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NSRA presents ‘Outstanding Use of Color’ award winners


1956 Ford F-100 | NSRA Photo

The National Street Rod Association has announced winners for the “Outstanding Use of Color” award, given at the Street Rod Nationals held in Louisville, Kentucky.

The winners include a 1956 Ford F-100 owned by Jack Sorich of Louisville; a 1937 Ford owned by Tommy Veasey of Bradford, Tennessee; and a 1935 Chevrolet owned by Wesley Rissler of Albany, Indiana.

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