One of the longest running shows in the south , Slamfest continues to keep going strong. As cars and trucks make it down to Florida from as far as the west coast and even a few crazy people from Canada that come down to enjoy some of the Florida weather.
After coming back to Tampa FL ,the show growing bigger and bigger each year. Vendors and rides rolled in on friday afternoon.
The fun kept going throughout the weekend with burnout contest, truck limbo, audio comps and club games keeping everyone busy and catching up with their various clubs.
Jimmy Rod’s n Custom’s had his full lineup on deck including his former Nissan Titan dually with a fresh new look.
Richard W. Brought out his bagged work truck #slmdram
This custom Chevelle from Tom Argue Desisns was done head to toe LS7 powered, BMW interior and has the horses to push the Forgeline wheels.
Madgear,Lowlabel Apparrel and Dropem Wear were all on hand selling the latest merchandise in the scene.
Brooke H. Of Relaxed Atmosphere Florida brought out her clean Ford Ranger with some new changes.
Lowered or lifted this show had something for everyone. David S. Ford Platinum dually built by Phatphabs & Super Power Diesel Ford Superduty Megatruck.
Matt Smith and his S-10 were definitely a fan favorite with everything from the under the hood to the tailgate airbrushed.
Mike Barcia debut his full build Chevrolet Dually. After past years of being one of the cleanest frames traveling through the show circuit, Mike put the body down and finished his truck known as “No Compromise” each part was done top notch.
This year’s show had a full crowd throughout the weekend and seems to grow more each year.
Big shout-out to the whole MiniMadness group for throwing one of our favorite shows of the year.