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Crowds look over the boats at the 2013 Smith Mountain Lake Antique and Classic Boat Show.
Friday, September 27, 2013
The following awards were given at the 2013 Smith Mountain Lake Antique and Classic Boat Show and Festival, which was held Saturday at Mariners Landing in Huddleston. The show was attended by more than 2,500 visitors, who turned out to see 46 registered boats from several states.
Peoples Choice: Lootas, Mark Thompson 1929 Hackercraft 26' Dolphin
Best Chris-Craft: Birmingham Baby, Roger Smith, 1952 Chris-Craft 19-foot Racer
Best Century: James Chase, 1967 Century 19-foot Resorter
ACBS Best Preserved: Pygmy, Joe Ludgate, 1955 Penn Yan 14-foot Aristocrat
Best Runabout: Spiffy, Alan Frederick, 1948 Chris-Craft 20-foot Custom
Best Utility: Miss Cynthia, Lars Okeson, 1948 Chris-Craft 22-foot Sportsman
Best Cruiser: Splinters, David Pfefferkorn, 1957 Chris-Craft 25-foot Express
Best Outboard: L'il Red, Art Cournoyer, 1963 Crestliner 13 feet
Best Lapstrake: Katharina, John Torok, 1965 Grady White 22 f eet
Best Contemporary: Barrel of Fun, Jim McDonald, 2001 Fish Brothers 23-foot Triple
Best Non-wood: Tin Man, Bob Pennoyer, 1957 Feathercraft 12-foot Rocket
Best Owner Restoration: Richard Charles, 1959 MFG, 15-feet
Oldest Boat: Flapper, Mike Mutchler, 1926 Chris Craft 26-foot Triple
Best Non-powered: Ron Root, 1951 Penn Yan, 14 feet
Longest Distance: Barrel of Fun, Jim McDonald, 2001 Fish Brothers 23-foot Triple
Claude Watson Craftsmanship Award: Bill Goold, 1956 Century 14-foot Imperial
Junior Judges: T/T Deuces Wild, Walter Herman, 1987 Donzi 22-foot Classic
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