Krankin’ Vintage celebrates 7th anniversary

Enthusiasts from Keremeos, Langley, Princeton and the Okanagan brought their treasures to the annual celebration.

John Draper says he’s “gotta be different!” — which is why he chose the colour

John Draper says he’s “gotta be different!” — which is why he chose the colour

Vehicles which included a‘39 Chevy GMC, ‘63 Nova, ‘28 Chrysler, ‘36 Ford Coupe,  and a ‘48 Anglia were among the classic cars and trucks on display during the 7th annual Krankin’ Vintage Car Show held Saturday, May 31.

Enthusiasts from Keremeos, Langley, Princeton and the Okanagan brought their treasures to show in support of  the Krankin’ Vintage celebration.

Attendees of the annual car show, as well as tourists passing by, were welcome to take photos of the classics and enjoy the free barbecue lunch provided by the Krankin’.crew. Owners of the vehicles were most happy to answer questions about their objects of pride and joy.

The perusal of black and white photo’s of classics  as well as story comparison, was part of the days celebrations as well.

Randy Folk, owner/operator of the company said he “loves to show off the cars and enjoys the good group of people who come out to support Krankin’.”

The crew at Krankin’ are looking forward to their next annual event –Bikes and Barbecue which will take place on Saturday, July 5.