Greenville Graffiti Car Show Awards

L to R: Tim Leihser, Tammy Stief, Bobby Stief, and Dave Stief

Despite rain Saturday, about 75 vehicles were in the Greenville Graffiti Car Show.

Among the special awards was one created by the car show committee to honor the late Randy Stief, who helped with the show many years.

J.R. Stanton, committee member, said the award honors a man who was well-known and active in the community.

Click below to hear part of the presentation:

A panel of judges selected the winners of the Top 50 plaques. Tim Leihser from Greenville not only won the Randy Stief Award, but he also received Best of Show with his 69 Chevelle, the Choice Rat Rod was a 1960 Willys truck owned by Josh Marti of Pocahontas, and Alan Gaffner presented the Mayor’s Award to Danny Schwab from Glen Carbon, who had a 1955 Chevrolet 210.

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