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NEWS AND NOTES
The Point on Main Annual Halloween Spooktacular
The C-Town Cruisers hosted its annual Halloween Spooktacular at The Point on Main Sports Bar and Grill on Saturday.
The show had 33 vehicles in attendance. Trophies were presented to the Top 25 along with awards for Best Dressed Vehicle, Best Costume, Best GM, Best Ford, Best Mopar, Best Import, Best Truck, Best Bike, and Best of Show.
The Best of Show award went to the 1967 Chevy Chevelle Malibu belonging to Jim and Rose Horsley.
To see more from The Point On Main Halloween Spooktacular, CLICK HERE.
APWU Trunk or Treat Car Show
On Saturday, the American Postal Workers Union Local 232 hosted a Trunk or Treat car show at its union hall in Reynoldsburg, Ohio. Proceeds from the show went to benefit the Firefighter Christmas Toy Drive.
The show registered 39 cars. Awards were presented to the Top 25, Rick's Pick (aka Best of Show), and Favorite Bike trophy.
The Favorite Bike award went to Corey Holmes with a 2016 Harley Davidson. Don Marcum and his 1956 Ford Victoria received Rick's Pick.
To see the rest of the cars from the APWU Trunk or Treat Car Show, CLICK HERE.
Street Kingz Fall Fling
The Street Kingz Car Club hosted its very first Fall Fling Car Show on Sunday behind the Cold Stone Creamery on Polaris Parkway in Columbus, Ohio. Proceeds from the show went to help cover some of the medical expenses for club member Dan Fancelli.
Along with registration, there were door prizes, a 50/50 raffle, and a silent auction to raise money for Dan. The silent auction included dyno pulls, wine baskets, car care products, and concert tickets just to mention a few.
The show registered 40 cars. There was a nice mix of classic and late-model cars. Awards were presented to the Top 25 plus Best Decorated, Kid's Choice, and Best of Show.
The Best Decorated and Kid's Choice awards went to Chad Herrick and his 2018 Dodge Charger Daytona 392.
Steve Kidwell and Nancy took the Best of Show honors with their 1965 Pontiac GTO.
More cars from the show can be seen HERE.
American Legion Canteen Southway Post 144 Annual Trunk or Treat Car Show
Shaun "Big Dawg" Sanders and the C-Town Cruisers hosted its second trunk or treat show of the weekend at the American Legion Canteen Southway Post 144 in South Columbus on Sunday.
The show had 55 cars in attendance. Here are the Best Costume winners and a few other ghouls and goblins:
Other Area Shows
- Pap's 3rd Annual Trunk or Treat Car Show in Springfield, Ohio had almost 200 cars in attendance on Saturday.
- The corporate-sponsored Columbus Cars and Coffee held its final meet of the season at the Midwestern Auto Group (MAG) dealership in Dublin, Ohio on Saturday morning. Two sources have confirmed that attendance was somewhere in the range of 300 to 400 cars. The event always attracts a large assortment of exotic cars.
That's it for this week. Weather permitting, I plan to do three more shows before finally putting a lid on the 2022 car show season. Look for a report from those shows on November 14. My final thoughts on the 2022 season will appear sometime before Thanksgiving if all goes well.
A big thanks to Jeff Shankle and Dave Bratton for their help with this week's News and Notes.