2013 Super Chevy Show Denver - Mile High Madness

The Super Chevy Show at Bandimere Speedway brought killer Bow Ties out to celebrate in the Rockies.

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Super Chevy Show 5/31

Even after 20 years, Super Chevy Show attendees are still proud of the awards they’ve received. We spotted these two plaques from the ’92 show in someone’s trunk, and were doubly impressed that the clocks still worked!


Super Chevy Show Starting 6/31

Talk about a pair of giants. That’s what’s nice about a Super Chevy Show; you never know what kind of pairing you will get at the starting line.


A rare and unusual car parked on fullsize row was Steve and Vinnie Hasenock’s ’69 Caprice. Unrestored with 60,179 miles on the clock, it had the 335 HP version of the 427 under the hood, and an M20 four-speed behind it, both rare sights to see in a luxury-minded Caprice. Other options include Positraction, power steering, front buckets with console, AM pushbutton radio, and the vinyl top.


1963 Chevy 9/31

This ’63 Impala belongs to Larry Clark. He actually came to the event to show the car, but his friends talked him into running it on the track. Larry’s buddies joked and laughed that it would kill his chance of winning an award. We decided to give Larry a Drag Car award for how clean the car is, so Larry got the last laugh.


1970 Chevy 10/31

This ’70 Vette belongs to Frank Fernandez and has a 496 stroker big-block, Tremec five-speed, along with power windows and A/C. What caught our eye was the paint job and classic Mini Lite rims.

1969 Chevy Camaro RS 11/31



A regular at the Denver show and survivor Camaro enthusiast, Dave Beem had an amazing find to show the world. This Cortez Silver ’69 Z/28 is a legit barn find Dave rescued from California in 2012. Built at Van Nuys, this particular Z had some interesting options on it, including an Endura Bumper, factory tach and console gauges, 4.10 gears, chambered exhaust, M21, and a “—“ paint code denoting factory stripe delete. The car spent its entire life in California till 2012, and only has 33,000 miles on the odometer.

1969 Chevy Camaro RS Z28 12/31

Race Results

DriveDuracell.com Bracket 1
Win Kris Whitfield, Littleton CO
R/U Steve Whitfield, Littleton CO
Aeromotive Eliminator:
Larry Richardson, Alamosa CO
Bracket 2
WIN Kariann Bombard, Lakewood CO
R/U Todd Morse, Littleton CO
Aeromotive Eliminator:
Chad McEwan, Greely CO
CamaroGuys.com Gen 5 Challenge
WIN Debra Timmons, Cheyenne WY
R/U Tim Harper, Thornton CO
RedLine Performance Tuff Truck
WIN Jessie Jones, Centennial CO
R/U Joel Chien, Colorado Springs CO
LS Shootout
WIN Tim Larson, Littleton CO
R/U John Tooker, Aurora CO
Santa Fe S&G Hot Street
WIN John Frank, Keenesburg CO
R/U Rod Dewild, Thornton CO
Nitro Knockout Challenge
WIN Jenni Russo
R/U Wendy Shaeffer
Paint by Krusty Outlaw 8.5
WIN Mike Barker, Frederick CO
R/U Scott Love, Centennial CO
Pro Mods
WIN Tommy Johanns, Franktown CO
R/U Mark Lovell, Eagle CO
Outlaw 10.5
WIN Lee Stark, Englewood CO
R/U Dave Walters, Brighton CO

Car Show Results

Editor’s Top Five Car Show Awards
Mike Fink, Englewood, CO, ’72 Monte Carlo
Ray Christensen, Fort Collins, CO, ’70 Nova
Steve Hasenbeck, Pueblo, CO, ’69 Caprice
Kelly Meyer, Fort Collins, CO, ’57 Bel Air
Dale Hess, Cheyenne, WY, ’68 Camaro
Editor’s Top Five Drag Race Awards
Alex Farmer, Colorado Springs, CO ’74 Vega
Larry Hansen, Bennett, CO, ’64 Nova
Ron Vigil, Henderson, CO, ’68 Camaro
Kristie Baldwin, Strasburg, CO, ’68 Chevelle
Larry Clark, Denver, CO, ’63 Impala




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