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[[File:Jerry-anolik-moon-rocket-thunderbird-gnrs-2020-1.jpg|500px|thumb|[[Jerry Anolik's 1955 Ford]] Thunderbird. Known as [[The Moon Rocket]], the radically restyled Thunderbird was originally built by [[Jerry Anolik|Jerry]] back in the late [[1950s]]. The restored iteration of the car made its debut at the show. The current owner and caretaker [[Joe Hickenbottom]] performed the restoration. Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Jerry-anolik-moon-rocket-thunderbird-gnrs-2020-2.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-75.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Howard Gribble]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-12.jpg|500px|thumb|[[Norm Grabowski's 1922 Ford]] Model T Roadster, the original [[Kookie T]]. Current caretaker and owner [[Ross Myers]] bought the iconic hot rod in May of [[2018]]. After buying it, he commissioned [[Roy Brizio Street Rods]] to restore it back to its late [[1950s]] configuration. The restoration was completed in [[2019]]. Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-1.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-2.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-23.jpg|500px|thumb|[[Martin and Marion Bennett's Uncertain-T Recreation]]. Built in [[Cambridge]], [[New Zealand]], Bennett was inspired to re-create the vehicle after he put together a model car kit of the original Scott show car. Completed in [[2019]], the car made its debut at the [[2019 SEMA Show]] in [[Las Vegas]]. Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-86.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Howard Gribble]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-66.jpg|500px|thumb|Thanks to [[Tim McMann]] and [[Manns Restorations]], [[Jim Seaton's 1955 Chevrolet]] custom look better than ever! [[Barris Kustoms]] originally restyled the car between [[1957]] and [[1958]]. McMann became the caretaker of the old custom in [[2017]]. He had [[Manns Restoration]] stretch it up and restore it, and this weekend he made the haul down from [[Portland]], [[Oregon]], to unveil it at the [[Grand National Roadster Show]]. Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-67.jpg|500px|thumb|[[Tim McMann]] took home a first in the Early Custom [[1955]]-[[1964]] class, and the [[West Coast Kustoms]] Coolest Nostalgia award with the old [[Barris Kustom]] at the show. Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-68.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-92.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Howard Gribble]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-40.jpg|500px|thumb|[[The VooDoo Sahara]]. Restyled by [[Larry Grobe]] at [[VooDoo Larry Kustoms]] in [[Schaumburg]], [[Illinois]], the car is built as a tribute to the [[Barris Kustoms]] restyled [[Golden Sahara]]. Grobe completed [[The VooDoo Sahara]] in [[2016]]. Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-41.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-42.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-87.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Howard Gribble]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-73.jpg|500px|thumb|[[Lee Pratt's 1932 Ford]] 5-Window Coupe. The car made its debut at the show. Photo courtesy of [[Howard Gribble]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-74.jpg|500px|thumb|[[Bob and Pam Cummings' 1955 Ford]] Premier wagon. Restyled and reworked by [[Riley Morris]] and his crew at [[Rocket's Garage]] in [[Sunnyside]], [[Washington]], this longroof Crown Victoria wagon made its debut at the show. Photo courtesy of [[Howard Gribble]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-47.jpg|500px|thumb|[[Mike Bello's 1940 Mercury]] Coupe. Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-48.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-49.jpg|500px|thumb|[[Steve VanMorkhoven's 1939 LaSalle]]. Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-50.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-51.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-58.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-59.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-6.jpg|500px|thumb|[[Dustin Smith's 1926 Ford]] Model T Roadster. Smith's roadster was one of the contenders for the [[2020 America's Most Beautiful Roadster]] award. Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-21.jpg|500px|thumb|[[Walter Sigsbey's 1915 Ford]] Model T Roadster. Known as "Leg Show," Sigsbey's self-built [[T-Bucket]] was one of the contenders for the [[2020 America's Most Beautiful Roadster]] award. Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-13.jpg|500px|thumb|[[John Ivy's 1927 Ford]] Model T Roadster. Built by [[Schraders Speed Shop]], Ivy's T was one of the contenders for the [[2020 America's Most Beautiful Roadster]] award. Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-14.jpg|500px|thumb|[[Gary DeVine's 1932 Ford]] Roadster Pick Up. Built by [[Dave Shuten]] and [[Dennis Lesky]] at [[Galpin Auto Sports]], the DeVine RPU was one of the contenders for the [[2020 America's Most Beautiful Roadster]] award. Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-15.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-16.jpg|500px|thumb|[[Monty Belsham's 1932 Ford]] Roadster. Built by [[Squeeg Kustoms]], the Belsham Roadster won the [[2020 America's Most Beautiful Roadster]] award. Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-83.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Howard Gribble]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-45.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-52.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-53.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-54.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-55.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-56.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-57.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-88.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Howard Gribble]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-84.jpg|500px|thumb|The special themed building at the [[2020]] [[Grand National Roadster Show]] hosted a “Drag Racing Then and Now” exhibit presented by [[Lucas Oil]] and sponsored by [[Cragar Wheel]]. The exhibit showcased drag cars from the early days until the present, Dragsters, Funny Cars, A/FX, Pro Stocks, Fuel Altereds, Pro-Mods, Super Gas, Wheel Standers and JR Dragsters were on display. Many famous drivers were in attendance. Photo courtesy of [[Howard Gribble]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-3.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-18.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-20.jpg|500px|thumb|[[The Bathtub]] was one of the [[show cars]] that [[Galpin Auto Sports]] had on display at their stand. Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-22.jpg|500px|thumb|[[The Redd Fox Lil Red Wrecker]] was another old [[show car]] that [[Galpin Auto Sports]] had on display at their stand. Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-26.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo34.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo35.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo36.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-27.jpg|500px|thumb|[[Steven Schmidt's 1954 Chevrolet]]. Schmidt is a member of the [[Corsairs of Southern California]] car club. Named "[[Travellin' Blues]]," his Chevrolet received the [[Degenerates os Southern California]] Club Pick and the [[Kingsmen of Compton]] Choice Award. The build was completed in [[2019]]. Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-28.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-29.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-85.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Howard Gribble]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-30.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo53.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo54.