Monster minis are popular with the old-school peeps, and they're not going anywhere anytim
Every time I attend the Sittin' Pretti show, I feel like I'm going to Alaska or something. It's not all that far, but you get the gist.
The Northwestern states might feel like they're thousands of miles away at first, but as soon as you get there you know immediately that you're in minitrucker land. Besides the awesome hospitality of the Sittin' Pretti crew, all the attendees are there to have a good time and they don't only bring clean rides, they bring a great attitude along as well. Great people, cool rides, and a good time are what Sittin' Pretti is all about.
Sponge is on the under-construction 10-year plan. Hurry up and finish it! We love ya, Spon
Name: Toyo Tires Presents Sittin' Pretti Summer Slam
Date: August 22, 2009
Location: Arlington Airport in Arlington, WA
Total Vehicles in Attendance: 218
Spectator Attendance: More than 2,000
• This is Sittin' Pretti's sixteenth year throwing this show
• They draw vehicles from WA, OR, ID, MT, CA, UT, BC Canada, AB Canada, and more
The world's best raffle (if you were there you would agree), frozen T-shirt contest, lowest car and truck contest, and more
Not a minitruck, but this Truckin' cover truck came out of hiding to wow the crowds.
Toyo Tires, Viair, Wheel Pros, Slam Specialties, Line-X, Sound Werks, Kinetik, Car Toys, Fenders and Fins, Fuel Marketing, Grant Kustoms, Windermere Realty, Major League Pizza, Air-Zenith, Meguiar's, Lowrider Depot, Austin Striping, Extreme Auto Center, JRS Kustoms, Wired Energy, Domination the Video, and Surface DVD
A&B Customs, Les Schwab Tire Centers, Phantasy Kolors, Rhodes Rides, Brand X Customs, Bare Bones Customs, Magruders Upholstery, Minitruck Mayhem, Crime Pays Video, Quick Cut Sanders, and Zipfizz
Contact for Future Events:
Email Shawn at Sitnprti@aol.com
This IV Ever Low truck came to compete in the lowest truck contest, but it lost to a truck
This mini-inspired Civic sports the perfect combination of mods.
IV Ever Low Northwest rolled out some trucks to show support.