Central Arizona College Aravaipa hosts second annual car show – fine cars, great food and fabulous fun

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By Nina Crowder

The Central Arizona College (CAC) Aravaipa campus hosted a fun and successful car show on Saturday, April 27, 2013. There were many beautiful cars, hamburgers and hot dogs, great music playing and many people out enjoying the day.

Antiques, hot rods, motorcycles, even a monster truck was awaiting us at this year’s CAC car show. It doesn’t matter what type of car you might be interested in there are many to choose from that will peak your interest. Seeing all the incredible work that has been done to these vehicles is just amazing.

For those interested in learning about cars, there are a lot of great educational opportunities at car shows. Most of the vehicle owners are happy to talk about their vehicles and what they have done with the vehicle.

Some people find that attending a car show is inspiring for them to work on their own car. Some people even end up buying a car after the car show. This can be a great hobby and since most cars that are maintained and restored properly resell for good prices, it can also be a great investment.

Many families enjoy going to car shows because it is a great activity held outdoors and allows most people some great quality bonding time. We are able to break free from our normal, busy routine and get out and look at some beautiful cars.

The results of this year’s car show are as follows:

Pre 1940’s: First place was Neil Behdler of Globe, second place was Vic Gonzalez of San Manuel.

1040-1955: First place was Ron Crowley of Globe.

1956 -1968: First place was Lou & Dee Moore of Oracle, second place was Chris Perea of San Manuel.

1969-1975: First place was Salvador Ortiz of Oracle.

1976-Present: First place was Rick Pauling of Gold Canyon, second place was Paul Machowski of Tucson.

Low Rider: First place was Ruben Lopez of Dudleyville, second place was Juan Echeverria of Oracle.

1950-1968 Truck: First place was Jim Breithopf of Tucson and second place was Cassie Lopez of Dudleyville.

Motorcycle: First place was Bryan Plumb, second place was Ray Snyder of Florence.

1976 – Present Truck: First place was Floyd Livinggood of Globe.

4X4: First place was Richard Cruce of San Manuel, second place was Owen O’Brien of Kearny.

Under Construction: First place was Rick Horner of Globe, second place was Rick Scofield of San Manuel.

Foreign Car/Truck: First place was Risa Waldt, Roadster First place was Cassie Lopez of Dudleyville.

Best of Show: First place was Jim Breithopf of Tucson.

Congratulations to all the winners and thank you all for coming out and having a good time.

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