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Terry Carstensen, left, and Will Welsch chat about Carstensen’s 1956 Chevrolet Belair two-door at the 21st annual Terry Home Show and Shine at Pacific City Park last Saturday. - Shawn Skager/Auburn Reporter
Terry Carstensen, left, and Will Welsch chat about Carstensen’s 1956 Chevrolet Belair two-door at the 21st annual Terry Home Show and Shine at Pacific City Park last Saturday.
— image credit: Shawn Skager/Auburn Reporter

Pacific City Park embraced a collection of vintage cars for the 21st annual Terry Home Show and Shine last Saturday.

Proceeds from the show benefitted Terry Home, a Pacific-based nonprofit charity, which provides housing for young adult survivors of traumatic brain injuries. The organization has residential housing in Pacific and Auburn.

The annual gathering of restored and historic vehicles, hot rods and classics is a popular event. Open to all vehicles, the show highlights vehicular Americana and the talents of restoration and craftsmanship.

Trophies and awards were awarded for the favorite stock classic, muscle car, street rod, early truck, motorcycle, unfinished, customized, engine, interior, low & cool and a number of other categories.

UA Plumbers and Pipefitters – Local 32, along with the Quality Inn in Pacific, sponsored the event.

 

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