Our Gold medalists this month are Mel & Lois
Weatherford, Texas with their 1981 Chevy Corvette.
Of special interest, is the beautiful red and
silver paint job. In 1981 Corvette's were
produced with two different types of paint.
Lacquer was applied at the St. Louis plant, and
enamel was applied at the new Bolling Green plant.
Congratulations Mel & Lois, and good luck
to you in our "2002" Nationals Car Show.
Taking home the Silver with his 1949 Chevy Pick-up
is Randy Bauer of Sherman Oaks. Randy is one of
our recent success stories. Within one week of
becoming an MVC member, he was called to
participate in the Cadillac Centennial commercial
that we just recently worked on.
THIRD PRIZE goes to Michael Brod
of New York, New York with his 1942 Chrysler New
Yorker Convertible. If you've never seen a 42
Chrysler New Yorker convertible, the reason might
well be that there were only 401 of them ever
The winner of our November's Judges' Drawing held
every month for all those participating in the
car show by casting a vote for their favorite
vehicle is Avery Allred of Addison, Alabama. In
addition to Avery joining Hal
Needham, Jim Brown, Joe Proski, and all this
years other monthly car show judge winners on
MovieVehicles.com's "2002 Nationals Car Show"
judges panel, he is also competing in this
month's car show with his one of a kind 2001 Cub
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