People’s Choice for RCC Club Car, 1937 Chevy Pickup owned by Dale & Karen Straatmann, Washington, MO
Jim & Geralyn Gloe won the Snap-On Innovation award at the Goodguys 7th Spring Lone Star Nationals March 17-19, 2017 at the Texas Motor Speedway.
NOTE: THIS CAR WILL ALSO BE DISPLAYED AT THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS AUTOMOTIVE FINISHES BOOTH AT THE 2019 SEMA SHOW.
The text from the Good-Guys Gazette, June 2017, Pg 153 reads as follows:
A powerful 572c.i. fitted with EFI rumbled the ground when Jim and Geralyn Gloe rolled through the awards ceremony with their '68 Camaro from Fulton, MO. Manhandling that power is a Detroit Speed suspension setup and calming it are Baer brakes on all four corners tucked nicely behind
Budnik wheels. A custom black leather interior may get hot in the heat of summer, so Jim relies on Vintage Air to keep him cool on those toasty days.
Best of Show, 1955 Chev. Bel Air owned by Mike & Sandy Bockting, New Haven MO, shown by Dave Duvall
2017 Car Show "Best Of" Cars
Best Paint, 1956 Chevy Conv. owned by Wayne Houseman, Union, MO
2018 Car Show "Best Of" Cars
Best Interior, 1937 Dodge owned by Greg Johnson, Columbia, MO
Dan Hutson, Imperial MO, 1970 Plymouth GTX Best Paint
2016 River City Cruisers Car Show
September 11, 2016
Car Show Montage
2017 River City Cruisers Car Show
September 10, 2017
Larry & Janet Stewart, Bland MO, 1968 Chev. Camaro Best Engine
Best of Show, 1938 Chevy owned by Greg & Lucy Bullock, Lake of the Ozarks, MO
A short video of our 2017 Car Show in the Park. It starts with the gathering at the River Front Park the Saturday before the show and then moves on to the Car Show at the Hermann City Park in 2017.
Best Engine Compartment, 1967 Plymouth GTX owned by Ted Theis, O'Fallon, MO
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One of our members, Dale Gloe was recently honored for his efforts in restoring a 1959 Star Craft Super Constellation boat. Dale acquired the boat in 2011 and in December of 2016 received the Splash of the Year (SOTY) award from forum members of the iboat Starcraft Boats Forum. The 3rd photo of the T-Bird shows another boat Dale restored earlier. It is a 1965 Cherokee Playboy made by KcKenzie Mfg.
Don Zeller, Tebbetts MO, 1957 Chev. Bel Air Conv. Women's Choice
Pictures from our old files!
We have a monthly cruise the second Friday of the month from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM at the local Hardee’s in Hermann, MO. The first cruise is usually in April and the last cruise is usually in October.
Dennis Henry, Winfield MO, 1955 Chev. Bel Air Best Interior
Club Participation, Hometown Cruisers, Washington, MO
This isn’t the typical car show video. Yes there are a few flashy, cool and unique cars & other modes of transportation that you would expect to see in a video about a car show. This video shows a little of what it takes to put on a car show. We aren’t professionals, nobody gets paid for their time. We all give willingly and work together trying to share our passion, fascination and fondness for vehicles that gave us the freedom to roam, spurred our imaginations and were the fuel for our creative spirits when we were younger and as we grow older.
It takes hard work and guidance to make it all come together. Individuals with unique talents, or just a willingness to help, bond on this one day a year to put on an event to share all of this with anybody that wants to join us. We hope you enjoy the following 7 minutes or so and invite you to come to Hermann, MO in September and spend the day or weekend with people that share your interest and passion, be it customs, traditionals, racers, sports cars, two wheels, 4 or more wheels, classics, new or old, street, strip, track, rat-rod, tuners, haulers and antiques.
Come share with us what keeps you awake at nights, in the garage on weekends and what keeps you sane in a complex, intense world.
Bring a kid along too to help keep this flame lit. Pass on your knowledge, joy and enthusiasm.
Terry Rehma, Jefferson City, MO, 1952 Chevy Pickup People’s Choice for RCC Club Car