Welcome to the Didgey Trucker's Country Classic page.

This page is about my club: the Music City F-100's
and the Music City F-100's Country Classic.
It was a
HOT August
weekend in
1999....
But the
Music City
F-100's
Country
Classic
still drew
a crowd.
Can you
sing Karaoke??
Jim Crowder's
1954 F-100
panel was
full of tricks.
Click
here
to see
them.
Sam and Linda Lane
drove to Nashville
from West Virginia.
Linda puts on
a car show on
the last Saturday
in April every
year in Hinton.
Here's Mike Conner's
flamed 1956 F-100
from Wisconson.
Mike is a
member of the
Badgerland
F-100's.
Jimmy Ivey debuted
this TRICKED OUT
1956 F-100 at the
1999 Country Classic.
Almost everything on
Jimmy's small block
Ford was polished.
It made
it difficult
to look at!
How does
this '66
get so low?
A Camaro subframe.
Power is a
small block
Chevy.
The flames
aren't the
only thing
hot about
this F-100.
It's powered
by a HOt
5.0 HO
Ford V8.

How low can you go?  Richard Vaughn takes it to the limit!  Mid and late 60's F-100s at the Country Classic.
Sometimes Black (1956) and White (1966) make a colorful statement.


Here's more from the 1999 Country Classic.
How does yours tilt?  Here's a "dropped" and "flipped" '79.
Richie Richmond is the original "Truknut".  This '55 is about as nice as it gets.

It's a
Country
Classic
Cruise!
Cruisin' to
Backyard
Burgers
in Franklin, TN
to join
another show.
It's time for
lunch and another
quick show at
Backyard Burgers
in Franklin, TN.

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