8th Annual Freak Show
October 24-26, 2008
Lenoir County Fairgrounds, Kinston, North Carolina
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Drop Jaw beer pong anyone...
Drop Jaw beer pong anyone?
In addition to the 387 class trophies, Best Of's, and ten club awards, Jason Riner captured the coveted JawDropper Truck award, plus $250 with his immaculate '53 Chevy, which was featured in our June 2008 issue. Lowered Atmosphere was Club of the Year based on their active participation in the sport.
Daytime activities included the always popular beer pong tournament, pumpkin carving contest, G&H car stereo competition and muffler rap contest, bed dancing exhibition, hydro contest, burnout competition, and freestyle dirt runs in the fairground's mud pit. The nighttime activities began with the Friday night bikini contest ($500), the Saturday night halloween costume contest ($250), and the crowd favorite, the legendary adult-oriented Super Freak bikini competition ($1000), which makes Freak Show a Carolina favorite.
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Loaded with body mods and...
Loaded with body mods and reflecting the spirit of the show, this Halloween-themed Silverado had ghouls inside and an occupied coffin in the bed.
Sporting a flame-separated,...
Sporting a flame-separated, two-tone paint job, this 2000 F-350, complete with Lambo doors, custom interior, and 24-inch Alcoa rims, is owned by Chase Webb.
Jason Riner’s ’53 Chevy, ablaze...
Jason Riner’s ’53 Chevy, ablaze in Aztec Yellow Pearl Metallic, captured this year’s coveted JawDropper Truck award. The ’bagged Bowtie runs a 350/350 powertrain, custom audiovisual system, and 22-inch Intro rims.
This ultra-sanitary, two-tone...
This ultra-sanitary, two-tone GMC had its custom air suspension system on display in the bed. The painted-to-match reserve tank, symmetrical Viair compressors, and hard lines make it as functional as it is good-looking.
Jerry Beck takes a themed...
Jerry Beck takes a themed project build to a place most would dare not go. His ’94 Blazer is a favorite among the local school kids.