In Tennessee, on May 29 and 30, Charlie Cobble and his Auto Shows team were at it again. Bright blue skies, warm temps, and a packed Wilson County Fairgrounds made for a weekend full of custom truck fun. Mini-trucks, fullsizes, classics, and several lifted trucks provided showgoers with the full spectrum of truck customization. Thanks to Kinetik, a wild bikini contest took place on the main stage where the winner won $1,000. Unique trophies were handed out for deserving truck owners, as were 12 specialty awards. A burnout contest filled the air with tire smoke, and thanks to several vendors on site, attendees could purchase parts for their trucks and eat on site. In its 17th year, Slammin' and Jammin' is a staple in the custom truck show scene along the East Coast. For info on next year's show, check out autoshows.cc.
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