WEATHERFORD DOMINATES AT WEATHER-PLAGUED SUPER CHEVY SHOW AT ROCKINGHAM DRAGWAY

October 22, 2013 by  
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ROCKINGHAM, N.C. – Veteran Randy Weatherford of Danville, Va., overcame weather, the apparent sabotage of the track’s timing system and Carmel, N.Y., rival Chris Rini Sunday to win the Extreme Outlaw Pro Modified title at the annual Super Chevy Show Presented by Chevrolet Performance at Steve Earwood’s Rockingham Dragway.

Randy Weatherford

Randy Weatherford

Weatherford, second in EOPM points entering the event, left as the leader after reigning series champ and No. 4 qualifier Danny “the Sheriff” Perry of Sims, N.C., was upset in the second round by Ed Burnley.

With Perry’s late model Chevy on the sidelines, Weatherford won a final round duel between the No. 1 and No. 2 qualifiers, getting past Rini in 3.825 seconds. Weatherford qualified No. 1 at 3.829 seconds and was quickest in every round at 3.826, 3.835, a best-of-the-event 3.819 to turn back Burnely and, finally, 3.825.

Chris Rini and Danny Perry

Chris Rini and Danny Perry

Rain that began early Saturday morning, coupled with the aforementioned timing system issues, forced Earwood to condense the two-day program that also included bracket racing, vendor displays, swap meet and car-and-truck show.

“Very disappointing,” said the track owner. “This is always one of our most popular events but the rain started at 5 a.m. Saturday and that pretty much killed the crowd. Then, when we got to the track, it was apparent that on Friday night some disturbed individual had made a mess of the timing equipment.

“Thank heaven for Van Billingsley (owner of Electronic Services Company) who was able to patch together something that would get us through the weekend. I have no idea as to the ‘who’ or the ‘why,’” Earwood said, “but I’m posting a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and successful prosecution of whomever was responsible.

Derrik Sholar

Derrik Sholar

Other race winners were Derik Sholar of Holly Ridge, N.C., in Top Eliminator, Daniel Leggett of Lumberton, N.C., in Footbrake, Logan Brown of Bishopville, S.C., in Pro Junior Dragster, Jeff Brady of Hayes, Va., in the CamaroGuys.com Gen 5 Shootout and Jerry Cline of Mooresville, N.C., in DOT Tire.

Off the track, the 1962 Chevy Bel Air of Troutman’s Billy Moose was named “Best of Show” in judging by the members of the Southeastern GM Toyz Club.

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ROCKINGHAM, N.C. – Racing results from the annual Super Chevy Show Presented By Chevrolet Performance at Rockingham Dragway:

OUTLAW EXTREME PRO MOD
Qualifying – 1. Randy Weatherford, Danville, Va., 1969 Chevrolet Camaro, 3.829, 195.19 mph; 2. Chris Rini, Carmel, N.Y., 1969 Chevrolet Camaro, 3.857, 190.78 mph; 3. Dewayne Silance, Jacksonville, N.C., 1968 Chevrolet Camaro, 3.894, 192.82 mph; 4. Danny Perry, Sims, N.C., 2011 Chevrolet Camaro, 3.930, 191.46 mph; 5. Ed Burnley, Pasadena, Md., 1967 Chevrolet Camaro, 4.113, 181.28 mph; 6. Bubba Turner, Burlington, N.C., 1968 Pontiac Firebird, 4.133, 172.81 mph; 7. Jay Cox, Smithfield, N.C., 1954 Studebaker, 4.187, 169.51 mph; 8. Justin Wall, Elm City, N.C., 4.230, 169.08 mph.

