Showcasing BC's Best Rods and Rides – In a Spectacular Mountain Setting!





Best Under Construction

Thomas R. Humphries Law

Ron Scroggins Unavailable for Photo – Silverton – 47 Chev.


IMG_0201Best Engine

Settle Holding Ltd.

Rod Talbot – Jaffrey – Plymouth GTX – Blown Hemi


Best Ford

Pennywise PFWPublishing Ltd.

Collin Sherbinenin – Crescent Valley – 55 Crown Victoria

IMG_0203Best Import

Balfour Autobody and Mechanical Ltd.

Jim Decelle – Brooks Alberta – 69 Subaru Sambar

IMG_0204Best Chevy

North Kootenay Veterinary Services

Ray Pederson – Vancouver, BC – 51 Chev Pickup

IMG_0205Best Antique Car/Truck

Sunshine Logging (2004) Ltd

Ed Hart/ Linda Galloway – Balfour, BC – 27 Model T

IMG_0206Best Paint

D.W. Sicotte Trucking Ltd.

John Allen – Kaslo, BC – 55 Chev Pickup

IMG_0207Best of the Best

Taylor Wilton Nelson Ltd.

John Vanin – Ginelle, BC – 67 GTO

IMG_0208Best Motorcycle

C.J. Logging Ltd

John Bushell – Lethbridge, AB – 70 Triumph

IMG_0209Best Mopar

Megla Trucking

Erin Bruce (Unavailable for Photo) – Nelson, – 64 Plymouth Valiant

IMG_0210Dave Hand “Split Six”

The Hand Family

Steve Tellier – St Albert, Alberta – 62 Pontiac Laurentian

IMG_0211Waynes Pick

Stan Baker Trucking Ltd.

John & Brenda Stinson – Penticton – 47 Mercury

IMG_0212Best Street Rod

Kaslo Building Supplies (1990) Ltd.

John Nesbitt – Silverton, BC – 31 Chev 5 window coupe

Long Distance Award

Happy Jims Treasure Hut

Brad Gaiger – St Albert, Alberta – 57 Chev

 Peoples Choice award

John Burchell – Lethbridge, Alberta – 70 Triumph Motorcycle.

The following are a collection of shots taken during the course of the day

All Photo following this note are copyrighted and provided by Ursula Kopatch

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New for 2017 – Wheel Changing Competition
For 2017 we are adding a wheel changing competition for teams of two people. Entry fee will be $5.00 per team with all net proceeds going to a Local Charity. Rules are very simple as follows. Team members will each start by undoing all wheel nuts on their wheel - Don't lose the nuts - and then taking their wheel to the other side of the axle and installing it on that side. All wheel nuts will be torqued at 50 Ft Lbs to start. and contestants must use the supplied four way manual wheel wrenches. Timing starts on the timers mark and ends when the last team member puts his wrench down and raises his arms to indicate he is done, Wheels will be checked to ensure there is no wobble on the studs. Wheel nuts that are finger lose will be assessed a 10 second penalty on the teams time. Form up your teams - challenge your friends and be sure to get the kids and wives involved. Prizes awarded as follows First Prize - 15% of entry fees collected. Second Prize - 10% of Entry Fees collected Third - 5% of entry Fees collected. The remaining 70% will be donated to a local Charity.