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PPG Vibrance Supreme Entrant award at Summernats 33

By Boris Viskovic, 06 Jan 2020 Summernats

PPG Vibrance Supreme Entrant award at Summernats 33

Ten of the best cars at Summernats 33 line up for the 2020 PPG Vibrance Supreme Entrant award

THE team from PPG picked 10 stunning cars to duke it out for the PPG Vibrance Supreme Entrant award on Sunday morning at Street Machine Summernats 33.The award is voted for by the public, and with the 10 contenders lined up along Central Park – with no barriers around any of the cars – it was a great opportunity for the punters to get up close and personal with these stunning creations. With the pressures of the Elite Hall behind them, the car owners could relax and were more than happy to chat to spectators about the features that make their car special.

Chev Bel Air

When the votes were counted, it was Charles Harley’s ’57 Chev Bel Air that was crowned the Summernats 33 PPG Vibrance Supreme Entrant. We featured the car in bare-metal form in the February 2019 issue of Street Machine, so it was great to finally lay eyes on the immaculate finished product.

Charles Harley – 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Sports Coupe

Ford XB coupe

Pete Aitken – 1974 Ford XB coupe


Holden VF Maloo

Robert Harding – 2014 Holden VF Maloo ute


Holden Commodore wagon

Phil Kerjean – 1980 Holden VK-fronted VC Commodore wagon


Chev C10

Wayne Lineker – 1968 Chevrolet C10


Holden VK Commodore

Jason Pace – 1985 VK Holden sedan


Holden Monaro

Owen Rice – 2004 Holden Monaro coupe


Holden Torana

Curtis Ryan – 1974 Holden Torana sedan


Holden Commodore

Timothy Saliba – 1993 Holden Commodore sedan


Ford XB sedan

Tomislav Vatavuk – Ford Falcon XB sedan (pictured on the right)

Charles Harley – 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Sports Coupe