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I've come to the end of the week for posting about Voodoo Tradition II Rod and Kustom Show sponsored by the Ohio chapter of the Voodoo Kings Car Club. Believe me, after the car show season wraps up I'll be back to post more of the great pictures I was able to snap at this fun show.
There are all types of car people and folks who are involved in the hobby. Lots of times they seem to be characterized by the cars that they own and cherish. The fans of customs and hot rods are a completely different breed. They are drawn to the pure raw artistry of taking something that once existed and turning it into something new and different. And, oh, what beautiful different designs that emerge.
Voodoo Tradition II, sponsored by the Voodoo Kings of Ohio was a weekend event. With a gathering and a party on Friday night at a local hotel and then the Rod and Kustom show on Saturday, people had a great chance to enjoy the company of other custom car and hot rod lovers. In addition to the show on Saturday there was also live music, vendors, a swap meet and a "hot rod mama" contest. There was plenty of fun for everyone.
Voodoo Tradition II, hosted by the Voodoo Kings of Ohio emphasized hot rods and custom cars. All cars had to be pre 1967 and no antiques were allowed. This brought out a lot of really cool custom designs.
The Voodoo Kings of Ohio Car Club's Voodoo Tradition II Rod and Kustom Show was a very successful weekend event. Nearly 100 cars rolled into the lot of the always car friendly Quaker Steak and Lube in Milford and a lot more people showed up just to get a look at some of these fantastic one of a kind automobiles.
After today I'm going to put a halt to my coverage of the 36th Annual ACE Car Show, at least temporarily. I have a lot of shows that I haven't had a chance to post anything from since I've been spending a lot of time writing about the various Concours events to which I have been. So today is one last post from ACE before I move on to another show. But once the season ends I will be coming back and posting all of the pictures I took at this show as well as all of the others.
Armco Park is a large, wooded oasis of a park sitting in Warren County. The park has 311 acres, including an 18 hole golf course and a 110 acre lake. It is filled with grass and trees. With large grass fields to park the cars this is one of the best locations you could imagine for a car show.