Rainbow Girls. Saturday July 4 2020
Buck Thomas park on 12 street between Eastern and Bryant in Moore, OK
Show hrs 8 AM to 2 PM. Registration 8 to 10 30. Awards at 1 PM
25 dollar entry fee
I think this will be a big show it looks like everyone wants to get out.......
Results from Thunder Road House
Ray L '55 Ford 1st in Class
Donnie Y ' 70 VW 1st in class
Juan V '08 Mustang 2nd in Class
David P '04 Corvette ----------
Rick C Blazer ----------
Al K '10 Corvette ----------
Shane V Camaro ----------
This was the biggest show they have ever had
The shows are filling up, everybody wants to get out.
Canadian River Cruisers Ray Langley, 56 T Bird, Gary and Janice Miller in their 05 T Bird and 19 Stingray cruised Air Depot last week. There were a lot of nice old and new cars cruising until 9:00pm. Midwest City has a cruise in every Sunday evening starting at 5:00 on Air Depot between 29th street and Reno. Lots of parking on Air Depot so you can watch the cruisers after you make the obligatory cruise up and down Air Depot.
Shows are few and far between due to COVID - I will keep watching and report new ones here.
Results from the SOUTHERN THUNDER CAR SHOW, the club did quite well. There were more than 100 cars at this show.
Ray L '55 Ford Class Winner
Wayne L '33 Ford Class Winner
Roger E Ford pickup Class Winner
Billy H '57 T Bird Class Winner
Juan V '08 Mustang
Al G '73 Cuda
Al K '10 Corvette
David P '04 Corvette
Lawrence T '48 Ford
Chuck G '30 A
Neal W '30 A
John P '65 Corvette
I know I missed some but heck, I'm getting old!
Charlie Lundsford and Terry O' Dea showed up just to get out of their houses!
Shows are going to be slow this year
Saturday June 6 2020
Southern Thunder Car Show
Walnut Square Shopping Center
2201 W Interstate 240 service road, Oklahoma city
Registration 8 to 10
Awards at 1 30
Entry fee 25 dollars the day of show
Been cooped up long enough....... time to get out.
When faced with a quarantine situation, people respond in a variety of different ways. Our car show czar, one Mr. Ray Langley, searched thoroughly, and finally found a car show on Sunday, March 29th. It was a small show by area car show standards, with just the three vehicles pictured below. Ray said that he found the location easily enough, "Why it was almost outside my door!"
Ray said that is was a small but nice show, rather quiet but in a really pretty setting. The trophies were limited Ray said, and the classes were also, but Ray didn't seem to mind. Everyone who entered, received a trophy. The photo of the trophies appears below the cars. As you can tell, some of us have more cabin fever than others............then again, I spent time writing this "news story".....
IT'S CAR SHOW TIME IN OKLAHOMA!
and if you keep up with this page, you will not be left crying at a Saturday coffee call, while the guys and gals are off competing for the club participation and other trophies. Ray and his group of car show scoundrels have traveled near and far to bring you information on only the best of the best. The detailed scoop will appear here each week, along with the winners and photos. We will have a capsule summary of the next event on the club calendar, but this is THE MAIN PAGE.
Central Tech Drumright,OK Sunday, February 16, 2020
Ray L 1955 Ford 1st in Class
James D 2018 Corvette 2nd in Class
Wayne L 1933 Ford 2nd in Class
Juan V 2008 Mustang 3rd in Class
Their trophies are a little different but nice.
Great show, good weather.
The next show will be sometime in March.....
The yellow truck owner below........we tried to get him to haul some gravel..... but he said no!
Reporting from Drumright, Ray
Posted October 26 by Gary Miller . Photos from the SHOEBOX Central car show and chili cookoff.