Just The Facts:
Show Name: Chevy Truck's Havoc Show, presented by Sport Truck and Mini Truckin' magazines
Dates: August 5-6, 2006
Venue: Century International Convention Center in Louisville, Kentucky
Spectator Attendance: 3,500
Total Vehicle Entrants: More than 200 high-quality rides and cover trucks
If you think your truck has what it takes to win at Havoc, then by all means, bring it out
Special Awards Given: Sport Truck's Editor's Choice Award: Doug Time for his '68 C10 / Best of Show: Shane Willoughby for his '93 S-10 / Mini Truckin's cover truck of the year: Jenn Lacy for her pink '91 S-10
Fast Facts:The second installment of this show blew up. CCE sponsored the show-'n'-shine, and the indoor location, kick-ass air-conditioning, and proximity to all the downtown nightlife help to make this event one not to miss. How good was it? We ran out of Mini Truckin' Mafia's event T-shirts by Saturday night. We had cruises from Florida led by DieselWheels.com, and from Texas, led by the guys from Ekstensive Metalworks. Hell, we even had trucks all the way down from Canada.
Special Events:Huge street-legal truck-dragging expedition, presented by SuicideDoors.com, right in downtown Louisville. No cops, no tickets, and no hassle. Plus, there was Godfather Customs' bikini contest.
Sponsors:Billet Accessories Direct (BAD), CCE, Chevy Trucks, DieselWheels.com, Drop 'Em Wear?, Duke's Trailer Hitches, Ekstensive Metalworks, Fatman Fab, Gaugemagazine.com, Godfather Customs, LoGearClothing.com, Mini Truckin' Mafia, Sealpak, S-N-C, SoLowWear.com, Stylin' Concepts, SuicideDoors.com
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