Every year, the Oliver family attends this annual event to display Larry's truck.
Established in 1989, Hardcore is one of the oldest car/truck clubs in Florida. After club member Larry Neal Oliver was murdered 13 years ago by thieves who stole his truck, the club established an annual memorial event. Eventually the truck was recovered, and Larry's parents attend the show each year to display it in his memory.
The 411Show Name:12th Annual LNO Jr. Memorial Show
Date:December 1, 2007
Venue (City/State):Central Florida Fairgrounds, Orlando, Florida
Total Vehicle Entrants:275
Awards Given:The Oliver family chose T.C. Coleman's slammed '00 Ford F-350 dualie as their favorite, Chris Johnson's candy blue Ranger captured the Best of Show award, and more than 100 other trophies were awarded to this year's participants.
Special Events:In addition to the motorcycle stunt team that performed throughout the day, there was a smoky burnout competition, a 4x4 tug-of-war, and a bass-off at the show, as well as club games that included Blindfolded Creeper Races and the Caprice Cram. Of course we can't forget the the spectators' favorite: the wet T-shirt contest.
Sponsors:Ultimate Audio, Pep Boys, Fifth Gear, 4Wheel Parts, Drop Em Wear?, Hotridesmag.com, and Black Chapel Tattoo
Contact For Future Events:www.hardcoreminis.net