Wednesday August 27, 2014




More go than blow at YRHS car show

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Staff Photos by Thom Barker

Eldon Breitkreuz in his 1964 Pontiac Parisienne.

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Calin Bugera drives his customized 1981 Murray lawn mower.

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For the first time in the history of the “Go or Blow” event, the car won. The 1990 Chev Lumina, donated by Carl Gilbert, ran at full throttle (max R.P.M. 5100) for a full hour with little more that an occasional puff of smoke from the wheel wells.

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Shayna Kemp does her best Vanna White handing out prizes to the Show and Shine participants.

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Winner of the Pit Crew Challenge, Greg Denbrok shows off his form on way to a one-minute 5.93 second time to jack up a car, take off the wheel, run to the finish line, run back, put the wheel back on and run to the finish line again.

Show and Shine 2014 Winners
Best Body: Jessie Gorski, 1968 Dodge Dart Swinger
Best Engine: Colby Cross, 1965 Ford Falcon Futura
Best Stock: Dustin Balabuck, 2005 Ford Mustang
Best Motorcycle: Lowell Sherwin, 1981 Suzuki GS 850L
Best Interior: Bryce Newton, 1989 GMC School Bus
Best Custom: Hayley Lepowick, 2002 PT Cruiser
Best Truck: Jordan Chrobot, 1997 GMC Sierra 1500 Extended Cab
Teacher’s Choice: Tyson Beyko, 1956 Ford Customline
Best Showmanship: Brett Newton, 2002 Dodge 3500 Truck
People’s Choice: Bryce Newton, 1989 GMC School Bus
Best Shine: Scot Bodnarik, 2008 Honda Civic SI
Best Stereo: Dillon Chase, 2002 Ford Focus SE
Pit Crew Challenge (Male): Greg Denbrok (1:05:93)
Pit Crew Challenge (Female): Jessica Mitchell (1:59:60)
Go or Blow: 1990 Chevy Lumina
Top RPM: 5100
Time: One hour
The car won.


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