Round 1 – Jeff Blasi, Clayton, N.C., 1963 Chevrolet Corvette, 4.138, 178.99 mph, def. Justin Wall, Elm City, N.C., 4.319 163.71 mph; Jay Cox, Smithfield, N.C., 4.188, 170.43 mph, def. Dave Leonardo, Stedmon, N.C. 9.608, 52.56 mph; Bubba Turner, Burlington, N.C., 1968 Pontiac Firebird, 4.130, 176.93 mph, def. Greg Godwin, Walterboro, S.C., 1963 Chevrolet Corvette, 6.611, 69.20 mph; Ed Burnley, Pasadena, Md., 1967 Chevrolet Camaro, 5.090, 100.00 mph, def. Bob Smith, Seven Springs, N.C., 1968 Chevrolet Camaro, no time; Danny Perry, Sims, N.C., 1969 Chevrolet Camaro, 4.067, 184.65 mph, def. James Linton Jr., Goose Creek, S.C., 1970 Plymouth Duster, 4.626, 119.71 mph; Dewayne Silance, Jacksonville, N.C., 1969 Chevrolet Camaro, 3.898, 192.93 mph, def. Charles Terrell, Kinston, N.C., 5.320, 94.08 mph; Chris Rini, Carmel, N.Y., 1969 Chevrolet Camaro, 3.843, 192.38 mph, def. Ed Hoover, Gilbert, S.C., 1968 Chevrolet Camaro, no time; Randy Weatherford, Danville, Va., 1969 Chevrolet Camaro, 3.826, 195.56 mph, def. Wayne Hawkins, Rock Hill, S.C., 2002 Chevrolet Camaro, 4.270, 168.30 mph.
Round 2 – Burnley, 3.973, 186.41 mph, def. Perry, 4.097, 188.65 mph; Silance, 3.916, 192.11 mph, def. Turner, 5.339, 86.10 mph; Rini, 3.846, 192.60 mph, def. Cox, 4.187, 170.13 mph; Weatherford, 3.835, 192.60 mph, def. Blasi, no time.
Semifinals – Rini, 3.856, 192.14 mph, def. Silance, 4.817, 107.31 mph; Weatherford, 3.819, 195.82 mph, def. Burnley, 4.194, 170.86 mph.
FINAL – Randy Weatherford, Danville, Va., 1969 Chevrolet Camaro, 3.825, 195.93 mph, def. Chris Rini, Carmel, N.Y., 1969 Chevrolet Camaro, 4.068, 185.00 mph.

DRIVE DURACELL.COM TOP ELIMINATOR
Round 6 – Derrik Sholar, Holly Ridge, N.C., 6.454 on a 6.420, 102.95 mph, def. Harold Smith, Roseboro, N.C., 6.693 on a 6.680, 101.75 mph; Willie Lytch, Southern Pines, N.C., 1967 Camaro, 6.242 on a 6.230, 110.47 mph, def. Wesley Blackmon, Whiteville, N.C., foul; Lee Desist, Fayetteville, N.C., 6.145 on a 6.140, 110.61 mph, def. Jonathan King, Angier, N.C., 5.995 on a 5.990, 112.48 mph; Travis Rollins, Spartanburg, S.C., 1967 Chevrolet Camaro, 5.667 on a 5.640, 120.78 mph, def. Unknown #272, 6.017 on a 5.980, 113.49 mph; Marty Nicholson, Kershaw, S.C., 5.979 on a 5.970, 111.73 mph, def. Tommy Strickland, Clinton, N.C., 5.043 on a 5.000, 126.77 mph; Chad Duke, Wilmington, N.C., 1968 Chevrolet Camaro, bye.
Round 7 – Sholar, 6.443 on a 6.420, 104.03 mph, def. Duke, 5.965 on a 5.890, 115.63 mph; Rollins 5.641 0n a 5.660, 119.84 mph, def. Nicholson, 5.950 breakout on a 5.980, 114.84 mph; Desist, 6.134 on a 6.140, 110.93 mph, def. Lytch, foul.
Semifinals – Sholar, 6.353 on a 6.420, 107.00 mph, def. Rollins, foul; Desist, bye.
FINAL – Derrik Sholar, Holly Ridge, N.C., 6.379 on a 6.370, 104.51 mph, def. Lee Desist, Fayetteville, N.C., 6.127 breakout on a 6.130, 110.07 mph.

FOOTBRAKE
Round 6 – Daniel Leggett, Lumberton, N.C., 1969 Chevelle, 6.922 on a 6.900, 97.24 mph, def. Buddy Pyler, Pageland, S.C., 1971 Chevy Nova, 6.285 breakout on a 6.320, 107.87 mph; Kevin Blevins, Jefferson, S.C., 7.070 on a 6.300, 87.62 mph, def. Gary Cline, Statesville, N.C., 1974 Chevrolet Camaro, foul; Kevin Riner, Autryville, N.C., 1972 Chevy Nova, 6.808 on a 6.670, 85.89 mph, def. Tim Sloan, Sanford, N.C., 1982 Chevrolet Camaro, 7.671 on a 6.210, 69.52 mph.
Semifinals – Leggett, 6.673 on a 6.670, 101.57 mph, def. Blevins, 6.269 breakout on a 6.300, 103.25 mph; Riner, bye.
FINAL – Daniel Leggett, Lumberton, N.C., 1969 Chevy Chevelle, 6.918 on a 6.910, 97.59 mph, def. Kevin Riner, Autryville, N.C., 1972 Chevy Nova, 6.668 breakout on a 6.670, 98.53 mph.

