Dennis Gage (left) host of the TV show My Classic Car was in Penticton to film during the Peach City Beach Cruise. Photo courtesy of Donna Dulewich

Video: Peach City Beach Cruise in Penticton on TV

The episode of My Classic Car that was filmed at the Peach City Beach Cruise aired recently

The episode of My Classic Car that was filmed at the Peach City Beach Cruise in June aired recently.

Host Dennis Gage, filmed at the event speaking with Peach City Beach Cruise event organizer Wayne Wood about the region and the car show.

Gage also interviewed Glenn Scott, owner of a rare 1946 Chrysler Town & Country, Bob Bentham — owner of a 1967 Buick GS 400, Diane Gerry — owner of a 1948 Chevy Cab Over Custom, Gordon Campbell — owner of a 1952 Chevy Club Coupe and Matthew Hilla — owner of a 1972 Chevy Monte Carlo.

My Classic Car is featured on MAVTV reaching over 100 million households.

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