Chaney takes best of show honors


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Pictured are the Top 5 winners. They are, from left, Gary Kepplinger, Bo Collins, Randy Wilkin, Patty Smalley and Doug Chaney.


The annual car show sponsored by the Lynchburg Lions Club and Martinsville IOOF was held Oct. 8, at the Lynchburg Lions Club Park. Awards were presented to the Best of Show winner as well as the Best Ford, Best Chrysler, Best General Motors, Best Other and Oldest Car exhibitors.

Plaques were also given to the other Top Twenty winners. All exhibitors received dash plaques as a token of appreciation for their participation. A big thanks is extended to all the sponsors and supporters of the show.

The Best of Show trophy was won by Doug Chaney with a 1969 Chevy Camaro. It was donated by Southern Hills Community Bank. The Best General Motors car plaque was won by Larry and Patty Smalley with a 1964 Chevy Impala SS 409. The Best Ford plaque went to Bo and Debbie Collins with a 1960 F-100. The Best Chrysler car was exhibited by Gary Kepplinger with a 1964 Plymouth Fury. The Best Other plaque was won by Randy and Linda Wilkin with a 1946 Studebaker pickup. The Oldest vehicle award went to Lloyd Reynolds with a 1926 Ford Pierce Arrow Roadster.

The Lynchburg Lions Club provided the food and the Lions Club and Martinsville IOOF co-sponsored the show. All proceeds from the show will be used for these two groups’ community service projects.

Other Top Twenty plaque winners included Nick Barker, Jerry Hammons, Brad and Rhonda Brackett, Larry Teboe, Cliff and Jean Barnes, Lloyd Reynolds, Bob and Marge Campbell, Frank Terwilliger, Virgil McHenry, William Cheek, Lynn Carpenter, Richard Irvin, Don Tumbleson, John Setty, Ray Cook and Mark Bond.

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Pictured are the Top 5 winners. They are, from left, Gary Kepplinger, Bo Collins, Randy Wilkin, Patty Smalley and Doug Chaney.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_Car-show-pic.jpgPictured are the Top 5 winners. They are, from left, Gary Kepplinger, Bo Collins, Randy Wilkin, Patty Smalley and Doug Chaney.

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