PHOTOS: Tenth annual Langford Show and Shine dazzles with car cruise

Cars from the ’60s up until present day cruised through Langford for the 10th annual Langford Show and Shine, which was modified to keep with social distancing recommendations amid the pandemic. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)
Cars from the ’60s up until present day cruised through Langford for the 10th annual Langford Show and Shine, which was modified to keep with social distancing recommendations amid the pandemic. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)
Cars from the ’60s up until present day cruised through Langford for the 10th annual Langford Show and Shine, which was modified to keep with social distancing recommendations amid the pandemic. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)
Cars from the ’60s up until present day cruised through Langford for the 10th annual Langford Show and Shine, which was modified to keep with social distancing recommendations amid the pandemic. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)
Cars from the ’60s up until present day cruised through Langford for the 10th annual Langford Show and Shine, which was modified to keep with social distancing recommendations amid the pandemic. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)
Cars from the ’60s up until present day cruised through Langford for the 10th annual Langford Show and Shine, which was modified to keep with social distancing recommendations amid the pandemic. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)
Cars from the ’60s up until present day cruised through Langford for the 10th annual Langford Show and Shine, which was modified to keep with social distancing recommendations amid the pandemic. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)

The sound of honks and beeps resounded through Langford streets as cars from as far back as the ’60s cruised along a parade route Sunday morning.

In its 10th year, the annual Langford Show and Shine was transformed into a car cruise where onlookers could get a glimpse of their favourite muscle and exotic cars from a distance.

The shine on most of the vehicles left passersby in awe as they circled the roundabout on Goldstream Avenue. The route continued back past Belmont High School, towards Leigh Road and then along Bear Mountain Parkway until Millstream Road.

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