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2013 Piston Ring World of Wheels award winners

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Meguiars Top Ten Car Crazy Finalists

(no particular order)

Dave Frost, Lockport: 1989 Ford Ranger Pick-up

Jim McNeill, Great Falls, Mb: 1937 Ford

Harry Prokop, St. Andrews: 1949 Anglia

Gordon Gaudes, Winnipeg: 1965 Pontiac GTO

Tim Richards, Winnipeg: 1969 Camaro Pace Car

Walter Dyck, East St. Paul: 1955 Chevrolet Convertible

Terry Smith, Winnipeg: 1970 Dodge Dart Convertible

Paul Roy, Winnipeg: 1954 Plymouth Wagon

Darrell Bracken, Headingley: 1950 Plymouth Coupe

Jason Reske, Winnipeg: 1964 Oldsmobile Dynamic 88 Convertible

Mayors Choice: Jim Cornwall: 1951 Monarch

Julie Verrier Companion of the Year Award: Lacey Tymchuk

Female Road Enthusiast Special Honor (F.R.E.S.H) (presented by CC Customs): Kim Shaw, Winnipeg, 1966 Ford Mustang Convertible

Summit Racing Equipment Kids Choice Award: Kevin Affleck, The Pas Mb. 1967 VW Bus

Mid Canada's Finest Five

(presented by Total Performance, no particular order):

Moe Favreau, Steinbach: 1973 Plymouth Duster

Jason Reske, Winnipeg: 1964 Olds Dynamic 88

Debbie Schoenbourn, Selkirk: 1971 Camaro SS

Tom Neufeld, Tourond Mb: 1967 Pontiac Acadian

Terry Smith, Winnipeg: 1970 Dodge Dart Convertible

Outstanding Manitoba Entries Big 3

(presented by The Gauthier Automotive Group)

GM: Gordon Gaudes, Winnipeg, 1965 Pontiac GTO

Ford: Julius Eugene, Winnipeg, 1941 Ford Coupe

Mopar: Miles Watsko, Dugald Mb: 1964 Plymouth Savoy

Muscle Car Café

(presented by Ground Up Restorations):

Miles Watsko, Dugald Mb, 1964 Plymouth Savoy

Cruiser of The Year

(presented by Willy's Garage)

Darrell Bracken, Headingley Mb, 1950 Plymouth Coupe

Randy Reyher Memorial Award Exhibitors Choice

Darryl and Faye Lee 1955 Chevrolet Belair Luverne Nd.

Drag Racers Association of Manitoba Youth Achievement Award: Dean Gauthier, Winnipeg Mb.

Best Surf Board in Show: Flo and Joanne Bremaud

Trader Club Challenge Best Club Display:

First Place: Red River Jeep Club

Second Place: Manitoba Street Rod Association

Third Place: AMC Club of Manitoba

Rising Star (25 years of age or under):

Hunter Romas, Winnipeg, 1970 Pontiac GTO

Outstanding Engineered: Larry Hosaluk, 1937 Lincoln Woody Wagon

Outstanding Paint: Walter Dyck, East St. Paul Mb, 1955 Chevrolet Convertible, Jim Bird, Okotokes, Alberta, 1969 Dodge Charger R/T

Lone Star Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Awards

Best Ladies Bike: Georgette Jhass, Winnipeg, 1997 Harley Davidson Sportster

Outstanding Paint: Budd Bier, Winnipeg, 2003 Polaris Victory Vegas

Outstanding Engine: Terry Stoker-, Thompson Mb, 2011 Custom Build Chopper

Best in Show: Tony Bowen, St. Andrews Mb, 2010 Harley Davidson Road Glide

Best in Show Categories

Best Bike: Darryl Paterson, Winnipeg, 2012 Pro Street Custom

Best Restored: Bruce Tchida, Hastings Mn, 1970 SS Chevelle Convertible

Best Rod: Denis Verrier, Headingley, 1935 Chevrolet Roadster

Best Street Machine: Harry Prokop, St. Andrews Mb,

1949 Anglia

Best Truck: Dave Frost, Lockport Mb, 1989 Ford Ranger

Best Custom: Jim and Judy Lippert, Green, Kansas, 1967 Chevy Nova

CASI Cup Award (as chosen by Championship Auto Shows Inc.): Jim and Judy Lippert, Green, Kansas, 1967 Chevy Nova

Maple Leaf Award -- Best Non Manitoba Vehicle in Show (presented by Space Age Tire Ltd., Steinbach Mb.):

Jim and Judy Lippert, Green, Kansas, 1967 Chevy Nova

Manitoba's Best Award -- Best Manitoba Entry First Time Shown (presented by Rondex): Harry Prokop, St.Andrews Mb, 1949 Anglia

The preceding list of winner's names was submitted by Piston Ring World of Wheels chairman Bob Chubala.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition April 19, 2013 F2

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