Pictured (l-r) are Lloyd Reynolds, Jim Moreland, Bill Wilmoth, Larry Goolman, Mark Bond and Barry Custis. They were the winners of the top awards in the car show. (Submitted photo)
Pictured (l-r) are Lloyd Reynolds, Jim Moreland, Bill Wilmoth, Larry Goolman, Mark Bond and Barry Custis. They were the winners of the top awards in the car show. (Submitted photo)
The annual Car Show sponsored by the Lynchburg Lions Club and Martinsville IOOF was held Saturday, Oct. 5 at the Lynchburg Lions Club Park.

Awards were presented to the Best of Show winner as well as the Best Ford, Best Chrysler, Best General Motors, Best “Other” and Oldest Car exhibitors. Plaques were also given to the other Top 20 winners.



The following winners were announced at the Car Show:

• The Best of Show trophy, donated by Southern Hills Community Bank, was won by Bill Wilmoth with a 1968 Chevy Bel Air.

• The Best General Motors car plaque, donated by Jerry Haag Motors, Inc., was presented to Jim Moreland with a 1972 Olds Cutlass.

• The Best Ford plaque, donated by Bill Marine Ford, Inc., went to Barry Custis with a 1969 Mustang.

• The Best Chrysler car was exhibited by Lloyd Reynolds with a 2010 Mopar. The plaque donor was Mt. Orab Chrysler - Dodge - Jeep - Ram.

• The Best “Other” plaque, donated by the Martinsville and Lynchburg Lions Clubs, was won by Larry Goolman with a 1932 Studebaker.

• The Oldest Vehicle award, donated by Terry’s Pizza and Grocery, went to Mark Bond with a 1929 Ford.

Other “Top Twenty” plaque winners included Chad McConnaughey, Larry Teboe, Jerry Hammons, Bob Roth, Bill Cheek, James Wilson, Tim Roth, Deanna Oaks-Feiss, Mike Leach, Melvin McQueen, Tom and Cheryl Madler, David Burton, Mark Bond, Mike Turner and Glen Holt.

Top Twenty plaque donors included Tom Pitzer Trucking LLC, Bullseye Silk Screening, J.R. Dye Landscaping and Nursery, Martinsville Star-Orphan Hope Lodge #182, Hiawatha Encampment #70 IOOF, Pack’s Peak Auto and Towing, Just for Looks, Turner and Son Funeral Homes, Hertlein Repair LLC, Brown’s Distributors of Martinsville, Lukas Pharmacy, Family Diner, Back in Time Stove Shop, Rammel’s Accurate Concrete Pumping and Dwight Hamilton Insurance Agency. Jo’s Vintage Barber Shop and American Way Tax and Accounting provided the dash plaques for every exhibitor.

All exhibitors received dash plaques as a token of appreciation for their participation. A big thanks is extended to all the sponsors and supporters of the show, as well as congratulations to all the winners.

The Lynchburg Lions Club provided the food, and the Lions Club and Martinsville IOOF cosponsored the show. All proceeds will be used for these two groups’ community service projects.