Virtual Car Show IV- Best In Show
WOW was that a close race! It went right down to the wire! Congratulations to Jeff Altman and his custom 2011 Radio Flyer!
Now it’s time to vote for your favorite out of the weekly winners. Learn a little about each vehicle and then make your choice.
The Winner of Week 1 was Kris Holliday with his 1968 Chevy C10 Pickup.
Here is what Kris said about his vehicle:
I purchased this truck when me and my wife returned from being stationed overseas in Germany for 5 years. I have modified every vehicle I have ever owned and it was time for a real AMERICAN project. I have rebuilt the suspension, replaced the motor with a 383 stroker, added A/C, redid the interior, replaced the exhaust system, replaced all the chrome, replaced the glass, repaired the wiring and everything in between. I have done all the work myself in my home garage. My wife has been very supportive in all my projects and she continues to do so with this one
The winner of Week 2 was Jeffrey Hofferber and his 1990 Nissan 300 ZX
Jeffery said this vehicle has a long history:
This particular Z has led quite an eventful life. It was originally built and designed by Chris Ditty. Chris sold it to my father-in-law and after me begging him for it for several years, he finally gave in and sold it to me this past year. It has appeared in numerous ads for Enkei Wheels and Stillen and was also featured in Turbo Magazine.
The winner of Week 3 was The Elgin Fire Department – Crawds N Rods and their custom built 1933 Ford Factory 5 Roadster
Here is what the Elgin Fire Department had to say about their vehicle:
The firefighters at the Elgin Fire Department have outdone themselves again. On May 11, 2013 we will be giving away this 33 Ford roadster that was designed by Factory 5 and built by the guys on the Elgin Fire Department. The car has a GM Performance 35 H.O. 330 HP crate motor. B&M TH 350 automatic transmission. Polished 17X8 and 20X10 Coys C-5 Wheels. Leather seats, tilt steering, and an awesome Kicker audio system.
The winner of week 4 was Jeff Altman and his custom 2011 Radio Flyer
Hey! We said it was open to all makes and models of vehicles. Here is what Jeff had to say about his unique vehicle:
Remember as a Child pulling a Wagon up a hill and trying to ride it down the Hill, well I got lazy and built a custom frame and installed a Motor so now I drive to the top and anywhere else.
You have seen them all, now it’s time to vote for your favorite! You can vote once per day until midnight on Sunday, March 31st. Winner of “Best in Show” will receive a $250 prize, a trophy and braggin’ rights! Good luck to our final four contestants.