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Ramblin Relics host Country Run for Fun

Marty Huntley of West Union, far left, receives the Bob Chandler Memorial Award from the Chandler Family.

The best Chrysler product of the show belonged to Harold Worthington of Georgetown with his 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner.

On Sunday June 28, over 100 Hot Rods, Classic Autos, Custom Pick-Ups, Pat Rods, Muscle Cars and other modified vehicles from Ohio, Kentucky and West Virginia converged on the Adams County Fairgrounds for the Ramblin Relics of Southern Ohio 42nd Annual Country Run for Fun.

Mother Nature provided a break from the recent rainy weather and gave those in attendance a nearly perfect day.

The Masters Three provided an inspiring musical church service and traditional games were enjoyed by those in attendance. Participants were able to renew old friendships and develop new ones and the beautiful vehicles were enjoyed by all.

Members of the Ramblin Relics evaluated the the vehicles, presented awards to the “Top 20” and honored several participants with special awards which included:

Best Ford: Dave Littleton of Grayson, KY with a 1964 Ford Falcon

Best Chrysler: Harold Worthington of Georgetown with a 1969 Plymouth Road Runner

Best Chevrolet: Brad Hanson of West Union with a 1956 Chevy 210

Ladies Choice: Enoch Thomas of Stanton, KY with a 1953 Ford F-100

NSRA Award: Curt Hines of Chillicothe with a 1939 Chevy Sedan

Best Rat Rods: Jim Crum of West Union and Justin Dotson of West Union

Bob Chandler Memorial Award: Marty Huntley of West Union with a 1971 Chevy Camaro

The Ramblin Relics want to thank all who brought their vehicles to this year’s show as well as the many spectators and others who helped make the show a success.

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