Photo by Garrett Rudolph
Theresa and John Shearer, of Wenatchee, restored their military-spec 1943 Dodge in just nine months. The vehicle was restored as a tribute to World War II veterans, John Shearer said.
As of Thursday, September 26, 2013
OMAK CAR SHOW RESULTS
1931 and older
First place: Dave Hawley of Oliver, B.C., 1929 Model A Roadster pickup
First place: Gary Jacobson of East Wenatchee, 1935 V12 Packard
First place: Kenneth Countryman of Arlington, 1951 Chevrolet UTE
First place: Pat Farrell of Sedro Woolley, 1957 Ford Fairlane retractable
First place: Mike Wilson of Okanogan, 1971 Chevrolet Corvette
First place: Don Smith of Penticton, B.C., 1965 Ford T-Bird
Four-door or station wagon
First place: Buck Sackman of Omak, 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air
Modified or street rod, 1948 and older
First place: Rick Golleher of Riverside, 1932 Chevrolet Coupe
Modified or street rod, 1949-1988
First place: Eric Kimball of Winthrop, 1955 Chevrolet Nomad
Unfinished or work in progress
First place: Dan Fletcher of Okanogan, 1978 International school bus
First place: Ron Nardone of Snohomish, 1938 school bus
Trucks, three-quarter ton or less
First place: Don Haack of Renton, 1955 Chevrolet pickup
Dual wheel trucks
First place: Joe Schell of Tonasket, 1948 Diamond T truck
Factory muscle car, original or restored
First place: John Vanin of Genelle, B.C., 1967 Pontiac GTO
First place: Mursick Welding (Jeff Klimek) of Okanogan, 1930 Ford Model A
First place: Lyle Jacobson of Sedro Woolley, 1957 MGA
Hard luck trophy: Bacon Bumgarner of Oroville. Ran into water pipe and dented a fender.
Long distance trophy: Bob Carr of Whittier, Calif., 2009 Mustang Coupe. Drove 1,145 miles to attend the show.
Overall people’s choice trophy: Mike Wilson of Okanogan, 1971 Chevrolet Corvette
Club with best participation trophy: AARC of Sedro Woolley-Bellingham, which had seven cars entered.