Every time we see this old-school mini, it still gives us chills.
What is it with beautiful parks in Visalia, California, and great one-day shows? Apparently, we're not the only ones who have noticed this secret formula to success because it seems to be a trend now.
Down to Earth knows a thing or two about shows, mainly from participating in shows all over the West Coast for the last 15 years. They decided to throw their own one-day show in Cali to help show some support and give back a few of the trophies that they've been raking in for years. Minitruckers showed up in force for the first of what we hope will become an annual event. And with a park this gorgeous, we're hoping they set their sights on hosting a Central Cali truck run!
Name: Down to Earth Day
Location: Visalia, CA
Dates: April 24
Total Vehicles in Attendance: More than 450
Spectator Attendance: More than 4,500
Sponsors/Vendors: AAA Mufler, AVS, Borrachos Clothing, Fuel Marketing, Keg Media, Mindless Metal, Kinetik, Twisted Minis, Mautofied.com, Grant Kustoms, Top Shelf Customs, Hathaway Hot Rods, Siscos Fabrication, Gusset King, Linx Photography, BST Clothing, Minitruck Mayhem, Cen Cal Distributing, TK Clothing, Campos Customs, King Switch Clothing, Socalcustoms.com
Contact for Future Events: Email Chris Cuoto at DTE2108@yahoo.com or Josh Rousseau at email@example.com.
Square-body S-10 with a Colorado front end-yes, please!
Is there a show on the West Coast these guys don't roll deep too?
Remember this truck?
Lowlife Mike was back in action.
Not a mini, but definitely one of the baddest trucks at the show.
Some of the coolest trucks at the show happened to be found in the DTE parking area.
One of the longest AND lowest minis around.
The crew from Dangerous Toys (staff of Danger Zone) came out to support a local show.