Leaving the weekend study session at the Bowie Public Library on October 26, 2013, led the present writer to an auto show wonderland as Asphalt Angels of Maryland were in the midst of one of the most spectacular car shows in the metro area.
The Fall Show offered music by WNAV in Annapolis with songs that brought back the melodies from the 50’s, 60’s, 70’s and more. With vintage cars from the past and present the Fall Auto Show had something for every man, woman, and child.
Mayor Fred Robinson of Bowie welcomed everyone to the fantastic display of vintage vehicles and numerous small business vendors joined the celebration of some of the finest automobiles in the nation. Asphalt Angels of Maryland gave away gift certificates and bags of goodies.
Winners came up to collect beautiful trophies and there were many winners of drawings for prizes. Asphalt Angels of Maryland thanked all the attendees, sponsors, and spectators who made the 2013 Fall Auto Show a spectacular success. Asphalt Angels of Maryland provided Examiner.com with the following “Specialty Awards” winners:
Best in Show, Wayne Greenfield, 2007 Chevy Corvette
Best Interior, Butch Sutphin, 1949 Mercury Coupe
Best Unfinished, Tim LaLoice, 1971 Dodge Demon
Best Engine, David King, 1970 Chevy Nova
Best Halloween Décor, Trey Stamer, 1967 Ford Mustang
Presidents Choice, Bernie Good , 1957 Ford Fairlane
Best Paint, John Burleson, 1965 Ford Mustang, Conv.
Sponsors Choice, Jack Higgs, 1955 Chevy 2-door Bel-Air
Mayors Choice, Ed Kaplan, 1971 Pontiac GTO
Club Participation, High Rollers
The great American love of the automobile was alive and well in Bowie this weekend. There will be more for car lovers to come. There will be 20 more vintage cars added to a separate article to give all the great winners their due. Stay tuned and keep reading Examiner.com.