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2022 C10s in the Park Show Recap
October 6, 2022

2022 C10s in the Park Show Recap

October 6, 2022

U.S .Mags wheels were on full display at this year’s C10s in the Park show

The 7th Annual C10’s in the Park show in Waxahachie, TX has come and gone, and boy, it did not disappoint. This year’s event saw 1200 classic GM trucks converge on Getzendaner Park. From full-blown, period-correct restorations to frame-laying lowriders, C10s in the Park brings out the best Chevy builds in the country.

New to C10s in the Park? Hosted by Brother’s Trucks, C10s in the Park aims to bring the best trucks to one location. What began as a humble show hosted by friends has now grown into the nation’s hub for all things C10 and vintage Chevy trucks. Learn more here:

The event kicked-off Friday night with a cruise sponsored by CK Magazine. Roughly 500 trucks congregated at The Avenue Church to prepare for the weekend ahead. C10 “Park” veterans were able to reconnect with longtime attendees, and newcomers had a chance to network before the festivities began.

Before daybreak on Saturday, hundreds of trucks lined up in all directions preparing for a full day of vintage Chevy bliss. Trucks from all over the South adorned the park grounds waiting to display their hard-earned builds to event spectators. The action didn’t stop there, however. U.S. Mags proudly hosted the “Party on The Square” afterparty in downtown Waxahachie this year. We handpicked 85 of the most neck-breaking builds to display—an almost impossible task given the number of incredible builds—while showgoers continued the party with libations and live music by Texas-based heavy metal group Metal Shop.

All-in-all, this year’s C10s in the Park was a huge success. Perfect weather paired with an array of incredible builds made for a great weekend, and U.S. Mags was proud to be a part of the action. We look forward to many more years of this show and thank Terry Hill, the volunteers, and all the sponsors that make this event possible!