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Street rodders salute award winners at Kalamazoo

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The National Street Rod Association has announced the winners from its recent Nationals North event held in Kalamazoo, Michigan.

Winners of the International Show Car Association honors were:

Ted & Ann Walker's 1954 Ford station wagon

Kalamazoo, Street rodders salute award winners at Kalamazoo, ClassicCars.com Journal
Phil & Debbie Becker's 1946 Ford woodyKalamazoo, Street rodders salute award winners at Kalamazoo, ClassicCars.com Journal

The “Pro’s Pick” winners were:

Roger Raupp’s 1948 Chevrolet pickupKalamazoo, Street rodders salute award winners at Kalamazoo, ClassicCars.com Journal

Kalamazoo, Street rodders salute award winners at Kalamazoo, ClassicCars.com Journal

Kalamazoo, Street rodders salute award winners at Kalamazoo, ClassicCars.com Journal

Kalamazoo, Street rodders salute award winners at Kalamazoo, ClassicCars.com Journal

Kalamazoo, Street rodders salute award winners at Kalamazoo, ClassicCars.com Journal
John Hames’ 1933 Ford roadsterKalamazoo, Street rodders salute award winners at Kalamazoo, ClassicCars.com Journal
Robert & Theresa Stinnett’s 1955 Chevrolet pickupKalamazoo, Street rodders salute award winners at Kalamazoo, ClassicCars.com Journal
Phil Goller’s 1957 Dodge wagon
Kalamazoo, Street rodders salute award winners at Kalamazoo, ClassicCars.com Journal
Carl & Jeanne Booth’s 1932 Ford roadsterKalamazoo, Street rodders salute award winners at Kalamazoo, ClassicCars.com Journal

Best use of color and “Ford in a Ford” honors went to:

Color:
Connie Moffett & Tom Pharr’s 1933 Studebaker coupe
Kalamazoo, Street rodders salute award winners at Kalamazoo, ClassicCars.com Journal

Kalamazoo, Street rodders salute award winners at Kalamazoo, ClassicCars.com Journal
Ford:
Tim & Chris Lies’ 1956 Ford Ranch Wagon
Kalamazoo, Street rodders salute award winners at Kalamazoo, ClassicCars.com Journal
Larry Edsall
A former daily newspaper sports editor, Larry Edsall spent a dozen years as an editor at AutoWeek magazine before making the transition to writing for the web and becoming the author of more than 15 automotive books. In addition to being founding editor at ClassicCars.com, Larry has written for The New York Times and The Detroit News and was an adjunct honors professor at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University.

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