Rolling works of art

Rene and Terry Tallaire’s 1957 T-Bir won the Best Ford award prize at the Under the Boardwalk Show ‘n Shine Carshow on Sept. 15. Photo Submitted by Allan Sulyma

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The Under the Boardwalk Show‘n’Shine Car Show was held in Winnipeg Beach in association with the Gimli Car Club on Sept. 15.

According to The Town of Winnipeg Beach’s Recreation Director, Allan Sulyma, there were several prizes given out on that day.

The Best Ford award went to Rene and Terry Tallaire’s 1957 T-Bird while the Best GM award went to Don Shilke’s 1940 Chev Special. The Competitor’s Choice award went to John Dickson’s 1948 Anglia, while the Mayor’s Choice award went to Cliff and Donna Meder’s 1972 Lemans Sport. Best Truck went to Fred Grushka’s 1966 Chev G10 and Best Euro Import went to Sue and Don Steinmetz’s 1989 Mini. Best Asian Import went to Norm Bruneau’s 1995 SVX.

“We would like to thank all the folks for bringing their amazing vehicles and all the fans who came out to see these rolling works of art. The weather was not what we had hoped for but that didn’t stop them,” Sulyma said. “We would like to thank the Gimli Car Club for again partnering with us. We would like to thank all the volunteers, as there couldn’t be a show without you. We would also like to thank the band “You & What Army” for the awesome tunes and Alan Norris-Elye for the sound. We would also like to send a huge thank you to our sponsors.”

The event attracted a total of 185 entries and raised more than $300 in addition to hundreds of pounds of food for the community’s local food bank, Evergreen Basic Needs.

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