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Goodbye Fredericksburg, Hello Houston. This is the last show for Family Events in Fredericksburg, they will move the show to Houston Texas for 2008. And although there was some quality trucks at this last event in Fredericksburg, the quantity of quality was not there.
SEMA...Vehicles, People, Products, Displays, all in one location, for four days. Its a great four days (and nights).
I don't remember it not raining at Indy, I remember it raining harder and longer some years..and even a tornado one year. But I don't remember it not raining one of the three days of the event. This year...rain all three days, but it was still great people and trucks. Bloomsburg pictures are mixed in with Indy's.
If you have never been to the Special Events 4-Wheel Drive Jamboree in Vermont you are missing out. Although it is way out on the East side of the country, there are vehicles there you will not see at any other event.
Saturday and Sunday temps were in the 80's. It was a fantastic weekend, everything is bigger in Texas...because they have no lift laws (only headlight height). Remember when it used to be like that everywhere. 53" tires are the tires of choice.
The Summer Jamboree of 2005 in Pennsylvania started off great, then a little rain in the middle of the day on Saturday, still a great day. Unlike Indy the fairgrounds in Bloomsburg keep expanding and so do the amount of Trucks. A record number of participants and spectators for this year, it was a great weekend.
Saturday @ Lima, Ohio what can I say. It rained, then it rained, it sprinkled, then it rained. Friday was perfect, trucks, friends, sunny weather, rubber necking. Special Events has been holding this Jamboree here 12 years now, and it is still a great time.
Springfield is a friendly city that is home to some top truck talent and third for the Special Events 4-Wheel Drive show series. The weather cooperated this year with Saturday being the best day out of this two day event. Nice weather brought out some nice trucks.
This was the first time for this two day event in Texas and unlike other Special Events 4-Wheel Drive Jamborees this one was open to all two and four wheel drive trucks. Both Saturday and Sunday were sunny and in the eighty's, perfect weather to kick off the start of a new event and a new season.
2004 Special Events 4-Wheel Jamboree - The Indy show, the granddaddy of them all. This year the weather cooperated for the three day event and the turnout was record breaking. By 11:00 on Saturday all cruising had to be stopped because of the all too familiar Indy gridlock. It was a great turnout and here are just a few pictures of some of the vehicles from that weekend.
We at Purple Cranium Products collectively have been to a lot of shows and events. Looking at some of our photos we started wondering "where are these guys now?". Most of the photos in this album are from a period when the only crawling you did was up into your truck, never over rocks. Some of these trucks by today's standards look real strange while others look like they were built yesterday.