While the high-end, million-dollar roadsters get a lot of attention, there is a lot more going on at the Grand National Roadster Show than just those 14 cars.
The great Chip Foose is being honored as "Builder of the Decade" and he brought ten of his iconic creations to the show.
Oregon artist Randy Grubb brought his latest wheeled wonder, a bus with a VW bus on top.
West Coast Customs brought a station wagon unlike anything you ever saw in the '70s.
And there's an entire hall dedicated to Model As. In all there are 585 cars inside the halls and on Saturday and Sunday there will be another 1000 outside. The weather's going to be nice and you can get discounted tickets at O'Reilly Auto Parts. So pack up your kustom and head to Pomona. See you there.
“More Cars of the Grand National Roadster Show in Pomona.” Autoweek, autoweek.com/article/car-life/more-cars-grand-national-roadster-show-pomona.
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