Show Name: Spring Fling 2006
Dates: March 10-12, 2006
Venue: Panama City, Florida
Spectator Attendance: 8,000
Total Vehicle Entrants: 750
Special Awards Given: More than 150 trophies were awarded with the Best of Show Truck win going to Willy Martin and his radical Ford F-350 dualie. The truck was loaded with a radical, high-lift, chrome, and 'bagged suspension, suicide and vertical doors, plus custom stereo. Willy drove his radical ride from Miami to Panama City and home again. No Trailer Queens for him!
*Held at the Frank Brown Park, the event featured live music throughout the weekend with Mastermind, Element 55, and Ill Break doing their thing.
*The double-points IASCA stereo competition, spon-sored by Sommer Sound Car Audio and the DynoJet Mobile Dyno, attracted both the stereo and horse-power guys.
*The afterparty at Club La Vela, the largest nightclub in the USA, meant partying with thousands in the 11 diff-erent theme rooms, 48 bar stations, and seven dance floors, all the while enjoying exciting pool-side con-tests. Admission was half price with your Spring Fling armband.
Special Events: Air dancing with the high-flying Gauge S-10 attracted almost as big a crowd as the bikini contest, with 12 of the hottest gals in the Southeast competing for the big $1,500 cash prize. Sunday afternoon is the traditional auction where Vital Signs club members raise money for area charities.
Sponsors: The club members of Vital Signs would like to thank supportive sponsors like Comcast, Sommer Sound Systems, Panama City Scion, and Toyota, as well as the dozens of others who helped to make the event the highlight of the spring season.
Contact for Future Events: Get all the details at www.springflingcarshow.com, or call Doug Augustine at (850) 258-4077.
Another bitchen square-body Chevy is Brandon Allday's '85, which is 'bagged and smoothed.
Jarok Franklin's '01 Nissan Xterra now sports a fresh body drop, slick paint, and a big au
Mr. Scrape's Hummer was loaded with MTX audio equipment.
Jeremy Rogers from Get Layed Productions displayed his bright-blue '00 GMC Sierra.
Shane Thompson's red and black Blazer is appropriately named Tuckin' 22s.
Bob Carnagey from Negative Camber wowed the crowd with his old-school 'Burban.