Lining up early for GBATS.
Any truck show in the Chrome Shop Mafia parking lot has to have attitude.
... and appropriate music. Speakers were everywhere.
Truckers are a confident bunch.
Of course, some trucks feature more original equipment than others--and need some more work.
The counter at 4 State Trucks was packed with folks looking to add a little something to make their rigs stand out.
Others just need a good polish, but it's tough to get noticed when the parking lot is full of beauties.
Some get noticed more than others, however.
Yes, honey, it's your turn to do the wheels.
Smart kid: Show me one more time, Dad.
Sorry, fellas. I don't think you have the skill to polish my truck. But if you're willing to try, it's going to cost you a dollar each.
Sometimes, it really is best to call in a professional.
Some things you don't see every day, like a motorized bicycle built for two.
Wasn't this a secret hideout in a James Bond movie?
Everybody uses fancy hardwoods these days, so how about this floor?
A little one ...
... pulling a big one.
Another exercise in compare and contrast.
This 15-year-old girl was the coolest thing on Friday morning, though.
Not just because she can already handle a tractor.
She can light one up. By Monday we'll have a gallery dedicated to the burnout demonstration, along with all the show truck pictures you can stand. Stay tuned.