SPOTSWOOD, NJ - The Spotswood High School girls basketball program hosted their second annual car show on Sunday. Cars and car lovers came out despite the warm afternoon to enjoy the show that included more than 125 classic cars. From Volkswagen Beetles to personalized vans to camaros and beyond all different makes, colors and designs of cars were on display at Spotswood High School's back parking lot to the enjoyment of car enthusiasts from across the state.

"Our second annual car show was fantastic," Spotswood High School head girls basketball coach Vincent Vizzi said. "One hundred and twenty-six people displayed their vehicles in support of our girls basketball program. We could not be more thankful for the support of the car owners and community members who stopped by the event."

Prizes were awarded for the top cars in a variety of categories. The afternoon saw 40 winners in total. Best in Show went to Sal's1936 Ford 5 Window Coupe while the Lady's Choice went to Vito's 1941 Willy's Coupe. The Charger Choice award went to Amine's1973 Dodge Charge. Other award winners included:

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  • Gary's Pontiac GTO 1966
  • Dennis' Studebaker 1949
  • Mike's Ford 1923
  • John's Volks Wagon 1958
  • Greg's Chevy 1971
  • Lou's Chevy 1979
  • Rich's Chevy 1969
  • Joe- Chevy 1979
  • Andy's Ford 1939
  • Ray's Chevy 1975
  • Bruce's Chevy 1934
  • Alan's Chevy 1952
  • Tom's Olds Mobile 1965
  • Bill's Chevy 1970
  • Jerome's Chevy 2017
  • Mike's International 1972
  • Joe's Chevy 1966
  • John's Chevy 1969
  • Mark's Chevy 1955
  • Rich's Plymouth 1969
  • Walt's Ford 1931
  • Kathy Jo's Chevy 1965
  • Carson's Dodge 2013
  • Ken's Ford 2007
  • John's Chevy 1969
  • Al's Olds Mobile 1936
  • Billy's Chevy 1933
  • John's Ford 1930
  • Blonde's T- Ford 1957
  • John's Ford 1946
  • Rick's Chevy 1984
  • Keith's Chevy 1966
  • Frank's Chevy 1988
  • Taxi Mike's Checker 1977
  •  Ed- Chevy 2014
  • Rob's Ford 1930

"The car show idea all started when I was approached by a member of the Classic Knights Car Club," explained Vizzi. "They are a non-profit club that look to give back to different communities and organizations. I immediately thought it was a fantastic idea. What better way to bring together the girls basketball program and our town!"

Sunday's event included music, raffles and a 50/50.