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Kiwanis Club Car Show 2012

'57 Chevies like this one in original turquoise blue always attract lookers.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Marco Eagle-Daily News.

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'57 Chevies like this one in original turquoise blue always attract lookers. Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Marco Eagle-Daily News.

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  • Rare '60 Nash Metropolitan of Bob Campbell.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Marco Eagle-Daily News.
  • Frank Richards, Sr. with his '86 Vette that he hopes to pass along  to son Frank, Jr.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Marco Eagle-Daily News.
  • Vinnie Gelo smiles along his rare '56 Cadillac Series 62 convertible.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Marco Eagle-Daily News.
  • Fred Steiner with his unusual '68 Roadrunner street rod.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Marco Eagle-Daily News.
  • Tony Costantino of Marco Island Corvettes and Muscle Cars with his 2009 Corvette Z06.  the club meets every Thursday at the Town Center Mall.   Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Marco Eagle-Daily News.
  • '33 Ford Vicky owned by John (posing) and Marsha Elliott.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Marco Eagle-Daily News.
  • Chuck Ruth's massive replica '34 Duesenberg II.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Marco Eagle-Daily News.
  • Bernie Rowan looks over a '48 Mercury convertible of J.B. Jennings.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Marco Eagle-Daily News.
  • With 24 cylinders and 1100 horsepower, Bob Potter's '34 Panther roadster stood out.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Marco Eagle-Daily News.
  • '48 Buick Roadmaster owned by Joe Batte, son of original owner.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Marco Eagle-Daily News.
  • Ed Rogan's '65 'Woody' gets attention.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Marco Eagle-Daily News.
  • Pat Mercurio and grandchildren Angela and Anthony with their 2001 Plymouth Prowler.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Marco Eagle-Daily News.
  • Erin & Eric De Simone pose by Erin's personally customized '07 Mustang as Sheperds Ferrari & Cobra accompany them.   Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Marco Eagle-Daily News.
  • Record cars and attendance marked this year's Kiwanis car show.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Marco Eagle-Daily News.
  • Tim & Patty Richart with their '52 MG.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Marco Eagle-Daily News.
  • Trophies for over a dozen qualifications would be awarded.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Marco Eagle-Daily News.
  • '57 Chevies like this one in original turquoise blue always attract lookers.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Marco Eagle-Daily News.
  • Bob Herndon and his '93 Jaguar XJR-S with 330 horsepower joined muscle car row.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Marco Eagle-Daily News.
  • Ron Mihalek, right shows the specs of his '70 Chevelle to a prospective buyer.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Marco Eagle-Daily News.
  • Here's Robert Ritchey and his '56 Chevy in orange firemist metallic & tombstone grey- a contender for best color in show.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Marco Eagle-Daily News.
  • Front end of the '66 Chevelle SS 396 owned by Carl Haeussler.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Marco Eagle-Daily News.
  • John Irvin and his lightning fast 2007 Porsche 911 twin turbo that can do 0-60 mph in 4 seconds.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Marco Eagle-Daily News.

With 186 cars entered and an overflowing turnout the 2012 Kiwanis Club car show was a record.  Everything from early '30s American cars right through the classic '60s & 70s muscle versions were on display, some offered for sale.  Layered on top were ultra modern Corvettes, Porsches and Prowlers with a sprinkling of other foreign models like the popular MG.

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