Left: Revelstoke Derailers roller derby team members Kernel Panic (left) and Jen ‘n’ Tonic pose in front of the Revelstoke Vintage Car Club’s 2012 Show ‘n’ Shine People’s Choice Award winner. This turquoise 1929 Ford Model A Delivery Sedan was created by Larry Presta of Peachland. The stunning car also won the Mayor’s Choice Award. Panic & Tonic (their roller derby names) were on hand selling tickets for the Revelstoke Derailers’ home debut at the Revelstoke Forum on June 23. Tickets are available at Society Snow & Skate

HUGE PHOTO GALLERY: Revelstoke Mountain Paradise Vintage Car Show ‘n’ Shine 2012

The 2012 Revelstoke Mountain Paradise Show ‘n’ Shine hosted by the Revelstoke Vintage Car Club went off nicely on June 3



The 2012 Revelstoke Mountain Paradise Show ‘n’ Shine hosted by the Revelstoke Vintage Car Club went off nicely on June 3, despite early morning downpours that threatened to put a damper on the event.

The sun muscled through the clouds creating a pleasant atmosphere for the annual event that saw Mackenzie Avenue and the first blocks of First and Second Streets closed to all but vintage vehicles.

Here are the winners from the event. Don’t forget to check out the over 80 photos from the event on the Revelstoke Times Review Flickr gallery. Click each image to see the caption.

Results:

Best Muscle Car: 1969 Dodge Dart; Tony Lentini; Revelstoke

Furthest Traveled: 1957 Chev Cameo Pickup; Rick Skirzyk; Grande Prairie

Best Street Rod: 1934 Ford Coupe; Tom Kubos; Revelstoke

Best Classic: 1959 Corvette; Peter Robinson; Spruce Grove

Hard Luck: Lyska & Darren Fullerton; 1968 Chev Camaro; Revelstoke

Best Interior: 1952 Willys Wagon; Scott Renaud; Revelstoke

Best Rat Rod: 1964 Volvo 544; Ingvar Svard; Vernon

Lois Campbell Memorial: (best Ford); Duff & Marion Turner; Salmon Arm

Best Import: – 1968 Triumph GT6; John Bulmer; Medicine Hat

Best Custom Pickup: 1956 Ford; Don & Doreen Roper; Vernon

Mayor’s Choice: 1929 Model A Sedan Delivery; Larry Presta; Peachland

Presidents Choice: 1961 Chev Impala; Rick Skirzyk; Grande Prairie

Peoples Choice: 1929 Model A Sedan Delivery; Larry Presta; Peachland

Owner’s Choice:1969 Dodge Dart; Tony Lentini; Revelstoke

Best Local Vehicle: 1968 Beaumont; Ken Howe; Revelstoke

Best Paint: 1956 Willys Wagon; Scott Renaud; Revelstoke

Best Hot Rod: 1934 Ford Pickup; Tom Kennedy; Tappen

Best Original: 1941 Dodge Pickup; Mickey MacDonald; Revelstoke

Revelstoke Vintage Car Club would like to thank all the trophy sponsors.

Pictured above: a 1932 Ford Model B owned by Rudy Bowolin of Crazy Creek.

Aaron Orlando/Revelstoke Times Review

 

 

 

 

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