Classics on display at Lambs Farm Champion Car Show

 
Daily Herald report
Updated 6/3/2018 5:49 PM
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  • Ken Abbott of Green Oaks shows his 6-year-old twin daughters, Gracie and Glory, the engine of a 1967 Ford Mustang during the 6th annual Lambs Farm Champion Car Show on Sunday in Libertyville. The juried show featured a wide variety of makes and models of cars.

      Ken Abbott of Green Oaks shows his 6-year-old twin daughters, Gracie and Glory, the engine of a 1967 Ford Mustang during the 6th annual Lambs Farm Champion Car Show on Sunday in Libertyville. The juried show featured a wide variety of makes and models of cars. Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • A spectator watches Rick Escevedo of Chicago polish his 2003 convertible Chevy Corvette during the 6th annual Lambs Farm Champion Car Show on Sunday in Libertyville. The juried show featured a wide variety of makes and models of cars.

      A spectator watches Rick Escevedo of Chicago polish his 2003 convertible Chevy Corvette during the 6th annual Lambs Farm Champion Car Show on Sunday in Libertyville. The juried show featured a wide variety of makes and models of cars. Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Dave Lupella of Lang Lake, Wisconsin cleans the grill on his 1938 Ford Deluxe Coupe during the 6th annual Lambs Farm Champion Car Show on Sunday in Libertyville. The juried show featured a wide variety of makes and models of cars.

      Dave Lupella of Lang Lake, Wisconsin cleans the grill on his 1938 Ford Deluxe Coupe during the 6th annual Lambs Farm Champion Car Show on Sunday in Libertyville. The juried show featured a wide variety of makes and models of cars. Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

Classics from the '60s, '70s and '80s and other eras took center stage Sunday as Lambs Farm in Libertyville hosted its sixth Annual Champion Car Show. A variety of makes and models were on display and under the watchful eye of judges who awarded 25 trophies in numerous categories. When they weren't checking out the classic cars, visitors could enjoy music, a food tent and chances to win prizes through raffles at the popular fundraising event. New this year was a scavenger logo hunt, with the winner taking home a basket of goodies prepared by the Lambs Farm bakery staff.

Lambs Farm is a nonprofit organization helping people with developmental disabilities lead productive and happy lives.

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