SPECTACULAR SHOW AND SHINE: John Pascoe and his four-year-old son Drake were two of an estimated 20

Record crowds attend Show and Shine in Qualicum Beach

The 22nd annual Father's Day event attracted an estimated 20,000 people to see about 600 cars on display

The sun was shining almost as brightly as the cars.

An estimated 20,000 people jammed the streets of downtown Qualiucm Beach on Sunday for the 22nd annual Seaside Cruizers Father’s Day Show and Shine.

While the cars are undoubtedly the stars of the show, it’s great people watching too.

Food vendors were busy, along with the 100-plus volunteers it takes to run such a big event. For more photos, see Page A5 inside today’s edition of The NEWS or visit our Facebook page, www.facebook.com/PQBNews.

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