(Words and photos by Doug Gregory) – The remainder of the street full of big trucks are found in here. K-whoppers, a Mack, and a cabover Pete finish up the avenue of rigs. We saw this LS-swapped, blue 300ZX at the Cincinnati Cavalcade of Customs back in January of this year. Good to see it’s putting on some road miles and is still a clean-looking swap. There were a few vehicles set out in front of the courthouse to draw folks in. One of those was Brad Eglian’s (B-Rad) ‘Luminasty’ Lumina that’s been on Street Outlaws and No-Prep Kings. I’ve taken a lot of photos of this car over the years and it’s still a very stunning piece of work. I can remember seeing a sign on it once that read it was from ‘mexico’…wherever that is.
I don’t know what year this light blue Honda N600 is, but it looked pretty fresh and I can’t remember the last time I saw one of these. I’m pretty sure I wasn’t in high school yet (translation….a long time ago). This is the first time I can recall seeing this Rampage and it was doing its best truck impression carting a for-sale 440. Notice the line of mostly GM stuff including convertibles at the bottom of this gallery. I did not see a club banner or anything like that, but think I saw most of them pull in at the same time. With the great weather we had cruising to and from in a nice drop-top sounds like a good time.
Hope you enjoyed. Only one more installment left from this huge event.