2016 All Pontiac Show and Shine
The time has come again for one of the most anticipated dates on almost any classic car collector’s calendar. For another year, Don Wheaton is very happy to host the Alberta Iron Indian’s Pontiac Club’s 2016 All Pontiac Show and Shine. The event will be taking place Saturday, Sept. 10. Owners can register their cars from 10 a.m. until noon. Presenters can show their cars from the time they are checked in until 4 p.m. Awards will be given out starting at 4 p.m. Starting today and running through the show and shine, a number of AIIPC members’ cars will be parked in the Don Wheaton showroom. The public is welcome to stop by and check them out.
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What is the Alberta Iron Indians Pontiac Club?
Formed at an auto show in 2010, the Alberta Iron Indians Pontiac Club celebrate the legacy of the history General Motors brand by enjoying and preserving classic Pontiac models, performing fundraisers and generally having fun with new friends while doing all of those things.
Proceeds from this year’s silent auction at the annual show and shine held in the Don Wheaton lot will go toward helping out the Edmonton Food Bank. The timing couldn’t be better since the food bank was taxed pretty hard this year helping people that fled to Edmonton to find relief from the wildfire in Fort McMurray.
What can I see at the AIIPC Show and Shine?
The array of Pontiac vehicles that will be on hand at the 2016 All Pontiac Show and Shine. Moving works of art from the gilded age of automotive design will be on hand as well as some of the most popular muscle cars from the late 1960s and 70s. There will truly be something for every automotive fan in the family.
Registration for participants is regularly $15, but with a donation of a non-perishable food item that can be knocked down to $10. Everyone at Don Wheaton is looking forward to seeing you at the show in a couple of weeks.