For those who don’t know, Brother’s Trucks retails replacement and custom parts for 1947-87 GM trucks. These guys know all about their favorite trucks and are absolutely passionate about them. They love them so much that 23 years ago they decided to throw their own event so that everyone could show off their own well-loved old school GM rides.
The event was held July 11, at Oak Canyon Park in Silverado, California. The park has a very relaxing atmosphere, and it’s lined with plenty of trees. With the recent bump in the popularity of C10s, many top builders now make it a point to attend the show. Due to popular demand, the show was limited to six hundred registered vehicles.
Now that people know they can come out to see some of their favorite classic GM trucks all in one place, the show is flourishing. After making the move to this venue a few years ago, it has proven to be the perfect location. Based in a remote area of Orange County, the drive in is quite scenic. However, you won’t get immediate social media updates there as cell phone coverage is pretty much nonexistent.
Though C10s were the most popular vehicle to bring to the show, plenty of other GM trucks joined the party, too. An abundance of Advance Design and Task Force trucks gleamed in the SoCal sun. The ride came in all different forms, from air bagged to sky-high lifted versions. Styles ranged from patina to shaved, chopped and painted.
Because the park gets crowded with vehicles and people, we recommend that you get there early to make sure to see it all. We highly recommend marking this one on your calendar as it’s one of our personal favorites. For more info on the show or any parts from this retailer, visit their social media pages and website.