Slamfest: Mike Barcia's 1996 Chevrolet Dually

Since 1992, Mini Madness has been the host club that organizes one of the largest annual shows in the Southeast known as Slamfest! This year, the 29th Annual Slamfest took place at the Florida State Fairgrounds, and I wanted to spotlight Mike Barcia and his 1996 Chevrolet Dually for winning Best of Show! We’d like to think it was the fresh set of Raceline wheels that were added to the Dually last minute. Shout-out to Anthony and Jerry from Mild 2 Wild in Lakeland, FL for making that happen. For more Slamfest information, visit minimadness.com.

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