This past weekend, Main Street in downtown Grand Junction was transformed into a huge showcase of classic cars.

The Mobility Driven Downtown Car Show celebrated its 20th year with 150 classic cars and trucks on display up and down Main Street. I'm not sure who originally conceived the idea of a car show downtown 20 years ago, but what a fabulous idea it was. The show is always well attended and automobiles come from all across Colorado - and even other states.

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Here are the results from the 2021 Downtown Grand Junction Car Show followed by photos of some amazing cars and trucks from this year's show.

KOOLEST CAR
1965 Cobra Roadster - Pat Woosley, Cortez

MOST LIKELY TO GET A SPEEDING TICKET
2020 C-8 Corvette- John Perpar, Montrose

MAYOR'S CHOICE
1963 Jaguar XKE - Vernon Patterson, Austin

YOUNG OWNER AWARD
2019 Dodge Hellcat Challenger Redeye - Rose Bonino, Fruita (16 years-old)

CAR THAT TRAVELED THE MOST MILES TO ATTEND
1941 Chevy Pickup Survivor Stock Original - Charles Redmond, Sun City, AZ

COLORAUTO'S CAR WE'D MOST LIKE TO DRIVE
2019 Dodge Challenger Scat Pack 1320- Luke Cahalan, Palisade

ELECTRIC AVENUE AWARD(presented by Atlasta Solar Center and SunRabbit Transport)
2021 Tesla ModelY - Diego Nunez, Aurora

MOBILITY DRIVEN'S TOP PICK
1967 Dodge Dart - Rob Bonino, Fruita

PEOPLE'S CHOICE
2010 Chevy Camaro - Robert Archuleta, Grand Junction

BEST IN SHOW
5th Place: 1949 Studebaker 2R5 Pickup, Vincent Guinta, Grand Junction
4th Place: 1963 Jaguar XKE - Vernon Patterson, Austin
3rd Place: 1967 Chevy Chevelle Super Sport - Ron & Joyce Gibbs, Grand Junction
2nd Place: 1952 Chevy BelAir Deluxe - Curtis Gabriel, Parachute
1st Place: 1967 Chevy Nova SS - Phillip & Waynette Tresner, Grand Junction

If you missed this year's car show, take a look at the gallery below for some of the best cars from the show including the KOOLest car and the Best in Show winner.

Downtown Grand Junction Car Show 2021

There were so many cool cars and trucks in the Downtown Grand Junction Car Show. Here's a look at what you might have missed.

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