2016 Class Winners
AWARDS CEREMONY SLIDESHOW - CLICK ON EACH PHOTO
2016 Featured Class BMW
1st Place - Chevy Z28 Camaro - Dave Sedeki
2nd Place - 1968 GT500 Shelby Mustang
1st Place - 1948 Mercury Cunningham Town Car - Tony Handler
2nd Place - 1941 Packard Limousine - Neal Graffy
BMW Pre 72
1st Place -1958 BMW Isetta - Matt Callens
2nd Place - N/A
BMW Post 72
1st Place - 1974 BMW 3.0 GS Alpina - Simon Harrison
2nd Place - 1990 BMW M3 - Cody Barry
1st Place - 1939 Bugatti Type 57C - Dana Williamson
2nd Place - 1925 Bentley Sport Touring - Candy Lyon
1st Place - Michael Hammer - 1958 Vega FVS Series Sport Coupe
2nd Place - 1961 Facel Vega HR 500 - Janet & Raphael Bertolus
1st Place - 1938 Packard 1600 - Ryan Brown
2nd Place - 1937 Cord Cabriole - Chris Cord
1st Place - 1948 Ford Woody - Thomas Long
2nd Place - 1978 Clenet Series 1 - Conner Rehage
1st Place - 1951 Baldwin Special 3 - Stu Hansen
2nd Place - 1940 Handmade Sprint Car - Seth Hammond
1st Place - 1953 MG TD - Russ Firestone
2nd Place - 1934 Ford Pickup - Mike Green
1st Place - 1930 Graham Model 46 - John Vandyke
2nd Place - 1915 Ford Model T - Roy Miller
Sports Under 2 Liter
1st Place - 1959 Porsche 356 - Leslie & Robert Heinz
2nd Place - 1960 Fiat Abarth 750GT Zagato
Sports Over 2 Liter
1st Place - 1953 Ferrari 250 Europa Cabriolet - Dick Wolf
2nd Place - 1967 Lancia SS - Robert Giaimo
1st Place - 1960 Fiat Jolly - Maria Wilson
2nd Place - N/A
1st Place - 1968 BMW Rb9us - Eugene Carlin
2nd Place - 1955 BMW R67/3 - Paul Hughes
1st Place - Vincent Motorcycle - Doug McKenzie
2nd Place - N/A
1st Place - Frank Ceros
2nd Place - Doug McKenzie
1st Place - Doug McKenzie
2nd Place - John Stein
Special Recognition Story
Many months ago, I asked Ryan to present the Restoration Journey of his 1938 Packard to AACA. I also asked that he enter the MMC, yes on both. For those that know the "Show" circuit, a 1938 Packard is not a car that would be sought after by any "Class Host". That comment is not intended to be disrespectful, just factual.
Here's the story:
Ryan was given the model of a 1938 Packard when he was 10. Ryan was obsessed by the Packard and decided he would find the full size car after his Father passed, now 14. About this time, 3 years ago, Ryan and his Mother Laurie joined AACA. Several members of AACA were excited to help Ryan with the total rebuild of the car. Except for a few systems of the car, mainly interior, Ryan did almost all of the work.
With a month to go, several important details needed completion; wiring, upholstery, and final assembly.
Ryan worked feverously to get the car ready for the Show.
Finally, at 12:01am 9-25, the car was ready!
There were several very fine cars represented in Ryan's Class, especially a 1930 Duesenberg and a 1937 Cord Cabriolet. The significance of the Cord is with presenter, Chris Cord. Chris is was of E. L. Cord, founder of Cord Motor Company. The Cord entered was E.L. cord's personal car!
Only at our venue would Ryan stand a chance winning.
The story of the Packard spread among the other owners in his class. These wonderful Entrants voted for Ryan. Ryan's Packard won 1st in his Class!
Dana Newquist, MMC Co-chair