The Drive-In
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.

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