Winners listed for June 2 car show

Published 9:46 am Thursday, June 28, 2018

More than 50 classic, antique and collectible show cars and trucks, including Mustangs, Corvettes, Camaros, Firebirds, Challengers – and families – came together at Trailers of the East Coast on Saturday, June 2, for the Davie County High School Auto-Tech SkillsUSA Car Show.

Bill Davidson and the National Street Rod Association helped to keep the excitement from being dampened by the rainouts.

Not only is Davidson a member of the National Street Rod Association, he is also listed on the club’s “Fellow Pages,” an emergency reference for rodders in distress. This directory is a nationwide listing of NSRA members who have pledged their assistance to other vehicle owners who may, while traveling to or from a rod run or outing, experience mechanical difficulties on the road.

Davidson, of Clemmons, worked during the weeks before the show and during the weeks between rainouts to help maintain contact with local car owners and build enthusiasm for the show.  He helped with event planning, pre-sold several registration tickets, attended other shows to help get the word out, and presented the DCHS Auto Tech program with the NSRA Merit Award for excellence in construction, design and safety of the DCHS Rat Rod. The NSRA Merit Award was sponsored by Flaming River Classic Auto Parts and Sanderson Headers.

Beroth Tire and Auto set up at the show and gave away four new car tires.  All proceeds from the show, including registrations, food sales and proceeds from the raffle, were donated to benefit the Automotive Technology and SkillsUSA Chapter at Davie County High School. The 2018 car show raised almost $1,500.

“It was impressive to once again see the ‘family’ come together at Trailers of the East Coast,” said Will Junker. “Trailers of the East Coast employees showed up with spouses, kids and even grandkids; some to volunteer and some just to enjoy the car show and auction. I couldn’t keep count of exactly how many members of the Junker family spent the day working the car show, but members of all three generations worked together as a team, to pull off another memorable day at Trailers of the East Coast.”

Car Show Prize Winners

There are photos of every car show entry and prize winners available for download in high resolution from our 2018 DCHS Car Show Album on Flickr.

General Motors

Early-1975, Brad Lawson, ‘68 Camaro;

1976-1981, Rod Hill, ‘79 Camaro; and

1982-Present, Joe Low, ‘86 Trans Am.


Early-1975, Rusty Wyatt, ‘66 Shelby Mustang;

1976-1981, Brad Godbey, ‘78 Ford Truck; and

1982-Present, James Herring, 2013 Shelby Mustang.


Early-1975, Sam Spach, ‘68 Dodge Charger; and

1982-Present, John Jancic, 2013 Dodge Charger.


Jim Markell, ‘56 VW.


Pat O’connor, ‘72 Honda.


Randy Foster, ‘56 Chevy.

Best of Show

Brad Lawson, ‘69 Camaro.

Best Interior

Randy Foster ‘56 Chevy Truck.

Best Paint

Larry Dupont, ‘48 Chevy.

Best Engine

Barry Sechrest, ‘63 Plymouth.

Sponsor Choice

John Jancic, ‘64 Dodge Polara.

People’s Choice

Jackie Sherrill, ‘72 Mustang Mach 1.