Brothers 9th Annual Show 'n' Shine
July 8, 2007
Featherly Park, Anaheim, California
More than 3,000
Total Vehicle Entrants:
Special Awards Given:
For the first year ever, judging was split up between the Brothers staff and the entrants themselves. Brothers staff judged, offering plaques for Best of Show, Brothers Choice, Best Original Restoration, Best Engine, Highest, Lowest, Daily Driver, Best Audio, Rarest, Ugliest, and Best Display. The entrants themselves all voted on the trucks in their year range for the Best Overall, Runner Up, Best Paint, and Best Interior.
This event is open to '47-'87 Chevy and GMC trucks only. For all your classic truck needs, the Brothers staff was on hand in a vendor booth. If that wasn't enough, there was a ton of other aftermarket vendors with a plethora of parts for sale. In case your stomach was running on empty, there were plenty of food vendors grilling and serving up good chow. The fun and games included some huge raffles with thousands of dollars in prizes.
The Hot Rod Trio performs every year, and this time they went on stage to perform two live rockabilly sets. Since the show is welcome to all families, a giant inflatable jump house was on site to keep the kids entertained.
Too many to list
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The '47 Chevy panel trucks are a rare find and have the potential to look as wild when don
We were definitely digging the flames and louvers on Dejaun Taylor's '58 Chevy.
Craig Speir's copper '49 Chevy racked up enough points to get this year's Best of Show awa
Smooth and clean could best describe Travis Schellpeper's '68 C10.
Hell, yeah! The Northstar Cadillac engine in Gary Lenik's '57 truck rocks.