Organizer Al Clark shows off his own deuce at an event announcing that Deuce Days will return to Victoria this July.

Deuce Days return to Victoria this summer

Deuce Days 2016 will see more than 1100 1932 Fords on Victoria streets.

Organizer Al Clark gave out details of the events planned for Deuce Days 2016 at a press conference today outside the Hotel Grand Pacific.

The premiere automobile event will see more 1100 vintage vehicles from around North America hit the streets of Victoria from July 21-24. It will be the world’s largest gathering of 1932 Fords.

Events will include poker runs to Langford, dinner and golf at Bear Mountain, lunch at Butchart gardens and a special barbecue for attendees.

Spectators will see the vehicles around the region but Sunday, July 24, will have the opportunity to see all the vehicles staged around Victoria’s Inner Harbour.

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