This months Gold winner is Patrick O'Leary of
and his 1969 Plymouth GTX. Plymouth's GTX
convertible is a very rare car in that only 700
of them were manufactured in 1969. The GTX
convertible features exhaust trumpets, reflective
stripes, twin hood scoops, foam bucket seats,
heavy duty Torquelite and heavy duty
Congratulations, Patrick and good luck to you
in our "2002" Nationals Car Show.
Joshua Gudenkauf of Nogales, Arizona takes home
the Silver with his 1950 Ford F-1 pick-up. The F-1
was Ford's first truly new postwar vehicle. Here
is a truck anyone would be proud to park in front
of their house. If the name Gudenkauf looks
familiar, it should be becuase Joshua's bother,
Tim took 3rd prize in September's Car Show with
his 1955 Willys Wagon. Winning seems to run in
THIRD PRIZE goes to Connie Parker .
City, Indiana with her 1961 Nash Metropolitan
convertible. The original Metropolitan was
originally built in England, but xcarried Nash
styling. The two seater offered sporty body
styles and colors and became one of America's
The winner of our October's Judges' Drawing held
every month for all those participating in the
car show by casting a vote for their favorite
vehicle is Beth Svacina of Neehan, Wisconsin.
Beth will join
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. It is apparant she is knowledgeable
about cars as can be seen by looking at her
tricked out 1978 Chevy Camaro Z28.
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