If you were there, you probably saw the RIDES tent getting soaked by the downpour of rain. We had to improvise and adapt a little by setting up a small table under the garage. And just like we didn’t bail because of the rain, neither did the thousands of other people who stuck around! That’s how they roll in Georgia – not much can stop them from doing what they want. In case you didn’t see us, we had our booth set up between this 1974 Chevrolet Caprice and this 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle sellin’ merchandise and giving away stickers.
In our opinion, one of the most notable event of the show was the 1971 Chevrolet Impala built by Kent’s Automotive Repairs that rolled up basically right next to the RIDES booth. We’ve seen it before (and those of you who copped the SUMMER 2013 issue of Donk, Box & Bubble already saw it on pages 82-86), but this time it was a lot different. Up until the StuntFest 2K13, it was painted silver. Peep the images in the gallery above and notice that now it’s painted House of Kolor Kandy Apple Red and it looks dope!
But that was just one of many ill whips! We saw huge variety of cars, trucks and SUVs – with paint ranging from chameleon to Kandy, and rim sizes all the way up to 32-inches! Some cars had lift kits and others were bagged, all coming from a huge variety of different car clubs from all of the country. Regardless of stance, height or squattage each car was unique and tasteful in its own way. If you were there too, tell us what you liked best about the show!
Check out the gallery, tell us what you think!
[Shout-out to WhipsByWade!]