Southern California Mini Truck Council Show N Shine 2018
Making Mini Trucks Great Again
The Southern California Mini Truck Council had their annual Show N Shine for 2018 out at the ideal location of the expansive back parking lot of Galaxy Burger in Ontario. The location offers a great big show area of semi clean concrete to spread out on and have a clean place to air down ‘bagged trucks. The SCMTC itself has done a great job of carrying on the tradition of mini truck representation going back all the way to 1975, the Council shows no sign of stopping.
With over 100 vehicles in attendance, the show itself was well attended by a variety of mini truck clubs that came from both near and far to support this great endeavor. This show and all the other weekly cruise nights as well as the Council-sponsored Getting It All Together three-day show in the Fall are examples of how the SCMTC supports the local mini and custom truck community to keep that spirit of unity alive.
Upholding tradition is what the Southern California Mini Truck Council is all about, and it could not be more evident in the custom truck shows that get produced and attended by local clubs. This forms the holy trinity of the custom scene: custom truck clubs get formed by enthusiasts who produce their creative and flamboyant vehicles in their garages and driveways, the Council supports the clubs by inviting them to be a part of the various shows and cruise nights that occur throughout the year, and Truckin being the World’s Leading Truck Publication is always out covering the latest in what the custom truck scene has to offer. It’s really one big happy family that should really be explored. And that is where you, dear reader, come in. The next time you hear about a custom truck show, or a club’s cruise night, make a point of going out and seeing what the scene is all about.