Unless you live under a rock in the Midwest, you've been to Indy Truck Bash. If you haven't, what are you waiting for? For the past 16 years, Indy Truck Bash, returning once again to the O'Reilly Raceway Park just outside of Indianapolis, Indiana, has been a celebration of all things custom. You couldn't ask for better conditions for a truck show than blue skies and temperatures in the low 80s-a welcome break from the annual blistering heat of mid August. Despite the struggling economy and ridiculous gas prices, thousands of spectators and participants continued to roll in throughout the weekend. With MC Kidd Kutt providing background music, spectators and participants roamed the grounds checking out all of the latest customs and innovations from the various vendors and participants. If all of the custom trucks and cars was just too much too handle, you could always watch the club olympics, hydraulic competition, high/low contest, or the Miss ITB contest. Congratulations go out to Sean Berkey for taking home the Best Fullsize award with his beautiful '66 Chevy Pickup, and Rob Hohlt for taking Best Mini with his '02 Chevy Blazer. Thousands of customs, thousands of people, a killer nightlife, and just an overall great weekend-how could you not be there?
Indy Truck Bash
Aug 15-17, 2008
O'Reilly Raceway Park, Indianapolis, Indiana
Total vehicle entrants:
First-Third Place trophies were awarded in several classes, plus some "best of" awards
Bikini contest, high/low contest, hydraulic competition, club olympics
33 vendors including Gauge magazine, Suicide Doors
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This freshly finished square-body had heads turning with smooth fiberglass work, a killer
Even the locals were trying to figure out how they got 24s tucked with factory A/C.
This Dodge blends Rat Rod suede paint with blue True Fire flames for a different look.
Kerra showed up in her Pink '48 Chevy to show the guys how it's done.
Jason and crew rolled his '85 square-body in from Michigan.
Sean Berkey of Costly Obsessions showed up with his '66 Chevy and took home Best Fullsize.
This roadster S-10 was rockin' some crazy airbrushing, displaying everything from Rat Fink