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NEWS AND NOTES

Der Dutchman Cruise-In:

Another Thursday evening of perfect weather led to 320 cars in attendance at the Der Dutchman Cruise-In.

This coming Thursday, June 6th, will be a special Memorial Cruise-In, Remembering Our Loved Ones.

A table will be set up for anyone to bring memories of a loved one you wish to honor be it a spouse, friend, parent, or other family member.

It should be a big night if the weatherman cooperates.

Honda Motorsports Marysville Bike & Car Night:

Honda Motorsports in Marysville, Ohio held its monthly bike and car night on Friday evening.

Besides a few hours each month to hang out with your bike and car buddies, the event offers free food from the Triple P Barbeque Co. food truck, giveaways, refreshments, and dyno runs of your motorcycle.

With the nice weather on Friday, there was a good mix of cars and bikes.

Richwood Bank Coffee & Cars:

The Richwood Bank in Delaware, Ohio hosted its second Coffee and Cars Cruise-in of the season on Saturday morning.

Bryan Mauger brought his 1970 Monte Carlo and the owners of his previous 1972 Monte Carlo stopped by the cruise-in. This provided a nice opportunity for a side-by-side photo of the two cars.

The lucky winner of the raffle drawing went home with a bottle of Horse Soldier Straight Bourbon Whiskey.

Bryan Lewis Memorial Car Show:

The second annual Bryan Lewis Memorial Car Show took place Saturday at the Upper Arlington Lutheran Church in Hilliard, Ohio. Carz and Causez hosted the show for the second year in a row. Jim McGruder was the DJ and MC. Food and refreshments were provided by the High School Ministry of the Upper Arlington Lutheran Church. There was the option to pay for your food with a credit card which you don't see at most car shows.

The show registered 132 cars on Saturday. Awards plaques were presented to the "Favorite" 45 plus five "Specialty" awards. The Specialty awards included DJ's Choice, Church Choice, Charity's Choice, Sponsors Choice, and the Bryan Lewis Memorial Award. The winner of the Bryan Lewis Award also received a custom-made trophy in the form of a table lamp.

Here are the "Specialty" winners:

This year's Bryan Lewis Memorial Award went to Dave Chase with a 1969 Chevy Camaro.

Final Thoughts: You couldn't ask for a better-organized show. The parking lot of the Upper Arlington Lutheran Church is huge with wide parking spaces. There were clean restroom facilities inside the Church. The awards presentation started and 3 PM and was finished before 3:30 PM. Hats off to Carz and Causez for a show well done.

Crossroads Car, Truck, & Bike Show at Chubby Hawaiian:

The Crossroads Events team was back at the Chubby Hawaiian Grill in Baltimore, Ohio on Saturday hosting the June car show at the restaurant.

This month it was two C7 Corvettes taking home the top awards.

The Veteran Owned Award went to Jeff Dixon and his 2014 Chevy Corvette.

Tom Decker and his 2016 Chevy Corvette received the Best of Show honors.

Auto Smarts Cruise & Ride at Grove City Baptist Church:

Dan "Boots" Longenette and the Auto Smarts team "officially" kicked off its 2024 Cruise & Ride Tour on Saturday at the Grove City Baptist Church.

The show registered more than 100 cars.

Dale Pearce's 1950 Chevy 3100 pickup truck received the Ladies Pick award.

For the third weekend in a row, David Anderson's 1940 Supercharged Ford Tudor convertible received Best of Show.

Dog Face K9s Car & Bike Show:

Quaker Steak & Lube on Lyra Drive in Columbus, Ohio was the location for the Dog Face K9s Car & Bike Show on Saturday.

Organized and run by Zenith Kustoms, the show benefitted Dog Face K9s, a non-profit organization that trains veterans and dogs into self-service teams.

The show registered 80 plus cars. Awards were presented to the Top 30 along with custom trophies for Best Bike, Best Modern Muscle, Best Classic Muscle, Best Truck, Best Import, Best Paint, Best Custom, Best Rod, Best Chevy, Best Mopar, Best For Ford, Best Work in Progress, and Best Original.

The Best of Show Award went to Scott Varney and his 1956 Oldsmobile Super 88.

Here are more cars from the show:

From the report I received, it was a well-organized show. The awards presentation started on time and moved right along. Kudos to Zenith Kustoms.

Jerome Township Community Car Show:

Jeff Shankle dropped by the Jerome Township Community Car Show on Saturday. The show took place in Plain City, Ohio, and benefitted The Fallen 15.

Jeff estimated there were more than 100 cars in attendance.

Here are some of the photos Jeff took at the show:

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1960 Chevy 2-Door Biscayne - Owners: David & Sharon Wray

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NEWS AND NOTES

Der Dutchman Cruise-In:

Thanks to the warm temperatures attendance was down a little this week at 297 cars.

