Al and Marge Reynolds of Terrace show off their 1956 Chevy Delivery Sedan in the eighth annual Burns Lake Show and Shine July 14.

Terrace ‘cruizers’ host Riverboat Days car show and races

Classic car show and Valve Cover Races return for another year at early August event

THE SKEENA Valley Cruizers are set to hold their car show at Riverboat Days again this year.

Come out to see the variety of classic cars and trucks owned by the 62 members of the club from noon to 4 p.m. Aug. 3 at the sportsplex.

Again this year will be the Valve Cover Races, with the unofficial rules posted on the cruizers’ website.

The cruizers invite people out to join in their Wednesday Night Cruises, which meet at the A&W at 7 p.m. and drive at 7:30 p.m.

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