Midnight Fantasies Lake Front Tour
September 8-9, 2007
Civic Center in Lake Charles, Louisiana
Total Vehicle Entrants:
Special Awards Given:
Best of Show received a 6-foot-tall trophy and $100, other Best Of winners were awarded 3-foot-tall trophies and $50, and First Place winners received 2-foot-tall trophies.
The Midnight Fantasies car and truck club has continuously been able to put on this decent-sized show. For some reason, the weather likes to plague this show, but this year remained mostly sunny. It also seemed like the quality of vehicles was on the rise, with many truck clubs making a big presence at the show. Not only was the show good this year, the hotel parties were happening and undisturbed by the cops.
One of the highlights of the show is the Clean Car Off-Road Monster Truck Crush. This year, there were several contestants on stage, competing for the $1,000 bikini contest. Taking care of the other on-stage entertainment was the Deep South Production DJ.
Salon Elegance, Popeye's Chicken, Automotive Alignment, Don Shelter Ford, Lloyd Lauw Collision, O'Reilly's, Twisted Offroad, Pro-tech Audio, Coca Cola, Keith's Paint and Body, Nissan of Lake Charles, Master Mechanic, Auto Styling, Don's Wash and Lube, CSC Stables, Billy Navarre Chevrolet, Family Auto and Lube, Miller and Coors Light, Pumpelly, Cooper Tires, Napa Auto Parts, Dip-n-Dots, Bailey's Audio, Towaways Wrecking, Mike's Country Club Paint & Body, Steamboat Bills, Tom Aday Tire, Honda of Lake Charles, Dan's Transmission, Ken Conner Tire, Lake/Street Citgo, and Leede Dist.
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