The weekly cruise-in at the restaurant in Plain City, Ohio has become so popular even the police are attending.

Also in attendance this week was the first mid-engine Corvette with a Lingenfelter Supercharger Package. This package takes the LT2 engine in the C8 Corvette from 495 HP up to 700 HP.

Two other cars really stood out at this week's cruise-in. Bryan Mauger's 1970 Chevy Monte Carlo and a deep red second-generation Corvette convertible. Both cars were every bit worthy of Best of Show status.

There will be a celebration of life for Wayne's late wife, Luella, this Thursday, June 8. The long-range forecast is calling for partly sunny skies with temperatures in the low 70s. Wayne would love to see 500 cars attend.

Richwood Bank Coffee and Cars:

Between 30 and 40 cars turned out Saturday morning for the Richwood Bank Coffee and Cars Cruise-In in Delaware, Ohio.

Participants could enjoy a free cup of coffee or latte from the coffee shop inside the bank. A donuts and coffee truck was set up in the parking lot for those wishing a little more than coffee.

The cruise-in ended with a door prize raffle. The top prize was a bucket of car cleaning products and a fifth of Old Forester Bourbon.

Bryan Lewis Memorial Car Show:

Carz and Causez hosted its first-ever car show on Saturday at the Upper Arlington Lutheran Church in Hilliard, Ohio. The show was in honor of Bryan Lewis, a member of the Empty Pockets Car Club, who passed away in 2021.

Despite the very warm temperatures, the event registered 154 cars. Food and refreshments were available from the Corn Dog Castle food truck. DJ Ronnie Wineka spun the toons during the afternoon. All proceeds from the show will benefit the Learning 4 Life Farm.

Awards were presented to the "Favorite 45" cars along with DJ's Choice, Sponsor's Choice (Vienna Door Company), Church's Choice, Charity's Choice, and the Bryan Lewis Memorial Award.

Here are the "Choice" winners:

The Bryan Lewis Memorial Award was presented to Derek Hayes and his 1983 Zimmer Gold Spirit.

Here are some of the "Favorite 45" from the show:

It turned out to be a pretty good day for some of the members of the Rusty Lug Nutz Facebook Group.

Left to right: Dr. Ron Rogers, Cindy Rogers, Dale Pearce, and William Brown

Auto Smarts Radio Cruise & Ride at Grove City Baptist Church:

Dan "Boots" Longenette and the Auto Smarts Radio Crew hosted their second car show of the season at the Grove City Baptist Church Saturday afternoon.

The show registered 120 cars. A line of thunder showers moved through the area around 5 PM soaking everyone and everything. The rain moved out allowing Boots to hand out the awards early. Unfortunately, the Best of Show winner, Chip Cooper, and his 1968 Camaro left the show early so he didn't receive the trophy.

Here's a little slideshow of some of the cars from the show before and after the rain.

Trisha's Rescue Car and Bike Show:

The Newark Eagles Club in Newark, Ohio was the site of Trisha's Rescue Car and Bike Show on Sunday.

Proceeds from the show hosted by Trisha Wilson go to rescue, spay, and neuter stray dogs and cats.

With slightly cooler temperatures on Sunday than on Saturday, the show registered 103 cars.

There were door prizes and a 50/50 raffle. Everyone who registered a car got a door prize ticket.

Bounce houses were set up for the kids to have some fun.

The show presented awards to the "Top 30". In addition, there were awards for Best GM, Best Ford, Best Mopar, Best Truck, Best Bike, Best Import, and Trisha's Pick.

Here are the Best Of winners:

Greg Everingham took home Trisha's Pick with his 1954 Cadillac Series 62.

Other Area Shows:

  • Big Dawg and the C-Town Cruisers hosted a show at The Point On Main Street Sports Bar and Grill on Sunday. The show registered 68 cars. The Best of Show honors went to Ted Tickle and his 1969 Mercury Cougar XR7.

  • There were 85 cars in attendance Saturday evening at the Rod Knockers monthly show at the Rural King in Marion, Ohio. Here are a few of the cars that attended the show.
  • Although technically not an area show, our good friend, Chris Kraner, participated in the Ford Nationals at Carlisle, Pennsylvania with his Torino this weekend. There were approximately 4000 cars in attendance.

That's it for this week's report. As I mentioned, next week, especially Saturday, has a ton of events. I'll try to report on as many shows as possible.

I want to thank Dale Pearce, Dave Bratton, Anthony Musick, Jeff Shankle, Chad Herrick, and Chris Kraner for contributing to this week's report.

I hope everyone has a good week.

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