4th Annual Buckeye Classic

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Buckeye Scale Auto Club

Presents

The 4th Annual

Buckeye Classic Model Car Contest

Theme: The Cars of 1943!

Sunday March 23, 2014

9am – 3pm

Awards Immediately Following Judging

At the

Franklin County Fairgrounds
4100 Columbia St
Hilliard, OH 43026

14 Classes – 1st, 2nd & 3rd place awards in each class

Entry fees: $5 for the first 5 models, $10 for 6 or more

For Information Call:

Ron @ 740-501-7665

Classes:

1. Box Stock

2. Replica Stock (Aftermarket Allowed)

3. Pro-street / Street Machines (Street Legal)

4. Street Rods & Customs

5. Competition Drag/Straight Line

6. Competition Open & Closed Wheel

7. Lowrider/Tuners

8. Pick-ups & Light Trucks

9. Commercial, Police, Fire & Rescue

10. Big Rigs

11. Curbside & Slammers

12. Misc. Automotive (Everything Else)

13. Automotive Diorama

14. Youth

Best of Show

Featuring The Ohio Challenge ’57 Ford Build Off

No repeat rule in effect for past winners of this show

(And we know who you are!)

Vendor Information:

Tables $20 Each

After March 1 $30

Contact Ron Francis

740-501-7665

capthobbs@yahoo.com

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Looking forward to the show this weekend.

BTW... the pricing to enter the show seems a little odd. $5 to enter 5 models or $10 to enter 6 models???

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Sean, that's $10 for 6 OR MORE, heavy on the or more! You could enter 100 models for $10 if you wanted to. We found that most guys either enter a few builds, like 5 or less, or they enter like 8 or 9, sometimes 12! Considering most shows start at $10 to enter anything, I'd say that's a pretty good deal! Our show is pretty cheap to enter, cheap to just come and see ($2, the wife and/or kids get in free), and cheap to vend at ($30 per table now, $20 before March 1st), If we make too much money, we lower the prices! Anything we make over our costs we just waste on dumb stuff, so we don't want to have to decide how to spend it so we prefer not to have any money in the treasury. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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is there online reg forms or have to fill out at show

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Here's some photos from the show today. We had a great turnout with lots of excellent models. I gotta say, I'm glad I don't compete in this show, these guys are bringing their best to this show. The proof is in the photos. Thanks to all who attended and congrats to the winners, you deserve it!

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Here's the list of winners, Clay Kemp won Best of Show with his Dirt Late Model, Ryan King won Best Engine with his '69 Camaro, and Chris Thobe won best Paint with his '51 Chevy.

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Great show! Glad the new location worked for the show. Your club did a great job!

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Thanks for sharing your pictures Tom..

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Thanks from down under too!

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Thanks for the pics Tom.

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I was at this show as well. Saw Tom take some hardware, conrats Tom! That Woddy is just beautiful, pics do not do it justice. Nice show, had a great time.

I'd post pics, but they're the same ones Tom already posted!

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Thanks, Kevin! We are glad to do it, it seems everyone had a good time and we had some great models show up. Just so you all know, the Ohio Challenge build for next year is the 1940 Ford. You can build any 1940 Ford you want, the coupe, the Sedan, the sedan delivery, or the pick up. You can build them any way you want as long as it is still somewhat recognizable as a 1940 Ford. This is open to anyone, but if you win our trophy, you have to come back the next year to defend it. Have fun building!

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Thanks Tom. Lots of great models but I'd have stolen your woody if I'd been there.

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