Kim Remesz and Becca Nelson were dressed in their ‘50s best during the show and shine. They were also helping other people get dressed up.

Gallery: 2013 Mountain Classic Show and Shine

Mountain Classic Show and Shine provided kick off for a string of summer events in Revelstoke, attracting more than 100 cars.



The Mountain Classic Show and Shine once again provided the kick off for a string of summer events in Revelstoke, attracting more than 100 cars from throughout the Interior.

Here is the list of prize winners:

Best Original Paint & Body – East End Auto Body

John Bulmer, Medicine Hat AB – 1980 Porche 911SC

Best Quality Paint & Body Work – Classic Collision

Bob & Anita Armitage, Armstrong – 1956 Chevrolet Belair

Best Interior – Alpine Village Mall

John & Val Shomody, Vernon – 1937 Ford Hot Rod

Best Classic – Trukkar’s Tread Pro

Robby Inglis, Revelstoke – 1926 Chevrolet Superior B

Best Custom Car – East End Auto Body

Wes Heiderach, Kamloops – 1955 Chevrolet 150

Best Custom Pickup – H&R Block

Ian Harding, Kamloops – 1938 Chevrolet Pickup

Best Street Rod – Barton Insurance

Ron Kobb, Coldstream – 1929 Hudson Essex

Best Muscle Car – Revelstoke Garage

Garth McKee, Logan Lake – 1969 Plymouth Barracuda

Best Retro Vehicle – Pharmasave

Rod Thiessen, Salmon Arm – 2013 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1

Best Local Classic Vehicle – Classic Collision

Kenny Howe, Revelstoke – 1968 Beaumont Convertible

Best Lift Kit – EZ Rock Radio

Derek Scarcelli, Revelstoke – 1985 GMC Short Box 4×4

Best Chevy – East End Auto Body

Bob & Anita Armitage – Armstrong – 1956 Chevrolet Belair

Best Mopar – Classic Collision

Garth McKee, Logan Lake – 1969 Plymouth Barracuda

Best Import – Randolph David Jewelry

Larry Clarke, Salmon Arm – 1974 Triumph TR6

Peoples Choice – Conversations Coffee House

Tracy Kessler, Revelstoke – 1973 VW Beetle

Competitors Choice – A&W Drive Inn

Robyn Souder, Enderby – 1955 Studebaker Speedster

Furthest Traveled – A&W Drive Inn

John Bulmer, Medicine Hat AB – 1980 Porche 911SC

Hard Luck Trophy – Lords Car Club

Kent Hendrickson, Revelstoke – 1969 Oldsmobile Cutlass 442

Lois Campbell Memorial Trophy Best Ford

Sponsored by Classic Collision and Revelstoke Vintage Car Club

Barry Swenson, Salmon Arm – 1966 Ford Thunderbird

President’s Choice – Columbia Towing, Dennis Berarducci

Robyn Souder, Enderby – 1955 Studebaker Speedster

Mayor’s Choice – East End Auto Body, Mayor Dave Raven

Kenny Howe, Revelstoke – 1968 Beaumont Convertible

 

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