Mike Stolth’s 1955 Ford Crown Victoria won best original restoration.

Sooke Classic Car Show and Shine announces winners

Ten awards handed out at special event at Sooke A&W parking lot on Wednesday

Winners from last weekend’s Sooke Classic Car Show and Shine at the Sooke Flats were announced on Wednesday at the A&W parking lot, which attracted dozens of classic hot rods from all over the area.

• Best in Show – Barry Schick, 1957 Ford Fairlane 500, Skyliner

• Best Motorcycle – Michael Nyikes, 1972 Harley Davidson Sportster

• Best Paint Job – Bill and and Jamison, 1958 Pontiac classic vintage

• Best Hot Rod –  Ron Staniel, 1932 Ford rustic

• Best Vintage – Donna Gray, 1951 custom Cadillac

• Best Truck – Don Wilson, GMC 9300 pickup

• Best Custom  – Darcy and Judy Morning, 1965 Chevy C-10 hot rod truck

• Best Orphan – Joe Almasi, 1976 Ford Cortina

• Best Original Restoration – Mike Stolth, 1955 Ford Crown Victoria

• Best Tractor – Elliot Lifton

 

 

 

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