Folks checking out the Next Gen Car Club’s annual Season Closer show on Sunday afternoon in Tatawaw Park would have been hard-pressed to find many vehicles without a ton of horsepower and plenty of style to go with it.
Such is the case with a club that has quickly grown into an elite showcase for foreign and domestic vehicles and owners unafraid to put all sorts of work into making their cars look as good as they are fast.
Well over 100 cars, trucks and even motorcycles of all types took part in the show, which acts as a capper for a season of displays all over the province for the Next Gen Car Club.
Folks were also treated to plenty of food and entertainment on site, with one of the highlights being the series of events in the late afternoon -- including a two-step battle, the always-interesting limbo competition for the lowest cars imaginable and a heart-and-teeth-rattling bass competition that always draws plenty of cheers.
The event also had a charitable component, with patrons bringing non-perishable food items for the Moose Jaw and District Food Bank.
Here’s a sampling of just some of the sites in Tatawaw Park on Sunday afternoon!