Both Roger and Bronson Bush attended their first vehicle display Saturday, and that they stated they couldn’t have expected they would leave with a trophy. The father-and-son duo confirmed Ceredo’s twentieth annual Antique Auto Show with their 1976 Volkswagen Bus, which they bought closing September. When they heard about the car display occurring not long from their home in Raceland, Kentucky, they decided to test out the scene.
“Honestly, I love this camaraderie. All of the human beings right here are so that pleasant, and I truely love the scene right here,” he said. “Even if we (didn’t) win, I would still have a superb time.” The Bush circle of relatives obtained one in all 3 trophies, with different winners being People’s Choice and Mayor’s Choice. As Beetles, Corvettes, El Caminos, and more covered the Ceredo Plaza on Saturday, attendees had more or less 65 motors to pick from for their favorites, primarily based on features and look. Some automobiles dated lower back to the early Thirties, even as others got here from the ‘70s and ‘80s.
Ceredo Mayor Paul Billups said he was satisfied to peer so many human beings popping out to the event regardless of the possibility of rain. “Even with the climate, it’s not a bad turnout,” he stated. “People get to be out right here with each different, and for a number of them at the least, it’s the first time because the complete pandemic commenced. So I assume regardless of what the climate, human beings were going to show up.”
By the top of the display, nearby Jim Harmon gained the humans’ vote along with his 1944 Ford Deluxe. Harmon said he has enjoyed vehicle suggests for years, and he also had these days received fine avenue rod at every other automobile display in Huntington. “I’ve participated every time I can for the ultimate six or seven years,” he said. “Sometimes I win, every so often I lose, but regardless of what, I laugh.” Billups can also pick out his favorite to acquire a trophy and said he is a fan of muscle cars. He selected a 1962 Chevy Impala, for which proprietor Kenneth Acord of Kenova stated he was grateful. Acord’s automobile has gained awards at another automobile suggests, and all he had to say about his win is that he believes the auto deserves it.