PRO JUNIOR DRAGSTER
Round 4 – Logan Brown, Bishopville, S.C., 7.953 on a 7.900, 83.53 mph, def. Patrick Weatherford, Danville, Va., 7.887 breakout on a 7.900, 81.72 mph; Chase Wagner, Willow Spring, N.C., 7.928 on a 7.900, 82.50 mph, def. Rayce Blackmon, Whiteville, N.C., foul; Robert Vogler III, Lewisville, N.C., bye.
Semifinals – Vogler, 7.949 on a 7.900, 78.78 mph, def. Wagner, 7.969 on a 7.920, 81.98 mph; Brown, bye.
FINAL – Logan Brown, Bishopville, S.C., 7.936 on a 7.900, 85.53 mph, def. Robert Vogler III, Lewisville, N.C., 7.898 breakout on a 7.900, 79.74 mph.

CAMAROGUYS.COM GEN 5 CHALLENGE
FINAL – Jeff Brady, Hayes Va., 11.939 on an 11.800, 117.88 mph, def. Tom Johnson, Newport News, Va., foul.

DOT ET
Round 4 – Jerry Cline, Mooresville, N.C., 1969 Chevrolet Camaro, 12.265 on a 12.160, 109.33 mph, def. Brenda Taylor, Raleigh,N.C., foul; Unknown #6602, 12.418 on a 12.350, 107.87 mph, def. Donald Daniels, Godwin, N.C., 11.322 on an 11.300, 118.16 mph; Justin West, Dunn, N.C., 12.515 on a 12.520, 103.33 mph, def. Unknown #1687, 11.429 breakout on an 11.450, 111.99 mph; Ted Carter, Ellerbe, N.C., bye.
Semifinals – West, 12.542 on a 12.510, 97.12 mph, def. Unknown #6602, 12.433 on a 12.350, 110.28 mph; Cline, 12.274 on a 12.200, 109.04 mph, def. Carter, 11.017 breakout on an 11.060, 120.46 mph.
FINAL – Jerry Cline, Mooresville, N.C., 1969 Chevrolet Camaro, 12.283 on a 12.250, 109.58 mph, def. Justin West, Dunn, N.C., 12.468 breakout on a 12.490, 103.70 mph.

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ROCKINGHAM, N.C. – Results from car and truck show judging at the annual Super Chevy Series Show at Steve Earwood’s Rockingham Dragway:

Best of Show – Billy Moose, Troutman, N.C., 1962 Bel Air.
Best Big Car – Ray Bleau, Fort Mills, S.C., 1960 Chevrolet Brookwood.
Best Camaro – Larry Washichek, NA, 1969 Camaro.
Best Chevelle – Chris Collins, Trinity, N.C., 1965 Chevelle convertible.
Best Corvette – Colbert Carter, Waldorf, Md., 2002 Corvette.
Best Conversion – Craig Kleberg, Pittsboro, N.C., 2001 Pontiac Trans Am.
Best Open – Ronald Geehring, Monroe, N.C., 1975 Monza Town Coupe.
Best Early Chevrolet – George Keel, Spotsylvania, Va., 1934 coupe.
Best El Camino – Butch Watson, Rockingham, N.C., 1986 El Camino.
Best 55-56-57 – Frank Brewer, Winston-Salem, N.C., 1957 2-10 hardtop.
Best Monte Carlo – Michael and Ann Boyte, Summerfield, N.C., 1972 Monte Carlo.
Best Nova – Bobby Murphy, Richland, N.C., 1967 Nova SS.
Best Pro Street/Engineered – Gray Shue, Albemarle, N.C., 1958 Del Ray.
Best Truck – Tyler, Maness, Robbins, N.C., 1952 pickup.
Best Stock – Junior Shifflett, Dyke, Va., 1969 Camaro Z/28.
Best Street – Eddie Sells, Apex, N.C., 1969 Camaro.
Best Modified – Billy Moose, Troutman, N.C., 1962 Bel Air.

