BEST OF SHOW . . . And three additional trophies went to Bernard and Shirley Lawson from Grindrod

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

The Best of Show was a 1940 Cadillac with owners from Grindrod, B.C.

  • Jun. 17, 2014 9:00 a.m.

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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