This month’s Heat on the Street Car and Motorcycle Show in Elma drew more than 100 cars.
“Cars were lined up along Elma’s Main Street and branched out onto Second and Fourth streets,” Danny Mollas of the Elma Chamber and Commerce said.
The People’s Choice Award went to a 1942 Dodge Rat Rod entered by Kory Kingery. The Best Car Club Representation award went to The East County Outlaws.
“The Elma Chamber of Commerce would like to express our appreciation to Cut Rate Auto Parts, the city of Elma and Grays Harbor Tourism for sponsoring this event and to the many other businesses that donated prizes and awards,” Mollas said.
The complete list of winners follows:
Shujack’s Bar and Grill award for late model import: Arlen Brotman’s 2003 Silber Mercedes 500 SL Roadster.
B&B Automotive Inc. award for pro touring: Zack Jones’ 1968 Chevrolet Camaro.
Cut Rate Auto Parts award for pro street: Butch Johnson’s 1955 Chevrolet Pick-up.
Dennis Company award for Vintage Car: Garry Renner’s 1934 Ford 3-Window Coupe.
East County Automotive LLC award for late model domestic: Matthew Gray’s 2015 Chevrolet Corvette 206.
Mike Stillwell Hagerty Classic Car Insurance award for muscle car: Dave and Dawn Kurtz’s 1968 Ford Mustang GT.
Jason Olsen award for unfinished: John Barnes’ 2003 Ford Thunderbird.
Magic Auto Repair award for best powerplant: Lewis Iverson’s 1995 Honda Del Sol.
Precision Plumbing award for cool custom: David Dennis’ 1974 Ford Capri.
Propane, Etc. award for restored original: Don Corliss’ 1959 Imperial LeBaron.
Rainer Connect award for vintage motorcycle: Marc Hardy’s 1955 Chevrolet 165 ST.
Holly Pierce Independent Scentsy award foron the ground: Tony Camoza’s 1960 Cadillac Sedan DeVille.
Sideline Auto Wrecking award for rat rod: Lacey Kingrey’s 1960 Jeep Rat/home built.
Summit Pacific Medical Center award for custom motorcycle: Ron Wilks’ 2002 Harley Davidson Soft Tail Springer.
Sunrise Auto Parts award for custom truck: John Spears’ 1978 Dodge D300.
Timberland Bank Elma branch award: Jack Williams’ 1934 Ford Roadster.