2013 Model A and T Car Show

 

Following photos courtesy Mark Winslow

 

2012 Standish Depot Car Show entries

 

The Standish Model A and Model T Show returned July 13, 2013, this time as a co-project of the Standish Historical Depot and Welcome Center and Richardson Ford on US-23 in Standish.

 

Approximately 50 vintage vehicles lined the lot under a pleasant sky. The Shopko "next door" gave permission for spectators and attendees to use its parking lot for the show.

 

Entries were restricted to vehicles manufactured in or before 1931, which was the year Model A production ended. A new category, the speedster class, was open to people who turned Model As and Ts into hot rods but kept the old engines. Registrants came from across the Lower Peninsula and the Ohio border region. Several entries were shown by area residents.

 

Awards were for:

2012 Depot Car Show at a distanceStandard Tanker cargo area

 

Pre-registration was for entries received on or before July 5 was $5.00, after the 5th was $10.00. including registrations on day of the show.

 

A sloppy joe lunch and an an ice-cream social was provided free to all pre-registered vehicles with limit of two persons per vehicle. Lunch for all other attendees was $5.00 for lunch and $3.00 for the ice-cream social. Era dress was encouraged.

 

 

 

   
1929 Towncar   1931 Dump Truck

Best of Show Model A Car — 1929 Town Car

Hal and Beverly Williams of Grand Blanc, MI

 

Best of Show Model A Truck — 1931 Dump Truck

Bud Taylor of Harrison, MI

   
1915 Touring T   1925 Roadster Pickup

Best of Show Model T Car — 1915 Touring T

John Glasson of Almont, MI

 

Best of Show Model T Truck — 1925 Roadster Pickup

Jim Sims of Reed City, MI

   
1931 Runabout Speedster   1915 Model T Phaeton winner

Best of Show Speedster — 1931 Runabout

Pat Pifer of Remus, MI

 

Best of Show Non-Ford — 1924 LaFrance Fire Truck

Donald Spresny of Standish, MI