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ALL CHEVYS, ALL-THE-TIME AT ROCKINGHAM’S SUPER CHEVY SHOW

October 4, 2013 by  
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ROCKINGHAM, N.C. – Some of the world’s most exotic Chevrolets including vintage Corvairs and Impalas, tricked-out S-10 pick-ups and erratic Pro Modified Camaros and Corvettes converge on Rockingham Dragway Oct. 18-20 for the largest celebration of all things bow-tie, the annual Super Chevy Show, presented by Chevrolet Performance.

The world’s largest Chevy-specific event will include the Racing Junk.com swap meet, vendor midway, two full days of the FOAT (Fastest Of All Time) car and truck show, bracket racing in three different categories, exhibition runs by Tom Richey and the world’s fastest Chevy Astro van and a full complement of Extreme Pro Modifieds battling for bragging rights in the Beal Racing Engines Pro Mod Shootout.

“The Super Chevy Show has always been one of my favorites because you never quite know what to expect,” Earwood said.  “People love their Chevys but sometimes it’s hard to understand why they do what the do to them.  But it doesn’t make any difference; it’s always a good time.”

Tommy BrumleyThe Rock version of the popular international series will feature the Extreme Outlaw Pro Modifieds including the early model Camaros of Danny “the Sheriff” Perry from Sims, N.C., Dewayne “Hogfarmer” Silance of Jacksonville, N.C., and veteran Chris Rini of Carmel N.Y.

Perry, the 2012 EOPM Series champion and the current points leader, is hoping to become the “new Sheriff” at the Rock following the retirement of last year’s winner, veteran Ed Hoover of Gilbert, S.C.

Among the others expected to vie for the Pro Mod title are Greg Godwin of Walterboro, S.C., in his 1963 Corvette and Doug Winters of Kernersville, N.C., in his always popular 1957 Chevy Bel Air.

In addition to the Pro Mod action, former Rockingham Dragway track champion and IHRA national series winner Chip Johnson of Fayetteville, N.C., will try to repeat as the Top Eliminator champion in the bracket racing portion of the event at the controls of his venerable 1968 Camaro.

Top Eliminator, Footbrake and Jr. Dragster champions will be crowned on both Saturday and Sunday with a winner also crowned Sunday in a special DOT Street Tire event.  Sunday’s DriveDuracell.com Top Eliminator race will pay a $3,000 top prize.

New this year in the car show competition will be Top 10 awards in a special daily driver class for “working cars and trucks.” Super Chevy Pro Mod Andy Beal

Spectator admission is $20 per day or $35 for a weekend pass that also includes Friday’s test-and-tune session.  Children 6-12 are $5 daily; under 6 free with a ticketed adult.  As always, spectator parking is free in Rockingham’s main lot.

Gates open Saturday at 9 a.m. with car show judging for the Editor’s Choice Awards at 10:30 a.m., Extreme Outlaw Pro Mod qualifying at 12 noon, 2 p.m. and 5 p.m., ET eliminations at 1 p.m. and Car Show Awards presentations at 4 p.m. Sunday’s program starts with first round eliminations in the bracket classes at 10 a.m. followed by “last chance” Pro Mod qualifying at 11 a.m. and first round of the Beal Racing Engines Pro Mod Shootout at 12:30 p.m.

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Royal Purple Raceway – Super Chevy Show Results

September 30, 2013 by  
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ROYAL PURPLE RACEWAY – SUPER CHEVY SHOW RESULTS

 

EDITORS TOP 10 CAR SHOW

Daniel Marks, 1971 Monte Carlo

Danny Licatino, 1965 Impala

Vincent Pilney 1973 Camaro

Wayne Williams, 1968 Camaro

Kevin McElroy, 1966 El Camino

Randy Blackwell, 1961 Corvette

Anna Kidder, 1975 Nova

Kevin Bellard, 1969 Chevelle

Kenny Frederic, 1957 C10

Joseph Mouton, 1955 Bel Air

 

EDITORS TOP 10 RACE CARS

Billy Talbot, 1969 Camaro

Jim Parchman, 1965 Chevelle

Mike Shishkoff, 1967 Camaro

Dewayne League, 1985 S10

James Fruge, 1981 Camaro

Gene Fontenot, 1976 Luv

Brad Bloomer, 1969 Nova

Earl Thrift, 1955 Bel Air

Tom Hard, 1969 Camaro

Mitchell Lawrence, 1955 Bel Air

 

