VINTAGE CAR CLUB of CANADA

OKANAGAN CHAPTER

2018  Events Page Five

Photos courtesy of  Ivan Lajeunesse, Bill Fleming, Jack Bergeron, Al Dalsvaag, Garet Tanner

OKANAGAN COLLEGE

AUTOMOTIVE DEPARTMENT

SHOW & SHINE

&

BBQ

An impressive line up!

A mixture of an old beauty, along with a couple of young guns . . .

. . . then all mixed in with a Classic from the 60's.

Now this is a really old one! The 'Runabout' that is!

 BBQ lunch was appreciated by our members and the Automotive students and staff!

The students found the mixture of cars interesting.

Need a shower?

The 'Model A' running board was a popular . . .

. . . spot to enjoy a perfect lunch!

What would an Okanagan Summer be without visting Grandkids!

Some 5.0 Ford Truck engines that the students strip down, reassemble, and dyno test!

A fun Summer Camp. The young ladies reassembled the Go Karts . . .

. . .  painted them, then raced them on a track set up in the parking lot!

Testing the JOB WELL DONE!

The WINNER BY A BIG MARGIN!

Al introduces President Jim, who then gave an . . .

. . .  informative look back at equipment not controlled by a computer!

Time to clean up and move to the outside car show.

Before the BBQ, the men figured out how to assemble the new canopy!

Now it's time to look the other vehicles over, and to interact with the students!

Ian's 1963 Plymouth - Valiant's Automatic transmission shift mechanism . . .

. . .  certainly caught the students' attention. .

Ian used his manual to answer a few of the students questions.

Bob explains his air cooled Corvair Motor.

What a great day, but, it's time to head on home!

ANNUAL CLASSIC CAR SHOW & BBQ

A very important item on a HOT DAY!

Harry receives his meal ticket from today's Mill Creek BH Club Organizer.

Everyone in the shade, except the . . . 

. . .  fellow working the hot grill!!!!! By the way, the hot dogs were exceptional.

This 'Little fellow' brought a smile to faces as he  . . . 

. . . danced to the wonderfull music by Roland!

Lunch is over, crowds have retreated indoors . . .

. . .  time to move on to part two of today's adventure!

We are in the R.C.M.P. parking lot, but maybe still best to lock the car, though.

I guess I better install my front plate . . . wouldn't want a ticket!

This was our 'Police Line-up", however, they sure don't look like bad girls.

A little colour as we head to the front door.

We all get a chuckle out of the Inspector's response to Al's introduction.

Some input from Inspector Moss, before we move out into the new building.

No one misbehaved, so we didn't see the inside!!! Actually, only authorized, unarmed personnel, are allowed past this door to the cells.

What a wonderful day!

The Mill Creek bunch really do appreciate our vehicles.

They do a fine job of feeding us, too - Giant Hot dogs, soda, chips and an icecream bar.

The trip to the New Kelowna Police Building was fun, too.

Thank You, Inspector Moss, for putting up with us!

Loved your new building.