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As with today’s 21st century shows, early exhibitions featured upcoming models, sentimental classics and cutting-edge technologies

Published by The Province

With the Vancouver International Auto Show celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2020, we’re looking back on its history with a four-part series leading up to the March 25-29 show. In part one today, we cover the years 1920 to 1945, a time of great upheaval and dramatic world events, and also an era when the automobile made the leap from rich man’s plaything to everyman’s conveyance. Read more.