CAR NUT: Self-proclaimed “car nut” Oliver Rushton of Edmonton checking out a 1939 Chrysler Royal at the Ocean Idlers 20th annual Blast From the Past car show at the Coombs Fairgrounds on Saturday. For more photos from the show

‘Car Nut’ checks out vehicles at Coombs show and shine

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CAR NUT: Self-proclaimed “car nut” Oliver Rushton of Edmonton checking out a 1939 Chrysler Royal at the Ocean Idlers 20th annual Blast From the Past car show at the Coombs Fairgrounds on Saturday. For more photos from the show, visit our Facebook page, www.facebook.com/pqbnews.

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