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The popular Northwest Deuce Days returned to Victoria over the weekend, attracting classic car owners and lovers from North America and beyond.

The event, which has taken place in the city every three years since it began in 1998, was met with eager crowds of thousands of car enthusiasts.

On Thursday, July 14th, hundreds of guests and their hot rods loaded the Black Ball Ferry from Port Angeles, Washington as they made their way to Victoria’s Inner Harbour. 

On Friday, the community was welcomed with an evening public social at the Hotel Grand Pacific. 

On Saturday, hundreds of hot rods gathered on Dallas Road at Ross Bay before heading out on a cruise around town, allowing the public to come and take in the vintage cars. 

Finally, on Sunday, July 17th, Victoria’s Inner Harbour and Legislative Grounds hosted the Northwest Deuce Days main show.

If you missed the celebrations, or want to relive the fun, here are 21 captures from last weekend’s Deuce Days celebrations:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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