Congratulations to Ken Reister, Littleton, Colo., for winning the coveted Goldmark award at the 51st Annual O’Reilly Auto Parts Boise Roadster Show presented by Les Schwab Tire Centers.

The candy apple red 1932 Ford earned Reister (pictured above) an unprecedented third Goldmark title over an amazing field of entries from eight states and Canada. The owner of the “Rodster” Phaeton pocketed a $2,000 cash prize, along with a unique Eagle statue and an embroidered jacket.

After collecting and showing cars for many, many years, Tim Kerrigan, Eagle, was acknowledged by the New brothers as the Master-Builder honoree. The founder of Redline Oil has participated and supported the Roadster Show with nearly two dozen different entries over the past quarter-century.


51st Annual O’Reilly Auto Parts Boise Roadster Show presented by Les Schwab Tire Stores – Expo Idaho

Goldmark and Best Rod: Ken Reister, Littleton, Co., 1932 Ford Phaeton.
Master-Builder: Tim Kerrigan (pictured at the bottom), Eagle, 1955 Chevrolet 210
The Wild One, Long Distance and Best Street Machine/Comp: Regis Sylvester, Calgary Alberta, 1969 Ford Mustang
Trendsetter: Dave Eckert, Molalla OR., 1969 Ford Mustang
Best Custom, Essence of Cool and Mopar Popular-People’s Choice: Jerry Logan, Toledo WA., 1957 Ford
Tompkins award: Paul Donaldson, Boise, 1932 Ford Roadster
Fire Rod: Gary Holyoak/Cam Miller, Cedar City, UT., 1932 Ford Roadster Pickup
Mighty Fine: Brent Schieder, Pleasanton CA., 1937 Ford Cabriolet
Best Restored: Carl Engle, Boise, 1967 Chevy Corvette
Jack’s Pick: Randy Crew, Boise, 1933 Ford Pickup
Best Truck: Holden Jung, Boise, 1956 Ford F-100
Best Bike: Kelly Kerrigan, Eagle, 2020 Harley Davidson FRX
Street Achievement-Best Street: Michael Mongiello, Eagle., 1932 Ford Roadster
Best Club Display: Treasure Valley Mustang and Ford Club