Car Show to Feature TV Personalities from 'GearZ' and 'Counting Cars'

June 6, 2018
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Thomas Nelson’s 10th Annual Car Show will have television appeal to it with appearances by Stacey David, host of  “GearZ,” and Mike Henry of  “Counting Cars.”

The car show will take place Saturday,  Aug. 25 at the Hampton campus to benefit Thomas Nelson's Automotive Technology program.  The family-friendly event is free to spectators with registration and fees required for participants. Click HERE to download a registration form and learn more about the  7 a.m. to 2 p.m. car show. 

           

David is from Boise, Idaho and works on all sorts of vehicles. With a penchant for off-road four-wheel drives, hot rod street stocks, and all-terrain vehicles, he opened a custom car shop in Nashville named “Rattletrap." His television career began in the late 1990s when he became host of “Trucks,”  a series he led for eight years.

David's current show “GearZ” originated on ESPN2 in March 2007 and moved to Speed Channel the following year. After six seasons, it moved to MavTV in 2014 and was syndicated on Velocity in season nine. The show's 11th season started in January 2017.

Better known as "Horny Mike," Henry is an airbrush artist whose signature is putting 3D horns on his works of art, mostly on helmets. He also puts them on vehicles and clothing. “Counting Cars” is on the History channel. Henry, who once airbrushed T-shirts and license plates for tourists in Las Vegas, was a regular on the show “Pawn Stars.”