A total of 42 cars, trucks, tractors and motorcycles were shown at the inaugural South Franklin Car Show in Wisner June 15.

Car enthusiasts filled the streets of Wisner as they inspected vehicles ranging from the Model A to a recent Ford Mustang. 

“I am very pleased with the turnout at the South Franklin Car Show,” said Wisner Mayor Marc McCarty. “This event would not be possible without all the volunteers that lended a hand and worked so hard to put this event on.”

Those who attended the event were also treated with food vendor booths that lined Fort Scott Street and an obstacle course and jumping house.

“This will be an annual event for Wisner,” McCarty said. “This year was great, but next year this event will be bigger and better.”

Dale Mason, of Wisner, won first place in the car division with his 1971 Chevy Chevelle SS. Steve Carraway took second place with a 1923 Ford I Bucket and Donald Byrnes of Ferriday won third place with his 1974 Ford Maverick.

Eric Bruynincky won first in the truck division with a 1977 Ford Bronco. Second place went to Johnny Juneau of Wisner with his 1954 International Rat Rod and Jarron Belgard won third place with a 1939 Dodge truck

First place in the tractor division went to Greg Kincaid with his 1950 Farmall and second place went to Kenneth Holder with a 1954 NAA tractor

Danny “Desha” Roberts won first place in the motorcycle division with a Harley Davidson Fatboy. Keith Bringol took second place with 2007 Big Dog Mastiff and Ben Giveans took third place in the motorcycle division with a 2018 Street Glide Special.

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