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Dino’s Git Down 2019

100’s of Chevy C10s Descend on Glendale, AZ

Bryan Fross
Nov 21, 2019
Once in a while, a truck show or meet-up gains a following so quickly that the event promoter has to expand the venue each year resulting in even more growth. Dino's Git Down began as a small group meeting up on the Friday before the Goodguys Show that weekend. What is has turned into is a destination event all of its own. Trucks have come from other surrounding states while spectators have shown up from far and wide including Australia. This year, the one-day show was moved to a much larger venue at the Westgate Entertainment District in Glendale, Arizona.
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Vendors began setting up their booths before the sun arose and trucks began rolling in shortly afterwards to fill up the area with 1947-1998 Chevrolet & GMC Trucks. You see, there is no registration. This is a free event for these specific years and makes of trucks. The foot traffic was heavy all day with spectators checking out all of the available pickups along with offerings from manufacturers such as All American Billet, Currie Enterprises, Edelbrock, Precision Replacement Parts, Snowden Seats, Vintage Air, and United Pacific Industries just to name a few. There were also several shops on hand to represent their builds and products related to these Chevy/GMC pickups. There were some incredible trucks on display in booths from Lowboy Motorsports, Stone Fab, Provost Motorsports, Arizona High Test, and GSI Suspension.
The show began at 11am and ran through 9pm giving everyone plenty of time to see it all. If you missed it, put this one on your calendar for next year. There is even some buzz about it becoming more than a one-day show.