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2011 Super Chevy Show, Spokane - Northwest Revival

After a 10-year hiatus, the Super Chevy Show series returned to the Pacific Northwest for some hot Bow Tie action.

By , Photography by The Authors

The halfway point of this year’s Super Chevy Show series, Spokane County Raceway, boasted one of the most interesting Super Chevy car shows to date. Co-author Calin Head and I both were impressed with the variety of cars to check out in the show field, which made choosing our Editor’s Choice show awards that much more difficult.

Along with a great car show, there was hot racing action on the quarter-mile, along with the twists and turns of the Toyo Tires–sponsored autocross course. The Spokane facility looked great, thanks to the hard work of track manager Cindy Gibbs (daughter of NHRA legend Steve Gibbs) and her crew. Spokane recently came under the leadership of Charlie Allen, who also runs Firebird Raceway in Phoenix and gained fame as the track manager of the late Orange County International Raceway in California (site of the first Super Chevy Sunday 30 years ago).

It was a great weekend for a show, and we ended up with more photos than we can publish here in the pages of Super Chevy. But check out superchevy.com for our bonus photo galleries for all the extras.

Editor’s Choice Top 10 Awards – Show Car

Ray & Renie Young, Mead, WA, ’63 Corvette

Ted Davis, Spokane, WA, ’87 IROC Camaro

Fred Douglas, Gig Harbor, WA, ’67 RS Camaro

Peter Cook, Lewiston, ID, ’72 El Camino

Larry Phelps, Spokane, WA, ’56 Nomad

Mike Repp, Newman, WA, ’69 Chevelle SS396

Gary Galetti, Montana, ’67 Nova

Clinton Rogers, Lewiston, ID, ’56 truck

Bill Love, Spokane, WA, ’70 Nova Yenko clone

Chuck Clark, Spokane, WA, ’59 El Camino

Editor’s Choice Top 10 Awards – Drag Race Cars

Terry Carlson, Titusville, FL, ’57 150

Dan Ray, Mead, WA, ’57 Corvette

Leon Price, Fairview, OR, ’56 Bel Air

Kasey Batman, Hayden, ID, ’67 Nova

Ralph Creamblit, Spokane, WA, ’65 Nova wagon

Doug Mill, Bellevue, WA, ’57 Bel Air

Josh Oglesbee, Spokane, WA, ’69 Camaro

Jeff Wisher, Kalispell, MT, ’63/’64 Nova

Tom Clark, Spokane, WA, ’67 Chevelle

Duke Olmsted, Hermiston, OR, ’69 Z/28

Best of Show

Best Big Car: Danny Penner, Cranbrook, B.C., ’62 Chevy

Best Camaro: Larry DeCamp, Renthone, WA, ’69 Camaro

Best Chevelle: Ron Hardin, Spokane, WA, ’70 Chevelle

Best Corvette: Renie Young, Mead, WA, ’63 Corvette

Best Conversion: Mike Carlson, Spokane, WA, ’50 Nash

Best Open: Don Maak, Spokane, WA

Best Early Chevy: Tom Peterson, Richland, WA, ’46 Chevy coupe

Best El Camino: Chuck Clark, Spokane, WA, ’57 El Camino

Best ’55, ’56, ’57: Jim Cooper, Tacoma, WA, ’56 Chevy

Best Monte Carlo: James Marks, Spokane, WA, ’70 Monte Carlo

Best Nova: Larry Osbourn, Gresham, OR, ’66 Nova

Best Pro Street/Engineered: Dean Shante, Richland, WA, ’05 S-10 Blazer

Best Truck: Tom Drisill, Spokane, WA, ’58 Cameo

Best Paint Gold: John and Sheila Emacio, Chaitaroy, WA, ’56 Nomad

Best Detail Gold: John and Sheila Emacio, Chaitaroy, WA, ’56 Nomad

Best Engine Gold: John and Sheila Emacio, Chaitaroy, WA, ’56 Nomad

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