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo55.jpg|500px|thumb|[[Bill Bergen's 1939 Mercury]] Coupe. Another [[chopped]] [[1939 Mercury|1939]] - [[1940 Mercury]] by [[Kevan Sledge]] at [[Sledge Customs]]. Bergen won the [[Suede Palace 2020 Best Custom]] Award. Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-31.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo56.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo57.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo58.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-24.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-25.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo12.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo13.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo37.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo38.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo39.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo40.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo41.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo42.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo43.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo44.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo45.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo46.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo47.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo48.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo49.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo50.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo51.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo52.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo14.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo15.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo16.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo17.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo18.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo19.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo20.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo21.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo22.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo23.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo24.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo25.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo26.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo27.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo28.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo29.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo30.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo31.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-7.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-90.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Howard Gribble]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-43.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-37.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-65.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-38.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-39.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-78.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Howard Gribble]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-63.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-64.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-46.jpg|500px|thumb|[[Glen McElroy's 1937 Ford]] Roadster. Restyled by [[Rick Dore Kustoms]], the car is also known as "[[After Shock]]." The build was completed in [[2016]]. In [[2017]] it was one of the contenders for the [[2017 America's Most Beautiful Roadster]] award. Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-81.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Howard Gribble]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-44.jpg|500px|thumb|An [[Auburn]] custom that came all the way from [[Sweden]] for the show. Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-5.jpg|500px|thumb|[[George Poteet's 1936 Ford]] Roadster. The winner of the [[2019 America's Most Beautiful Roadster]] Award. The car is also known as the "3 Penny Roadster." Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-4.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-8.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-60.jpg|500px|thumb|[[Dino Napier's 1927 Ford]] Model T Coupe. Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-61.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-62.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-69.jpg|500px|thumb|A [[1963 Chevrolet]] "Impalamino". Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-82.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Howard Gribble]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-70.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-71.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-79.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Howard Gribble]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-80.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Howard Gribble]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-89.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Howard Gribble]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-72.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-77.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Howard Gribble]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-91.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Howard Gribble]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-76.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Howard Gribble]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-19.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-9.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-10.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-17.jpg|500px|thumb|[[Chuck Porter's 1949 Ford]] F-1 Pickup Truck. Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-11.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo32.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo33.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-34.jpg|500px|thumb|[[Charles Jacobsson's 1958 Cadillac]] Eldorado - [[The Concept]]. Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-32.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-35.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo6.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo7.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo8.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo9.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo10.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo11.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-33.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Grand-national-roadster-show-2020-36.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[Charles LaGreca]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo5.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo4.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo3.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo2.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-photo1.jpg|500px|thumb|Photo courtesy of [[ATOMIC Hot Links]].]]
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[[File:Kookie-t-gnrs-2020.jpg|500px|thumb|The restored [[Norm Grabowski's 1922 Ford|Kookie T]] set up and almost ready for the grand opening. Photo courtesy of [https://www.instagram.com/daveshuten/ Dave Shuten].]]
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[[File:Ambr-contender-2020.jpg|500px|thumb|One of the contenders for the [[America's Most Beautiful Roadster]] award. Photo courtesy of [https://www.instagram.com/daveshuten/ Dave Shuten].]]
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[[File:Voodoo-sahara-gnrs-2020.jpg|500px|thumb|[[The VooDoo Sahara]] all set up on Thursday. The car will be on display in building 5 during the weekend. Photo courtesy of [https://www.instagram.com/voodoolarrykustoms/ VooDoo Larry].]]
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[[File:Mike-ness-1954-chevrolet-2020.jpg|500px|thumb|[[Mike Ness' 1954 Chevrolet]] will be shown in building 5 at the [[2020]] [[Grand National Roadster Show]]. Photo courtesy of [[George Tantardini]].]]
 
