April 13-15, 2007
Ekstensive Metalworks 'bagged Ryan Russ' Colorado over 20s, using the stock control arms.
We give this guy mad props for putting surfboards on his truck.
Doing it old-school with a phantom grille!
Coushatta Casino Resort, Kinder, Louisiana
More than 2,500
Total Vehicle Entrants:
Special Awards Given:
Best Of trophies were comprised of handmade antique-styled gas pumps, built by Chaotic Rods & Customs of Tomball, Texas.
As always, the show benefits Relay for Life/American Cancer Society to help find the cure for breast cancer. This year's show was the fourth annual, and it was bigger than ever. Last year, GatorDrag outgrew the venue in Jennings, Louisiana, which encouraged the move to the Coushatta Casino Resort. The local police got worked up a bit, and the promoter is already working on a fix for next year's show. So, keep checking the show's website for all of the details.
Chad of Club Erratic brought out his F-150 with a clean wood bed floor.
A set of 26-inch wheels fit really nicely on these new Silverados.
On Saturday afternoon, a few skimpy-dressed women made their way to the indoor area of the show for a bikini contest. The way the stage was set up gave everyone a good view of the ladies. If you hadn't already gone to the casino, you were treated to a spectacle of trucks laying sparks. A strip of driveway was blocked off especially for this legal dragging competition. On Sunday, the air was filled with smoke, as the burnout competition took place. With plenty of room dedicated to it, competitors had the space to seriously light it up.
Ekstensive Metalworks, Keef's Rod & Kustoms, and Gator Skinz Screenprinting
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