The 12th annual Sylvan Lake Customs and Classic Show and Shine brought out the gear head, the car fanatics and the curious Saturday.
Held on the driving range of Meadowlands Golf Course, the show and shine had the young and the young at heart marvelling at the numerous cars of all sorts of makes and models.
From newer sports cars, to completely redone classics, the Customs and Classics Show and Shine had a little bit for everyone.
In total 143 cars were parked along the driving range for the day on July 14.
Along with the head turning cars, attendees were also able to enjoy breakfast, and/or lunch provided by the Knights of Columbus, a silent auction, face painting and DJ-ed music.
Out of the 143 cars present at this year’s show and shine, 10 were voted the Top 10 by the show participants.
This year’s Top 10 are:
Terry McCaw, Rocky Mountain House – 1955 Meteor
Carol MadDougall, High River – 1956 Corvett
Mervyn Pidherney, Rockey Mountain House – 1931 Buick
Les Wiggest, Red Deer – 1071 Plymouth
Jeanette Dizall, S.V. – 1949 Chev 1300
Jerrod Fleck, Eckville – 1947 Ford
Kevin Klemmensin, Leslieville -1960 Pontiac
Ed Chartrand, Spruce Grove – 1957 Chev
Steve Heather, Cardston, 1968 Beaumont
Aong with the Top 10 in Show, which is not awarded to a Sylvan Lake Customs and Classic member, was the Memorial Plaque.
The Memorial Plaque is awarded to the top car belongs to a member of the Sylvan Lake Customs and Classics Club.
This year the Memorial Plaque was awarded to Gary Brownlee and his 1929 Ford.