For 33 years, the Super Chevy Show at Maple Grove Raceway outside Reading, Pennsylvania, has attracted the finest show cars from the entire northeast, the mid-Atlantic region and even Canada. This yeR was no different except the turnout was the largest in years.
One are that really exploded was the Pro Street crowd. While this build style peaked in the '80s and early '90s, it is as popular as ever the the Chevy universe in this area of the country. And here, these cars can be found burning up the strip, not just preening in the show field.
Also out in record numbers were full size Chevy monsters with big-block power. Whether you like 409s, 396s, 427s or more, they were on display. Here is our list of Editor's Choice Top 10 Show Car award winners.
Rows of Camaros, Tri-Fives, Monte Carlos and a field of trucks made picking a Top 10 a difficult task. Here are our picks.
Scott Chalks' 427/425-horse '68 Biscayne was just restored. yes, it had a bench seat, four-speed and factory tach!
Bill Hollingsworth brought this Procharged/540-inch Pro Street Nova to entrance the crowd.
Pro touring Camaros don't come much sweeter than Bruce Elliott's '67.
Cold air conditioning makes this '55 Nomad a magnificent driver, and owner Dennis Eberly drives this one everywhere.
Gary Donato bought this Impala 45 years ago and never let it go. now it had a 383 with AFR heads and a Weiand supercharger.
Gary Thumma's '67 El Camino looks like a thumper, but it has a stock 6-banger and 3-speed manual for a drivetrain.
Paige Mahr's '73 Nova was clean and stock, something you don't often see in Novas of this vintage.
This '70 Corvette was modified decades ago with real Motion Performance fiberglass parts. Vintage 5-slots, side pipes and a Gen I LT-1 made Jim Brady's Stingray a crowd pleaser.
With 583 inches of Shafiroff power, Tom Rosencranz' Chevelle will never be popular with the green movement or Ford lovers!