JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A dreary day couldn't keep car and motorcyclist enthusiasts away from the 4th Annual Big George Car and Bike Show last Saturday. The annual event honored the life and memory of George Wolfe, a guy that loved hot rods, bikes, loud music, food and being surrounded by folks having fun.
Held at Adamec Harley-Davidson on Baymeadows, music was provided by Rip Currents while local car clubs brought along their rides.
Among the modern classics was Oscar Toledo's 2010 Dodge Challenger, which he's customized with a Christian motif. "Well my Challenger, I use it as a way to get people to know God and to give them Bibles for those that don't have any. Not just for adults but also for kids," said Toledo.
The engine bay features a dress-up kit that Toledo purchased online. He then had a Middleburg fireman paint it with crosses.
Other custom touches include a custom hidden headlights grille, LED lighting throughout and a monster sound system.