Classics prep for big show

Friday, October 26, 2018

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Ahead of their major show on November 11, the Jamaica Classic Car Club (JCCC) headed out to Sovereign Village, Portmore, St Catherine, on October 21, Sunday, to drum up interest in the event.

“When it was all said and done, we had 28 cars,” Shane Angus, president — JCCC, revealed.

The mini show had a diverse mix of cars. From classic sedans to muscle cars; from Japanese to European sports cars. This held the attention of the passers-by who soaked up the nostalgia or were intrigued by the immaculate condition of many of the vehicles.

Previously the club made the trek to Dover Raceway, St Ann on October 15 to participate in a parade lap of classics as well.

“The important thing for us was that there were younger members who brought out their classics,” Angus said.

Angus promises that the upcoming JCCC show, which takes on the grounds of Hope Gardens, St Andrew, will have an even more distinctive edge to it.

“It will be different than our usual club drive out and link up. The plan is for members to bring out many of the rare and unique cars that haven't been seen in a while,” he explained.


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