Thursday, October 17, 2013

AMSOIL Super Chevy Best of the Best: Double Header Weekend Results

Chevrolet has one of the largest fan bases of nearly every make and model in the world. Throughout the year a dozen Super Chevy events showcase Chevs from the stylish late Fifties to early Seventies era. At each show the editors of Super Chevy magazine have been selecting the top Chevys in five categories. The public then votes for their favorite from each and at the end of the year, one from each category is chosen to be the Best of the Best.

The weekend of September 27-29 saw the AMSOIL Super Chevy Best of the Best search continue in two cities in the first-ever double header weekend. Bristol, Tenn. and Houston, TX hosted Super Chevy events that drew out hundreds to witness the drag racing, swap meet and car show excitement found only at the track. The AMSOIL Super Chevy Best of the Best search continued in both cities, rounding up 10 more finalists to join the final vote less than two weeks away.

The 2013 Super Chevy voting roster is nearing capacity, with just one more event before the public vote determines the final Best of the Best Chevys of the entire season. Winners will be announced in all 5 Best of the Best categories: Camaro, Tri-Five, Chevelle, Full-Size and Nova. Bragging rights and a $500 AMSOIL shopping spree are on the line, and competition is fierce. Check out the double-header weekend results below, and then check back soon for details on the final vote here or at and the AMSOIL Facebook page.

Bristol, Tenn. round:
Roger Pauley
‘69 Camaro SS

Ann and Michael Boyte
‘72 Monte Carlo

Chevy II/Nova
Ed Davis
‘67 Nova SS L79

Dwight L. Bower
‘64 Impala SS Restored

Joe and Josh Bailey
‘56 210 Hardtop

Houston, TX round:
Patrick Grigsby
’72 Camaro RS

Wayne Hicks
’55 Bel-Air Sedan

Chevelle-El Camino-Monte Carlo 
Kevin McElroy
’66 El Camino

Full Size
Danny Licatino
’65 Impala SS

Laurie Vontur
’66 Nova

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