Auburn’s Nelson Brown sits by his pride and joy, a 1923 T-Bucket, which he and his wife, Sylvia, drive exclusively, about 300 miles, to hot rod runs and shows each year. Photos by MARK KLAAS, Kent Reporter

Auburn’s Nelson Brown sits by his pride and joy, a 1923 T-Bucket, which he and his wife, Sylvia, drive exclusively, about 300 miles, to hot rod runs and shows each year. Photos by MARK KLAAS, Kent Reporter

Show of classic chrome and horsepower

More than 200 entries invade ShoWare for the All-Ford Show & Mustang Roundup

  • Thursday, August 23, 2018 10:30am
  • Life

Classic cars and modern-day marvels filled the east parking lot of the accesso ShoWare Center for the 31st annual All-Ford Show & Mustang Roundup last Saturday.

The show, one of the largest of its kind in the region, is put on by the Pacific Cascade Mustang Club and presented by Bowen Scarff of Kent. The show-and-tell event attracted more than 200 entries from throughout the area.

Judges awarded trophies to winners in more than 50 classes. There was displays, vendors, food, music and raffle prizes.

Proceeds from the show supported the Pediatric Interim Care Center, The Newborn Nursery.

Jim Davitk, owner of a yellow 1930 Ford Model A street rod, sits quietly, as onlookers take in the classic cars. MARK KLAAS, Kent Reporter

Jim Davitk, owner of a yellow 1930 Ford Model A street rod, sits quietly, as onlookers take in the classic cars. MARK KLAAS, Kent Reporter

Neil Lemaster watches as his 1934 Ford Coupe, which he drove to the show from Mercer Island, glimmers in the sun last Saturday. MARK KLAAS, Kent Reporter

Neil Lemaster watches as his 1934 Ford Coupe, which he drove to the show from Mercer Island, glimmers in the sun last Saturday. MARK KLAAS, Kent Reporter

The All-Ford Show Mustang Roundup attracted a large collection of makes and models of yesteryear and today. MARK KLAAS, Kent Reporter

The All-Ford Show Mustang Roundup attracted a large collection of makes and models of yesteryear and today. MARK KLAAS, Kent Reporter

Rick Hagen’s 1931 Model A Ford “Bad Dog” comes in red and with an attitude.

Rick Hagen’s 1931 Model A Ford “Bad Dog” comes in red and with an attitude.

A classic 1957 Ford Fairlane convertible, powered by a 351 cubic-inch Windsor, stands out in the lineup as its owner, Kent’s Rick Gould talks to passers-by.

A classic 1957 Ford Fairlane convertible, powered by a 351 cubic-inch Windsor, stands out in the lineup as its owner, Kent’s Rick Gould talks to passers-by.

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