SATURDAY RACE RESULTS RT DI ET  MPH
DRIVE DURACELL.COM BRACKET 1
WINNER: Brian Holloway 0.07 10.79 10.958 116.78
RUNNER UP: Mitchell Lawrence 0.019 9.63 12.9 63.26
BRACKET 2
WINNER: Brian Gallagher 0.095 9.77 9.725 137.16
RUNNER UP: Terry Frederich -0.063 12.43 12.737 106.65
DOT
WINNER: Matthew Legg 0.130 12.37 12.351 122.6
RUNNER UP: Laurie Vontur -0.007 10.49 10.538 127.5
SPORTSMAN JR. DRAGSTER
WINNER: Blaine Hightower 0.07 8.95 8.988 74.61
RUNNER UP: Dalton Lummus -0.003 8.93 8.947 72.83
ADVANCED JR. DRAGSTER
WINNER: Brianna Maittland 0.036 7.95 9.942 81.33
RUNNER UP: Cory Tankersley 0.03 7.97 7.949 82.89
OUTLAW FUEL ALTERED
WINNER: Howard Farris 0.172 3.721 191.73
RUNNER UP: Mary Reep NO INFO

 

 

JUDGED CAR SHOW RESULTS

 

BIG CAR 1958-89

STOCK

WINNER: Joe Ybarra, 1958 Impala

OUTSTANDING: Dennis Kuyrkendall, 1961 Impala

 

STREET

WINNER: Danny Lucatino, 1965 Impala

 

MODIFIED

WINNER: Chuck Gibson, 1965 Impala

 

 

BIG CAR 1990 & NEWER

MODIFIED

WINNER: Sal Escamilla IV, 1996 Impala

 

 

CHEVELLE 1964-67

STOCK

WINNER: Keith Palmer, 1996 Chevelle

 

STREET

WINNER: Ron Elliott, 1967 Chevelle

OUTSTANDING: Fred Martinez, 1964 Chevelle SS

 

 

CHEVELLE 1968 & NEWER

STREET

WINNER: Kevin Lesure, 1969 Chevelle

OUTSTANDING: Rudy Ortiz, 1969 Chevelle

 

 

EL CAMINO

STOCK

WINNER: Scott Mathews, 1997 El Camino

 

STREET

WINNER: Greg Walley, 1968 El Camino

OUTSTANDING: Andrew Thamm, 1980 El Camino

 

MODIFIED

WINNER: Robert Davis, 1986 El Camino

OUTSTANDING: Kevin McElroy, 1966 El Camino

 

 

CONVERSION

WINNER: Jim Tegge, 1923 Ford T-Bucket

OUTSTANDING: Kenneth Gibbs, 1931 Ford Coupe

 

 

OPEN

WINNER: Jim Watkins, 1963 Corvair

 

 

MONTE CARLO

STOCK

WINNER: Valentin Coronado, 1987 Monte Carlo SS

OUTSTANDING: Matt Shloemer, 1987 Monte Carlo

 

MODIFIED

WINNER: Daniel Marks, 1971 Monte Carlo

 

 

55 – 56 – 57

STOCK

WINNER: Wyatt Striplins, 1957 Bel Air Convertible

 

STREET

WINNER: Wayne Hicks, 1955 Bel Air

OUTSTANDING: Jim Marken, 1957 210

 

MODIFIED

WINNER: Lewis & Loretta Trevino, 1955 Bel Air

OUTSTANDING: Wayne Purser, 1955 2 Door

 

 

NOVA

STOCK

WINNER: Anna Kidder, 1975 Nova

 

STREET

WINNER: Mike Kelley, 1965 Nova SS

 

 

RAT ROD

WINNER: Juan Valdez, 1969 C10

 

 

PRO STREET

WINNER: David McGinn, 1977 C10

OUTSTANDING: Hedrick Horton, 1955 2 Door

 

 

PRO ENGINEERED

WINNER: Jordin Dewald, 1937 Pickup

 

 

SSR

WINNER: Vincent Lewis, 2006 SSR

 

 

EARLY CHEVY

WINNER: Michael Riley, 1933 Sedan

OUTSTANDING: Brian Buchanan, 1930 Landau

 

 

TRUCK 1949-72

STOCK

WINNER: Bob Flandues, 1972 Pickup

OUTSTANDING: Sam Henry, 1971 C30 Pickup

 

STREET

WINNER: Michael Becker, 1955 3100 Pickup

OUTSTANDING: Ellard Lambert, 1967 C10

 

MODIFIED

WINNER: Wayne Terry, 1967 C10

OUTSTANDING: Curt McIntyre, 1972 C10

 

 

