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Come see Hot Rods & Custom Stuff at the Grand National Roadster Show



Hot Rods & Custom Stuff will have a major presence at the Grand National Roadster Show. We’ll have a large display area in Building 4, which is the building where the America’s Most Beautiful Roadster contenders are on display. In our display area will be a number of vehicles including muscle cars, a Rodder’s Journal feature truck, and a new hot rod that’s going to be a significant addition to the Hot Rods & Custom Stuff resume. We’ll be displaying some new items from Deuce Steel, and we’ll have new design t-shirts available for you at the best price in the show. We’ll have all of the latest news on the rebuilding of Tom Medley’s 1940 Ford coupe, which we’ve been honored to play a major part in.

Thinking about a new addition to your stable, or upgrading your present ride? This is a great time to talk to us about your ideas. As you walk down the aisles of the show, you’ll probably get ideas and we’ll be there to discuss them and whether they’d be right in your specific circumstances.

This year’s show includes the ever popular Suede Palace (including a pinup contest, live music and unique custom-made trophies for the lucky cars); a Pinstriper’s exhibit and charity auction; the contenders for the nine-foot tall America’s Most Beautiful Roadster (AMBR) trophy; contenders for the America’s Most Beautiful Motorcycle trophy; hundreds of customs, hot rods, competition cars, motorcycles all competing for their “Best in Class” trophies; and, TV and movie cars and stars. A special treat this year will be an entire exhibit in Building 9 dedicated to celebrating the 80th anniversary of the 1932 Ford, entitled “Driven Deuces.”

We’d like to recommend that if you plan on attending the show on either Saturday or Sunday, and you’ve got a hot rod, restoration, muscle car or custom, that you join in the action by registering for the Grand Daddy Drive-in show. Entering in this segment of the show is a unique experience, and also gets you “inside” without having the ultimate show car. If your paint is scratched, that’s OK. See the Grand Daddy Drive-in Show entry information at their website (www.rodshows.com), but be aware that registration for it closes on January 13th, so don’t hesitate. You won’t be sorry.

The Grand National Roadster Show is one of the most renowned hot rod, motorcycle and custom car shows in the world and we’re proud to be a part of it. Come join us for a fantastic experience. There’ll be plenty to see, do, and talk about. We hope to see you there.