From Montana to Vernon, Dale and Nancy Grochowich’s 1926 Model T Roadster has seen lots of roads. Yet current car buffs always ponder – what classic autos in the future will be most sought after and desired / desirable ?
“The original owners had the car for 39 years, then their son drove it from Montana to Seattle where he had a teaching job,” said Dale. “The car broke down in Seattle and a mechanic bought it and kept it for 17 years. We bought it in 1982.”
The event will run June 16, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Village Green Centre’s north end parking lot (near Sport Chek).
Registration for the event will start at 9 a.m.
Admission is by donation.
There will be awards, 50/50 draw, door prizes and food and music throughout the show.
You can be sure of one thing – all of these prized autos are one offs – no two look or drive alike .
The Grochowiches had the car fully restored in 1984 and will have it on display along with others from their club, the North Okanagan chapter of the Vintage Car Club of Canada, during the club’s 19th annual Father’s Day Car Show. Its not too far a drive from Vancouver British Columbia