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Published 3/27/24

Coming Soon: The C10 Nationals

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Since its inception at Texas Motor Speedway in the spring of 2018, the ClassicParts.com C10 Nationals presented by Chevrolet Performance has become the nation’s premier truck show with three massive events nationwide.

Chevrolet and GMC trucks representing a variety of eras are present at C10 Nationals events.

In 2024, the events are scheduled for Texas Motor Speedway near Fort Worth on May 10-11; the Utah State Fairpark in Salt Lake City on June 21-22; and Nashville Superspeedway in Lebanon, Tennessee, on October 4-5. The slate thus truly lives up to its billing as “America’s Truck Event.”

The concept is simple. Each event is open to full-frame/full-size ​​1947 and up Chevrolet or GMC trucks, SUVs or 4×4s. That means period-correct restorations, custom builds and restomods utilizing crate engines* are all part of the action.

Festivities at all three events include a massive Show-n-Shine Truck Show, vendor midway, swap meet, dyno challenge, autocross, burnout contest, awards ceremony and giveaways.

Friday night drag racing is a popular attraction at the Texas and Nashville shows.

The Texas Motor Speedway and Nashville Superspeedway shows also feature both exhibition and competitive Friday night drag racing, along with the chance to drive the track on Saturday evening. The Salt Lake City event incorporates a cruise and cookout at Solitude Mountain Resort on Friday. Other city-specific programs will also take place, including a drifting and donuts contest in Texas.

Over 2,000 vehicles are expected for the Texas event, with attendees from more than half of the United States and four countries already registered. The Salt Lake and Nashville shows are likely to follow suit.

If you want to be a part of the C10 Nationals festivities, registration is currently open.

C10 Nationals pre-registration for two days is $80 and includes admission for one vehicle and two adults. The cost is $90 at the gate. Saturday-only pre-registration costs $55 and also includes admission for one vehicle and two adults. Gate registration on Saturday is $60. Two-day spectator passes are also available for $50 per person.

All registrations and two-day spectator passes include one entry to all giveaways and the winner must be present. Spectators must register at the merchandise trailer to qualify for drawings.

Single-day spectator passes are available for $25 but do not include entry into any giveaways.

The BLOCK team is set to be in attendance at the Texas C10 Nationals and plans to bring back plenty of stories featuring some of the nation’s coolest trucks and most interesting people. A photo gallery from last year’s Texas event is below.

For more information and to register, visit www.c10nationals.com.

Also, keep watching The BLOCK for much more on Chevrolet Performance and events nationwide.

*Because of their effect on a vehicle’s emissions performance, these engines are intended exclusively for use in competition vehicles. These engines are designed and intended for use in vehicles operated exclusively for competition: in racing or organized competition on courses separate from public roads, streets or highways. Installation or use of these engines on a vehicle operated on public roads, streets or highways is likely to violate U.S., Canadian, and state and provincial laws and regulations related to motor vehicle emissions.

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