Record number of cars roll in for Kars Under the K

This 1933 Ford 3 Window Coupe owned by Fred Kilby from Okanagan Falls won Best in Show. (Arlene Arlow-contributor)
Keremeos resident David King’s 1958 Chevy Impala won the Mayor’s Choice Award. (Arlene Arlow-contributor)
Ken Helm from Cawston won the People’s Choice Award for his 1918 Speedster. (Photo courtesy of Arlene Arlow)

More than 130 vintage vehicles were registered for the 18th annual Kars Under the K in Keremeos on Aug. 4.

But only three could take home the Best in Show, Mayor’s Choice and the People’s Choice awards.

READ MORE: Kars Under the K next Sunday in Keremeos to feature about 150 antique and vintage vehicles

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