the weather didn't exactly cooperate, but isn't that why they make
windshield wipers? With 18 cars and the county's mobile precinct to see, a
good time was had by all. Good food, good fun and good stories of the cars
that come to the show.
was a unique old Chevrolet C-10 pick-up truck with some modern
modifications. The owner's father had purchased it new off the dealer's
lot and the son has done quite a bit of work on it. It had a crate motor
with fuel injection from an '88 Camaro and a TH700 4-speed automatic
transmission, with 3.73 gears.
was also this wonderful Camaro SS that dynoed at 620hp with a shot of
nitrous. As you can see in this photo, we also had a Prowler and some PT
Cruisers (the PT Cruiser club sponsors the shows).
had a good showing of Corvettes - one 2002 Z06, one 2007 and one 2002
hatchback with SLP tuned headers. All three are daily drivers and get
surprisingly good gas mileage.
Georgia LX Club brought out two Chargers and two Magnums, while a local
resident brought out his 1970 Cuda.
Police provided this amazing mobile precinct for our drooling pleasure.
This unique vehicle could easily be someone's home away from home.
that you've seen some of the variety of vehicles, come join us the first
Saturday of each month between now and October. There's no registration
fee and even if you don't enter a car, you can vote on your favorites. You
never know what will show.
thanks to Roy and Myong Jones of the Galaxy
Diner for hosting the Cruise-ins!