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May Madness Demolition Derby March 6th 2021

rear end shot
Photo By: 
Kyle Coryea

Tyler King (20k) with the rear end shot on Tyler Burdo (26) that folds the hood right up. It would be the first edition of the may madness from the Clinton County Fairgrounds and there would be around 75 cars that would show up for the four different divisions. It would be a hard-hitting affair from start to finish in the 4 cylinder stock and modified along with the trucks and vans' small and big divisions. There also were a few 8 cylinders that would be attending. Along with the hard-hitting, there would be a few cars that would get pinned along the wall and get a little too hot and need some attention. When the dust and mud would settle on the night the winners for the event would be Jason Seymour (Big Trucks), Todd Ebersole (small trucks), John Brown (4 cylinders modified), and Terry Reno (4 cylinder stocks. Now everyone in the area will start getting their cars ready for the big fair show at the end of July. Gallery

Photo By: 
Kyle Coryea

Eli Beshaw (93) with the hard hit on Zachary Rondeau (88) sends him right into the concrete wall. Gallery

May Madness May 22nd 2021

Clinton County Fairgrounds
side skis
Photo By: 
Kyle Coryea

Conner Turgeron (21t) with the hit and then side skies across the side of David Campeau (112) during the heats. It would be the first edition of the may madness from the Clinton County Fairgrounds and there would be around 75 cars that would show up for the four different divisions. It would be a hard-hitting affair from start to finish in the 4 cylinder stock and modified along with the trucks and vans' small and big divisions. There also were a few 8 cylinders that would be attending. Along with the hard-hitting, there would be a few cars that would get pinned along the wall and get a little too hot and need some attention. When the dust and mud would settle on the night the winners for the event would be Jason Seymour (Big Trucks), Todd Ebersole (small trucks), John Brown (4 cylinders modified), and Terry Reno (4 cylinder stocks. Now everyone in the area will start getting their cars ready for the big fair show at the end of July. Gallery

1st Annual Clinton County Fairgrounds Auto Show Morrisonville N.Y. August 8th 2020

the califorina streeter
Photo By: 
Kyle Coryea

The classic fire oranger Ford Streeter Rodder would make its appearance and was she ever bright and sharp with the orange paint. We would take in the first edition of the Clinton County Fairgrounds Auto Show presented by Dragoon's Farm Equipment and North Country Classics. it would mainly focus on the 50-60's era cars but it would have cars ranging from all eras from the old to the new. The show would even feature a few bikes and trucks along with the cars that were there. The show would be well attended my car emphasize as there would be around 200 cars that would be on the lot with nearly a 1,000 people that would come out and check out the vehicles throughout the day. Plans are already underway to bring back the show next year along with making it even better. Gallery

dark red chevelle
Photo By: 
Kyle Coryea

Another classic would make its apperance at the show this time being the Chevy Chevelle SS with the dark firemens red paint that sparkled in the bright sun.Gallery

1st Annual Clinton County Fairgrounds Auto Show Morrisonville N.Y. August 8th 2020

Car Show
Supercharged
Photo By: 
Kyle Coryea

The old Oldsmobile 442 with a dark purple paint job and the BDS supercharger added means she was ready for business on the drag strip. We would take in the first edition of the Clinton County Fairgrounds Auto Show presented by Dragoon's Farm Equipment and North Country Classics. it would mainly focus on the 50-60's era cars but it would have cars ranging from all eras from the old to the new. The show would even feature a few bikes and trucks along with the cars that were there. The show would be well attended my car emphasize as there would be around 200 cars that would be on the lot with nearly a 1,000 people that would come out and check out the vehicles throughout the day. Plans are already underway to bring back the show next year along with making it even better. Gallery