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Top car won four trophies at Show and Shine in Qualicum Beach

BEST OF SHOW . . . And three additional trophies went to Bernard and Shirley Lawson from Grindrod, B.C. for their 1940 Cadillac Series 62 Coupe at the Seaside Cruizers Father’s Day Show and Shine in Qualicum Beach on Sunday, which attracted an estimated 10,000 people to the downtown village. For more coverage from the show, see pages A3 and A5 in today
BEST OF SHOW . . . And three additional trophies went to Bernard and Shirley Lawson from Grindrod, B.C. for their 1940 Cadillac Series 62 Coupe at the Seaside Cruizers Father’s Day Show and Shine in Qualicum Beach on Sunday, which attracted an estimated 10,000 people to the downtown village. For more coverage from the show, see pages A3 and A5 in today's print edition. To view more than 300 photos from the show and related events this past weekend, including more than 280 photos of the cars, visit our Facebook page, www.facebook.com/PQBNews.
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Here's a list of some of the top awards handed out Sunday afternoon at the Seaside Cruizers' Father's Day Show and Shine:

Best of Show: owners Bernard and Shirley Lawson from Grindrod in a 1940 Cadillac 62 series Coupe. The car also won awards for Favorite 1940s, Best Custom Body, Paint and Upholstery and Best Fat Fendered.

Best of Show Runner-up: owner Robert Cardin, Cobble Hill, 1964 Plymouth Barracuda.

Best Street Rod and Best Modified, pre-1990: (two awards for this car) Stan Coppen, North Saanich, 1932 Ford Coupe.

Long Distance winner: owner Tom Lundbom, who travelled from Sun City West (2,718 km) with his 1972 Buick GS455 stage one convertible.

People's choice award: owner Patrick Deagnon driving a 1966 Ford Mustang GT Fastback from Kelowna.

— Submitted by The Seaside Cruizers

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