Classic cars, trucks
shine at annual show
Cindy Davis, left, and Lisa Barrett smile, along with a passerby, smile as Dennis Solway
honks the horn of his 1938 Chevrolet.
T-G Photos by David Melson
his classic mid-1950s Chevrolet pickup has seen its share of use over the years
Jason Sons shows off his 1987 Ford Crown Victoria with police package, set up as a replica of a patrol car from the “In The Heat of the Night” movie and television series.
Morris Helton looks over a mid-1960sFord pickup. Helton was displaying a 1980sOldsmobile and also owns a 1957 Ford Fairlane
“Patina,” a weathered look, is popular among many classic vehicle owners. The owner of this truck, which was
unattended and didn’t have an owner’s sheet in the window, makes a strong point.
Bobby Albritton of Hickman, Tennessee, polishes his 1967 ChevelleSS396 as show judging begins. That’s a doll, nota real child, at right leaning against the Chevelle.
Three 1970s Pontiac Trans Ams and a 1960s Camaro attracted attention. The black Trans Am is owned by Tammy and Matt Mooneyhan.
The folding hood of a 1938 Terraplane owned by Bill Jarboe makes a visual impact
May 10, 2022
A good crowd braved light rain on a cool Saturday to check out the vehicles at the Celebration City Region Car Club’s annual Car & Truck Show at The Celebration’s pavilion. Net proceeds were distributed to organizations serving the needy.