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Fight Against Autism Car, Truck & Bike Show
Toms River, NJ
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Hosted by Coco Martinez, the 2nd Annual Fight Against Autism Car, Truck & Bike Show takes place on Sunday, August 24, 2014, 10am-End, at 1 College Dr, Toms River, NJ 08754. Last year's event  had over 400 cars! They're goal is to double the amount of cars this year.

Car Competition, Music, Food, Giveaways, and much more!!!!!

-top 40
-best in show
-best truck
-best euro
-best engine bay
-best crew
-deepest crew
-best motorcycle
-best jdm
-old school
- and much more

Supported By:
*The Honda Game
*Facin' Reality Auto Club
*I Heart My car
*RPG Photography
*Danny barbosa
*hgame live
*royal crew
*the scum life

VIP spots available

Photography by RPG (Reality Photography Group)

$20 VIP Show Entry
$15 Show Entry
$5 Spectator Entry

Show Roll In is from 10am to 1pm

Person interested in being Vendors and/or Sponsors contact me at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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