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The award winners have been announced for the second York US30 Heritage Days and 16th annual York Reunion.

The event was held on Friday and Saturday, July 7-8, at the Eastern Museum of Motor Racing at the Latimore Valley Fairgrounds near York Springs.

A number of the winners came from York County.

The People's Choice award was won by Mike and Connie Szczepanski from Winona, Minnesota. Mike Szczepanski did nearly everything himself in preparing the “Tokyo Rose” World Championship car — the body, engine, interior and paint — with the only exception being the lettering on the race car.

The award winners for the event are as follows:

CRUISE-IN AWARDS

GM

First Place: Dave Ness, Dallastown, 1960 Chevrolet Station Wagon.

Second Place: John Czachowrowski, Wilmington, Delaware, 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle.

FOMOCO

First Place: Glenn Kriner, Grantville, 1969 Ford Mustang.

Second Place: Jim Martin, Nottingham, Maryland, 1967 Ford Fairlane.

MOPAR

First Place: Ken Hobbs, Lineboro, Maryland, 1963 Dodge 330.

Second Place: Scott Montgomery, Glenside, 1968 Plymouth Barracuda.

SPECIAL INTEREST

First Place: Tony Barone, Podunk, 1932 Chevy Hot Rod.

Second Place: Bill Czachorowski, Clayton, Delaware, 1936 Ford Pick-up.

BEST OF SHOW

Carl Lynes, Dillsburg, 1959 Chevrolet Pick-up.

DRAG RACING (Wire Wheel)

First Place: Brian Beattie, Macungie, "Great Expectations” T/FD.

Second Place: Dale Broderick, Clinton, Maryland, A/Competition Coupe.

DRAG RACING (Bodied)

First Place: Dick Estevez, Clinton, Maryland, “Daddy Warbucks” Falcon.

Second Place: Brian Wallace, Dillsburg, “Frustration III" Corvette.

PEOPLE’S CHOICE

Mike & Connie Szczepanski, Winona, Minnesota, “Tokyo Rose.”

BEST OF SHOW

Bruce Larson, Dauphin, “USA-1” AA/Funny Car.

BILL “GRUMPY” JENKINS AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

The Montgomery Family, Jenkintown.

KEN MONTGOMERY GOOD GUY AWARD

Randy and Yvonne Davis, Littlestown.

NOSTALGIA PERSON OF THE YEAR

Jim Stuempfle, Exton. Ford Fairlane Club of America (Display).

Original: Todd Staley, Gettysburg, 1968 Ford Torino GT.

Unusual: Marley Gross II, Spring Grove, 1968 Ford Pace Car.

Modified: Dennis Lamm, Newmanstown, 1967 Fairlane GT.

 

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