One hundred and forty three cars attended the 12th annual Sylvan Lake Customs and Classics Car Show on July 14th 2018. For complete details including pictures of the top 10 cars check out the Show and Shine menu.
The next meeting will be held on Aug 1 at the Legion in Sylvan Lake starting at 7:00. The meeting will be used to review the 2018 car show.
The club will be hosting a free BBQ on May 30th for club members and family. The event will be at the Legion in Sylvan Lake starting at 6:00. Please RSVP to email@example.com before May 28th with the number attending from your family.
Doug and Geri Gordon have added a new hot rod to their garage. It is a 1935 Chevrolet Standard Three Window Coupe and the full details on the car can be viewed under their name on the membership page.
Deb and Bill Larratt, Greg and Tammy Garson, Gord and Elaine Bredo, and Wendy Davidson and Murray Fleming left Penhold at 7:30 Friday, September 15th to travel to the 2017 Radium car show. Despite driving through rain and snow from Canmore to Banff on Friday morning, the weekend car show turned out to be a beautiful warm weekend with bright sunshine and blue skies. Judy and Larry Kemshead drove out a day earlier in order to enjoy some golfing with the car show.
Members of the Sylvan Lake Customs and Classics car club joined other car enthusiasts sitting on the main drag in Radium on Friday night and watched the never ending parade of hot rods cruising up and down the streets.
The ladies from the car club couldn’t resist posing with the local fireman’s mascot.
The car show on Saturday drew over 7,000 spectators to see the wide variety of cars and trucks. Everyone enjoyed the warm sunshine and the variety of cars.
Bill Larratt won a backpack for a door prize, while Greg and Tammy won tools.
The following pictures show a few of the unique hot rods at the show:
Club members did not bring back any awards, but everyone enjoyed the beautiful day and the hot rods. In addition, Bill worked hard at training his new dragonfly pet — which was determined to sit squarely in the middle of his shirt!
The Gull Lake car show was held Sept 3, 2017 and was attended by numerous Sylvan Lake Customs and Classics club members. Val and Audrey Hilker, Bruce Semeniuk, Greg and Tammy Garson, Noel Bower, Bill and Deb Larratt, Colin and Deb McMann, Gary Brownlee, and Doug and Geri Gordon attended with vehicles. David Popovitch, Murray Fleming, Gordie Laurent and Trevor Burge attended without their vehicles.
There were 92 vehicles registered for the annual car show. Three of the Top Ten Trophies were awarded to Sylvan Lake Customs and Classics members. Winners were:
- Doug and Geri Gordon with their 1930 Ford model A
- Deb McMann with her 1934 Plymouth coupe
- Gary Brownlee with his 1929 Ford Tudor
The club members spent the morning and early afternoon looking at the other entrants’ vehicles and enjoying a darned good breakfast put on by the Gull Lake Rotary Club members. This was the 7th annual Gull Lake Show and Shine.
The Central Alberta Mopar Association held a meet in Red Deer on August 12th. Colin McMann placed in the top 5 for B Body with his 1969 1/2 Super Bee.
The “Rock’n Rimbey” car show was held August 25th to 27th, 2017. It attracted approximately 170 cars and consisted of a pancake breakfast, cruises, a car show and street drag races. The following members of the Sylvan Lake Customs and Classics attended the show:
– Doug and Geri Gordon
– Colin and Deb McMann
– Gary Brownlee
There were a total of 10 awards including the Mayor’s Award, Bikes and Trikes, Odd and Unusual, and Top Seven.
Doug and Geri Gordon placed in the Top Seven with their 1930 Model A Ford.
Deb McMann won a Top Ten Award with her 1934 Plymouth 2-door coupe at the Rocky Mountain Show and Shine that was held July 29th, 2017. Other members of the club that attended the show were Brian and Barb Boutin, Greg Garson, Doug and Geri Gordon, Bill and Deb Larratt, Bruce and Chris Semeniuk.
Brian Boutin, Gord and Elaine Bredo and Murray Fleming and Wendy Davidson attended the 21st annual St Albert Rock’n August Show and Shine on August 12th. For Gord and Elaine, it was a short drive from their new home in St. Albert. Brian and Barb went up earlier in the week, and took part in the activities on Thursday and Friday night.
As usual, the show was held at Lion’s Park, with cars on display on both sides of the Sturgeon River. A better venue for a car show would be hard to find.
The show drew over 900 cars and specialty vehicles. The weather was fantastic and the crowd of spectators viewing the cars was never ending.
Brian came away with an award for GM truck pre 92.