Hi Duane, based on my interviews for this story and conversations with people who live there, more traditional classics are a lot more popular in the surrounding areas than in the city proper. Victoria, too, is a gold mine for classics of all stripes. There are lots of things hidden throughout the Island, as well, some of them rather off-beat. Thank you for reading!
Thank you, I'm glad you enjoyed the article. I'm not here to take any geopolitical position -- just to shed light on a car enclave that a lot of people don't realize is a world player. I understand that many of our readers don't care about high-dollar anything, but other readers do, or at least find a window into that world interesting. For my part, I think paying attention to all corners of the market is beneficial, even the high-end stuff. How people are interacting with it now has the potential to tell us about future trends that play out in the mainstream space.
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For those posters who can't find any old-school classics on the streets of Vancouver, come down to the All British Field Meet, held each May at Van Dusen Gardens. Lush setting and a wide assortment of British iron, from top end Jags to bread-and-butter family sedans, make this the best show of its kind in North America.
I will say this for the old-school forums... People actually write and therefore think. Contrast that to social media which is essentially political cartoons, likes and shares.