Greg Fishlock sits in his 1941 Chevrolet pickup truck

Fishlock wins at annual Westwind show ‘n’ shine

The 20th annual Westwind Pub Show ‘n’ Shine was held Sunday on the hottest day of the year in Port Alberni so far.

The 20th annual Westwind Pub Show ‘n’ Shine was held Sunday on the hottest day of the year in Port Alberni so far.

Attendance was down this year but there were still 47 vehicles registered.

Greg Fishlock won the People’s Choice award with his 1941 Chevrolet pickup truck. He also won first in the modified truck pre-1948 category.

Other award winners were as follows:

Pre 30’s Stock — Dennis Craig 1928 Ford Model-A

30’s stock — Dave Nagel, 1936 Lincoln Zephyr

Modified — 1938 Chev Bob Falk

40’s modified — Dave Patterson 1948 Chev Coupe

50’s stock — Bob and Shannon Baker 1957 Ford T-Bird

Modified — 1955 Chev Larry Trentham

60’s Stock — 1960 vehicle Ron Mueler

Modified — 1960 Corvette Pete Seward

70’s Stock — Ray Cyr 1972 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible

Modified — 1973 Dodge Charger Keith Karlson

80’s Stock — Fern Larochelle 1985 Cadillac

90’s — Jan Hansen 2015 Corvette 206

Truck Pre 1948

Stock — Mike Hobswon 1924 Ford-T

Modified — Greg Fishlock 1941 Chevy

Truck

1949-1972

Modified — Frank and Betty Ayres 1956

Import Fave —Glenn Anderson 1971 Volkswagon

Lowrider Fave — Erik Vierstra 2007 Dodge

Bike Fave — Tony Maholly 2001 Harley

Truck FaveMike Whitehead 2015 Ram Express

Work in Progress Fave — Derek McGregor

Topless Fave — Nancy Christney 1926 Ford.

 

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