Rollin’ Deep brings crowd to Alamosa

The 23rd Annual Rollin’ Deep Car Show on Sunday, June 18, drew 80 official entries but altogether about 100 vehicles to Cole Park in Alamosa. The pre-hop Saturday was also well attended.

Rollin’ Deep Car Club organizers, the Quintana family — Chris and Destiny and sons Chris and Diego Quintana — present the first place hop prize, a 1982 Coupe DeVille Cadillac, to Red’s Old School, Eppie Martinez and team of Albuquerque, whose 1985 Ranger topped 120 inches on Saturday and 102 inches on Sunday. Prize sponsor was the Abraham Martinez family (Abraham, Juanita and Abe), shown with Red’s team and the Quintanas.

The younger members of Rollin’ Deep Car Club created these unique trophies out of scrap parts for the Pre-hop.

Scotty Gutierrez of Monte Vista was one of the big winners with his ’63 Impala. 

Vicente Martinez’s peddle car took place first place in the special interest category of the Rollin’ Deep Car Show on Sunday.

This 1947 Delivery owned by Dukes Car Club won big at Rollin’ Deep.

Ken Jaquez of Albuquerque, formerly of San Acacio, was a winner with his 1957 Chevy.

One of the Rollin’ Deep big winners was this 1948 Pontiac owned by Johnny Martinez of Chimayo, N.M.

Los Marcardios perform during the Rollin’ Deep Car Show in Alamosa on Sunday.

This 1985 Ranger, left, entered by Red’s Old School hops 102 inches during the Rollin’ Deep Car Show on Sunday. The previous evening it exceeded 120 inches.

Model Samantha poses with Diego Quintana’s 1950 Chevy truck.

Courtesy photos