The Eastern Townships Vintage Automobile Club (ETVAC) is holding its 35th annual antique car show this coming Sunday in North Hatley. “It’s a show and shine day,” said Don Watson, President of the club, explaining that while the general public is encouraged to come out and see the cars on display, all car owners are also welcome to come and put their vehicle on display provided that it fits into that definition of “vintage” in some way, regardless of whether they are a club member or not. “Usually we have around 90 cars, so it’s a fair sized show, and people come from basically all over the townships,” he added. Asked if there are any specific criteria to what makes a car worth showing, the President said that the ETVAC doesn’t have a hard and fast definition. “When you come out to a car show you’ve got some home-built cars, some restoration projects people have done, cars you don’t see on the roads anymore, all of that kind of thing,” he said. “If you have a hot rod or a vintage car or a specialty car that people like to see we bring it out and show it off.” See full story in the Friday, May 31 edition of The Record.