This 1952 Chevy belonging to Revive ‘em & Drive ‘em organizer Troy Derrick is one of many pre-1970 vehicles that will be part of the event at the Pacific Inn on Saturday.

Vintage car show

Pacific Inn hosts second annual Revive 'em and Drive 'em

The second annual Revive ’em and Drive ’em returns to the Pacific Inn in South Surrey Saturday.

Getting underway at noon on June 1, the “greaser and rockabilly extravaganza” features a show of revived fixer-uppers, odd-ball makes and rusty field finds, along with a pin-up pageant, live music, vendors and more.

Presented by the Blacktop Bombers car and motorcycle club and Cherrybomb Photography, it’s described as a “back-to-the-basics, traditionalist car show and evening” for like-minded promoters, vendors and participants.

Last year, more than 130 enthusiasts got involved. This year, organizers are collaborating with such businesses and organizations as Tapestry Music, Craftsman Tattoo (Craftsman’s Clint Danroth designed this year’s event T-shirt), Peninsula Cycles and Semiahmoo First Nation.

Classic-car registration is restricted to pre-1970, with limited billet or modern parts. Motorcycle registration is more lenient.

Admission is $5 ($10 after 8 p.m.). Vehicle registration is $20 if received by May 28; otherwise, $25.

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