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1st Annual City of Odenville Chamber Of Commerce Cruise-In

The first annual City of Odenville Chamber of Commerce car show took place on September 14, 2019. Odenville is a community located around central Alabama. The event was hosted by the Mustang Musem Of America. There was an excellent selection of cars, trucks, and bikes in attendance. The car show had a great turnout and everyone seemed to have a good time.

The Triumph GT6 was produced from 1966 to 1973. This car is a GT6+ MKII that was introduced in 1969. The GTS+ was upgraded from the MKI with notable performance and suspension upgrades. The car is powered by a 2.0L I-6 that is attached to a manual 4-speed synchromesh gearbox.

This 1970 Oldsmobile 442 W-30 is a fairly rare car. It is powered by a 455 cubic inch big block. The engine sounded beefy when the owner cranked it and revved it for us.

You got to love the retro paint scheme on this 2nd generation Camaro Z28.

This is a 2nd generation Dodge Viper GTS which was produced from 1996 to 2002. The GTS came with an 8.0L 488 cubic inch V10 that produces 450 horsepower. The stock rims have been swapped over to a late model SRT wheel and it really compliments the overall look of the car.

These pictures do not do this 1969 Mustang Mach 1 justice. This classic stang is immaculate inside and out.

Jason and Deidra Trammell are the owners of this 1993 Special Edition LX Fox Body Mustang convertible. From 1992-1993 Ford offered 3 different limited production color scheme convertibles known as (the summer editions). This particular car features white wheels, interior, exterior paint, and a white convertible top. This car is just 1 of 1500 that Ford offered in the all-white color combination in 1993.

This 2001 Corvette Z06 has a combination of subtle changes that really make it an exceptional car. Copper paint was not offered in 2001 and the car has been wrapped in that color. The offset wheels and widebody fenders look awesome on the C5 body style.

The Iron City Wranglers always show up with the baddest Jeeps in town.

This old Ford truck is sitting on an Explorer chassis and has an old school 5.0 under the hood.

One hella sweet Polaris Slingshot.

The Saleen Club of America had a few hot cars on display.

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