Relaxed Atmosphere All-Star Event
September 2-3, 2006
USA Stadium, Millington, Tennessee
Total vehicle entrants:
Special awards given:
All of the awards given out were acrylic trophies.
This old-timer was layin'...
This old-timer was layin' down some sick licks all day long. He told us that he has been pinstriping for 30-plus years.
A wide range of custom trucks...
A wide range of custom trucks were scattered across the show field. Besides the wheels and re-covered seat, this lil' Datsun was returned to its original state.
A lot of hours went into shaving...
A lot of hours went into shaving and molding the engine compartment of this old-school Izusu.
This frame hasn't gone into...
This frame hasn't gone into mass production yet, but from what we found out, it has been modified with theft-deterring spikes.
At least half the trucks on...
At least half the trucks on the show field were body-dropped. Mini to fullsize, new and old, it was all here.
As Smash Mouth would say,...
As Smash Mouth would say, "Hey now, you're an all-star; get your game on; go play."
Relaxed Atmosphere judges select the Top 75 vehicles for recognition. The RA staff was able to fit 16 people on a golf cart and still be able to drive it. Tito can run the 100-yard dash in 7-1/2 seconds. RA gives part of the proceeds to the ALS foundation.
Outlandish Trends drove 700-plus...
Outlandish Trends drove 700-plus miles through three states to party and hang out with peeps from all over the country.
On Saturday night, there was only one stage event, the banana-swallowing contest. It was definitely a sight to behold, and we are just going to leave it at. There were several talented girls who knew how to work it.
Big Willie's Rod Shop, Bullocks Body Werks, Drop 'Em Wear?, Gaylord's Truck Bed Lids, Grant Kustoms, Kinetik, Little Shop of Horrors, MA Audio, Silver Star Customs, Slik Monkey Customs, Twin State Customs, and West Coast Customs.
Contact for future events:
Chris, (270) 898-8996, (270) 366-1271; Jerry, (901) 212-7497