Appalachian RV show offers something for every automotive taste
Clint Baker, Bethel, wins 1st, Lee Brison, Hamburg, wins 2nd, Chris Moore, Topton, wins 3rd
Saturday, Sept. 30 was a “Double Feature” day for car show enthusiasts in Northern Berks County.
Salem-Berne UMC and Appalachian RV Resort once again teamed up to share the date and coordinate their activities so interested parties could attend and participate in both events.
The nightcap event was the 7th Annual Car Show, Bike Show and Cruise at Appalachian RV Resort in Shartlesville.
The show attracted 21 cars and trucks plus a halfdozen motorcycles and there was something for every automotive taste from classics and street rods to exotics. Car & Bike Show Results Car Class 1st place: Clint Baker, Bethel, 1969 Ford Mustang
2nd place: Lee Brison, Hamburg, 1932 Chevrolet 5 Window Coupe 3rd place: Chris Moore, Topton, 2003 Ultima GTR Bike Class 1st Place: Brian Wisniewski, Shoemakersville, 2003 Harley-Davidson VRod 2nd place: Matt Eckert, Laureldale, 2005 Harley Davidson Fatboy
3rd place: Marvin Nevin, Rehrersburg, 2002 Harley Dyna Wide Glide Special Awards Cruisers Choice: Don Eck, Macungie, 2005 Ford Mustang
People’s Choice: Jeff Felix, Hellertown, 1947 Studebaker M5 pickup
Here’s a car you don’t see everyday. Chris Moore, Topton, won 3rd place in the car class with his 2003 Ultima GTR.
It just wouldn’t be a car show without a 1957 Chevy. This ‘57 Bel Air 2-door sedan belongs to Paul Miseyko of Reading.
A group of people, all from the Northeast Berks area, stop to admire Michael Ray’s 2007 Shelby GT/SC which is #34 of only 50 that were produced.
Topping the car class was Clint Baker of Bethel, right, with his 1969 Ford Mustang. Presenting the award is Tom DeLancey, left, property manager at Appalachian RV Resort.
Brian Wisniewski of Shoemakersville took top honors in the bike class with his 2003 Harley-Davidson V-Rod.
Jeff Felix, Hellertown, was the proud winner of the coveted People’s Choice trophy for his 1947 Studebaker M5 pickup truck.
Among the local winners was Lee Brison of Hamburg. Lee’s 1932 Chevy coupe garnered second place among the cars entered.
Chris Moore’s bright red 1981 Shelby Cobra sparkles like a jewel in the late September sun.
Don Eck, Macungie, poses with the Cruiser’s Choice trophy by his 2005 Ford Mustang.
Rick Kuhns’ 1969 Chevy Camaro sits at the end of this line of show cars and trucks.