We loved Bill Garnett's highboy roadster pickup, so much so that we gave him one of our aw
When the Grand National Roadster Show moved to Pomona there were some skeptics. One of the concerns was the venue-at the Fairplex the cars would have to be spread over a number of buildings rather than housed in one, but that has led to one of the unique features of this show: the Drive-In. On Saturday and Sunday the areas between the buildings are filled with street rods, customs, muscle cars, and trucks.
Open to pre-'73 vehicles, participants get entry into the show, a dash plaque, goodie bag, and the best parking on the grounds. Awards are given away each day, including a pair of plaques from Street Rodder.
With great weather, a cool collection of cars, lots of vendors, and good music by live bands, this year's GNRS Drive-In was like going to a rod run and having a car show break out. And there wasn't a skeptic on the grounds.
Chase Bingaman practices proper cruising posture in dad Mark's heavily hammered A pickup w
Another STREET RODDER pick is Jim Cripps '50 Pontiac. There's a Mustang II under the front
A nice pair of resto rod-styled five windows-the '34 on the left belongs to Norm Pertrucci
The Grand National Roadster Show gives you a lot of bang for your buck. Between the buildi
Proving a street rod doesn't have to be complicated to be fun is Steve and Rosie Cushman's
There's no doubt the Drive-In draws an eclectic mix of vehicles. Here's a pair of sixes, i