Thumpr Award to ’32 Chevy 3-window coupe

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Thumpr award winner, a 1932 Chevrolet 3 Window Coupe | NSRA Photo

A 1932 Chevrolet 3-Window coupe owned by Steve Datena of Elkhart, Indiana, drove away with the “Thumpr Award” at the Street Rod Nationals North in Kalamazoo, Michigan.

The award is given by COMP Cams and the National Street Rod Association and goes to the car that turns the most heads because of an obnoxious amount of power.

Also awarded at the event were “Outstanding Use of Color” awards, which went to a 1929 Ford pickup truck shown by Pam Shebest of Kalamazoo and a 1953 Studebaker shown by Ken Evans of Sycamore, Illinois.

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