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PHOTOS: Federal Way Lions car show 2012

The Federal Way Lions held their annual classic car show Aug. 18 at The Commons. The event raises money for local scholarships.

George and Karen Sedlack won Best of Show with their 1939 Ford Standard Coupe. The People's Choice Award winner was a 1956 Ford Victoria owned by Rob Rogers.

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Award winners

• Mayor's choice: 1957 Ford Skyliner Retractable, Ev and Tony Gish

• Ladies choice: 1967 Chevy Impala, Pastor Dave and Estera Ortega

• Baddest truck: 1949 Ford F-1, Rock Briebl

• Meanest muscle: 1973 Dodge Challenger, Robert Beal

• Cool custom: 1930 Ford A, Chris Jackson

• Best ragtop: 1949 Willys Jeepster, Wally Klingele

• Best threads: 1967 Chevy Impala, Pastor Dave Ortega

• Coolest finish: 1932 Ford Coupe, Dave Robicheau

• Hottest flames: 1999 Plymouth Prowler, Orlando Samora

• Daily driver: 1960 Ford F-100, Dale Vos

• Best detailed engine: 1957 Chevy Bel-Air, Mike Claggett

• Most exotic: 1959 Austin Healey, John Hale

• Top Cop's choice: 2009 Ford Shelby GT 500, Alison Russel

• Dazzling display: 1955 Bel-Air Sport Coupe, Stan Pauley

• Best rod: 1936 Plymouth, Jerry Weaver

• Pre 1940: 1932 Plymouth four-door PA Sedan, Len Abrahamson

• Post 1940: 2006 Ford Mustang GT, Maria Gonzalez

• People's choice: 1956 Ford Victoria, Rob Rogers

• Cleanest factory original: 1948 Plymouth Special Deluxe, Lee Perez

• Best graphics: 1934 Ford Coupe, Paul Maison

• Coolest wheels: 1938 Chevy Business Coupe, George Haley

• Top hard top: 1957 Ford Retractable Skyliner, Mike Paul

• Classy chassis: 1957 Olds Super 88, Eric Seward

• Best headlights: 1966 Buick Riviera GS, Larry Moe

• Sears award: 1925 Ford Model T, Gordon Turcott

• Lions award: 1940 Ford Coupe, Christi Harris

• Best work in progress: 1966 Ford Mustang, Darrin Glaser

• Best service vehicle: 1946 Kenworth Fire Engine, Chuck Kahler

• Looks real fast: 1973 Chevy Camaro, Dwayne Rogers

• Extreme power: 1941 Willys Coupe, Ric Williams

• Retailer's dream: 1939 Ford Standard Coupe, George Sedlack

• 15 years and newer (stock): 2005 Dodge Ram SRT-10, Jeff Fowler

• 15 years and newer (modified): 2005 Chrysler 300-C, Ken Beaupry

• Mechanic's delight: 1963 Chevy Nova, Jack Jackson

• Best of show: 1939 Ford Standard Coupe, George Sedlack

• D'Elegance award: 1956 Ford Victoria, Rob Rogers

• Best rebuilt: 1969 Chevy Camaro, Terry Walvoord

• Judge's verdict: 1969 King Midget III, Jerry Galland

• Best roadster: 1937 Packard 115, Jim Fleming

• Teenager's choice: 1974 Chevy Vega, Scott Shreiber


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