Chuck Moore of Queensbury was the Best of Show Car and Super Wheels Qualifier Winner at the 20th annual Ticonderoga Area Car Show.
The 20th annual Ticonderoga Area Car Show was a great success, according to organizers, thanks to support from area businesses, the community, visitors, volunteers and sponsors.
“Without the dedicated sponsors the Ticonderoga Area Car Show would not be possible,” said Matthew Courtright, Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce executive director. “On behalf of the chamber, the town, the community and area visitors I would like to thank each and every one of our sponsors.”
The chamber sponsors the car show.
Proceeds from the show benefit the chamber of commerce in its efforts to serve, market and promote the Ticonderoga area, host events for the community and area visitors, provide small business support and services, assist area organization with their events and projects and more, Courtright said.
“We would like to give a big thanks to all of the participants in the 20th annual Ticonderoga Area Car Show,” Courtright said. “You truly give this event its excitement and energy. In addition we would like to thank the vendors from this year’s event.”
Ticonderoga Area Car Show winners include:
Super Wheels Qualifiers: Chuck Moore of Queensbury
Best of Show Car: Chuck Moore of Queensbury
Best of Show Truck: Vinnie Covino of Middle Granville
Best of Show Street Rod: Bill McGreevy of Wilmington
Best of Show Motorcycle: Joseph Norton of Crown Point
Best Display Winner: Tom Neddo Jr. of Crown Point
Fans’ Choice: Norm Westover of Moriah Center
Chamber’s Choice: Russell Burke of Port Henry
Most Likely To Get Pulled Over: Bruce and Heidi Little, Starksboro, Vt.
Club Participation: Champlain Valley Classic Cruisers
Muffler Rap: Trent Abare, Ticonderoga
Piston Toss: Reggie Decker
Class A/Stock to 59: 1, Chuck Moore; 2, Shelby McDonough; 3, Chip and Kathy Button
Class B/Stock 60 to 79: 1, David Seeley; 2, Bev Delpha; 3, Larry and Margaret Lauman
Class C/Stock 80 to Present: 1, Bob Baxter; 2, Mike Speshock; 2, Richard and Agnes LaValley
Class D/Corvettes to 67: 1, Bill Steffes; 2, Ray Papandrea; 3, Peter and Tracy Gath
Class E/Corvettes 68 to 82: 1, Sharon Lancto; 2, John Palmer; 3, Lee Wetherbee
Class F/Corvettes 83 to Present: 1, Wayne Taylor; 2, Douglas Lancto; 3, Mark Noble
Class G/Hot Rods: 1, Franklin Bennett Sr.; 2, Diana Seymour; 3, Pat Cramer
Class H/Rat Rods & Retro Rods: 1, Stephan Ferrett; 2, Mark and Shena Walantus; 3, Bob Thompson
Class I/Street Rods & T-Buckets: 1, Bill McGreevy; 2, Jerry Kuhn; 3, Mike Stipo
Class J/Camaro/Firebird: 1, Jim Farnsworth; 2, Brad Vincent; 3, Mary Lou Palmer
Class K/Mustangs 64 to 73: 1, Robert Ladieu; 2, Gary Gates; 3, Nicole Bigelow
Class L/Mustangs 74 to 93: 1, Bob Urban; 2, Dennis Coderre; 3, Tom Calkins
Class M/Mustangs 94 to 2004: 1, Richard Sanderson; 2, Gary McCoy
Class N/Mustangs 2005 to Present: 1, Tom Small; 2, Lawrence Hargett; 3, Michael Cordeiro
Class O/Foreign Cars: 1, Pete Green; 2, Todd and Tonya Condon; 3, Joe Shaw
Class P: No Entrants
Class Q/Trucks Stock: 1, Donald LaDue ; 2, David Decker; 3, Dennis and Dale Kelly
Class R/Trucks Personalize Stock All Years: 1, James Provost; 2, Tom Neddo; 3, Timothy Donovan
Class S/Trucks Modified: 1, Fred Drake; 2, Jimmer and Brenda Sherman; 3, Christine and Matt Malliday
Class T/Personalized Stock to 79: 1, Travis Greene; 2, Richard Bennett; 3, Tim and Trambrie Alden
Class U/Personalized Stock 80 to Present: 1, Jerry Franco
Class V/PT Cruisers & HHR’s: 1, Lester Armstrong
Class W/Special Interest: 1, Chazy Vol. Fire Dept.; 2, Norm Monette; 3, Dan Halpert
Class X/Factory Muscle Cars: 1, Wayne Burch; 2,: Larry Huestis; 3, Norman Westover
Class Y/Motorcycles: 1, Joseph Norton; 2, Fred Pelerin; 3, Tom Huryn
Class Z/Trikes: 1, Bill Perkins; 2, Robert Perkins
Class AA/Street Machines: 1, Frank and Angie Stunzi; 2, Kent Belden; 3, Russ Tuede
Show sponsors include:
$500 level — Dunkin Donuts of Ticonderoga and Tony’s Ticonderoga Sports
$250 level — Christopher Chevrolet Buick, Crown Point Barbecue, Egglefield Ford and Fred’s Auto Repair
$100 level — Adirondack Auto Group, Adirondack Molding & Millworks, Al’s Excavating, Brannock Properties, Bridge Point Communication, D.L. Paige Building & Excavating, Dulac’s Bookkeeping & Tax Preparation / Reynolds Logging, ErrandsZippedy, Hayes Contracting, Hong Kong Jade, International Paper, Kneucraft Fine Jewelry & Design, Loremans’, NYSCOPBA – Moriah Shock, Port Henry Service Center, The Wind Chill Factory, Ticonderoga Federal Credit Union, Ticonderoga Kiwanis Club, Village Auto and Wagon Wheel Restaurant
$60 level — AWS – AT&T Authorized Retailer, Best Western Plus Ticonderoga Inn & Suites, Champlain National Bank, Champlain Valley Heating and Plumbing, Denton Publications, Glens Falls National Bank, Hot Biscuit Diner, Jay’s Sunoco, Jim’s Body Shop & Towing, Lockrows, Inc, NAPA Auto Parts, Rathbun Jewelers, Sanders Realty, Snug Harbor Marina, The Country Florist & Gifts, The Old Mine, Ticonderoga Paint & Decorating and Wilcox & Regan Funeral Home
Additional sponsors — Adirondack Outhouses by Tyler, Advanced Auto, Alexander Shmulsky Attorney at Law, Avery Energy, Best Western Ticonderoga Inn & Suites, Bob Douglas, Christopher Chevrolet, Classic Industries, Crown Point Citgo, ErrandsZippedy, Fort Ticonderoga America’s Fort, Hagerty Insurance, Hannaford, Jegs, Joyce O’Kusky, Maple Ridge Family Restaurant, Rathbun Jewlers, Ron’s Lawn Care, Ross & Nancy Kelley, Stoney Lonesome B&B, Summit Racing, Tenneco (Dynomax), Thatcher Realty, The Old Mine, Tony’s Ticonderoga Sports, Wagon Wheel Restaurant, Wal-Mart and Woodmen of the World Life Insurance & Financial Planning.
Vendors at the show included: Capital Photo, Cooking & Cruising, Crazy Legs Cool Stuff, Dunkin Donuts of Ticonderoga, Frenchy’s / Ron Dogs, German Wurst Haus, Mountain View Painting and Crafts, Napa Auto Parts, Recue Tape Distribution, Smitty’s Funnel Cakes, Ticonderoga High School FBLA, The Powder Works and Woodmen of the World Life Insurance / Financial Planning.