Another Texas R... WOW. Please email me and I will get you in touch with our Texas Hill Country group, so you can show together.Went to Lockhart Texas Car show. There were no SSRs.
The SSR is rare.
Should I show it?
Mine is completely stock, should I dress it up for the show?
Hell, I don’t have to attend car shows for those questions. I just pull up to a Starbucks for coffee! :laugh:Depending on the categories and size of the show, the SSR could fit in MY breakdown of truck, mini truck, (like SuperChevy Shows consider it to be), late model convertible, or "special interest".
We've shown in both mini truck stock (SuperChevy Maple Grove) and special interest on local shows.
The registry booth may be able to place it for you.
The sub category would be stock, modified, or custom, depending on what was done to your truck.
One ' R" at any show is sure to gather a crowd. Just be ready to answer the same questions all day.
What is it ?
Is it new ?
Is it custom ?
Did you build it ?...
and so forth.
:smile2:We don't go to as many shows since around here they started having "Participant voting only" instead of "Spectator voting". All the car clubs and "Buddy" voting get the Trophies in Classes they are in. So when we go and take 2 or 3 cars and drop $100+ for registration, 50/50 drawing, junk food, kill 5 hours sitting in the heat--it is just to donate to the cause, talk to folks who want to visit and reminisce. SSR's class is either 2000 and newer truck, Convertible or Special/Limited Edition. Kathy's '66 Malibu class is '60's Car, the Chevelle class is Muscle Car or Street Rod.