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2019 Western Meet results

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This year's Western Meet was fantastic. We had 31 members and 29 Monte Carlos in attendance which is a new Western Meet record. Thanks to everyone who attended to make this a great meet. One cool statistic was that we had three father/son combinations that each brought their own Monte Carlo. We did a cruise on Thursday with stops at a view point, picnic lunch at the beach, some cider tasting and ice cream. Friday was the wine cruise that included several winery stops with amazing views.  Saturday was the big Peach City Beach Cruise car show with lots to see and do. Sunday was the Peach City Beach Cruise awards with the FGMCC banquet later that evening. During the weekend we had the entire hotel to ourselves and certainly made the most of it. We had such a great time catching up with our FGMCC family and welcoming new members to the meet experience. I have trouble putting into words how fun these meets are. The cars are what bring us together but it is really about the people.

Photos to come!

FGMCC Award Winners

Best Interior – Tom Kelly 1970
Best Paint – Peter Ureta 1971
Best Engine – Tom Kelly 1970
Best Chrome – Robert Calderon 1972
Best Non-Restored – Melanie Wiens 1970
Best Modified – Vaughn Peoples 1970 (Roy Bunjes accepting award)
Best Street – Kevin Uilkie 1971
Best Stock – Doug Simpson 1970
Members’ Choice – Vaughn Peoples 1971
Meet Director’s Choice – Steve Hoodicoff 1970
Longest Distance Driven – Kevin Uilkie 1971 (1,459 miles)
Hard Luck – Steve Hoodicoff 1970 (flat tire)

Peach City Beach Cruise Award Winners

1st place Monte Carlo – Vaughn Peoples 1971
2nd place Monte Carlo – Peter Ureta 1971
3rd place Monte Carlo – Robert Calderon 1972

 

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Congratulations to everyone who won awards.  Congratulations to everyone who attended and experienced the amazement of a FGMCC meet.  

Thanks to Aaron for planning these Western Meets.  It takes a lot of time, planning and hard work to plan a successful meet.

rob

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Wow that sounds like it was a great time. That's a lot of FGMC in one place at the same time!

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Congrats to all the winners!!!   Yes a lot of members at that meet. How many First Gens were there?

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5 minutes ago, willie said:

Congrats to all the winners!!!   Yes a lot of members at that meet. How many First Gens were there?

29 first gens.

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