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Car show winners announced in Oregon

OREGON – Award recipients at the Sept. 8 Ogle County Pilot’s Wings and Wheels Car Show – Fly-in and Breakfast have been named.

They are:

Pre-1955 (top two): Susan Wright of Mount Morris, 1931 Ford Model A; and Phil Young of Oregon, 1927 Ford Model T.

Pre-1955 (next best): Wayne Silvius of Ashton, 1950 Chevrolet DeLuxe; and Clayton and Ann Heled of Naperville, 1947 Dodge Custom DeLuxe.

1955 to 1978 (top two): Don Schrock of Dixon, 1958 Chevrolet Impala; and Dave and Judy Pattet of Freeport, 1966 Mercury Monterey.

1955 to 1978 (next best): Dan Hanlin of Byron, 1970 Camaro; and Tom Faivre of Mount Morris, 1967 Chevrolet Corvette.

1979 and up (top two): Sterling Taylor of Mount Morris, 1983 Hurst-Olds; and Mac and Linda Sonderman of Algonquin, 2007 Ford Shelby GT.

1979 (next best): Lee Myers of Byron, 1983 Chevrolet El Camino; and Lyle Hayes of Kings, 1991 Chevrolet Corvette.

Spectators Choice: Don Schrock of Dixon, 1958 Chevrolet Impala.

Blackhawk Crossing 4-H Club’s Choice: Marc and Linda Sonderman of Algonquin, 2007 Ford Shelby GT.

Also part of the show were special and unique vehicles: a Farmall 806, powered by a Chevrolet V8, and a Buick drag race car, both owned by Stan Ubben of Mount Morris; and a Mini Kenworth semi, owned by Randall Witmer of Dixon.

The 4-H club helped the Ogle County Pilots serve the breakfast.

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