Congratulations to Dan Carney and Steve Williams for winning he Gents Auto Club’s top awards for 2018. Dan’s ’70 Chevelle was voted most improved car and club VP Steve was awarded most inspirational Gent. The two represent the best aspects of being a Gent and their cars will be featured on the cover of our 2020 Gents calendar.
Members of the Gents Auto Club enjoyed a beautiful day of fall colors on the Pend Orielle Rotary Club’s train ride from Newport to Dalkena, WA. We rode in style in a 101 year-old rail coach and learned about the area’s rich lumber history.
Members of the Gents and Eagles Athletic Supporters presented a check for $6500. to the Honor Flight program at Spokane International Airport on September 24, 2018. The money is used to help send veterans to Washington D.C.
Members of the Gents enjoyed a wonderful day of cars, food, and camaraderie (not necessarily in that order) at the Pinehurst open car show, August 4, 2018.
It was a good weekend for members of the Gents Auto Club. Front L to R: Steve Wohl, Milo Huber, Paul Inman, Rick Sawyer and Les Seidel. Back L to R: Dean and Jan Carriveau, Tawnia Littell, Andy and Bonnie Terris.
Fill ‘er up with Huckleberry Supreme 104 octane?
The weather was perfect and the beer cold at the Hopped Up Brewing Company’s fifth annual spring car show held on June 2nd, 2018.
Dan Ray and his 1932 Ford Street Rod on the roll at the 2018 TuneTech Show.
Paul’s coupe gleams like a black diamond at the second annual Spokane Speed and Custom Show. Paul won first place in his class and it was announced that the entire show was a success and will return next year.
Created more than fifty years ago, the Gents Auto Club “Big Trophy” was in a sorry state of disrepair. Gents member and master crafstman Rick Sawyer took on the task of meticulous restoration of the five-foot wood and metal trophy to bring it back to its former glory. Great job Rick!