Billetproof was back in the Great Northwest for the 7th annual Washington Washout. This year the show partially lived up to its name with the threat of rain and a few sprinkles throughout the day keeping some of the less hardcore at home. The spectators turned out though and were treated to one heck of a show loaded up with amazing hot rods and customs. On Friday night Billetproofers took over Centralia Bowl for a night of fun on the lanes. Saturday night they took over the entirety of downtown Centralia for a cruise.
Chuck Hawwman took home Best of Show honors with his amazing 1933 Ford Tudor. It was a completely fresh build having covered only 200 some miles since done and all of those were from getting to the show. Powered by a 259 Studebaker engine and 3 speed overdrive Studie trans the Tudor sported a custom molded 50 Ford dash and tasteful color scheme. A very well put together ride.
Special Thanks to Willie Steele for some GREAT photos of the event and cruise.