I think everyone had a great time and should be proud of the work that was done to make this year's event a real success. Next year, let's hope the weather forecast is brighter and more sun is predicted!!
This is a 1936 Chevy Pick-up belonging to Dick. He did a great job restoring this to almost new condition! An outstanding looking Chevy, for sure!
1956 Ford T-Bird. I loved the set up with this car! It looks like he was cruising and went to the local drive-in to have a dog and root beer. Very sharp car and great display. This car is all original, and was brought to us by Les and Marge Simcox.
Ralph from Newaygo drove this 1930 Ford Model "A" Pick-up
to the show. This is an original truck, not restored. What barn did you find this in, Ralph?
Dodge Dart Swinger from 1970. Nice sounding engine! This car is a modified classic and is very straight. I enjoyed the sound as it drove in and I imagine everyone else did, too. This was driven in from Howard City by Rick. It has a 440 engine and I believe the sign said it had 727 horsepower! No wonder it sounded so good!
Edwin drove this classic 1972 Chevy pickup to the show today. It has the original interior and the miles on the odometer are correct. I didn't see the amount of miles, but I would guess it wasn't too many. Very clean, very straight truck.
Newaygo County Sheriff's Department brought in the D.A.R.E. car to show. It hasn't been totally set up yet, but one can tell it will be a real traffic stopper when completed! Our thanks to them for taking the time to participate and send an officer to tell us all about it.
Hey, Butch! What a great Caddy! This Cadillac is a 1939 and lives right here in Newaygo! Very sharp car! I really enjoyed the colors and style of this classic Caddy! Thanks for driving it today, Butch!
Another Newaygo favorite, a 1953 Chevrolet Bel-Air brought to you by Sam. I would love to take this car for a drive! I remember them so well from my childhood! Thanks, Sam!
A 1970 Monte Carlo, made by Chevrolet. It states it is a "modified" edition. It was driven by Sheryl from Fremont. A really nice ride, Sheryl!
1986 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS, listed as "under construction." Looks mighty fine to me! I really think the Monte Carlo was one of the ignored cars of the 70's and 80's. I am glad to see so many here today and hope they continue to grow in popularity. Good job, Josh from Pierson!
Here is another Bel-Air, a 1954 in white. Lynnie drove it in from the city and calls it a classic modified. Very nice wheels, nice chrome, too! Thanks, Lynnie!
April drove her 1969 Pontiac Grand Prix to the show today. She is from right here in Croton Township! She has hers listed as a Classic Modified. Thanks for coming, April!
I have always thought that Dodge had a winner with this truck. It is an original, 1979 with only 57k on the odometer. Jim drove it in from Canadian Lakes. Thanks for risking the rain, but you did well! Love the truck!
This truck was restored by Mark and he did a very nice job. This is a 1962 Chevy. Mark lists it as Modified.
Ed drove in in his 1931 Chevy, all original. Well, almost! He came in from White Cloud to show us his car.
This is a 1967 Pontiac GTO brought to you by an un-named person! He lives in Croton.
1980 Chevrolet Malibu. Bill lives just up the road here in Croton/Hardy. This was an AWESOME sounding car! Lots of HP, great looks. Good job, Bill!!
Chrysler Charger, 1971, drove here by Gordon. This is an "under construction" car. Thanks for showing us how far you have come, Gordon!
Sorry, folks! Don't have any info on this great looking ride. I can't read the label on the front window! Anyway, our thanks to the owner for bringing it in today. If you have some info on this car, click "comments" below or email me and let me know what you know!
These are the judges. Tallying up the points on each car to see who wins the trophies. Our thanks to this impartial crew and the job they did. Great work!
We had some raffles! This Fire Chief car was donated so we could raffle it off. What a sweet ride. I doubt if I could have fit into it, though! Congrats to the winner!
Our people, hard at work!
The trophy table. Lots of trophies to give away!
This is our President, Dave, giving an award to the winner of best in show. Mr. Peterson had that beautiful Pontiac Sky Chief! What a marvelous automobile!
Following are pictures of SOME of the winners of a trophy. I am sorry I don't have the winner's names or the cars they brought. There are more pictures of winners in the photo album at the club. Stop in and see!
Again, I want to thank all who participated in this years Car Show and Swap Meet. Each member did an awesome job keeping things under control and taking care of everyone. I had a great time and look forward to the next show, probably June 1st, 2014.
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