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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