PENDLETON — Scores of auto enthusiasts entered about 170 vehicles in Kiwanis Kar Show 2020, which took place Saturday in Falls Park.

“We had 143 registered cars and probably another 30 or so that were not registered,” organizer John Shull said.

Awards were presented in a variety of categories.

Sidney Hiatt won Best of Show for his 1955 Buick Century, which he’s spent the past three years working on.

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Brendan Holford won People’s Choice with his 2013 scion FR-S.

Tom and Connie Bryant won Best Dodge for a 1919 Dodge Touring (Rat Rod), which they’ve owned for four years and took a year and a half to build.

The complete list of Saturday’s winners:

Top 10

Michael Wallen, Markleville — 1965 Lincoln Continental

Rod Barrett, Anderson — 1930 Packard 733 Roadster

Joe and Debby McCord, Pendleton — 1936 Ford Sedan

Terry Foga, New Castle — 1969 Ford Mustang

Doug Reece, Spiceland — 1937 Ford Coupe

Randy and Jodi Perkins, Pendleton — 1965 Plymouth Belvedere

Kyle Eaton, New Castle — 1998 Honda Civic

Dan Newby, Anderson — 1966 International Scout

Wayne Parker, Noblesville — 1956 Chevy Bel Air

Rick Bowlin, Anderson — 1976 Jeep CJ7

Other awards

Best Chevy — Larry Corn, Pendleton — 1967 Chevy Nova

Best Ford — Steve Garland, Greenfield — 1959 Ford F100

Best Dodge — Tom and Connie Bryant, Anderson — 1919 Dodge Rat Rod

Best Hot Rod — Steve and Sharon Johnson, Pendleton — 1935 Chevy 3-Window Coupe

Best Truck/SUV 2WD — Merle and Becky Dobson, McCordsville — 1950 Chevy 3100

Best Truck/SUV 4X4 — Dennis Monroe, Fortville — 1979 Chevy Rogue

Best Corvair — Dan Brizendine, Indianapolis — 1964 Corvair eight-door van

Best Import — Whalen Nichols, Anderson — 1963 Volkswagen Beetle

Best Motorcycle — James Ell, Pendleton — 2016 Harley Davidson Street Glide

Best Pre-’80s — Verl Stomm, Indianapolis — 1980 Chevy El Camino

Best Post-’80s — Tony Love, Anderson — 2006 Chevy Cobalt SS

People’s Choice — Brendan Holford, Pendleton — 2013 Scion FR-S

Best of Show — S/D Hiatt, Anderson — 1955 Buick Century

According to Kiwanian Bill Hutton, the organization served 1,140 of its well-known hamburgers, called K-burgers, during the event. The burgers were given away without charge, and the leftover 120 patties and 400 buns were donated to the Methodist Church food pantry in Ingalls.