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Motor Union 5...huge success!

Wednesday, September 28, 2016 –

Motor Union 5 Recap 
It's been some time since our last Motor Union event. Two and a half years to be exact. It wasn't like we wanted to stop, we just had some personal obstacles we had  to deal with. We'll spare you all on the details. It took the persistence of Dave at Green FlashBrewing Co. to light the fire under our asses to bring it back. The guys at Throtl and HG Motorsport were also itching to do something so, we all joined forces to bring MU back. We were already more than half way through the car show season and what normally takes months of planning we managed to do in less then ten weeks. The first big change to this show was the amount of cars that we let into the venue. It was always our thought that in years previous we crammed to many cars into the space. We wanted to have a more curated space this time around with more space between the cars so people could really enjoy them. It also was important to us to make sure we had a positive representation of our motto "A mish-mash of all makes and modles". 


Special thanks to everyone that came out including patrons, entrants, vendors and sponsors. It takes all of you to make this event great! Shout out to Crooks & Castles for all the raffle prizes, Momo for the set of wheels and Nittofor the set of tires. Mad love to Jarod Deanda for taking the time to come out and announce our event and congratulations to Patrick, Noel and Paul for taking home the drivers choice awards this year.  

Photos by: Xavier Beso





This post was borrowed from themotorunion.com




HG Motorsport Mercedes 300 SL Gullwing
HG Motorsport Mercedes 300 SL Gullwing
Status Gruppe M3
Status Gruppe M3
Greyboy's 1972 G10 Van
Greyboy's 1972 G10 Van
Alchemy Motorcycles had a great showing of their custom bike builds. 
Alchemy Motorcycles had a great showing of their custom bike builds. 
The Crooks & Castles generals Rob and Dennis both displayed one of their cars at MU. 
The Crooks & Castles generals Rob and Dennis both displayed one of their cars at MU. 
Ric Flare and Throtl.
Ric Flare and Throtl.
First place was a mish-mash of trophy toppers.
First place was a mish-mash of trophy toppers.
Paul Polentz took 3rd place in the drivers choice award for his 1969 Plymouth Road Runner 
Paul Polentz took 3rd place in the drivers choice award for his 1969 Plymouth Road Runner 
Returning champ Noel Barnum took second with his Scion FRS aka 86' 
Returning champ Noel Barnum took second with his Scion FRS aka 86' 
New Motor Union 5 Champ Patrick Soliman and his 1973 Nissan Skyline Kenmeri. 
New Motor Union 5 Champ Patrick Soliman and his 1973 Nissan Skyline Kenmeri. 

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