Vintage cars lined 228th Street from Lougheed Highway to Dewdney Trunk Road and in the parking lot behind A&W. The hundreds of cars were at the fast food restaurant helping to raise money for the MS Society of Canada.
On Monday, A&W restaurants were still tallying up how much was brought in, but the company was hoping the number would surpass the $1.4 million raised across Canada at last year's event.
This is the fifth year that A&W organized Cruisin' for a Cause - the first year, $400,000 was raised and each year it has gone up.
At the 228th Street A&W, each teen burger sold netted $1 towards the MS Society; tickets were also being sold for a 50/50 draw.
Thursday night is the regular cruise-in night at A&W, but last week's event had a special twist.
Larry Payeur from Cultus Lake had brought his refurbished Jaguar E-Type to the Maple Ridge A&W for Thursday evening's special cruise-in.
His classic car, a 1971 model, was built in 1970 in Coventry, England, and it looks pretty much the same as when it rolled off the assembly line, Payeur said.
All the components are original but many have been refurbished and rebuilt, he said.
"Jaguars are known for being very smooth," Payeur added.
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