Scrapin' the Coast 2006
June 24-25, 2006
More than 8,000
Total vehicle entrants:
Special awards given:
Custom-made airbrushed mini surfboards were handed out for Best Of awards.
Hurricane Katrina wiped out the city of Biloxi, but Greg and his crew worked many long hours to make the show happen anyway. While the show was going on, FEMA was still using the inside of the convention center as their disaster relief headquarters.
The infamous bikini contest and drag racing were held at local Biloxi drag strip. Hours of dragging in front of the host hotel rivals any organized dragging contest at other shows.
Never Satisfied Customs, Kutting Edge Graphics, BAD, Lo Gear, Drop 'Em Wear? clothing, Kustomz Ink, House of Kolor, Tire Kingdom, Champ Audio, Treo, and Tuner Plus
Contact for future events:
Greg Miller, (228) 324-7671, www.scrapinthecoast.com
This fullsize was so yellow that it was confused with the sun, blamed for the high heat du
Here's a truck that brings the frontend conversion to a whole new level.
This truck didn't have an adjustable suspension; it was just that damn low.
What is better than a laid-out dualie on big wheels?
This freshly completed Colorado was definitely turning heads, beachside.
Dougie lays down some fresh licks on an F-150.