Auto owners park their wheels on the trail at annual Burlingame car show

Kathy and Bob Koch exhibited the “best in show” vehicle at the Wheels on the Trail Car Show held last Saturday at Burlingame.
The High School Troublemaker of the show was Isreal Perez.

The High School Troublemaker of the show was Isreal Perez.

Burlingame’s Santa Fe Avenue was again filled with classic cars June 15 as car owners and spectators converged for the fourth annual Wheels on the Trail car show.

Categories and winners of the show were: Best in Show, Kathy and Bob Koch; Most Likely to Get a Speeding Ticket, John DeYoung; Get Out and Push, Dave Cregut; High School Trouble Maker, Israel Perez; People Mover, Greg Thill;

Dave Cregut didn't really have to get out and push it, but he won the award anyway.

Dave Cregut didn’t really have to get out and push it, but he won the award anyway.

Dream Car,Tom Marstal; What the Heck Is It?, Don Ricketts; Youngest Driver, Payton Davidson.
A gallery of photos of the show, by Dulcelina Delekta, are available here: http://dulcesphotos.pass.us/4th-annual-wheels-on-the-trail-car-show

Information thanks to Jeanne Riggs.

Tom Marsta showed the dream car of the show.

Tom Marsta showed the dream car of the show.

Nobody at the car show got ticketed, but John DeYoung's car was thought to be the one most likely to get a speeding ticket.

Nobody at the car show got ticketed, but John DeYoung’s car was thought to be the one most likely to get a speeding ticket.

 

What the heck is it? Only owner Don Ricketts knows.

What the heck is it? Only owner Don Ricketts knows.

How's the best way to move people? Load up the convertible and let Greg Thill drive.

How’s the best way to move people? Load up the convertible and let Greg Thill drive.

With her parents already worried about the cost of insurance when she becomes a  teenager, Payton Davidson won the youngest driver award.

With her parents already worried about the cost of insurance when she becomes a teenager, Payton Davidson won the youngest driver award.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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