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Newsday's Field of Wheels 2014 winners

Newsday's Field of Wheels 2015 will begin on May 9, 2015 at 11 a.m. at our Melville headquarters. Some of the best classic and custom cars on Long Island make their way to the event, with prizes given for best in show, best engine and more.

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Best in Show: 1956 Oldsmobile Holiday

This 1956 Oldsmobile Holiday won Best in Show
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This 1956 Oldsmobile Holiday won Best in Show at Newsday's Field of Wheels in 2014. The owner is Anthony Basirico of Commack.

Best Interior: 2009 Shelby Cobra GT500

This 2009 Shelby Cobra GT500 owned by Frank
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This 2009 Shelby Cobra GT500 owned by Frank Recco of Smithtown won Best Interior in last year's Field of Wheels.

Best Engine: 1969 Chevrolet Camaro

Michael Ruder of Northport won Best Engine at
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Michael Ruder of Northport won Best Engine at the 2014 Field of Wheels with his 1969 Chevrolet Camaro.

Best Radical Custom: 1990 Chevrolet Corvette

Christopher Custini of Commack won Best Radical Custom
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Christopher Custini of Commack won Best Radical Custom with his 1990 Chevrolet Corvette.

Best Paint: 1957 Chrysler 300c

This 1957 Chrysler 300c won Best Paint at
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This 1957 Chrysler 300c won Best Paint at the 2014 Field of Wheels. The car is owned by Stephen Siben of East Islip.

Best Original/Unrestored: 1930 Ford Model A

Fred Tanner III of Melville won Best Original/Unrestored
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Fred Tanner III of Melville won Best Original/Unrestored Vehicle at last year's Field of Wheels with his 1930 Ford Model A.

Best Motorcycle; 2002 Indian Spirit Deluxe

Winner of the People's Choice Award for best
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Winner of the People's Choice Award for best motorcycle last year, this 2002 Indian Spirit Deluxe is owned by Louis Custini of Hauppauge.

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