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Big turnout for annual Kelowna Car and Bike Show

The show was hosted at Rutland Lions Park

The Kelowna Car and Bike Show returned to Rutland for a second year with more than 100 vehicles on display.

The event was sponsored by OK Tire in Rutland. Spokesperson Justin Bullock said it was a fun and busy day.

“From foreign to motorbikes to customs and hot rods. Someone was telling me there are over 100 years of cars.”

The day included several vendors and food trucks in Rutland Lions Park as well.

Bullock said they saw more than 4,000 people come to check out the sweet rides between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. on June 4.

“The Okanagan has a large car community. I know from my personal shop… we get everything from your classics to your modern new stuff.”

Attendees had the chance to vote for their favourite in a few different categories including classic car, modified car, and foreign vehicle.

Kamloops Jason Tasko took the prize for best truck with his 1926 Chevrolet one-tonne truck.

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