The final day of the 2018 Fall Redneck Rumble in Lebanon, TN did not disappoint! Hundreds of cars and thousands of people braved the insanely hot and humid weather today at one of the premier Custom Culture shows in the United States. Here is a small little sample of the action:
Hiding out in a shady part of the fairgrounds I found this trio of slick cars. A orange '60s Chevy truck a early '50s Chevy four door sedan and a mid '30s Packard. All three made journey to Lebanon from Southern, Il.
This mint '81 square body Chevrolet truck was for sale, with new paint and could be yours for $8,900. That's a perfect truck for under $9K!
This Hot Rodded Ford Pinto station wagon was sporting a later model 4 cylinder engine.
Model T Fords make the best Beaters! This one looks like its been chopped a foot!
This flatbed '54 Chevy truck was setting low and looking good!
This was one cool looking bicycle!
This late '30s Chevrolet was a nice looking ride, with flat black paint and wire wheels. Turns out, Beaters really are Neater!
This early '50s F100 looks like it still has a day job. At least it gets the weekends off!
Everywhere you look at the Rumble you'll see something picture worthy! So what do you do? You take about 500 pictures in 2 days! Stay tuned for another video tomorrow and then look for the feature length article on Monday. Even though I'm completely worn out it's time to Keep on Cruisin'!