Devilish time at Angels' car show

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Memorial car show draws 100 entries

By Phyllis McLaughlin

The Trimble Banner


Visitors to the Asphalt Angels’ October car show were greeted by sunny skies, crisp autumn air and some ghastly sights Sunday, Oct. 11, at Milton City Park.

Angels’ member Joy Kidwell said the seventh annual Terry McCord Memorial Car, Truck and Motorcycle Show reached the 100-entry mark and attracted at least 300 to 400 car fans throughout the day.

Winners were: Best of Show, Nick Weaver of Aurora, Ind., with his 1935 Buick; Best Car, Mike Corya of Commisky, Ind., 1969 Plymouth; Best Truck Ron Bishop of Indian Springs, Ohio, 1948 Ford F-1; Best Motorcycle, A.J. Spicer of Carrollton, Ky., 2001 Harley Davidson; Farthest Traveled, Will Richardson of Germantown, Ohio, for driving 146 miles in his 1971 Ford Thunderbird; and the Redneck Trophy went to Terry Consley of Madison, Ind., for his 1950 Chevy Suburban.