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Back to Brunswick hot rod show shines again

Photos by Jeff Dawson

This year marked the tenth anniversary of the Back to Brunswick Hot Rod Run, in memory of Pete Chapouris.

This year, Pete’s son, Pete Chapouris IV was a special guest.

Last weekend’s event featured daily lunchtime cruises on Friday and Saturday followed by the annual Show & Shine- complete with trophy presentation – in the park opposite Hotel Brunswick on Sunday (15 July).


2 responses to “Back to Brunswick hot rod show shines again”

  1. Len Heggarty says:

    What we want to know about is the red car. From the length of the bonnet is could be a Straight 8.
    They are very rare

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