2022 Hot Rods, Muscle and More Judge Announcement
As our annual car show fundraiser continues to grow each year we thought it was in the best interest of the show to grow the judging team. From left to right our 2022 judging team will consist of Scott Scribner, Wes Pettengill and Jim Lowrey Jr. All three judges are responsible for awarding all 21 trophies. More about our judges for this year.
If you go to car shows and cruise nights in Southern New Hampshire you probably know Scott or have seen him at a show. Scott is a dedicated enthusiast of the car hobby in which he has been involved with since 1972. He operates the largest weekly cruise night in the state of New Hampshire, which is the Target Cruise Night in Nashua, NH. He is the owner of SSS Automobiles which is a collector car business that has been serving clients across the country since 2007. He is also the owner of historically significant cars which include the Bob Schaeneman Ford Roadster. Before retiring he was the VP of CIM Industries, which manufactured unique high tech coatings that served clients globally.
For 33 years Wes has been organizing and hosting car shows in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. For 25 years he hosted Skip’s Cruise Night in Merrimac, MA. He has attended two AACA judging seminars and is currently the show coordinator for Newburyport, Amesbury and Andover Massachusetts downtown car shows.
Jim Lowrey Jr
For 45 years Jim has been restoring cars for clients across the country. He has restored historically significant cars such as the Ray Brown 1932 Ford Roadster. His restorations have been featured at Pebble Beach, Amelia Island and Meadow Brook Concours d’Elegance events. A master restorer of hot rods, Jim’s work was featured in the Ken Gross book, Art of the Hot Rod. Originally from Chelmsford MA, he has resided in Tilton, NH for the last 25 years in which his restoration shop Lowrey’s Auto Restoration is located.
The 2022 Hot Rods, Muscle and More Car Show runs Saturday August 27th from 10am to 2pm with awards starting at 1pm at the New England Racing Museum (922 NH Route 106 Loudon, NH). 21 trophies in total to be awarded. Show car entry is $20 per car, which provides you two tickets to view the museum the day of the event. Spectator entry is $5 per person, kids under 12 free. There will be a 50/50 raffle and food truck.
The event is a fundraiser for the museum which is a 501©3 NH educational nonprofit. The mission of the museum is to discover, preserve and educate the public on the history of New England motor racing.