Each year we all head into the shop or garage and dust off our projects, fire up the welders, and get to work on our latest and greatest creations to show the world what we've been up to over the winter months.
OK, maybe it's not as dramatic as the East Coast, but our 40-degree SoCal winters are harsh enough to keep us from working on our rides and possibly hitting the slopes every now and then, ha ha.
Forbidden Fantasy is what we consider "opening day" for the minitruckin' world. We all get to come together early in the show season and see what the rest of the West Coast has been up to. The thing that really makes this show great is the fact that it's thrown by REAL minitruckers, for minitruckers! Forbidden Fantasy pulls off one of the best shows of the year with no major corporate sponsors and just the help of family and friends. And it's been going strong for the last 13 years! Every major player on the West Coast makes it a point to be at the Forbidden show, and with the amazing turnout of killer rides we all can see why. With visitors all the way from Japan, Forbidden Fantasy never disappoints. What other club has actually built up a full minitruck and raffled it off for their fellow minitruckers? 2010 marked one of the best Forbidden shows of all time, and we hope they continue to bring us one of the West's finest examples of a car show for both hardcore minitruckers and families alike.
Sunset has gone back to their...
Sunset has gone back to their roots of all minitrucks. Many members have sold other rides to bring out a fresh new minitruck and keep the scene alive.
Be on the lookout for Tyson's...
Be on the lookout for Tyson's Tacoma in these pages soon.
The Sadistic Iron Werks crew...
The Sadistic Iron Werks crew brought out some fresh new rides to wow the crowds.
13th Annual Forbidden Fantasy Show
Lake Perris Fairgrounds, Perris, CA
March 14, 2010
Total Vehicles in Attendance:
More than 600
More than 5,000
• Thirteenth annual show by Forbidden Fantasy
• Just a group of friends putting on a show so everyone can have a great time
• No big sponsors-paid for and thrown by FFF
• Best of Show: Patrick Rios Hardbody built by Chassis By Aaron
• Best Engineered: Mike Alexander Project Low Lux built by Bobby from Sadistic Iron Werks
• Club Participation: Nokturnal
• Lowest Club: Severed Ties
Events: Bikini contest, freestyle BMX by Da Compound, double point DB Drag Event
This fresh-bodied Colorado...
This fresh-bodied Colorado being built by Go EZ sports massive 24-inch rollers.
Sponsors: Donated raffle prizes from SuicideDoors.com, Grant Kustoms, Sadistic Iron Werks, Bodied Clothing, AVS, West Coast Customs, AirBagIt.com, Modern Image Stereo, 4130Fabrication.com
Vendors: Go EZ, Air-Zenith, 4130Fabrication.com, MobStar Clothing, Fuel Mrkt, Sadistic Iron Werks, Brand One Clothing, Gen X SunGlasses, Chassis By Aaron, DEW Brand Clothing, Vertical Doors Inc, Universal Air Suspension, King Switch Clothing, BST Clothing, Freeland Kustomz, Auto Accessory Warehouse, Perris Tire and Wheel, Mac's Springs, and more
Contact for Future Events:
Email Brian Goude at Onelowmini@aol.com or Jamie Vanhoosen at Swttacoma@msn.com. Also visit Forbiddenfantasyshow.com or Myspace.com/ffftruck.com.
Patrick Rios took another...
Patrick Rios took another Best of Show trophy with his killer Chassis By Aaron-built Hardbody.
Universal Air was on hand...
Universal Air was on hand selling some of their latest goods.
Project Low Lux won the coveted...
Project Low Lux won the coveted Best Engineered trophy for the forward thinking design and subtle tricks done by Bobby at Sadistic and Bob Grant from Grant Kustoms.