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A 1930 Essex owned by George Stum earned the Best of Show car award at last month's Rollin' Oldies 50s in the Fall car show in Lebanon

LEBANON — A 1930 Essex two-door earned the Best in Show car award and a 1955 Chevrolet earned the Best in Show truck award at the 28th annual Rollin’ Oldies 50s in the Fall Car show, held Sept. 15 at River Park.

“There were about 171 registered vehicles, which was down from last year, but there was another show in Mount Angel on the same day that probably attracted some participants,” said David Faller, Rollin’ Oldies club president.

Awards by category, sponsor, vehicle and owner were:

Best of Show — Car: Batteries Northwest, 1930 Essex two-door, George Stum

Best of Show — Truck: Batteries Northwest, 1955 Chevrolet pickup, Paul Plotkin

Best Ford: Roberson Ford, 1932 coupe, Jim Boman

Best Mopar: Larry Angland, 1970 Dodge Challenger, Van Beckner

Best GM: Primasing Motors, 1955 Chevrolet sedan, Joey Boge

Best Paint: Collison Auto Repair, 1955 Chevrolet pickup, Paul Plotkin

Best Interior: Larry’s Upholstery, 1955 Ford custom line, John Parmalee

Best Engine: AA Towing, 1969 Ford Mach I, Kevin Bethel

Best Convertible: Lou Dupuis, 1964 Mercury Parklane, Larry Propeck

Best Mustang: Les Schwab Tire, 1964 Ford Mustang, Aliee MaCall

Best Military: Tom and Lynn Hinckley, 1966 Kaiser Jeep, Glen Lamora

Best Corvette: Sweet Home Kiwanis, 1962 Corvette, Jack Scott

Best Chevelle: Leon and Roberta Walter, 1969 Chevelle SS396, Dennis Smith

Best Thunderbird: Rhodes-Warden Insurance, 1968 Ford Thunderbird, Rod Green

Best Stock Car: The Filling Station, 1958 Ford Thunderbird, Rod Green

Best Stock Truck: The Filling Station, 1955 Chevrolet Cameo, Larry Taylor

Best Station Wagon: Neal and Kitty Hubber, 1965 Ford Falcon delivery, Arnie Marcoe

Best Import: Bob and Doranna Morris, 1963 Austin Healey, Jerry Mills

Best Under 25: Ted and Esther Hillary, 1972 Lincoln Continental, Coty Curtin

Best 6 Cylinder: Gary Zumwalt, 1953 Studebaker, Judy Lewis

Best Rat Rod: Sweet Home Kiwanis, 1935 Dodge pickup, Doug Hanson

Best Tri-5 Chevy: Steve and Lorna Sebastian, 1955 Chevrolet Belair, Mike VanDrimmelen

Best Pre-30: Jim and Linda Stinson, 1929 Ford A roadster, Ed Murry

Best Pre-30s Truck: Gro Lock Feed, 1936 Dodge, Mike Wiebe

Best 30s Car: Dave and Linda Faller, 1939 Chevrolet business coupe, Bill Wilson

Best 30s Truck: Dave and Linda Faller, 1937 GMC half-ton pickup, Jerry Mumper

Best 40s Car: Randy and Linda Meredith, 1947 Chevrolet Areo sedan, Bob McDermed

Best 41-60 Truck: Junior and Tammy Barker, 1959 Chevrolet Apache, Bryan Smith

Best 50-54 Car: Ed Anderson, 1950 Ford sedan, Bob Aue

Best 55-59 Car: Mark Privratsky, 1958 Oldsmobile, Larry Sprinkel

Best 61-80 Truck: Lebanon/Sweet Home NAPA, 1965 Chevrolet El Camino, Chuck Black

Best 60s Car: A & W/KFC, 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle, Jerry Roberts

Best 70s Car: Covell Transport, 1979 Plymouth Roadunner, Roger Wikel

Best 2000 and newer: Linn-Co Federal Credit Union, 2008 Corvette, Rod Welk

Best Tuner: Dwayne and Joan Garrett, 1990 Mazda, Josh Mayfield

Best Custom Car: Collison Auto Body, 1939 Ford deluxe coupe, Ralph Roll

Best Camaro: Dan’s Auto & Performance, 1969 Chevrolet Camaro convertible, Rick Railey

Best Muscle Car: Northwest Auto Fab, 1955 Chevrolet pro-street, Roger Phillip

President’s Choice: Linn-Co Federal Credit Union, 1955 Chevrolet 210, Steve Nunez

1980s and Newer Truck: Dan Miner, 2017 Chevrolet Silverado, Dan Underwood

Ladies’ Pick: Carol Carter, 1952 Chevrolet Deluxe, Gary Brant

Best Host Car: Linn-Co Federal Credit Union, 1958 Edsel Ranger, Carol Carter

Best Host Car: Linn-Co Federal Credit Union, 1932 Ford coupe, Dan Miner

Best Host Truck: Advantage Metal Works, 1946 Chevrolet pickup, Leon Walter

Long Distance Award: Rollin’ Oldies Car Club, 1961 Pontiac Catalina, Kevin Raffert

Club Participation Award: Rollin’ Oldies Car Club, Willamette Valley Street Rods

Contact Linn County reporter Alex Paul at 541-812-6114.


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