MassBay Community College recently announced 23 local car enthusiasts who were awarded winners at the annual All Vehicle Show held at our Automotive Technology Center in Ashland.
Spectators who attended the May event voted for the top 20 vehicles and the People’s Choice Award winners, in addition the MassBay alumni voted for the Alumni Choice Award winner. This year’s All Vehicle Show had 160 vehicles registered, raising $15,000 from registration fees which will be used to fund MassBay automotive technology student scholarships.
This year’s winners are (name, hometown and vehicle information);
Alumni Choice Award Jack Couhig (Worcester, MA), 1959 Chevy Apache 31
People’s Choice Award Robert Lundell (Hanson, MA), 1967 Chevy Camaro
Top 20 Awards Greg Hescock (Ashland, MA), 1955 Chevy Belair
Rodney Collymore (Boston, MA), 1963 Chevy Corvette
Dan Tortora (Charlton, MA), 1954 Kaiser Darrin
Tony DeRouin (Groton, MA), 1962 Chevy Corvette
Robert Lundell (Hanson, MA), 1967 Chevy Camaro
Sean Burns (Harvard, MA), 1961 Chevy Corvette
Alan LePage (Holliston, MA), 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle
Phil McClure (Hopedale, MA), 1932 Ford Deuce Coupe
David Larsen (Medfield, MA), 1961 Dodge Dart Phoenix
Richard Barrick (Natick, MA), 1946 Ford Convertible
Arthur Taddeo (Natick, MA), 1934 Ford 5 Window Coupe
Rich Santucci (Newton, MA), 1971 Oldsmobile 442 W-30
Bruce Muldoon (Sherborn, MA), 1966 GTO Convertible
Dave Terricciano (Southborough, MA), 1954 Packard
Laura Sheperd (Sutton, MA), 1968 Cutlass
John Shields (Watertown, MA), 1963 Chevy Impala
John Shepherd (Westborough, MA), 1968 Firebird Convertible
Paul Breault (Westford, MA), 1965 Ford Mustang Fastback
Ron Lindblad (Westwood, MA), 1970 Buick GS455 Convertible
Jack Couhig (Worcester, MA), 1959 Chevy Apache 31
MassBay’s Auto Technology is the premier automotive training center in the New England region offering programs that are sponsored by four major automotive brands; BMW, Toyota/Lexus, General Motors, and JEEP/Chrysler/Dodge/Ram, providing students with in-depth, product-specific automotive technology programs.
Students are trained on the newest cars using state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment. The program has a hands-on paid co-op component, enabling students to learn in a professional setting while earning money and college credit simultaneously. MassBay’s automotive program has a 99% placement rate of graduates into full-time jobs by graduation.
For more information on MassBay Community College Automotive Technology program and/or to get involved with next year’s All Vehicle Show; www.MassBay.edu/automotive.