This year, our starting point will be back where we were the first year, Wild Horse Park in Mustang. We will head northwest taking the two lanes, check out Hajek Motorsports in Ames, and then end in Enid at Meadowlake South Park for lunch. Format will remain basically the same as previous years and our other events...72 and older event focused on DRIVING!
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2016 Event details and recap
It's getting close to that time of year again. This is our 3rd annual HRH. We appreciate all the folks that continue to support us, year after year. If you have never attended, then let me brief you on what to expect.
The Hot Rod Hundred is the answer to all those boring parking lot shows, where you pay $30 and get nothing in return except a bad sunburn. We are changing all that.
The event is mainly geared at Pre-72, but don't fret if you have a cool ride, holler at us. We aren't the hot rod police, we can be flexible. Now, if it's your mom's 83 AMC Concorde, don't call. Our philosophy is that Hot Rods and Customs are meant to be driven, so that's what we do. We like to cruise the back roads, the 2 lane highways and byways of OK. We figure that if you are willing to give up your free time to hang out with us, we should give you something back in return. So, for $25 you will receive entry into the event, a HRH window sticker (Badge of Honor), an event shirt and lunch for 2. No one gives out those kind of perks with their event. Only at a CrossMembers sponsored Hot Rod Hundred event will you get treated like royalty.
This year we are kicking the OKC HRH off starting at ROUTE 66 SOFTBALL COMPLEX 203 N. POST RD., ARCADIA, OK 73007. We will start registration at 8:00 am. We would like to be on the road no later than 8:45. We had approx.. 100 cars last year, we expect at least that, if not more this year. We will cruise Rt 66 to Tulsa, where we are going to do a shop crawl. We are going to check out the work of the infamous Chris Hagerty at Kinghag Customs. Then we are off to the Hot Rod Garage to check out the creations of Jim and Jason Smith, the father and son hot rod duo. We will then cruise over and check out the personal collection of memorabilia and hot rods owned by a local collector.
Then we will head to the last stop at Chandler Park in Tulsa. At this time, you will be served up the best BBQ this side of the Mississippi. Sheldon Dightman of Dightman’s BBQ will be catering lunch. He catered last year’s event and the folks are still raving about it. I promise that you won’t be disappointed!
We will have all of the maps and details the day of the run in your T shirt and goodie bag.
Get off the couch, turn off American Idol and drive your hot rod! Bring the wife, bring the kids, but most importantly bring your hot rod! Check out our videos below to see a little of what we do.