Houston Super Chevy Show concludes in style
BAYTOWN, Texas (Sept. 12) – The first Super Chevy Show at Houston Raceway Park in five years came to a glorious finish Sunday.
The Houston Super Chevy Show presented by O’Reilly Auto Parts and Ron Craft Chevrolet, which was highlighted by a tour-best 230 cars taking part in the Chevy Street Cruise on Saturday, featured another car show on Sunday, as well as crowning winners in four sportsman drag racing classes and four victors in the Autocross event.
Here’s a brief rundown on Sunday’s activities:
CAR SHOW REPORT: Charles Youngblood, of Spring, Texas, and CJ Beaux, of Lafayette, La., led a list of 140 winners in Sunday’s Show. Youngblood took hom the Award of Excellence for his 1955 Chevy, with Beaux winning the Best of Show Award for his 1966 Nova.Other winners included Dave Walker, of Denham Springs, La, who won Gold Class Modified with his 1940 Willys Coupe; Ron Schindler, of Houston, who won Conversion 1949 & Newer with a 1951 Mercury, and Boogie Eckert, of Beaumont, Texas, who Early Chevy 1935-Earlier ModIfed