Unseasonal cold, rainy weather didn’t keep people back from bringing out their vehicles to Lone Star Throwdown at Lone Star Expo Center & Montgomery County Fairgrounds in Conroe, Texas on February 25-27. Vendors also set-up shop and thousands of spectators passed through the gates.
It may have been rainy, muddy, windy and cold but the plethora of cars, trucks and bikes filled the show grounds. The American Force arena was filled with lifted trucks, jeeps and side-by-sides all decked-out with custom lifts/suspension, billet wheels, big tires, huge stereos and any detail possible.
Out and about you could find bagged full-size and minis all around along the cruise paths and show field. You had clubs from all over making their presence felt. From lifted and lowered trucks and bagged golf carts to lifted side by sides, you also had the presence of import cars from your usual 90s Civics to a custom, bagged Liberty Walk Lamborghini.
Inside one of the vendor halls you had a handful of vehicles going full-on with custom displays of lighting, mirrors, display boards while lifted up in the air to allow spectators to see all the key details and custom undercarriages.
This is definitely a ‘must attend’ event for everyone to attend at least once.
Photos and text by Chris Gosda (@photosbycg13)