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Spring Fever Week at JCJC features car show

About 20 cars have registered in various classes to be judged by retired JCJC automotive technology instructors./Photo credit: WDAM About 20 cars have registered in various classes to be judged by retired JCJC automotive technology instructors./Photo credit: WDAM
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About 20 cars have registered in various classes to be judged by retired JCJC automotive technology instructors. 

There was also a gospel presentation as well as a restored car and a car that needs to be restored showing the parallel-visualization of how people need to be restored from sin’s effects.

This is a fundraiser for the BSU and is part of the campus Spring Fever Week. 

MOBILE USERS: VIEW SLIDESHOW HERE.

There was many awards that the car owners received, including Best of Show. The division awards were divided categories according to the year the car was manufactured. 

  • Pre-1970 winners were: first place - 1964 Corvette, Dean Hamm; second place - Reagan Arnold, third place - Tanner Graves.
  • 1970-1990: first place - Doug Stewart, second place - Reagan Arnold, third place - Brandon Perry. 
  • 1991-Present: first place - Alan Nix, second place - Eddie Morietta, third place - Barry Bradshaw.
  • Imports: first place - Ryan Richardson, second place - Lee Grantham

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