On Saturday, May 11, unique vehicles of all types were competing for a number of prizes in a show sponsored jointly by the Davy Crockett Region of the Antique Automobile Club of America and Food City at the new store on East Andrew Johnson Highway.
Kenneth Bowers of Afton took home the Davy Crockett Region President's Award for his green-with-black-trim 1929 Model A coupe.
The Food City Sponsor's Award went to Franklin Weems of Greeneville for his bright red-orange 1935 Ford Coupe.
Jenn Gregg of Mosheim won the People's Choice Award for her tricked-out black-and-hot pink 1963 Volkswagen Beetle that sported a rack on top and fuzzy dice hanging from the rearview mirror.
Roy Roberts of Greeneville won the Davy Crockett Region Club Award for a light green Ford Mustang.
However, all the ribbons did not go to cars, motorcycles and farm tractors were also displayed on the lot.
Lynn Rozar of Greeneville took first place in the motorcycle division for a 1942 Indian USMC Bike.
Allen Weems took home the Farm Tractor First Place trophy for his 1950 International Farmall.