Photos: Fourth annual show and shine

Cars lined the driving range at Meadowlands Golf Course on July 21 for the fourth annual Accelerated Revolution Show and Shine.

This year, the show and shine had a number of participants from across Central Alberta. The goal of the car show was to raise money for Edmonton’s children’s hospital.

Along with the many different makes and models of cars at the show, the show and shine also had a few auto service vendors, face painting for the kids, music to get the guests hyped and food vendors.

All proceeds collected from the show were donated to the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation. There was around 500 cars registered for this year’s show, despite the small rain showers that passed over during the day.

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Raring to go at the Show and Shine.

This balck and white Camero is super sleek.

A Chevy Cobalt SS.

A super clean white Chevy SS.

Green and angry at the Show and Shine.

All spiff and ready to go.

Gentlemen, start your engines.

Ready to rumble at the Show and Shine.

Nothing’s too big for the monster truck.

Zoom zoom.

2002 Mitsubishi Eclipse Gt.

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