All proceeds from “Until They All Come Home Car & Truck Show” will go to Tampa Military Families. The show was threatened by rain but fortunately the rains held off and the event went without a hitch. Even with the threat, more than 125 vehicles attended. A very fine variety of vehicles were on display.
A rather large slot-car racetrack was set up as a display and drew considerable attention. Also, on display for photos and conversation were Glen Launey with his dragster, Kelsey Lay with her dragster and Todd Osting with his race car. Quite a few people had their pictures taken in these vehicles. Another interesting vehicle making its appearance was a huge Express Wagon owned by Chuck Redding from the Downshifters of Brooklyn Car Club. It is fully registered and street legal. Ed Cullins acted as DJ for the day. Event photography coverage was provided by Ms Lois Croft and there was also a very impressive raffle table and plenty of local vendors. The show is sponsored by Tampa Jax Wax and SE Mopar.