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To celebrate their 30th year, WAMBO is offering up FREE registration for their annual Saturday car show.
“Just because WAMBO is turning 30 years, there will be no cost for entry this year,” said Matt Thomas, who has came back on board to be the car manager this year.
“Hopefully it is going to be a good day. We are expecting a lot of cars. We have over 100 pre-registered already. We usually get 80 to 100 the day of the show. So it is looking to be pretty good.”
The car portion of WAMBO gets rolling on Friday night with the Terry Glover Memorial Cruise.
“This year we are actually going to go back to the previous route that we had,” Thomas said.
“It is going to start at Canadian Tire and head down McNaughton Ave. to Dufferin and then out to Fairfield Park. Around the nursing home and then downtown James St. and then head over to Duke St. from Murray. Then go around the nursing home there and then back out to Murray St. and then Margaret Ave. Then head out Highway 78 to Dresden and back.”
The cruise on the Friday night will be leaving Canadian Tire at 7 p.m.
For the full route, click here.
Thomas said if anyone wants to put their car into the cruise on Friday or the show on Saturday, there is no age restrictions on any of it.
“Just show up with whatever you’ve got and display your vehicle.”
Thomas said there will be multiple awards given out once again as well.
“For the WAMBO classes they are going to be split up between the original and modified vehicles. They go anywhere from pre-1930 all the way up to 1989 and then there are some specialty awards on top of that like manager’s choice, chairman’s choice and some club awards and stuff like that.
Thomas added: “Any other vehicles 1990 and newer are going to be entered in the Icars class. The Icars class with have trophies that range from 1st to 5th.”
WAMBO 30 is taking place August 10, 11 & 12.
For more details, visit wambo.ca.
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