Bernie's Car Show Coverage: Photos from the 2019 Dub Car Show: Charlotte

May 13, 2019

On May 4th, 2019, Dub Magazine held their fourth car show of 2019 in Charlotte, North Carolina. Since Charlotte is about 4 hours away from Atlanta, I'd figured that I could drive up to Charlotte to attend the show.

Just like last year, I had a lot of fun at this year's Dub Car Show. This show gave me an opportunity to see custom vehicles that I don't get to see in Atlanta. Ultimate Audio of South Carolina brought the star of the show, which was this particular Chevy Chevelle that belongs to Thomas Davis of the Los Angeles Chargers. This Chevelle had custom paint, on Forgiato Wheels, custom interior (including a Corvette steering wheel), some engine work, and as many University of Georgia logos that they can tastefully incorporate into the design of the car.

Another shop that had a big presence at the show was the Rim Shop of Charlotte. This year, they brought an assortment of vehicles. I spotted a Rolls Royce Ghost, Mercedes S63, Cadillac Escalade, F250 Super Duty, a Polaris Slingshot, Nissan GTR, Oldsmobile 442, Chevy Monte Carlo, Dodge Charger Hellcat, Ford Shelby GT350. I told you their booth was a sampler platter of vehicles.

This Dodge Charger which is named Purple Rain left me partially deaf for a few minutes. The audio wasn't at its highest volume, but I was told that the car has the ability to flood out the entire room.

As you can see, Menace Car Show won a lot of awards. They also brought vehicles such as...

To sum up what was at the show: there were a lot of cars with great paint jobs, a lot of vehicles on Forgiato, Rucci, Dub, Rolling Big Power, and American Forge wheels, some great lowriders, plenty of American Muscle cars, and a lot of trucks- both lowered and on lifts. I think I pretty much described about 75% of the vehicles at the show.

Enough talking because I know you would rather see some photos. To see the rest of the photos, check out Bernie's 2019 Dub Car Show: Charlotte gallery.

Bernie's Car Show Coverage: Photos from the 2019 Stuntfest Weekend

May 6, 2019

On April 25th-28th, Stuntfest held their annual weekend. The Stuntfest weekend usually goes as follows- Thursday night is a Meet-and-Greet (which I never go to). Friday night is usually a bonding experience at a strip club (again, I never go to. Plus I already been to them all.) Saturday afternoon is their block party and Sunday is their famous car show.

Stuntfest is one of those car shows that I'm always happy to attend. The reason why is simple. Much like Caffeine and Octane, Caffeine and Exotics, Dub Car Show, Los Magnificos, Torres Empire, Official Street Whipz' King of the South, Krazy Vatos and the newest entry- Whips By Wade, Stuntfest gives me what I want- a car show with a high percentage of show-worthy cars. That's it. Doesn't matter the location, since I will find my way there.

Saturday's block party was held at the Venue Nightclub in Forest Park, which is right outside of Atlanta. The block party was crowded with people, music, food and cars. In a nutshell, it was basically a car show. By now, you know that I'm happy to attend.

Last year's Stuntfest show had crappy weather- cool, cloudy and rain. This year was the complete opposite- hot with clear, sunny skies. By the time I pulled up to Silver Dollar Raceway, I knew what I was in store for... a lot of fun. There were plenty of vehicles on Forgiato, Amani Forged, Rucci, and Dub Wheels, plenty of vehicles painted in a variety of colors, and most importantly– plenty of car show worthy vehicles, which means I had no reason to complain.

Enough talking because I would rather show off some photos. To see the rest of Saturday's photos, click on Bernie's 2019 Stuntfest Block Party gallery and to see the rest of Sunday's photos, click on Bernie's 2019 Stuntfest Car Show gallery. Thank you for another great show.
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