John Wilson and Polly Hill find themselves behind the wheel of a smooth ride at the car and truck show on Saturday.

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Car and truck show benefits many

Published 7:29pm Monday, September 13, 2010

The River City Car and Truck Club and Intense Visions Car and Truck Club teamed up to put on a benefit car, truck and bike show at the city landing field on Saturday.
The show will benefit the West Alabama Senior Center and Anna-Coleman Yelverton, a local girl who is a cancer patient.
Car aficionados had a field day looking at the different makes and models, from a 1957 Ford to a 2004 Dodge Ram.
“I brought a 1995 Chevy Silverado truck,” said Derrick Clark of Vineland, and a member of Intense Visions. “It’s got a 5-inch body drop, 20-inch wheels, shaved door handles, detailed gate and a custom front end.”
Clark said he had been to several car shows, including Scraping the Coast, Cruising the Coast, Spring Fling and Scraping the Mountains.
“A lot of got o Biloxi, Miss., since they have a big show down there, about 6,000 cars,” said George Ballard. “A lot of us go to Tuscaloosa or Moundville or Fayette. Today, they’re having a big show in Meridian, Miss., and there is another one in Pigeon Forge, Tenn.”
For more information about the River City Car and Truck Club, contact Derrick Carter at (334) 341-0505, or for the Intense Visions Car and Truck Club, call Derrick Clark at (205) 457-3698.

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