Come June 17, classic cars will gather for the Father’s Day Rolling Sculpture Show and Shine in Canmore in Canada. For all those who are interested, like me, on the beautiful cars of yesteryears, the event is a good place to hangout on Father’s Day. Last year, it was reported that 54 vehicles of all types graced the event with their presence. This year, the organizers are expecting to host more of these vehicles which, to me, look even better than modern luxury cars like the Lexus with their Lexus cold air intakes and whatnot. According to the men behind the event, vehicles made before 1979 are welcome to the event no matter what body style they have been fashioned into. Motorcycles are also invited to attend the event for those who are in tuned to two-wheel driving.
Last year, the star of the event is a 1948 Monarch convertible. That particular car is only one of the six of its kind in Canada. Since these vehicles were released a long time ago, few literatures remain which means that restoring a vehicle from that time surely took a lot of time and effort. It’s not like you can just buy spare parts and accessories for the Monarch as easily as you can find EBC Redstuff brake pads.
With the promise of classic cars gathering at the event, I am willing to shell out money for a trip north off the border to witness the gathering of the cars I so adore. For those who are looking for a great gift for their father, a trip to the event would surely be appreciated. Not only will you be going to please your dad, you will also be helping a good cause. That is because the event raises funds for the Food for Learning charity institution.