The show, held under the pecan trees in front of The Barn restaurant on West Broad Street in Elizabethtown, attracted about 290 cars from as far away as Millerstown, Pennsylvania.
Winner in the various categories of competition were:
Best in Show-1934 Ford Coupe owned by David and Terri Blackburn of Raleigh;
Best Mini-Car-200 Pontiac GrandAm owned by Jonathan Edwards of Bladenboro;
Best Mopar-1970 Plymouth Superbird owned by Larry Avery of Dunn;
Best Ford-1937 Ford convertible owned by Jerry Soles of Lumberton;
Best Mini-Truck-1988 Mazda B2000 owned by Nelson Collins of Elizabethtown;
Best Foreign-1952 MG TD owned by B. P. Jones of Dunn;
Best GM-1967 Chevrolet Camero SS owned by Mike and Nancy Cain of Shallotte;
Best Corvette-1963 Corvette owned by Jim Morgan of Hampstead;
Best Full Size Truck-1950 Chevrolet Truck owned by Wendell Proctor of Clinton;
Ladies Choice-1958 Chevrolet Impala owned by Bobby Harrington of Fuquay-Varina;
Best New Car or Truck (1990 or newer)-1993 Chevrolet truck owned by Robert Summersett of Raleigh;
Oldest Vehicle-1923 Ford T-Bucket owned by Hannah Hubbard and Robin Barnhill of Autryville;
Longest Distance-1937Ford Coupe owned by James Homer of Millerstown, Pa.; and
Best Host Car-1929 Ford Replica owned by Cameron McGill of Dublin.
The Classic Cruisers hold the "Made In The Shade" car show every August. This year's was the sixth annual event.