The creativity, ingenuity and passion of the North American hot rodder (Canada is always representin’) knows no bounds. Nowhere are those traits more evident than at a Goodguys show. And dare I say, the Goodguys show that brings the best of Hot Rodder’dom out en mass is the PPG Nationals.
They had good reason to nickname this show “The Big One”. The venue, the awards, the number of like mined gear heads, and of course the number of rides, were all you guessed it, BIG! Put it all together and you have one heck of a good weekend. I’ve said it before, GoodGuys does their homework and they are earning straight A’s. The PPG Nats. just keeps getting bigger and better. There were rides by the thousands. Home shop wrenchers to the highest end builders, proudly displayed their work side by side. The full spectrum rolled through the fairgrounds for the PPG Nationals.
The stunning summer weather and the newly improved fairgrounds kept everyone happy. The intense competition for the coveted Street Machine and Street Rod of the Year awards provided an enviable display of some of the greatest builds out there. It was three days jam packed with all things, Hot Rods, Classics, Customs and Trucks. In other words, Gear Head Nirvana! There you have it, the best of the best, “The Big One” and a hot rodders dream weekend!
“The Big One” hosted heaps of Hot Rods
There were throngs of trucks.
Hoards of horsepower kept the gear heads drooling.
And there was a collection of coupes, customs and classics beyond compare.
Take a look-see at the hot rodding riot that was the Goodguys PPG Nationals.
Head over to the Most Recent Show Gallery and click your way through the “Big One” and it’s big. You won’t be disappointed.
Be sure to hit up the Goodguys site to check out their schedule. They have a full head of steam going and their season isn’t over until November. There’s no reason not to make it to one!
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Till the next time – Keep on Kruzin!