Organizing, planning and running a charity car show is a lot of work. But, creating a successful show, can make you feel very good. This years show benefited Care House - The Home of Child Abuse & Neglect Council of Oak Land County. Sadly, child abuse and neglect is a very real problem everywhere. This years show broke all of our previous attendance records. The cars were outstanding, the music rocked, the food was great, the goodie bags overflowed, the sponsors were outstanding, and the raffles went on all afternoon. A children’s coloring contest with prizes made the kids happy. The beautiful trophies where presented by Mark Phelan, Auto Critic of the Detroit Free Press. I encourage everyone who can to become involved and volunteer for a charity event. Or, at least, take a kid to a car show, they are the future of our hobby.
Congratulations again to our winners: Dan Dinverno - Best Street Machine: 1966 Ford GT40; Jeff Leestma - Care House Award: 1949 Hudson Commodore; Chuck & Diane Herkowitz - 1st Place Street Rod: 1940 Ford Coupe, Mike & Sheila Lauer - 2nd Place Street Rod: 1934 Ford 3 Window Coupe; Brian Ligotte - 1st Place Muscle Car: 1971 Plymouth Satellite Sebring Plus, Richard Voss - 2nd Place Muscle Car: 1966 Chevy Nova; David Paulisin - 1st Place Classic Car: 1937 Buick Roadmaster 4 Door Phaeton, Dr Harold Glen - 2nd Place Classic Car: 1938 Cadillac 60 Special; Fred Norfleet - Judges Choice Pre-1949: 1931 Buick 90 Series Limousine; Jack Nichols - Judges Choice Post-1949: 1955 Packard Caribbean Convertible. Enjoy the Pics.