Local car show shines

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While pleased with its success, Fundy Shore Auto Club president David Soley said he was glad the event was over with for another year.

The pressures gone now, he said. Its a lot of work (putting on the show), he said, More than some people realize.

Local car show shines

While pleased with its success, Fundy Shore Auto Club president David Soley said he was glad the event was over with for another year.

The pressures gone now, he said. Its a lot of work (putting on the show), he said, More than some people realize.

This years show went well, he said, despite a weather forecast that looked less than promising, and the second straight year that saw the event in a scheduling conflict with the Don Yorke Memorial Slo-Pitch Tournament dance.

But it turned out well in the end, especially on Sunday, according to Soley.

Sunday is mostly the bigger day because some people have to work on Saturday, he said.

Winner of the ride-on lawn mower was Darren Pettipas of Westville.

The following trophies were handed out at the end of the show:

Best 1920s Herman Gamble;

Best 1930s Bill Springer;

Best 1940s Allison MacAleese;

Best 1950s Vincent Wood;

Best 1960s Darren Clark;

Best 1980-87 Merrill Murray;

Oldest Car Herman Gamble;

Best Truck Allison MacAleese;

Longest Distance Garry Nickerson;

Best Motorcycle Daniel and Kendall Soley;

Best Tractor Reid Gilbert;

Best Club Cumberland Car Club;

Mayors Choice Vincent Wood;

Peoples Choice Ron Canning.



Organizations: Fundy Shore Auto Club, Cumberland Car Club

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