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Season End Car Show 2016
Our season end car show was phenomenal with nearly 500 cars on display - 134 newly registered cars for a total of 801 cars this year! Beating last season's record of 695 cars.

Spectator's 1st place choice Julie Davine's 1959 AMC Rambler. Her third year winning! She greets every person that views her car earning their spectator's vote. However, she says next season it's someone else's turn. Second place for Jeremy Gatcomb's 1923 Ford T Bucket and third place for Ron Berube's 1955 Ford Crown Vic. Museum curator Mac's choice was a 1954 Ford Crestline Skyliner owned by Chris and Judy Arroyo. Bentley's choice was a spectacular 1964 Cheetah owned by Chuck Schwager, a true race car that Chuck let Bentley drive!

Thank you to all participants and supporters of our Car Show Raffles. With your support, we donated $1620 to the Town of Arundel for the Holiday Program for the less fortunate.

Thank you to all our sponsors and special thanks to Jeff with the Biddeford Napa Store for donating a toolbox valued at $800! Plus their weekly donation of a loaded up NAPA bucket. Dick Roy was the winner of the toolbox! He said his wife wants to convert it to a jewelry box!

We all love Brian Carpentier, our Good Humor ice cream man! He rode around on his 1952 Cushman Ice Cream bike handing out FREE ice creams.

Click here to watch Billy Roberge's Video.