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September 14, 2010
‘It was an action packed show’

The organizers of the third edition of the Street Tuners Auto Club (STAC) car show, staged on Sunday, September 5, are hailing the event a success.{{more}}

Over 40 cars and bikes participated in the grand show that was held at the Chamber of Industry and Commerce Car Park, Kingstown.

“It’s the third successful show and there are many more to come,” Jason Moussa, President of STAC said.

“I want to thank everyone who attended, it was an action packed show,” he continued.

Half of the proceeds generated from the show will be donated to charity.

The Best Exterior category was won by Romy Sassine, owner of a Mazda Rx7, while second position went to Quincy Lewis, who entered the show with a Toyota Hiace.

Lewis was also adjudged Best Paint Job with his Toyota Hiace.

The Best Rims prize went to Cauldric Fraser, who competed with a Toyota Hilux, while the Best Engine Bay was awarded to Devon Daniels, owner of a Nissan Sunny B13.

The Best Burnout Bike prize was won by Anthony Jackson, while the Best Burnout Car prize was copped by Jason Moussa, owner of a Nissan Sylvia.

Atiron Lockhart, owner of Toyota Corolla, won the coveted Sound off award, while Delroy Duncan, owner of a Toyota Corolla, placed second.