2015 Pride & Polish circuit kicks off this week in Wildwood, Fla., at 75 Chrome Shop

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Armando Garcia’s 1997 Peterbilt 379, named “Danger”, won First in the Builder’s Class category at the 2014 75 Chrome Shop Show. Click here or the photo above to see more photos from last year’s event.Armando Garcia’s 1997 Peterbilt 379, named “Danger”, won First in the Builder’s Class category at the 2014 75 Chrome Shop Show. Click here or the photo above to see more photos from last year’s event.

The 2015 Overdrive’s Pride & Polish National Championship series continues this week in Wildwood, Fla., at the 75 Chrome Shop, where the custom truck outfitter will host its annual springtime show truck event.

This is the first Pride & Polish show of 2015 and the third in this season’s Pride & Polish National Championship.

The show will feature dozens of the country’s top show trucks, along with live music, free food, giveaways and more.

Admission is free to spectators. The show is located at Exit 329 off I-75 in Central Florida.

The show’s four Best of Show winners will qualify to compete in the National Championship judging round in Dallas in August at the Great American Trucking Show against Best of Show winners from the five other Pride & Polish qualifying events held throughout the year.

Click here to register your truck for the event or to learn more about attending.

Click here to see a photo gallery of trucks that competed in last year’s event.

Pride & Polish is also celebrating its 25th anniversary this year — Click here to read more. 

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