Sizzle-N-Chill Cruise In
On Saturday April 15 members gathered at the Fort Hunter Mansion and Park to start a cruise to Sizzle-N-Chill for a show and great food. This was part 1 of the National Mustang day celebration. The Sizzle-N-Chill owner Ted Atanasoff provided three awards for Best Stock, Best Modified and Best Engine Compartment. The show had a great turnout of 47 cars registered and 50 cars in the field.
Meet up at the Fort Hunter Mansion, being the day before Easter, there was also an Easter hunt going on. But no time for Eggs, we need to head to Sizzle-N-Chill!
Ready to Cruise.
A beautiful cruise through the countryside, err battlefield?
Arrived at Sizzle-N-Chill, I can smell the fries.
The MCCPA tent is up and ready for registration.
A decent sized show of 47 cars registered and 50 cars in the field, with some very nice cars.
MCCPA Treasurer Jennifer Gamber calls all to the tent.
Sizzle-N-Chill owner Ted Atanasoff announces the winners.
Congratulations to Winners Rich Klein for Best Stock, Tom Anderson for Best Modified and Marty Fisher for Best Engine Compartment. Special thanks to judges Ted Atanasoff and Tom Toolan.