9th Annual Ramara Classic Car Show

Thank you to our 2019 Platinum sponsors!


Thank you to our 2019 Gold sponsors!


Thank you to our 2019 Bronze sponsors!

Our Classic Car Show was a record breaker this year! It was once again held at the Brechin Dry Dock Marine in Lagoon City, Brechin, Ontario!

 

 

Our Classic Car Show has grown to attract approximately 2000 visitors and more than 200 automobile exhibitors. This year, visitors once again enjoyed DJ Wild Willy’s classic music, and were treated to a Willy Nelson impersonator.  Spectators browsed the Vendor Booths, and enjoyed the Brechin Legion’s BBQ as they toured the amazing vehicles; from antique legends and classic cars & trucks to muscle & modified cars. Visitor admission to the show is always free!

This year’s show ran from 10am to 4pm on Saturday, July 13th, 2019, despite some mid-day downpours.  Judging took place after the rainfall, so trophies, raffle draw and 50/50 were done on time and in the sunshine!

 


Competitions

Exhibitors of fine automobiles had the opportunity to win awards for their pride and joy in several categories. Winners this year were:

Best Antique & Brass Legend – 1st Place: Moe Lamb – 1929 Model A pickup (black)

Best Antique & Brass Legend – Runner Up: Peter De Haan – 1926 Ford T-Bucket (black & yellow)

Best Vintage Car – 1st Place: Randy Herman – 1931 Ford Model A (black)

Best Vintage Car – Runner Up: Rick & Rose Moore – 1940 Ford 4-door (red)

Best Vintage Truck – 1st Place:  Scott O’Donnell – ’41 Chevy Pickup (red)

Best Vintage Truck – Runner Up: Don Campbell – 1952 Ford F1 Panel Van (red)

Best Classic Car – 1st Place: Bob Suszek – 1954 Studebaker Champion pickup (red)

Best Classic Car – Runner Up: Hugh MacLenan – 1951 Hudson Hornet (green)

Best Classic Truck – 1st Place: Roy Lewis – 1956 Ford F100 (red)

Best Classic Truck – Runner Up: Floyd Allen – ’70 Chev CST10 (red & white)

Best Current Classic Car – 1st Place: Yvette Aube – 1985 Chevy Corvette Taiga C4 (2-toned Blue)

Best Current Classic Car – Runner Up: Robert Heitman – ’77 Pontiac Trans Am (black)

Best Current Classic Truck – 1st Place: Brent Becket – ’78 Dodge Lil’ Red Express (red)

Best Current Classsic Truck – Runner Up: Ken & Diane Pelrine – ’82 Chev Silverado (blue/grey)

Best Muscle Car – 1st Place: Jeanne McCarthy – ’69 Mercury Cyclone (green)

Best Muscle Car – Runner Up: Mark Vanroog – ’67 Pontiac GTO (white)

Best Modified Car – 1st Place: Paul LeClair – 1926 Ford Sedan Delivery (green)

Best Modified Car – Runner Up: Wayne Morrow – ’41 Willy’s 2-door coupe (brown)

Best Modified Truck – 1st Place: Richard Rowand – 1953 Chevy Panel Truck (white)

Best Modified Truck – Runner Up: Ray Fischer – 1963 Studebaker

Best Performance Resurrection – 1st Place: Jeff Beaudry – 2007 Saleen Mustang S 281 Supercharged (orange)

Best Performance Resurrection – Runner Up:  Ray Losier – 2019 Chev Corvette (black)

Best Overall GM Vehicle – 1st  Place: Michael Melanson – ’65  Chev Corvette (blue)

Best Overall GM Vehicle – Runner Up: Richard Rowand – ’53 Chevy Panel Truck (white)

Best Overall Ford Vehicle – 1st Place: Helen Lewis – ’56 Ford Crown Victoria (black)

Best Overall Ford Vehicle – Runner Up: Donna Horton – ’55 Ford Fairlane Sunliner (red & white)

Best Overall Mopar Vehicle – 1st Place: Doug Renault – ’64 Dodge Polara Convertible (white)

Best Overall Mopar Vehicle – Runner Up: Norma & Jean Gorong – ’69 Dodge Dart (red)

Best Overall Import Vehicle – 1st Place: Paulene Laycock – 1962 VW Bug (green)

Best Overall Import Vehicle – Runner Up: James Hyatt – ’79 Ferrari 308 GTS (red)

 

 

The awards ceremony was at 3pm. Other categories’ winners were:

  1. Automobile Enthusiasts Award:  Ed Valencluok – 1975 1/2 Chevy Laguna (white & maroon)
  2. People’s Choice:  Don Reid – ’85 Olds Cutlass Supreme (brown)
  3. Furthest Traveled:  Neville Dean came from Windsor, Ontario with his 2017 Mustang Shelby GT350
  4. Best Chrome and Fins:  Rob Bell – 1960 Cadillac Coupe DeVille (Black)