Club Members bring home the Gold! (and Green, and Red…)

[singlepic id=726 w=640 h=480]As October brings in tolerable days, the shows are still going on. At the Ladson Fairgrounds our friends with Lowcountry Mopars put on a great show for all to enjoy. This was one of the best orgnanized shows I've seen. Hats off to those folks! The 24th Annual Show and Browsefest offered good times for all and was a great success.

Club members came in force and brought us our very first trophy for largest club turnout. Can you believe that our little club has grown to over 50 members?! So now, even with a lower than hoped for club turn-out, we still have eight cars showing, and that was enough to win a club trophy!

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Additionally, club members represented with style by bringing home trophies in a big way. Shawn Conway brought home three trophies, and one in particular is very special indeed. The children of Camp Happy Days chose his car as thier favorite pick out of row after row of great cars. Shawn also took a trophy for Best Interior and 3rd place in the Camaro/Firebird class. Three trophies in one day has got to take paint away from that sting he got from the Bumble Bee at Black Buad Stadium! lol!

Scott Harris with his 1967 Nova took home two trophies, one for Manager's Choice and 2nd Place in the GM Class. Scott sneaked out before we got a photo, but take our word for it, his car was looking great!

Roger Leland cruised in with his 1978 Corvette and grabbed 1st Place in the Corvette class.

Yours truly won 1st Place with my 1969 Camaro Z/28 in the Camaro/Firebird Class

Great things were definately happening for the club, including new members David and Jackie Jackson joing with there sweet 1968 Pontiac

Steve Bright's always awesome 1964 Plymouth Valiant took home 3rd Place in the Chrysler/Plymouth class.

Check out the photo gallery and you'll see that LMC had a great day among some fierce competition from many, MANY great cars and trucks! And the best part about it is that it was all for a GREAT cause! Cancer has touched us all at one time or other, in one way or another, and these kids deserve all the support we can give them. Thanks to all that attended, and we'll see you next time!


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