Bristol is always one of our favorite stops on the Super Chevy Show series. Every year the car show field is packed, the racing action at the strip top notch, the people are great to talk with, and overall it’s just a really good time. This year’s show featured some of the best cars yet, with a total of eight Gold Class nominees competing for top honors, and plenty of great Chevys to choose from for our AMSOIL Best of the Best competition. Check out the photos and see for yourself! Tom Coleman’s beautiful ’67 Chevelle sported a full Roadster Shop chassis, HRE one-off cusotm wheels, Katech-built LS7, and jewel-quality Daytona Blue/Argent Silver paint. Tom Coleman’s beautiful ’67 Chevelle sported a full Roadster Shop chassis, HRE one-off cus On Saturday night of the Bristol show, Thunder Valley hosts its “Night of Fire” that brings out jet cars, monster trucks, and acrobatic motorcyclists. On Saturday night of the Bristol show, Thunder Valley hosts its “Night of Fire” that bring Billy Morgan’s rat rod Chevy truck had people stopping for looks all weekend. Billy found the ’47, slammed it to the ground with air bags, then painted it up to look like a vintage electric service truck, complete with an old ’40s transformer sitting in the bed Billy Morgan’s rat rod Chevy truck had people stopping for looks all weekend. Billy found Jesse Addington has his Malibu carrying the wheels past the tree in the crisp Bristol night air. The racing conditions were perfect all weekend. Jesse Addington has his Malibu carrying the wheels past the tree in the crisp Bristol nigh There’s no telling what you’ll see at a Super Chevy event, which was well demonstrated when Doug Thompson showed up in the Footbrake class with what appears to be the ill-fated Grumpy’s Toy XIII. While there is no documentation to support that this is the car, it seems clear that this is an original SRD Pro Stocker with a three-link rear suspension and some leftover crash damage that indicates that this lost car might have been found at this event. There’s no telling what you’ll see at a Super Chevy event, which was well demonstrated whe The Bristol swap meet is always full of interesting cars and parts. With wagons growing more popular, this 327-equipped and pretty solid ’68 Chevelle hauler had lots of potential. The Bristol swap meet is always full of interesting cars and parts. With wagons growing mo The lanes were filled all weekend with everything from pro mods to bracket cars to junior dragsters. The lanes were filled all weekend with everything from pro mods to bracket cars to junior Wesley Cox of Pulaski, Virginia, is a veteran of many Super Chevy events and was at Bristol running his cherry ’68 Chevelle SS with a 350 and Turbo 400 transmission. Cox ran a 14.10 best at Bristol with a basically stock engine before bowing out in the first round of eliminations. Wesley Cox of Pulaski, Virginia, is a veteran of many Super Chevy events and was at Bristo Bristol always has one of our biggest and strongest Gold Class fields in the series, with eight cars competing this year for the top Super Chevy Show award. Bristol always has one of our biggest and strongest Gold Class fields in the series, with Editor’s Top 10 Car Show Awards Billy Morgan, New Market, TN, 1947 Chevy Truck Greg Fleenor, Bristol, TN, 1968 El Camino Harold and Jennifer Lee, Fayetteville, NC, 1986 Monte Carlo Aero Coupe Tom Coleman, Asheville, NC, 1967 Chevelle Roger Woody, Christiansburg, VA, 1955 Bel Air Convertible Jane and Eddy Cornett, Vilas, NC, 1962 Impala Dick Byrd, Kpt, TN, 1971 Rally Nova Tre Mills, Auburn, AL, 1969 SS396 Camaro John and Deborah O’Nan, Lancaster, KY, 1962 Bel Air Chuck Stone, Lebanon, VA, 1966 Corvette Outstanding Awards Paint: C. W. Looney, Grundy, VA Engine: Gregg Rodgers, Woodbury, TN Interior: Flip Bost, Statesville, NC Stock: Dwight Bower, Basset, VA Street: Michael and Ann Boyle, Summerfield, NC Rod: John and Deborah O’Nan, Lancaster, KY Workmanship: Brian Emmert, Bristol, TN ISCA: Jeff Melnichenko, Port Washington, OH Engineered: Dean Pilkton, Elixabethton, TN Nostalgia Modified Winner: Sonee Hall, Bristol, TN Nostalgia Rod- Rat Rod Modified Winner: Billy Morgan, New Market, TN Gold Class Stock Camaro 1967-69: Junior Shifflett, Duke, VA Stock Camaro 1967-69: Tre Mills, Notasola, AL Street Camaro 1967-69: Eddie Sells, Apex, NC Street Chevelle: Jeff Davis, Morristown, NJ Big Car: Billy Moose, Troutman, NC Big Car 1958-59: Danielle Tackett, Price, KY Modified 1955-56-57: Jennings White, Manchester, KY Modified 1967-69: Wyatt Whitworth, North Wilkesboro, NC Best of Show Big Car: Flip Bost, Statesville, NC Camaro: Kenneth Turner, Imlay City, MI Chevelle: Daniel Gasser, Danville, VA Corvette: Hubert right, Gibsonville, NC Conversion: Mike Arnold, Abing, VA Early Chevy: Brian Emmert, Bristol, TN El Camino: Greg Fleenor, Bristol, TN 1955-1957 Chevy: Roger Woody, Christiansburg, VA Monte Carlo: Michael Boyte, Summerfield, NC Nova: Tom Seagle, Pulaski, VA Pro Street Engineered: Tom Coleman, Asheville, NC Truck: Grg Rogers, Woodbury, TN Paint: Jeff Davis, Morristown, NJ Detail: Junior Sheffleft, Dyke, VA Engine: Billy Moose, Troutman, NC Excellence Award: Dean Pilkton, Elizabethton, TN Best of Show: Jennings White, Manchester, KY Race Results Bracket 1 Winner: Seth Street, Cedar Bluff, VA R/U: Ray Goins, Louisville, KY Bracket 2 Winner: Chad Dotson, Mill Spring, NC R/U: Russ Almand, Spring Hill, TN DOT Winner: Josh Curtis, Warrenville, SC R/U: Cody Spears Junior Div. 1 Winner: Jackson Bailey, Princeton, WV R/U: Alexis Whitaker, Telford, TN Junior Div. 2 Winner: Austin Roberts, Bluff City, TN R/U: Dillon Lemaster, Louia, KY 1 | 2 | » | View Full Article By Patrick Hill, Rod Short Enjoyed this Post? 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