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Classic Cruisers Car Show

Bill Naquin, above at left, of Gloucester, displayed his 1920 Model T Ford during at the Middle Peninsula Classic Cruisers Car Show held on Saturday at Main Street Center, Gloucester. Below left, Cyndi Wells of Gloucester, won Best in Show for her bright blue 1957 Chevy Bel Air. Below center, Holly Hall of Heathsville, won the prize for Best Mopar with her 1978 Dodge Charger; she also won the prize for traveling the farthest—one hour and 40 minutes. Below right, Ant’s GANG (Going After New Goals) presented the Best Team Trophy to John Shelton and his son Jayden Shelton, from left, at the car show. The duo worked together on their 1973 Plymouth Duster with a 440 Big Block as a father-son project. Ant’s GANG was started in memory of Anthonie “Ant” Whitt.


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