Spring Truck Jam
Hidden Valley Park in Irvine, California
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A custom Best of Show trophy was made by Ryno Manufacturing to commemorate the twentieth anniversary of the show. The design of the billet trophy contained a star for every year of the show.
The 2007 Spring Truck Jam kicked off its twentieth year, hosted by club Local Finesse. This event is one of the most recognizable shows in the scene because it usually pulls a big crowd of vehicles in the SoCal area. It has been around for two decades and continues to be one of the bigger events. Many shows have been aimed to boycott it because of the high entrance fees, but none have yet to be successful. In observance of this, the promoter is opening the summer Truck Jam Plus show to all vehicles, and the vehicle registration price will be reduced to $30.
The Shocker monster truck came out to show off in the Pick Your Part car crush. A few trucks made their way to the burnout contest for a chance to win set of Yokohama tires. The air-hopping contest went off, with several trucks pushing the limits of airbags. The Liquid Ice Energy Drink-sponsored bikini contest, hosted by the lovely Nikki Zeno, brought out more hot girls than we had ever seen before on one stage.
Auto Indulgence, Auto Trader, Meguiar's, Pick Your Part, Ryno Manufacturing, SC Designs, and Slam Specialties.
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We could only think that hopping...
We could only think that hopping a truck of this size and weight could only be damaging. After a few seconds, all of the fun suddenly ended when both front wheels broke.
The bikini contest at the...
The bikini contest at the Spring Truck Jam is rarely ever disappointing. This year's contest was overwhelming with more than 20 girls up on stage for more than an hour of show. Despite the rumors, the promoter of the show stated that he did not pay any of them to be there. The contestants willingly came out for the chance to win a part of the $1,000 that was given to the Top Three.
Daniel Furman's '72 Chevy...
Daniel Furman's '72 Chevy had so many clean body mods that you had to sit and stare at the truck to notice all of them. The coolest mod we found had to do with the longbed being cut down 22 inches, and the rear of it leaned forward to match the angled chop-top.