Auto Enthusiasts Flock to New Carlisle for Car Show
The Hometown Days Auto Show continued to grow with another record turnout of 176 participants this year. The Auto Show was held at the American Legion Post 297 and organized by David Freet.
Results Top 30: Dan Weeks-1955 Chevy Belair, Dale Bader-1951 Ford F1, Bob Richez-1937 Pontiac Coupe, Rob Richez-1947 Chevy Pickup, Helen & Willie Weeks- 1965 Chevy C10. Dan Myers-1951 Pontiac, Steve Gagliano-1956 Chevy Belair, Bret Bachman- 1967 Chevy Camaro, Rod Burgoyne-1972 Chevy Chevelle, Roger & Becky Plaster-1934 Dodge Sedan Delivery, Paul Schmitt- 1964 Plymouth Fury, James Maxey-1963 Studebaker Lark, Bob King-1966 Chevy Nova Stretch -1956 Chevy Belair, Lylia Cooper-1968 Chevy Camaro, Tim Waaso- 1964 Chevy Nova, Phillip Dixon-1951 Chevy Sedan, Lyle Wilson- 1963 Mercury Comet. Jim Boal-1950 Mercury, Dave Goding- 1982 Pontiac Firebird, Ray & Kathie Saunders-1958 Ford Fairlane Town Sedan, Terry Conway-1937 Chevy Sedan. Randy Hoover-1961 Cadillace Coupe Deville, Frank Adamlec-1951 Ford F1, Greg Drufke-1937 Hupmobile, Jeff Jerve-1961 Chevy Apache, How Boardman-1951 Chevy Pickup, Nerva Kraus-1966 Dodge Coronet 500, Dan Kraus-1955 Chevy, Bob & Sue Litteral-1934 Ford Pickup
Best Engine: Ron Zierko-1955 Chevy; Best Interior: Rob Richez-1947 Chevy Pickup; Best Motorcycle: Mike Emerick-2007 Harley Davidson Roadglide; Top Gun: Dave Goding-1982 Pontiac Firebird; Commander’s Cup: Scott McGhee- 1968 Chevy Camaro Z28
A few people to thank for their help: Bob Masters, Jack Cook, Dave Freet, Anita Freet, Carolyn Topolski, Rich Stradtner, Kaleigh Stradtner, Helen & Willie Weeks.
Also a big thank you to Carlisle Coffee & Sweets, who donated gift certificates for door prizes and a donated a large banner for the show.