Ken Howe, Norm Lazzorotto, Gerry Adam, Robert Smith and Bob Reed of the Revelstoke Vintage Car Club won awards at the Queen City Cruise-the car show in Nelson, last weekend. (Submitted)

Revelstoke Vintage Car Club wins at car show in Nelson

The Revelstoke Vintage Car Club drove down to Nelson last weekend with 21 members.

Not only did the club bring home the trophy for the most out of town car club members at a show, Ken Howe got second place in the modified ‘64-‘70 category with his 1968 Beaumont ragtop, Norm Lazzorotto won first place in the modified ‘81 and newer category with his 2013 Shelby GT500 Super Snake, Robert Smith won second in the modified ‘58-‘63 category with his 1959 El Camino and Bob Reed won first in the modified ‘58-‘63 category with his 1962 Nova Ragtop.

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