TRUCK 88 & NEWER

STOCK

WINNER: Cynthia Diaz, 1992 3500

 

MODIFIED

WINNER: Ray Jimenez, 1992 Pickup

 

 

TRUCK 1973-87

STOCK

WINNER: Bruce Roventini, 1986 ¾ Ton Pickup

OUTSTANDING: FJ Fulkerson, 1975 Pickup

 

MODIFIED

WINNER: Joey Dupree, 1977 Scottsdale

 

 

TRUCK 1949-72 2WD

STREET

WINNER: Al & Renee Cravens, 1953 5 Window Pickup

 

MODIFIED

WINNER: Warren Thamm, 1972 C10

 

 

TRUCK MINI 2WD

WINNER: Cort Fyvie, 1991 S10

 

 

CAMARO 1967-69

STOCK

WINNER: Wayne Williams, 1968 Z28

 

STREET

WINNER: John Jackson, 1969 Camaro

OUTSTANDING: Wayne Bragg, 1968 Camaro

 

MODIFIED

WINNER: Tom Klockenbunk, 1968 Camaro

 

 

CAMARO 1970-81

STOCK

WINNER: Allison Jackson, 1979 Camaro

 

STREET

WINNER: Daniel Gomez, 1972 Camaro Z28

OUTSTANDING: Curtis Chandler, 1970 Camaro

 

MODIFIED

WINNER: Patrick Grisby, 1972 Camaro

OUTSTANDING: Vincent Pilney, 1973 Camaro Z28

 

 

CAMARO 1982-92

STOCK

WINNER: Leonard Cadena, 1986 Camaro

 

 

CAMARO 2005 & NEWER

STOCK

WINNER: Roy Whittaker, 2012 Camaro ZL1

OUTSTANDING: Christine Cappel, 2001 Camaro RS

 

STREET

WINNER: Charles Epplen, 2010 Camaro SS

OUTSTANDING: Steven Staycoff, 2012 Camaro ZL1

 

MODIFIED

WINNER: Kevin McCourt, 2010 Camaro SS/RS

 

 

CORVETTE 1953-67

STOCK

WINNER: Clayton Catchings, 1962 Corvette Roadster

 

STREET

WINNER: Randy Blackwell, 1961 Corvette

OUTSTANDING: John Bradley, 1966 Corvette Convertible

 

 

CORVETTE 1968-82

STOCK

WINNER: Kenneth Burke, 1981 Corvette

OUTSTANDING: Jeff Kitterman, 1974 Corvette

 

STREET

WINNER: Ronald Rutledge, 1976 Corvette

 

 

CORVETTE 2005 & NEWER

STOCK

WINNER: John Taylor, 2008 Z06

OUTSTANDING: Art Jeske, 2009 Z06

 

STREET

WINNER: Rickey Hamilton, 2011 Grandsport

OUTSTANDING: Lou Ann Pond, 2007 Corvette

 

MODIFIED

WINNER: John Armas, 2011 Corvette

 

 

TOP AWARDS

 

BEST BIG CAR – Dennis Kuyrkendall, 1961 Impala

BEST CAMARO – Charles Eppler, 2010 Camaro

BEST CHEVELLE – Kevin Lasure, 1969 Chevelle

BEST CORVETTE – Rickey Hamilton, 2011 Grandsport

BEST 55 – 56 – 57 – Wyatt Stripling, 1957 Bel Air Convertible

BEST EARLY CHEVY – Michael Riley, 1933 Sedan

BEST CONVERSION – Kenneth Gibbs, 1931 Ford Coupe

BEST EL CAMINO – Robert Davis, 1986 El Camino

BEST NOVA – Mike Kelly, 1965 Nova SS

BEST MONTE CARLO – Valentin Coronado, 1987 Monte Carlo SS

BEST OPEN – Jim Watkins, 1963 Corvair

BEST TRUCK – Wayne Terry, 1967 C10

BEST RAT ROD – Juan Valdez, 1969 C10

BEST PRO STREET – Darnell Neal, 1969 Camaro

 

GOLD CLASS

Joseph Mouton, 1955 Bel Air

Kenny Frederic, 1957 210

 

BEST PAINT – Joseph Mouton, 1955 Bel Air

BEST DETAIL – Kenny Frederic, 1957 C10

BEST ENGINE – Kenny Frederic, 1957 C10

 

AWARD OF EXCELLENCE – Wayne Terry, 1969 C10

 

BEST OF SHOW – Kenny Frederic, 1957 C10

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