There are 365 days in a year, unless it's a leap year, and on more than 200 of those days, it rains in Washington. So, trying to nail a day for a show can be kind of tricky. Someway somehow for the last thirteen years, the Sittin' Pretti crew has found a way to outsmart Mother Nature and have good weather for the show. This year was no different. Late Friday night we watched the clouds roll in while we hung out at the hotel, catching up with old friends and making new ones. Saturday morning was overcast, but it looked like any minute the sky was going to open up and drown everybody. But, the rain stayed away, and everybody had a great time.
Summer Slam 14, presented by Sittin' Pretti andToyo Tires
August 25, 2007
Arlington Airport, Arlington, Washington
Total Vehicle Entrants:
Special Awards Given:
Kaik Products was responsible for creating the Best of Show and Editor award trophies. The Grant Kustoms' Choice award was a handmade steel trophy.
Visions pulled off the hat trick by winning the tug-of-war, the water-balloon toss, and the beach-ball relay. The afterparty was held at Club Paradise.
Toyo Tires, Les Schwab Tire Centers, Complete Wheel Source, Viair, Classic Car Service, JMI Motoring, VTR, Sunset Body Works, Dent Wizard, Grant Kustoms, ZipFizz, Bullseye Paint, Phantasy Kolors, Extreme Auto Center
Contact For Future Events:
Shawn, (425) 501-1345, Shawn@sittinpretti.com
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