Upwards of 400 vehicles are expected at Sunday's show

With more than 18 different vehicle classes the 15th annual Quilt Walk and Car Show has a little bit of everything for car lovers of all ages.

Last year there was 400 vehicles on display and organizers expect more of the same.

Pre-registration is not required, but the first 150 cars will receive a gift bag full of swag from Ladner merchants and sponsors.

Open to all classic cars, truck and motorcycles, the second largest car show in the province sprawls out throughout the historic Ladner Village giving spectators a chance to enjoy numerous activities throughout town including restaurants, shopping, retro street vendors, food trucks, live music and the 40s & 50s fashion show.
There are entries coming from across the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley including Delta, Richmond, Surrey, Langley, Aldergrove, Pitt Meadows and Chilliwack.

The car show will also welcome participants from Kamloops, Vancouver Island and a few from Washington State.

Prizes and awards will be handed out in 21 categories with judges joining the event from both the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island. The Best in Show will be judged from Vancouver Island judges.

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