The EuroYEG car society took over the CN Station parking lot with dozens of European crafted cars for EuroFest.
 
In a first for the club, EuroYEG brought their mostly German goodness from all over Alberta to the Fort on Sunday (September 17).
 
There were a few members from Fort Saskatchewan in attendance with vehicles that were built as "sleepers" to cars sporting crazy paint jobs and atypical exhaust setups.
 
"We like to trick them out and do up the motors, nice wheels, air ride suspension, that kind of thing," expanded EuroYEG member Aaron Hannah.
 
The show was dominated by Volkswagen but a few BMW and Mercedes-Benz enthusiasts represented their favourite brands too.
 
"It's more of a passion than anything," explained Hannah. "It's a hobby but it's kind of a lifestyle."
 
For EuroFest in the Fort, it drew a good number of Euro-spec enthusiasts with impromptu cruises around the city in the afternoon.
 
18092017euroyegshowEuroFest, hosted by EuroYEG, drew mostly Volkswagen cars but the odd Volvo attended too!

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