One car in particular, a 1967 Mustang, illustrates 360’s capacity to modify classic cars, with the vehicle boasting over 700 individual modifications, including engine and body modifications.
“The classics, well, they have an amazing history and design behind them, but today’s owners are looking for upscale options along with classic style,” said 360 Fabrication owner, Rick Francoeur.
Confirmed to participate are some of the best exotic, classic and muscle cars in Western Canada with Francoeur also looking to show off a custom “one-of-a-kind” 1970 Chevelle, which can achieve speeds of 0 to 60 mph in just 3.5 seconds.
The show is open to all who wish to display their collector, specialty, exotic or muscle cars.
Those interested in displaying their vehicle should call 360 Fabrication at (604) 859-3608 to register. Proceeds from the registration fee will go to support SHARE Family & Community Services Society.