Food, music and cars drew approximately 2,000 people to Centennial Park July 17 for the eighth annual Ogden Air Logistics Complex car show.
Before the parade of the winning vehicles in each of the various categories, Ogden ALC commander Maj. Gen. H. Brent Baker Sr. held a short commander’s call to thank ALC employees for their hard work during the last few months and to also thank those who organized and planned the annual car show and picnic.
The parade of car champions featured winners in 22 different categories ranging from best paint, best all original and most unique to general’s choice.
The winners were:
Best Custom Modified Engine – 1955 Chevy Bel Air, owned by Rod Gallegos.
Best Unique – 2000 Don Davis Dragster, owned by Dan Thompson.
Best Production Race – 1965 Ford Daytona Cobra, owned by Kallen Kerr.
Best Survivor/All Original – 1967 Chevy Corvette, owned by Jace Holt.
Best Custom Owner Built – 1925 Ford T Bucket, owned by Gary Wetzel.
General’s Choice – 1951 Chevy Pickup, owned by Joe Santistevan.
Best Paint (Car) – 1934 Ford 3 Window, owned by John Sowder.
Best 1949 & Older – 1923 Model T Roadster, owned by Corey Dalton.
Best 1950-59 – 1957 Chrysler Imperial LaBaron, owned by Jerry England.
Best 1960-69 – 1969 Chevy Chevelle SS, owned by Les Muchmore.
Best 1970-79 – 1971 Chevy El Camino SS, owned by Curtis Welter.
Best 1980-89 – 1986 Chevy IROC-Z Camaro, owned by Steve Klegin.
Best 1990-99 – 1996 Ford Mustang, owned by John Luck.
Best 2000-Present – 2011 Chevy Camaro 2SS, owned by Michael Delgado.
Best Cruiser/Custom – 2009 Harley Davidson Softtail, owned by Jerry Wilcox.
Best Paint (Motorcycle) – 2011 Yamaha Strataliner, owned by Gordon Hughes.
Best Sport or Race – 2014 Zero DS, owned by Scott Falls.
Best 1959 & older (Truck )- 1950 Chevy Pickup, owned by Carma Baker.
Best 1960 or newer (Truck) – 1970 Chevy El Camino, owned by Lamont Dowden.
Best Paint (Truck) – 1951 Chevy Pickup, owned by Joe Santistevan.
Best Work in Progress – 1935 Chevy Master Deluxe, owned by Scott Crawley.