Lac Pelletier was bustling over the weekend for the Show & Shine featuring classic cars and suped-up hobby vehicles, in conjunction with Lac Pelletier's farmer's market.

The car show ran from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Darlings Beach this past Saturday and drew in well over a hundred community members, lakegoers, and car enthusiasts.

Adrian Tinant, one of the Show & Shine organizers and owner of a grain truck from the 60s, noted that he enjoys attending every car show within a hundred miles.

"It came originally as a grain truck in 1967," he shared. "Then I took the grain box off, shortened the truck four feet, and put a regular half-ton box on it."

The greenish Chevrolet crew cab grain truck belonged to Tinant's father and currently holds an engine from a World War Two craft.

Among the vehicles on display were a Hellcat, a 1932 3 Window Coupe, a 1969 Coronet, a 1925 Model T C Cab, a couple of Camaros, and a few members from the local car group, Rogue Cruisers.

"I love doing it, I love cars," added Tinant, who was seen setting up for the Show & Shine as early as 9:30 a.m. 

Registration opened at 11 a.m. and was open to all vehicles, with the first 50 registrants earning a dash plaque.

The market included a wide array of meats from the Quarter Smokehouse, hand painted glassware, toys, bags, sunglasses and fresh produce, breads, and crafts from the local colony.

Anyone hoping to catch the Lac Pelletier market can stop by Darlings Beach, outside of Anchor Point, on Saturdays between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.