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62nd Grand National Roadster Show
 Pomona, CA
Jan. 28-30,’11
Photographs by Jack Lawford
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Jack, Maryann & Jack Jr.

There is always so much going on at this show.  We look forward to it every year. We had a lot of great friends stop by our booth this year and that is always a fun time.


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Good friend and VERY talented custom builder Keith Dean ... we’re always happy to see Keith and check out his latest creation at GNRS. This year he had a great Studebaker truck on display

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Keith’s 1949 Studebaker Truck

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Outside the Fairplex the weather was beautiful...in the 70’s for all the cars that drove in for the Drive-in Show

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The Pinstripers Reunion is one of the Highlights of the Grand National Roadster Show

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 The pinstripers auction off  their art work for charitable causes.  It is called the  Pinstripers Circus and Von Hot rod is the voice of the Pinstripers.

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The Charities this year were  The Gwendolyn Strong Foundation and the Progeria Research Foundation

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Herb Martinez pinstriper extraordinaire

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Chip Foose lost a family member to Progeria

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These items are usually auctioned off for a lot less than they are worth

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Russ and Lora Freund, from Post Falls, Idaho, are the owners and builders of this 1923 Ford Roadster AMBR Contender

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This AMBR Contender, 1933 Ford Roadster,  is owned By Philip Ray. This car was originally purchased off of Hotrodhotline and redone by the owner.

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This Beautiful 1932 Roadster AMBR Contender is owned by Dick Bennett

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Another Contender, This 1936 Auburn is owned by Gary and Janice Williams.

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It’s painted in a special BASF Glasurit color by Richard Lindgren...BASF advertises with us.  Check out their Website www.basfrefinish.com

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This 1933 Ford Roadster is owned By Jeff Chandler of Portland, Oregon and was Built By Steve ‘s Auto Restorations in Portland.  Check out their website www.stevesautorestorations.com

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1932 Ford Roadster owned by Daniel Deshon.  AMBR Contender

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1929 Ford owned by Nick Kallos..AMBR Contender

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1932 Ford owned By Dan Moisio of Lake Havasu City, Az

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1918 Dodge Roadster owned By Richard Seals of Hermosa Beach, CA

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Only pickup in the Competition a 1932 Ford owned by Jack Hagemann Jr.

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1932 Ford Roadster owned by Joe Mitchell

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The “America’s Most Beautiful Roadster” winner ‘34 Ford by Squeeg’s Kustom owned By Daryl Wolfswinkel

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Builder Doug Jerger with Jack Lawford.

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The owner, Daryl Wolfswinkel, was not present for the win...You can imagine the surprise when Doug called him to tell him he won. We heard later that Daryl bought drinks for everyone that night.

 

 

 

 

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