[[File:Al-slonaker-memorial-award-2019.jpg|500px|thumb|The brand new [[Al Slonaker Memorial Award]] trophy was unveiled at the [[2019 SEMA]] show in the ARP booth. Photo courtesy of [https://www.facebook.com/grandnationalroadstershow The Grand National Roadster Show].]]
 
[[File:Al-slonaker-memorial-award-2019.jpg|500px|thumb|The brand new [[Al Slonaker Memorial Award]] trophy was unveiled at the [[2019 SEMA]] show in the ARP booth. Photo courtesy of [https://www.facebook.com/grandnationalroadstershow The Grand National Roadster Show].]]
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[[File:Steve-vanmorkhoven-1939-lasalle2.jpg|500px|thumb|01.21.[[2020]]. [[Steve VanMorkhoven's 1939 LaSalle]] is almost ready for its big debut. Photo courtesy of [https://www.instagram.com/sycosteve69/ Steve VanMorkhoven].]]
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[[File:Bellos-kustoms-1940-mercury.jpg|500px|thumb|[[Bellos Kustoms]] will have this [[1940 Mercury]] on display at the show. Photo courtesy of [https://www.instagram.com/belloskustoms/ Mike Bello].]]
 
[[File:Gnrs2020-2.jpg|thumb|500px|01.06.[[2020]]. [https://www.instagram.com/nostalgia_ranch/ nostalgia_ranch] is working on a roadster they will have on display at the show. Photo courtesy of [https://www.instagram.com/nostalgia_ranch/ nostalgia_ranch].]]
 
[[File:Gnrs2020-2.jpg|thumb|500px|01.06.[[2020]]. [https://www.instagram.com/nostalgia_ranch/ nostalgia_ranch] is working on a roadster they will have on display at the show. Photo courtesy of [https://www.instagram.com/nostalgia_ranch/ nostalgia_ranch].]]
 
[[File:Gnrs2020-3.jpg|thumb|500px|01.05.[[2020]]. A sneak peek of [[The Gauntt Coupe]] that [[Troy Ladd]] and his crew at [[Hollywood Hot Rods]] will have on display at the show. Photo courtesy of [https://www.instagram.com/hollywood_hot_rods/ Hollywood Hot Rods].]]
 
