California Truck Jamboree Plus
July 29, 2007
Hidden Valley Park in Irvine, California
Total Vehicle Entrants:
Special Awards Given:
Top winners received standard trophies with a description of the award on the base. The Best of Show award was a 5-foot-tall custom-made billet trophy by Ryno Manufacturing.
Now 20 years strong, the Truck Jamboree opened up to several different classes. Now under the name California Truck Jamboree Plus, trucks, SUVs, hot rods, musclecars, sport compacts, and even motorcycles were able to compete for awards. The show was packed with vehicles and spectators, offering a good time during the middle of the show season. Lucky for everyone in attendance, the weather wasn't too hot, making for a more enjoyable time.
An air-hopping contest went on with several rides going for all or nothing. The Shocker monster truck was out to please the audience with its car-crushing show. E-Dub and Jef Groff put down some wicked stunts during several street bike shows throughout the day. Live music on stage included performances by LimeLife and DJ Taz with "N" Style entertainment.
Pick Your Part, Meguiar's, and Ryno Mfg.
Contact For Future Events:
California Jamboree Inc., (310) 326-4526, www.truckjam.com
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