Results of the 4rd Annual Dauphin Island Spring Festival Show April 9, 2000


We had fabulous weather and 79 bikes entered in 12 classes. All in all we cleared $652 for the Duaphin Island school! As soon as I get a date for next year's show I will post it here. Thanks go out to Carlos Forte for organizing a superb show this year. Carlos was so busy with the show, however, that he almost forgot to take pictures. I am sorry that we could not have a picture of all of the winners. Those that he took can be viewed by clicking on the blue hypertext below. Here is a rundown of the winners.

Class First Place Second Place Third place
Vintage American Kent Stocker; 1945 Knucklehead Al Lewis; 1959 Hummer Jimmy Arthur; 1976 shovel head
Vintage Japanese Joe McDonald; 63 305 Dream Carlos Forte; 67 Bridgestone Mike Hereford; 69 Honda 750
Vintage British Jim Arrington; 1952 Velocette Mac Greg Magner; 67 BSA Lightning Jake Taffaro; 70 Triumph TR6
Vintage European Phillip Colquette; 74 BMW r60/6 Nigel Smith; 64 Ducati 250  
Custom Ann Harrison; 1998 Ultra Soft tail Ann Elmore; 98 Ultra Bill Heath; 99 Harley
Harley Cruiser Richard Catchot; 2000 Soft tail Ron Jackson; 98 Fat Boy Robert Dismuke; 98 Wideglide
Non-Harley Cruiser Eric Helfgott; 99 Indian Chief Dan Brunson; 1999 Excelsior Don Hyman; 99 Roadstar Silv.
Sport Bike Garry Owen; 80 Ducatti SSD Don Bartoli; 74 Norton John Player Bob Moran; 97 Buell S3T
Dresser Harold Evans; 94 FLHTC Electraglide Joe McDonald; 1999 Electraglide Jim Beard; 88 FLHS
Competition Jerry Dildy; 69 HD Sprint Andy Wisner: 2000 Profuel HD Al Lewis; 78 HD MX250
Scooter Joe Green; 57 Cushman Eagle Carlos Forte; 63 Allstate Compact Ed Hannon; 79 p125x Vespa
Unrestored Garry Owen; 67
Yamaha twinjet 100
Carlos Forte: 70 T350 Suzuki Carlos Forte; 69 Sears Twingle


Finally, The People's Choice award for "best of Show" went to Andy Wisner with "Miss Piggy"

Other interesting bikes were Mike Porter's Hercules Rotory and Botter Honda in Pascagula sent a whole truckload of vintage Hondas. Of course there was as much activity in the parking lot as in the show itself.

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