Well Boys and Girls, planning for the 2015 edition of the Annual Kaslo show and shine is well underway and with a bit of luck the amazing winter we had will turn into an amazing spring and Kaslo once again will have a great day weather wise. Last year we had just over 80 cars show up and we would like to see more this year, so if your looking for a cool show to kick off the season hop on over the pre-registration page HERE and fill out an online registration. (Note – Pre-registration is not a requirement, but it will speed up the process at the start of the day)
The Kaslo Show and Shine was started by a small group of dedicated car buffs as a feature in the 1997 May days celebrations held on the May long weekend every year. The inaugural event had approximately 15 vehicles on display and from that small beginning has been held every year since and has seen continuous growth to the point that in 2012 there were just under 100 registered cars covering the years from the 1930’s up to some exceedingly rare Mustangs from the 1960’s and 1970’s
Kaslo is a village of about 1000 people, situated about an hours drive North of Nelson BC on the West Shore of Kootenay Lake and nestled between the Purcell mountains to the East and the Selkirk range to the West. For a small community Kaslo has an unusually high number of interesting and unique vehicles both in the village and in the surrounding area and has counted among its residents one of only two original Shelby Cobras licensed in BC amongst other interesting vehicles.
Over the years the Show and Shine has began to attract cars from further afield and has seen cars from as far afield as Spokane, Vancouver BC and the Prairie Provinces of Canada.
If you are an old car or hot rod fan – or owner – you are encouraged to add Kaslo to your calendar of must see events. If you do decide to come please feel free to browse the pages of this web site to learn more about our show and shine and the community as a whole.
Thanks for taking the time to visit digitally and we look forward to seeing you and your cars physically.