Goodguys Great American Nationals by Grundy Insurance
The 2nd Good Guys Great American Nationals by Grundy Insurance took place at the York Expo Center this past august.
It’s good to see Good Guys have their 2nd show in the northeast in consecutive years, as it had been a few years gap prior to that.
My schedule only allowed me to attend the friday event and the weather was not looking great that day.
But that said, there were still a bunch of great Hot Rods parked and cruising the York Expo fairgrounds. It sounded like the rest of the days had many more cars and a wide variety of them.
One of the beauties there was a 32 Ford roadster named Loosie built by One Off Rod & Customs. http://oneoffhotrod.com
Inside you will find 6 deuce Stromberg carbs that sit on top of the custom paint matched 383 stroker small block Chevy with Olds valve covers, and custom built headers. The unique interior in this roadster features a solid vintage style pearl bamboo flooring as well as an original crystal door knob from a home built in the 1800’s
Pretty cool Chevy truck. After looking a little harder, it might give a hint of what might lurk under the hood with those tasteful air ducts where the lights used to be.
Nothing beats the smell of Nitro in the air! Hearing these machines come to life during the Nitro Thunderfest presented by @SummitRacing never gets old. You could find a little of everything out at the 2nd @grundyinsurance Great American Nationals!
How about some boost in the form of massive Super Chargers.
Gavin Buehler is a contender for the Good Guys – Next Generation Award. Which is open to builders under the age of 25 who have built their car themselves.
The 20 year old’s ‘29 Ford Model A is a great example of the bright potential future of hot rodding.