D.W. Poppy Car show hits 30 year milestone

D.W. Poppy Car show hits 30 year milestone

The annual car show drew hundreds of vehicles and thousands of spectators on May 7.

The 30th annual D.W. Poppy Car Show lucked into sunny skies on Sunday, May 7.

The secondary school hosts the car show every year, with proceeds from car registrations and entrants benefitting school programs.

This year’s Best in Show Judges’ Choice award went to a 1911 Ford Torpedo, one of the oldest cars in the show.

There were also awards for best rat rod, best muscle car, best street rod, best import, best interior, best engine bay, and more. The Best Student Vehicle prize went to a 1977 Ford Mustang.

The full list of winners:

Best in Show Judges Choice 1911 Ford Torpedo owner:Colleen

Best Rat Rod 1927 Ford T owner Terry

Best Muscle Car 1969 Chev Camero owner: Steve

Best Custom post 1951 1967 Dodge Dart owner: Pete

Best Street Rod 1929 Ford Model A owner: Kenny

Best Street Rod Truck 1971 Chev C 10 owner Jon

Best Import 1966 Jaguar E Type owner Harry

Best Interior 1956 Chev Bel Air owner Jim

Best Engine Bay 1970 Plymouth Baracuda owner Ron

Best Motorcycle 2015 Indian Springer owner Sky Motorsports

Best Student Vehicle: 1977 Ford Mustang II owner: Gabe

Most Unique Vehicle: 1939 Chev Cab Over owner: Marnie

Best Low Rider: 1986 Chevy Caprice owner: Tom

Principals Award: 1970 Ford Mustang Mach I owner: Grant

People’s Choice Award: 1955 Chev 3600 Pickup owner: Tim

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D.W. Poppy Car show hits 30 year milestone

D.W. Poppy Car show hits 30 year milestone

D.W. Poppy Car show hits 30 year milestone

D.W. Poppy Car show hits 30 year milestone

D.W. Poppy Car show hits 30 year milestone

D.W. Poppy Car show hits 30 year milestone

D.W. Poppy Car show hits 30 year milestone

D.W. Poppy Car show hits 30 year milestone

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