This past Saturday the Orange County Fair Grounds was home to the 14th annual Cruisin’ For A Cure car show. Over 3,000 cars were registered for the show, there were thousands of spectators in attendance and the weather was beautiful. I had the pleasure and privilege of being a part of the Hedman Performance Group booth, and got to have the Magnum on display in the booth too. I talked to lots of people about my car, as well as how the Hedman Hedders made my car sound awesome and added 40 horsepower as well as the three tenths I picked up on the track from the install. I also got the chance to cruise the show in the Magnum, as there is a one mile course set up inside the show for cars to cruise on. What I loved about this show was that even if you were in a booth for most of the day, you didn’t miss out on all the cool cars because they were coming to you!
I had a wonderful time with the people from Hedman, as well as the people from the Currie Enterprises booth. Co-hosts of Speed Scene Live Diana-mite and Lucky Hudson were there showing off their Currie Nova race car. I also had the chance to see some friends from AAA, Mickey Thompson, Magnuson Superchargers, TruFiber, SoCal LX (as in Spring Fest and Beach Burger Friday), Magnaflow, Bone’s Fab and many more! It was an incredibly fun filled day with lots of cars, fun car people and cool stuff to look at. But what’s even more is the good it does for the City of Hope Prostate Cancer Program. Lots of money was raised and the promoter Debbie Baker can definitely be proud of the accomplishments of the show. I want to thank both Hedman Performance Group for having me in their booth, and of course Debbie Baker and all the volunteers that helped put on such an awesome car show.
Click any thumbnail below to enlarge