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April 23, 2013

Car Show a roaring success

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Modified 1973-88 — Jerry and Kay Strickland, 1973 Dodge Dart, 1st; Brent Smith, 1978 Pontiac Trans Am, 2nd.
Muscle 1964-72 Original — Craig Robinson, 1971 Ford Mustang Boss 351, 1st; Tommy Duncan, 2nd.
Muscle 1964-72 Modified — Dow Workman, 1969 Chevy Chevelle, 1st; Carey Rouse, 1969 Camaro, 2nd.
Muscle Modern (1998 and up) Original — Charlotte Jacoby, 2010 Dodge Challenger SRT8, 1st; Linda Haire, 2005 Roush Ford Mustang, 2nd.
Muscle Modern (1998 and up) Modified — Wesley Edens, 2010 Dodge Challenger, 1st; Joe Jacoby, 2010 Dodge Challenger, 2nd.
Corvettes 1953-82 — Roy McCauley, 1960 Corvette, 1st; Wayne Brown, 1964 Corvette, 2nd.
Corvettes 1983-2013 — Melia Thomas, 2007 Corvette, 1st; Kevin Lowe, 2006 Corvette Coupe, 2nd.
Fast and Furious/Low Rider — Nathan Carver, 1980 Z80 ZX Nissan/Datson, 1st; Kristel and Brian Thomas, 2007 Honda Accord, 2nd.
Trucks Pre 1954 — Dennis Edwards, Studebaker, 1st; Gerald Patton, 1952 GMC, 2nd.
Trucks 1955-66 — Danny Holland, 1958 Chevy Apache, 1st; Ricky and Charley Smith, 1965 Ford, 2nd.
Trucks 1967-72 — Tom and Judy Isennock, 1968 Chevy Apache, 1st; Jerry Lowe, 1969 Chevy C-10, 2nd.
Trucks 1973 and up — Tony Hall, 1977 Bronco, 1st; Jerry Burch, 2001 Chevy Silverado, 2nd.
Modified Street Truck — Rodd Jenkins, 1993 Ford F150 Lightning, 1st; Jack Pirthe, 1993 Chevy Pick up, 2nd.
Trucks 4x4 1988 and up — David Allred, 1st; Chad Kimbro, 2nd.
Trucks Off Road 4x4 Crawlers — Matt Christian, 1st; Josh Gammill, 2nd.
Trucks Off Road 4x4 Trail — Robert Gains, 1st; Dalton Skinner, 2nd.
Trucks Ugliest 4x4 — Ronika Swinhart, 1st.
Motorcycles - Stock — Jason Pax, 2003 Harley Electra Glide, 1st.
Mororcycles - Custom — Paul Thomas, 2009 Harley Davidson Street Glyde, 1st.
Motorcycles - Trike — Chris Zimmerman, 2012 Harley Davidson, 1st.
Kids Car Show — Miley Shipman, 1st; Cole Adams, 2nd; Jake Adams, 3rd.
Kids Car Show - Motorcycle — Jenny Thompson, 1st; Adelina and Kole Pizana, 2nd.
Kids Car Show - Special Interest — Alaina Baldwin, 1st.

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