The Smithville Review hosted the DeKalb County Car and Truck Show last Saturday with some very interesting and beautiful automobiles coming out to participate. The show was held at the DeKalb County Complex and featured antiques to full blown Mad Max rat rods.
Local car enthusiast Ronald Clayton took the top Chevy award for his 1969 Chevrolet Z-28 Camaro, while Charles Cantrell of Dowelltown came in second with his 1956 Corvette.
Joe Davis came in first in the production category with his 1969 Oldsmobile Cutlass convertible, while Les Mummert of Smithville came in second with his 1964 Chevrolet Impala SS.
Roger Gambrell of Algood, TN, took the top spot in the Best Ford category, with his 1990 Ford Mustang, while David Johnstone took second with his 1965 Ford Galaxy.
In the Rat Rod category, Mike Hooten of Lafayette, TN, took first place for his 1979 Peterbilt, while Steven Enoch of Lebanon took second with his 1951 Ford F-100.
Paul Scott took first place in the Street Rod category, with his blown 1941 Willys Coupe, while Victor McDonald of Lebanon took second for his 1938 Chevy Coupe.
William Engel won the truck category with his 1969 Chevy, while Donald Strode came in second with his C-10 Scottsdale.
Second place in the Modified category went to A Washer for his 1963 Ford F-100, while first place went to Loren Aschbrenner for his 1940 Packard 110. Aschbrenner also took home the trophy for Best of Show.