Chaotic Rods & Customs gave this Tacoma some fresh paint before bringing it out to the sh
Every time a show changes location, show goers are a little apprehensive about how good the show is going to be. Well, if you are one of the people who stayed home, you missed out big time. With more than 500 vehicles in show and more than 4,500 spectators walking through the gates, Gator Drag was still one of the biggest shows of the South. There was an amazing amount of participants; considering there was a competing show only a few miles away.
The new park, Montgomery County Fairgrounds, made for a great venue. There was enough room for the show to continue to grow like it has in recent years. Unfortunately, the move to another locale had an effect on attendance this year, but we are sure that Gator Drag will be on lock next year-not only with the park but with everyone who loves going to truck shows.
The Show Lowdown
Name: Gator Drag 2008
Location: Montgomery County Fairgrounds, Conroe,Texas
Dates: May 2-4
Total Vehicles in Attendance: 500+
Spectator Attendance: 4,500
* It was the fifth annual show
* Proceeds were to benefit Relay for Life.
* So far, more than $10,000 has been donated.
Kustom Werx, Ekstensive Metalworks, Lakeside Audio, CC Plus, GatorSkinz Screenprinting & Embroidery, Auto Express, Keef's Rod & Custom, and Papa's on the Lake
Drop 'em Wear?, KIK Clothing, Crime Pays Video, and Acoustic Edge
Contact For Future Events:
Brandon LeBlanc at (936) 203-7216, or visitgatordrag.com, or go to myspace.com/gatordrag
Ryan Ruffin's Colorado is lookin' good. Well, except for the door handles.
This was a cool way to pass the time. The guys from Kustom Werx and KIK Clothing threw dow
The cool thing about hanging out in vendor booths is this: the girls.
Saturday night, after the show everyone went to Papa's on the Lake.
What would Gator Drag be without someone rolling in with 'gator interior?
Have you ever seen a Chevy with butterfly doors?
There were several under-construction trucks with cool mods.