co-sponsored by

The Woodbury Rotary Club

and the

Merchant & Professional

Association, Inc.

 


 

 

Woodbury Rotary Club President’s

2012 Car of the Year

 

1931 Ford Pick up
owned and Shown by Charles Simpson of Mt. Laurel, NJ

 

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Best of Show

Merchants President's Trophy

Rotary President's Trophy

Mayor's Trophy

Most Outrageous!!!

Coolest Ride Trophy

George Bifano 

Bruce Johnson

Charles Simpson

Andy Tally

Ed Pierce

Ed and Betty Jeffers

1961 Ford Thunderbird

1957 Ford "T" Bird

1931 Ford Pick Up

1967 Kaiser M-109

1971 American LaFrance

1913 Indian Motorcycle

True Facts about this 1913 Indian Motorcycle

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Woodbury Rotary Club President’s

2011 Car of the Year

1953 Buick Super Woody Wagon

Displayed by Steve Maconi of Wilmington, DE

  

Woodbury Rotary Club President’s

 

2010 Car of the Year

1965 F-100 Ford Pickup

Displayed by Robert Exley of Sewell, NJ

 

 

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Best of Show

Merchants President's Trophy

Rotary President's Trophy

Mayor's Trophy

Most Outrageous!!!

Charles Simpson

Robert Schomber

Robert Exley

Tom Habib

Joe Loveland

1931 Ford Pick Up
1933 Plymouth Street Rod
1965 F-100 Ford Pickup
1946 Chevy Pick Up
1934 Buick Opera Coupe

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Winner  of the 2009 Woodbury Rotary Club Trophy

 

1970 Hemi Charger
Owned by Bruce Clark of Mullica Hill, NJ
 

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 Winner  of the 2008 Woodbury Rotary Club Trophy

 

1969 Plymouth Road Runner
"HEMI DAN"
Owned by Daniel Nasielki
 

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Winner of the 2007 Woodbury Rotary Club Trophy

 

1932 Studebaker
4 Dr Dictator

Owned by Dottie & Marty Ott

TRUE FACTS ABOUT THIS 1932 STUDEBAKER

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