The Yolo Classic Car and Truck Show announced the winners of the ‘Cruisin’ into the Next Chapter’ event on August 27.
“I’m thrilled to be able to come back and do this again for the community and that everything will benefit the Yolo Branch Library,” said Meg Sheldon, who hosted the event. “All proceeds from this event and everything the Friends of the Yolo Branch Library do. It’s all about supporting activities and services and materials to make this library the best it can be.”
Nearly 1,000 people attended the event and saw 120 classic cars and trucks on the streets of Yolo.
Ray Santos was named Best of Show for his 1939 Ford Roadster and first and second prizes were awarded to the following 12 categories:
Stock truck 1900-1945
- First: Frank Martinez, 1929 Ford Model A
- Second: Steve Borba, 1915 Model T Racer
Stock truck 1946-1960
- First: Manuel Casteneda, 1950 Plymouth Deluxe
- Second: Art Castillo, 1957 Chevy Bel Air
Stock truck 1961-1975
- First: Eddie and Lydia Martinez, 1962 Volkswagen Bus
- Second: Michele Jessee, 1968 Dodge Charger
Modified car 1900-1945
- First: Brandon Schoel, 1931 Ford Sedan
- Second: Bob Stewart, 1938 Chevy Coupe
Modified car 1946-1960
- First: Michael McGinnis, 1956 Chevy Bel Air
- Second: Johnny Cano, 1948 Chevy Fleetmaster Convertible
Modified car 1961-1975
- First: Chris Cramsie, 1970 Chevy Chevelle
- Second: Rudy and Pam Robles, 1967 Pontiac GTO
Stock truck 1900-1945
- First: Steve Borba, 1929 Ford Model A Truck
Stock truck 1946-1975
- First: David Arriaga, 1959 Chevy El Camino
- Second: Doug Williams, 1949 Dodge B/B Pickup
Modified truck 1900-1945
- First: Oscar Tamayo, 1950 Chevy Truck
- Second: Jose Villalobos, 1936 Chevy Pickup
Modified truck 1946-1975
- First: Tony G., 1953 Chevy 3100
- Second: Michael McGinnis, 1966 Chevy C10 Pickup
- First: David Eredia, 1951 Plymouth Cambridge
- Second: Bill and Dana Carey, 1966 Shelby Cobra
- First: Paul Biasi, 1929 Ford Model A Truck
- Second: Hector Bautista, 1951 Pontiac Chieftain
“More than 80 volunteers, the County of Yolo, Yolo Fire Protection District, Yolo Blacksmith, Yolo Market, Cache Creek High School, and dozens more generous businesses collaborated with the Friends and Yolo County Library to make this event special,” the release highlighted. .
“Families enjoyed walking among classic cars and trucks, listening to music…, viewing antique fire trucks from local fire departments, viewing an exhibit of antique tractors and gas engines, and learning about auto-related recycling from Yolo County Integrated Waste Management,” the release added.
All funds from the event will be used by the library’s friends to fund library programs and services for Yolo, Zamora, Dunnigan and surrounding areas, according to the release.