August 19, 2007
Rialto Municipal Airport in Rialto, California
Total Vehicle Entrants:
Special Awards Given:
Best Of winners received either 4- or 6-foot-tall trophies. All other category winners received commemorative plaques. Best of Show went to Dennis Sever for his all-around clean '53 Chevy pickup. The Club Participation award went to Nokturnal, and the Lowest Club award went to Forbidden Fantasy.
Surprisingly, the Ludikrs Kustomz show has been around for five consecutive years. Since the initial show, Ludikrs Kustomz has consistently brought in a huge crowd of quality vehicles. Now hosted by Xtreme Lowz, the club members were coordinated enough to enter and judge all show vehicles in a timely manner. Also, the awards were handed out before dark, which gave showgoers plenty of time to hit the road.
The back corner of the showgrounds is blocked off for the sanctioned hop-off contest. Taking care of the main stage was Mad House FX with the help of Mellow One. The $1,000 bikini contest brought out some lovely ladies from Spearmint Rhino Gentleman's Club.
ICCE Wheels, Master Image Customs, and Zenetti Wheels
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