The "Hot Town" was Chocolate Town U.S.A. Hershey as it is know for our 4th Annual Oldsmobile Buick and Pontiac Show on August 14, 2016.
Temperatures were in the mid to high 90's and the heat index for the show was 106 degrees.Our membership was concerned all week prior about forecasted rain but that did not happen while the heat-wave did.
While the weather cut back on some of our participants the show was well attended and of course everyone enjoyed the new Museum displays for the summer of 2016.
We want to thank the entire staff of the AACA Museum for all their help in promoting and allowing us to have our show on the grounds each year, especially Dan our liaison for the day as he always makes sure we need nothing!
Special thanks to our favorite food vendor "Fryers on Tyres" for all the home cooked food to order and on a day like this many flavors of sno-cones. If you have an event please look Dorinda and family up they are the best!
Thanks to all the owners of the beautiful cars on display and all of the judges had a hard time picking the top three from each division as they were outstanding.
Bet of show by Dan from the AACA Museum went to Bob and Carolyn Archer for their 1959 Oldsmobile 88 convertible
Second to Bill Gale for his 1974 Cutlass Salon
Third to Dennis Horton for his 1965 Cutlass Convertible
First place to Portersfield & Scheid Funeral Home for their 1963 Buick Lesabre Herse unrestored original
Second was a tie between:
Darrell Ingold for his 1985 Rivera Convertible
Kacey May for his 1984 Grand National
First place to Connie Hooks for her 1986 Pontiac 2+2 Bubble Back Areo Coupe
Second Place Robert Jones for his 1977 Can Am
Third Place to AJ & Carol Koszi for their 1962 Grand Prix which also won the Presidents Award.