Stray Kat Kustoms
What is the Stray Kat 500?
We believe guys are getting tired of going to just another car show. So we focus on trying to create a relaxing, laid back atmosphere where you can meet new friends and talk about Kustoms and Hot Rods. We have trophies but they go to the Koolest not just to the most money spent or the over baby'd. We believe in having fun enjoying our hobby without the stress of competition.
One of the kool aspects of the show you will see a $200K Kustom or Hot Rod parked right next to a $10K vehicle and both of them are having a great time. Every Kustom and Hot Rod no matter what condition is welcomed to attend the SK500. Some tag it as a Rat Rod show and they are wrong.
The SK500 is about "Real" car enthusiast having fun with Real Kustoms and Real Hot Rods. Our shows you will see more then just kool vehicles. We believe the importance of entertaining the whole family. You will hear kool music, see talented artist, Kool antique stores and meet a lot of kool people.
Where should I book a room?
The koolest place to stay is the Frank Lloyd Wright's Price Tower in Bartlesville. Check out their link. http://www.pricetower.org/stay/ They are giving us a great discount; Regular rate is $145 a night and for the SK500 weekend they have discounted the room rate to $95. Their telephone number is (918)336-4949
The other hotel that we suggest to stay is the Fairfield Inn (918)331-2100 it’s a great place to stay and a purrfect host hotel.
Other places to stay
Fairfield Inn (918)331-2100
Knights Inn (918)335-1122
West Coast Kustoms
West Coast Kustoms
Last month I had my mind blown when the Stray Kat 500 was featured in the West Coast Kustoms #37 Newsletter. What a great honor. I would like to thank Penny for saving some space for us. And to Thank John D'Agostino for spending the weekend with us in Dewey, Ok. We are very Blessed to have Kustom legends attend our events.
I mentioned it yesterday, we need to support the organizations that promote our Kustom hobby. Check out the link below for the Information. For the guys that love print, the Newsletter is worth the time.
Again, Thank you Penny, John and to West Coast Kustoms for their help promoting our event. It is a Blessing.