December 29-31, 2006
Colorado River Fairgrounds, Blythe, California
Total Vehicle Entrants:
After a losing battle to get this truck out to the SEMA Show, Jason Mulligan decided to ho
Freelancer Kevin Whipps brought out his newly painted Silverado. Just like us, he is a tru
Joels truck was rockin the primer for quite some time after the roof was dropped down. Now
Special Awards Given:
The judges handed out 125 trophies for the various categories, including stock, mild, and wild classes. The only trick is that they are given out the morning after the big party, and having a hangover makes it hard to go to the stage to collect them.
This is one of the last, great three-day camp-out runs in the scene. It is the last show of each calendar year, and the only event during the wintertime. With a lot showgoers across the nation left bored with no shows to participate in during the slow season, many of them made long trips out West for this event.
Activities include-but are not limited to-freezing your tenders while camping out with all your fellow truck buds until the wee hours of the night. You can also enjoy the entertainment, which involves ladies acting a fool on stage in front of a crowd and showing some skin to get everyone worked up. Then, if that's not enough, you can get flat-out hammered to the point of hurting the next day. Really, it's all a good time because it's a closed event to adult participants only-and anything goes at night.
Incubus Alloys, Rockford Fosgate, West Coast Auto Sound, AutiI.com, Grant Kustoms, Line-X, Ludikrs Kustoms, and Mad House FX
Contact For Future Events:
Sunset So. Cal.'s Bob Hase, (909) 590-0785
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