Since its inception in 1978, the New Products area of the NSRA Nationals has showcased 4,797 new items, and this year's winners were judged by over 100 people from within the street rod industry. For 2013, there were 36 companies debuting 151 new items, and they were categorized into three retail price divisions: Best New Product Up to $200; $200 to $1,000; and $1,000 and Up. Another coveted prize for manufacturers from the event is the Best New Safety Award, and this year one product won both its price category and Best New Safety Award.


United Pacific Industries
(866) 327-5288
uapac.com

Winner: Best Safety & Best New Product Under $200 category

In past years United Pacific Industries has won this category before, and they did it again with their 1970-72 Chevy/GMC truck mirrors with integral LED turn signal arrows. The arrows are seen only when activated, with left and right versions sold separately. Priced at $49.99.


Alumicraft Street Rod Grilles
(814) 742-7405
alumicraft.com

Alumicraft Street Rod Grilles has been around for 25 years and built up an impressive lineup of grilles for most any street rod, and now they've included a sturdy, precision-machined grille for owners of the 1935 Chevy Master. Priced at $1,395.


Eight Stack
(330) 797-9291
eightstack.com

Winner: Best New Product $1,000 and Up

Built in the United States for use with Ford's Coyote engine, this Eight Stack injection system combines the vintage look of a Weber 48IDA with modern EFI technology. The units use 48mm throttle bodies and 46-pound fuel injectors and, to enhance their impact, the units can be powdercoated or polished. Priced at $4,600.


Classic Instruments
(800) 575-0461
classicinstruments.com

Winner: Best New Product $200-$1,000

Classic Instruments' Esquire series of gauges will give the look of elegance to your ride with custom-machined aluminum bezels, glass lenses, laser-etched numerals on an acrylic ring, and bright white LED lighting. Priced at $815 and up.


Tanks, Inc.
(877) 596-3842
tanksinc.com

Tanks Incorporated has addressed the Tri-Five crowd with their fuel tank that is fuel-injection ready. When used with Tanks' GPA series fuel pumps, this tank will support up to 1,000 hp. Looking like an OE part, this tank has EFI-style internal baffling and is made of coated galvanized steel. Priced at $210.