Saginaw classic show is a success
Image: MGSpiller 2008
Hundreds of classic cars and vintage vehicles of all kinds were present during the recent auto show held in Saginaw, Michigan, with enthusiasts and local crowds entertained and enthralled by the motoring heritage on display.
While many keen owners turned up with the hope of taking home a prize during the event, just seven vehicles were selected across varying categories, to be recognised for their quality.
A 1975 Chevrolet Caprice won the Headliner award for its owner Jeffrey Hill, with a local newspaper picking it out of the crowd, thanks to its well maintained body and iconic status.
The Chevrolet Caprice was joined by other winners, including a 1932 Ford Street Rod belonging to Doug Orwig and a 1965 Plymouth Belvedere, the latter of which went home with the prize for best engine.
Meanwhile, the best paint award was given to Paul Bauschatz, who had spruced up his 1955 Chevrolet Delray to an impressive degree.
The success of the show is being seen as a real positive by organisers and it is thought that it will be back again next year, to keep up public interest and serve the local community of auto enthusiasts.