The 22nd Goodguys PPG Nationals is in the books and this show is proof positive why Goodguys is one of the largest and oldest Rod and Custom organization in the world. They have the perfect equation; they know how to bring out the best, they take care of their members and they sure know how to put on a great show. There was an incredible roster of vendors, The show also hosted the crowning of the Street Rod and Street Machine of the Year, the celebration of the summer of ’69 and the 50th birthday of the Camaro. Seminars that went on all weekend, and last but not least, the 7,000 or so rides that shone under the Ohio sun.
The PPG Nationals is nirvana for gear heads of all stripes. Rides from coast to coast were representing. Home shop wrenchers to the highest end builders, proudly displayed their work side by side. The full spectrum rolled through the fairgrounds. To say there was something for everyone is putting it mildly. Among the thousands of rides that showed up for the “Big One” there were:
Hot Rods and Rusty Rods.
Classics and Customs.
Muscle Machines galore.
Trucks of all walks.
Goodguys 22nd PPG Nationals is a must see show. It just keeps getting bigger and better.
If you like what you see and really who wouldn’t, check out the hundreds of photos from the PPG Nats. in the Event Coverage Gallery.
We will be publishing a special feature on the “Summer of ’69” Camaro 50th birthday soon. Stay tuned, the history that was represented in one spot was beyond compare.
Head over to the Goodguys site and check out their event schedule, there are still 9 events.
Till the next time – Keep on Kruzin!