Those from out of town, or those of you who don’t follow the local truck scene, might be wondering why I keep making reference to a show called ‘Vanfest‘.
Well, despite it’s name Vanfest isn’t just a refuge for ‘vanners’ who like heart shaped windows and velour interiors, it’s also a haven for minitruckers who enjoy a good party.
Dubbed as Canada’s largest custom truck event and, being a person who likes mini trucks (and the occasional refreshing beverage), Vanfest seems like an awesome time and every year I don’t attend I feel like I’ve missed out on something awesome.
One day I’m sure the stars will align and I will be able to make it out to Aylmer to take the show in first hand but until then I’ll just have to continue to live vicariously through the photos and videos of others.
Today’s coverage comes courtesy of Kristina Doyle who you might remember as the person behind the lens of the Taylor’d 57 feature.
Hearses, Trucks, and Vans
Might as well start this with the reason you are all here, to see sweet, sweet vans.
I’m a big first gen s-truck guy so forgive me if I selected a lot of them from Kristina’s coverage.
I’ve been saying it for 3 years now but maybe next year I can keep my schedule clear and head out to Aylmer…