October 10, 2010 by staff
Lmc Truck, If you are looking for one of the most concentrated collections of Ford trucks only power in the country, the F-100 Supernationals is the event for you. Going strong for 32 years, the event attracted more than 900 drivers to the new location in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Show promoter Charlie Cobble worked hard to bring the event in Pigeon Forge, a move welcomed by city officials and participants. It was the first event in the new city parking lot, offering acres of display without limits for vehicles and suppliers. Of course, the new location also offered unlimited possibilities Pigeon Forge shopping, certainly an advantage to another important segment of the F-100 population.
The opening ceremony of the three-day event, excitement was in the air. The crowd was introduced to a half-dozen; never saw trucks, debuting at the show. After admiring the headliners, the crowd spent the rest of the weekend greeting old friends and inspect the remains of the huge collection of Ford-powered vehicles. En route, they had the chance to visit nearly 100 suppliers, manufacturers, and swap meet people who had an amazing collection of the latest accessories for your truck.
One of the most heavily accessorized trucks at the event, even if it is not yet complete, the project was oval black truck gift. Campaign over the past year and a half and loaded with dozens of upgrades sponsored the ’55 F-100 was the price, each driver was hoping to take home. When co-host and TV personality Memmolo Sat fired the winner of the drum, John Davis jogged on stage, smiling with his ticket in hand. It’s a safe bet that very few participants had a better time at the event this year as John. The truck was valued at $ 28,500 and will be customized to taste John’s. With any luck, we hope to see on the screen at the event 2011.
The Saturday afternoon awards ceremony saw the reign of Steve & Becki Haessly ended. Their F-100, Hot Blooded, was the truck of the year in 2009. Top trophy this year went to Roger and Carolyn Hogan for their black and red, tilt-bed F-100 responsible for Custom Updates. (See elsewhere in this issue for full functionality on the truck’s Hogan.) In addition to more than a dozen awards specialty-closing ceremony has sent 270 participants happy home with permanent reminders of the pleasure to see this year.
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