Havoc East Coast, Powered by GM
August 11-12, 2007
Beech Bend Park in Bowling Green, Kentucky
M&M Machine offers a full selection of billet steering wheels and also offers to custom-ma
Total Vehicle Entrants:
Special Awards Given:
Grant Kustoms fabricated an all-steel remote-control truck that was given to the Best of Show winner.
After two years partying in and around the convention center in Louisville, Kentucky, we outgrew the facility. Faced with having to move the show, we chose Beech Bend because we could legally have a railin' contest, drag racing, and room to grow in the future.
5150 Sunglasses sponsored a killer bikini contest, Suicidedoors.com sponsored a nighttime railin' contest, and Interco Tires sponsored The Sport Truck Challenge, a contest to find the quickest and coolest truck at the show.
General Motors, Interco Tire, Chassis Tech (official suspension), MBRP (official exhaust), Stylin' Trucks, Suicidedoors.com (Railin' contest), Drop 'Em Wear?, Kinetik Batteries, Stillen, Southern Kentucky Classics, M&M Steering Wheels, Kelderman Manufacturing, Total Image Audio, T.S. Performance, Ekstensive Metalworks, Grant Kustoms, Edge Kustom Wear, Big Vic Fabrication, Fred Bear Designs, Auto Graphz, D.I.B. Kustoms, Dieselwheels.com, T.N.T. Kustoms, Low Life Video, Domination The Video, Gauge Magazine, Clean Cut Creations.
Contact For Future Events:
Eddy Cebreco, Jr., email@example.com
Trinity Crumby of Jackson, Tennessee, is into trucks in a big way. She and her husband thr
Jessica Burgan was cool enough to party with showgoers all night and then join the bikini
Heather Buford was another lovely lady who gave the crowd something to look at besides chr
Show-promoter extraordinaire Cheeseburger Eddy enjoys the fruits of his labor by emceeing
The Girls. Special thanks to the guys at 5150 Eyewear for sponsoring this year's bikini co
The Mini Truckin' Magazine Editor's Pick was this Isuzu P'up, owned by Kyle Gould.
Bruce John's '40 International came out to represent the Rat rods in style.
Ten years ago, this could be any truck show in the nation. Nowadays, this is like taking a
Whoever said phantom dualies were dead apparently didn't yell it loud enough for the owner