Scarborough Auto Show ‘Huge Success’

Pictured at a recent auto show, Scarborough Enclave Executive Director Caitlin Marsanskis, right, and trophy recipient Dana Bradbury.

The 7th Annual Scarborough Enclave Vintage Car Show took place on August 26th.

The event was a huge success according to a press release from Enclave The event raised a good sum of money for the Reiche School in Portland as well as several donations of school supplies

In addition, there were special themed raffle winners, a 50/50 raffle winner, and Dana and Jennifer Bradbury received “Best in Show” for their 1946 Studebaker pickup.

“A friend of mine built this 10 to 12 years ago,” Bradbury said. “I had always wanted a Hot Rod so I told him if he ever wanted to sell it I would start saving money and about five years ago he became mine.”

“This is our fourth appearance at the Enclave Auto Show,” he said. “We are part of two auto clubs, one being Downeast Street Rods. It’s a hobby for us. We go to 12-15 shows a year. The reason we love the Scarborough Show is to listen to the stories of their residents. Most of them have probably driven these cars and hopefully when I get to that age people organize a car show for me too.

The event hosted by Lifestyles Directo, Amber Tarvers Jr., also had live entertainment with local band, the Pine Tones. From food to decorations, this was a fab 50s feature for sure and according to Tarvers. “The residents loved it. “

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