WATCH: Hot rods flock to Victoria for Northwest Deuce Days

The four-day Northwest Deuce Days festival wrapped up in Victoria’s Inner Harbour on Sunday. (Photos by Jessica Williamson/News Staff)
The four-day Northwest Deuce Days festival wrapped up in Victoria’s Inner Harbour on Sunday. (Photos by Jessica Williamson/News Staff)
The four-day Northwest Deuce Days festival wrapped up in Victoria’s Inner Harbour on Sunday. (Photos by Jessica Williamson/News Staff)
The four-day Northwest Deuce Days festival wrapped up in Victoria’s Inner Harbour on Sunday. (Photos by Jessica Williamson/News Staff)
The four-day Northwest Deuce Days festival wrapped up in Victoria’s Inner Harbour on Sunday. (Photos by Jessica Williamson/News Staff)
The four-day Northwest Deuce Days festival wrapped up in Victoria’s Inner Harbour on Sunday. (Photos by Jessica Williamson/News Staff)
The four-day Northwest Deuce Days festival wrapped up in Victoria’s Inner Harbour on Sunday. (Photos by Jessica Williamson/News Staff)

An arrival ceremony kicked off the Northwest Deuce Days Thursday afternoon with crowds gathering along downtown Victoria streets.

READ MORE: 1,400 classic cars roll into Victoria for Deuce Days

The four-day festival – which takes place every three years – highlights classic hot rods, with a special emphasis on cars built in 1932, known affectionately as deuces.

Nearly 1,400 classic cars gathered in Greater Victoria over the weekend for a number of events taking them around the region, including the popular Poker Run and parade in Langford on Saturday.

READ MORE: Victoria car show’s ferry event a highlight for arriving hot-rodders

The fun finished on Sunday with cars on display around Victoria’s Inner Harbour, attracting crowds of all ages to enjoy the hot rods.

READ MORE: ‘In this car, I’m 18’: Eighty-year-old eager for upcoming Northwest Deuce Days


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