It was another great time in Baytown for the Super Chevy crew this year. With perfect weather and a great turnout from Bow Tie fans across the Texas and Louisiana area, there was plenty to enjoy. The good folks at Ron Craft Chevrolet hosted another massive cruise to the track on Saturday morning. After last year's colossal turnout, everyone was better prepared for another 200-car gathering. Later on in the story you can check out a gallery page that shows just some of the cars from the cruise, and we'll post everything else on superchevy.com when this story hits our website. Thanks again to Ron Craft Chevrolet and track manager Seth Angel for organizing another great kick-off cruise for the event. Blair Nelson brought out her '99 Camaro for some drag action and, after watching her cut some good lights, earned an Editor’s Choice drag award with her ultra-clean fourth-gen.Blair Nelson brought out her '99 Camaro for some drag action and, after watching her cut s The perfect weather had the racers out in droves, and the track was hooking nicely for everyone the whole weekend. Combined with a great show turnout, this gave us another fantastic weekend of Super Chevy Show fun. Just check out the photos to see. Editor's Choice Drag Car Arthur Edison Houston, TX '71 Chevelle Steve Vontur San Antonio, TX '67 Nova Randy Parks San Antonio, TX '67 Camaro Randy Womack Tyler, TX '71 Nova Blair Nelson LaPorte, TX '99 Camaro Robert Reider Pearland, TX '67 Camaro Jake & Lynell Williford Hineston, LA '80 C10 Keith Siegel Spring, TX '69 Camaro Steven Talbot League City, TX '68 Camaro Jay Costales League City, TX '67 Corvette Editor's Choice Show Car Gene Sullivan Lefkin, TX '69 Camaro Craig Smith Humble, TX '56 150 utility sedan Mark Vasvla Humble, TX '69 Chevelle Kirk Marshall Houston, TX '68 Caprice Ellavd Lambert Highlands, TX '59 Biscayne Dennis Kuyrkendall Boerne, TX '61 Impala Ray Tapley Beach City, TX '55 truck Rodney Blankenship Lufkin, TX '54 Vette Justin Dillon League City, TX '73 Camaro Gordon Lenhart Deer Park, TX '73 Nova Joe Pigford brought out a real surprise with his ’56 Bel Air two-door sedan. Lurking underneath the hood was the most unusual of Chevy-built powerplants, the LT5.Joe Pigford brought out a real surprise with his ’56 Bel Air two-door sedan. Lurking under Developed with Lotus and built by Mercury Marine, these were the heart of the C4 ZR1s, making 375-405 hp during their time.Developed with Lotus and built by Mercury Marine, these were the heart of the C4 ZR1s, mak Not often you see a C6 wheelstander! The swap meet had a few interesting things for sale, like this gaggle of factory high-performance big-block aluminum intakes.The swap meet had a few interesting things for sale, like this gaggle of factory high-perf With 20x12-inch Americans stuffed under the back, a 572 under the hood, and a mono-chromatic paintjob, this ’67 Chevelle is a new-era Pro Street build.With 20x12-inch Americans stuffed under the back, a 572 under the hood, and a mono-chromat We’re not sure if a smiley face helps you’re dial-in at all, but it surely can’t hurt. The show offered on-site dyno testing thanks to Cliff Nelson, owner of C.U.N.D.N Racing from Pearland, Texas. You could get two pulls for 50 bucks, which is pretty cheap in the world of dyno testing. That’s well worth the cost to prove how much muscle your car is producing.The show offered on-site dyno testing thanks to Cliff Nelson, owner of C.U.N.D.N Racing fr Jeff Cameron from Dooley and Sons Rods and Customs brought out his sweet ’61 Impala. This car sits low thanks to the air suspension and gets its motivation from a fuel-injected 409.This car sits low thanks to the air suspension and gets its motivation from a fuel-injecte This ’69 Rally Sport looked like it had just been unearthed from a barn. This ’69 Rally Sport looked like it had just been unearthed from a barn. Jay Costales ’67 Vette was a treat to see run and earned an Editor’s Choice drag award. Dennis Kurykendall’s ’61 was a beautiful retro-restomod with a late-’60s Mark IV big-block parked between the framerails, just like it would have been back in the day.Dennis Kurykendall’s ’61 was a beautiful retro-restomod with a late-’60s Mark IV big-block 1 | 2 | 3 | » | View Full Article By Calin Head, Patrick Hill Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!