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Tour de Terrace car show was better than ever


The Tour de Terrace Car, Truck and Motorcycle show was a huge hit this year. People of all ages swarmed in to get to take in the aisles of automobiles. Car owners came together to show off their pride and joy, and to share their memories from the times that their classic cars reigned king.

The car show filled practically all of Evergreen Playfields 4 and 5, located behind the MLT pavilion. There was no charge to get in. Ballots were handed out and viewers were able to choose their favorite car for each category: Best Work In Progress, Best Bike, Best Import, Best Hot Rod, Best Rat Rod, Most Unusual Entry, Best Survivor, Best Truck, Best Paint, Best Ford, Best General Motors, best Chrysler, Best In Show, and Mystery Judge’s Pick.

The results were revealed at the end of the show.

Best Work In Progress

Geoffrey Lynville’s 36′ Buick Business Coupe


1st Place – Geoffrey Lynville’s ’36 Buick Business Coupe

2nd Place – Emigelio Rios’ ’64 Chevrolet Impala

3rd Place – Brian Murphy’s ’81 Chevrolet Camaro


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Best Bike

Scott Coulson’s ’93 Harley Davidson Fat Boy












1st Place – Scott Carlson’s ’93 Harley Davidson Fat Boy

2nd Place – Craig Kringle’s 2000 Harley Davidson Fat Boy

3rd Place – Ian Dickinson’s ’93 Harley Davidson


Best Import

Peter Armato’s ’06 Mitsubishi Evolution












1st Place – Peter Armato’s ’06 Mitsubishi Evolution

2nd Place – Terry Dixon’s ’71 De Tomaso Pantera

3rd Place – Rachel Langdon’s ’06 Mercedes E-55 AMG


Best Hot Rod

Ted Fulmer’s ’33 Ford Roadster












1st Place – Ted Fulmer’s ’33 Ford Roadster

2nd Place – Rory Ruscigne’s ’34 Ford Coupe

3rd Place – Don Annand’s ’32 Ford Sedan


Best Rat Rod

Jeff Bergquist’s ’31 Ford Roadster












1st Place – Jeff Bergquist’s ’31 Ford Roadster

2nd Place – Scott & Lisa Linnane’s ’32 Ford Coupe

3rd Place – Dave Horn’s ’60 Chevrolet El Camino


Most Unusual Entry

Don Ross’ ’64 Amphicar 7/70. This car turns into a boat!












1st Place  – Don Ross’ ’64 Amphicar 7/70


Best Survivor

Dennis Loeber’s ’26 Ford Model T












1st Place – Dennis Loeber’s ’26 Ford Model T


Best Truck

Jim Murray’s ’55 Ford F-150



1st Place – Jim Murray’s ’55 Ford F-150

2nd Place – Gary & Carol Kyle’s ’36 Ford Pickup

3rd Place – Mike Zesbaugh’s A9 Willy Truck


Best Paint


Ken La France’s ’39 Pontiac












1st Place – Ken La France’s ’39 Pontiac


Best Ford

Bob Champion’s ’65 Ford Mustang Fast Back













1st Place – Bob Champion’s ’65 Ford Mustang Fast Back

2nd Place – Dave Calkins’ ’07 Ford Shelby GT

3rd Place – Steve Curtis’ ’66 Ford Thunderbird


Best General Motors

Steve Schelin’s ’88 Chevrolet Corvette












1st Place – Steve Schelin’s ’88 Chevrolet Corvette

2nd Place – Jim Moore’s  ’55 Chevele 2DR H.T.

3rd Place – Bruce & Elaine Nickolson’s ’41 Chevrolet Convertible


Best Chrysler

Tim and Dena Higgins’ ’65 Dodge Coronet 500 Convertible













1st Place – Tim and Dena Higgins’ ’65 Dodge Coronet Convertible

2nd Place – Mark McKinny’s ’68 Dodge Charger

3rd Place  – Mac McBride’s ’48 Chrysler New Yorker


Best In Show 

Skip Baker’s ’65 Shelby Cobra 427 SC












1st Place – Skip Baker’s ’65 Shelby Cobra 427 SC


Mystery Judge’s Pick

Maher Harb’s ’65 Chevrolet Impala









Maher Harb’s ’65 Chevrolet Impala

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Nick Fiorillo
Nick Fiorillo, Editor-in-Chief

Nick Fiorillo is the Editor-in-Chief of the Hawkeye and This is Nick's second year of serving as editor. Last year, he led the Hawkeye in one of the organization's most dramatic transformations in decades, replacing the broadsheet newspaper with a feature based newsmagazine and an emphasis on online content.

Prior to serving as editor-in-chief, Nick was the local news editor during his sophomore year and was a staff reporter during his freshman year.

Nick was named as the 2014 Free Spirit Scholar from Washington state, and traveled to Washington, D.C. as the Washington state delegate to the 2014 Al Neuharth Free Spirit and Journalism Conference. He has received several state and national awards for journalism, including several JEA National Write-off Competition Awards. He was recently awarded the rating of "Superior" for Editorial Writing at the Spring 2014 JEA/NSPA High School Journalism Conference in San Diego, Calif.

His interests include journalism, politics, public policy, law and education. He plans on attending a four-year university and majoring in political science and social policy.

You can view his pressfolio here.

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