75 Chrome Shop Pride & Polish Show

| April 24, 2012

Scott Diller's 1981 Kenworth W900A won Best of Show at the 75 Chrome Shop Show in 2011.

Free gear, a chrome shop, a game room, food and a host of decked out custom trucks mark the beginning of the 2012 show season in Wildwood, Fla., Friday through Sunday at the 75 Chrome Shop show.

 

The annual event hosts a preliminary round of the 2012 Custom Rigs Pride & Polish National Championship, and the four Best of Show winners crowned Sunday will qualify for the championship judging round in Dallas in August at the Great American Trucking Show.

Attendance is free, and the Wildwood show’s known for its relaxed atmosphere and quality giveaways. It’s began in  1988 and takes place on the 75 Chrome Shop’s lot. Giveaways include grills, trainhorns, LED lights, steering wheels and chrome dash parts.

Visit the Pride & Polish website for more information.

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