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On May 17, the Memory Lane Cruisers held their annual car show in conjunction with the Red Rose Festival held in downtown Lancaster. We would like to thank everyone who participated in the show. We had 44 cars and one motorcycle registered. This is the largest participation in several years.
Plaques were given to the top 25 cars and trucks and to the top three motorcycles and tractors. Specialty trophies were awarded for the Coolest Ride, Nifty-Fifty, Best Original Ford, Best Original GM, Best Original Mopar, Best Engine, Best Interior, Hottest Hot Rod, Best Paint, Best Tires and Wheels and Best Original Truck.
The Best of Show Trophy was awarded to Boyce Cauthen for his baby blue 1957 Thunderbird.
With each car show, the Memory Lane Cruisers honor a specific charity. In past years HOPE Inc. of Lancaster, Christian Services and the Shriner’s Children’s Hospital are some of the projects that have received donations. This year the Memory Lane Cruisers Car Show honored the Wounded Warrior Project. We were proud to sponsor the Wounded Warrior Project and those veterans who are helped by this project. Memory Lane Cruisers donated $1,005 to the Wounded Warrior Project.
Memory Lane Cruisers would like to acknowledge and thank the following for helping us present our car show and make the donation to the Wounded Warrior Project:
u State Farm Insurance – Janice Mathis, State Farm Insurance – Larry Durham, Richard Chandler’s Collision Center, Burns Ford, JW Watts Tax Service and Nichols Hess and Associates for sponsoring our show.
u Kershaw VFW Post, Wilson Tires, Auto Exteriors, Vintage Cars, M&M Muffler and Garage, Westgate Tires & Service, Lavern’s Small Engine Repair, Carolina Country Store for sponsoring our Specialty Trophies.
We would also like to thank and Studley’s Independent Rods for sponsoring the Best of Show Trophy.
Memory Lane Cruisers is a community-based organization that believes in giving back to help others. We welcome all who like cars to attend a meeting.
The only qualification is that you like cars and enjoy good fellowship. The club meets on the first Tuesday night of each month at Jomar’s Restaurant at 6:30 p.m. for supper and 7 for the meeting.
The club has a cruise-in on the third Thursday of each month on S.C. 9 Bypass in the parking lot in front of Mulley’s Restaurant. Any and all cars, trucks, tractors and motorcycles are invited to participate. The cruise-in is held from 6 to 8 p.m.
Entry is free and door prizes are given to participants.
For details on the club meetings or cruise-ins call Paul Kay, president, at (803) 804-2329 or Don Phipps, vice president, at (803) 283-2440.
Memory Lane Cruisers Inc. secretary