Forbidden Fantasy, also known as FFF, annually strives to host one of the biggest truck shows on the West Coast. Their efforts are recognized by many, and the club is able to attract some of the cleanest trucks in Southern California. The only thing that has occasionally hampered the show's success is the weather. Though this winter season seemed long and unseasonably cold, things changed around the time of this year's event. The sun came out, and hundreds of enthusiasts dusted off their trucks and headed to Perris, California. It was one kickass start to the '08 show season.
Show name: Forbidden Fantasy Show 'n' Shine
Dates: March 9, 2008
Venue (city/state): Lake Perris Fairgrounds, Perris, California
Spectator attendance: 7,000
Total vehicle entrants: 634
Special Awards Given:
For the first time ever, No Regrets took home the Lowest Truck Club Award. For club participation, First Place went to Scion Image, Second went to Local Finesse, and Third went to Severed Ties.
Roulette and the crew of MadHouse FX were on stage and entertaining all with their wild turntable skills. At 2 p.m.-ahem, we mean 3 p.m.-several lovely ladies took the stage in CravingCandie.com bikinis to compete for $500 cash. There were also several BMX junkies there showing off their tricks at The Compound action-sports ramp park located at the north end of the grounds. The dB drag race hosted by Crossfire Car Audio brought in a few vehicles with heavy-hittin' stereos. To top it all off, FFF raffled off a freshly customized and finished '87 Toyota extended-cab SR5 turbo.
Brand One Co., BST Clothing, California Sound, Chassis by Aaron Iha, Crossfire Car Audio, Devious Customs, Evolution Motorsports, Freeland Kustomz, Gen-X Sunglasses, Go-EZ Customs, House of Tints, Ludikrs Kustomz, Mac's Springs, Master Image Customs, Mobstar Clothing, Passion Parties, Pneumatic Systems, Shameless Ink, and Vertical Doors
Contact For Future Events:
Fobidden Hotline, (951) 259-1365; www.forbiddenfantasy.net
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