[[File:Gnrs2020-3.jpg|thumb|500px|01.05.[[2020]]. A sneak peek of [[The Gauntt Coupe]] that [[Troy Ladd]] and his crew at [[Hollywood Hot Rods]] will have on display at the show. Photo courtesy of [https://www.instagram.com/hollywood_hot_rods/ Hollywood Hot Rods].]]
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[[File:Gnrs2020-7.jpg|thumb|500px|12.04.[[2019]]. [https://www.instagram.com/45.acp/ 45.acp] will have his roadster on display at the [[Suede Palace]] during the [[2020]] [[Grand National Roadster Show]]. Photo courtesy of [https://www.instagram.com/45.acp/ 45.acp].]]
 
[[File:Gnrs2020-7.jpg|thumb|500px|12.04.[[2019]]. [https://www.instagram.com/45.acp/ 45.acp] will have his roadster on display at the [[Suede Palace]] during the [[2020]] [[Grand National Roadster Show]]. Photo courtesy of [https://www.instagram.com/45.acp/ 45.acp].]]
  
The 71st annual [[Grand National Roadster Show]] will be held January 24 - 26, [[2020]] at the [[Fairplex]] in [[Pomona]], [[California]].  
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The 71st annual [[Grand National Roadster Show]] was held January 24 - 26, [[2020]] at the [[Fairplex]] in [[Pomona]], [[California]].  
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== The [[2020 America's Most Beautiful Roadster]] Award ==
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[[Monty Belsham's 1932 Ford]] Roadster won the prestigious [[2020 America's Most Beautiful Roadster|America's Most Beautiful Roadster]] award at the [[2020]] show. The car was built by [[Squeeg Kustoms]].
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== Changes announced for the [[Al Slonaker Memorial Award]] ==
 
== Changes announced for the [[Al Slonaker Memorial Award]] ==
According to [[Hot Rod Magazine]], the [[Grand National Roadster Show]] has announced a change in rules for the [[Al Slonaker Memorial Award]] in [[2020]]. All vehicles, with the exception of roadsters, are now eligible to win the award. The winner will also receive a $12,500 cash prize and a custom CNC-machined trophy. Once entered in the running for the [[Al Slonaker Memorial Award]] vehicles will no longer be eligible for judging in other categories.<ref>[https://www.hotrod.com/articles/grand-national-roadster-show-cash-prize-rule-change-2020/ Hot Rod - Grand National Roadster Show Cash Prize and Rule Change in 2020]</ref>
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In [[2019]] the [[Grand National Roadster Show]] has announced a change in rules for the [[Al Slonaker Memorial Award]] in [[2020]]. All vehicles, with the exception of roadsters, were now eligible to win the award. The winner would also receive a $12,500 cash prize and a custom CNC-machined trophy. Once entered in the running for the [[Al Slonaker Memorial Award]] vehicles would no longer be eligible for judging in other categories.<ref>[https://www.hotrod.com/articles/grand-national-roadster-show-cash-prize-rule-change-2020/ Hot Rod - Grand National Roadster Show Cash Prize and Rule Change in 2020]</ref>
  
  
== [[Drag Racing Then and Now]] ))
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== [[Drag Racing Then and Now]] ==
 
The special themed building at the [[2020]] [[Grand National Roadster Show]] will host a “Drag Racing Then and Now” exhibit presented by [[Lucas Oil]] and sponsored by [[Cragar Wheel]]. Showcasing drag cars from the early days until the present, Dragsters, Funny Cars, A/FX, Pro Stocks, Fuel Altereds, Pro-Mods, Super Gas, Wheel Standers and JR Dragsters will be on display. Many famous drivers will be in attendance.<ref name="fb">[https://www.facebook.com/grandnationalroadstershow/ Grand National Roadster Show Facebook Page]</ref>
 
The special themed building at the [[2020]] [[Grand National Roadster Show]] will host a “Drag Racing Then and Now” exhibit presented by [[Lucas Oil]] and sponsored by [[Cragar Wheel]]. Showcasing drag cars from the early days until the present, Dragsters, Funny Cars, A/FX, Pro Stocks, Fuel Altereds, Pro-Mods, Super Gas, Wheel Standers and JR Dragsters will be on display. Many famous drivers will be in attendance.<ref name="fb">[https://www.facebook.com/grandnationalroadstershow/ Grand National Roadster Show Facebook Page]</ref>
  
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== Are you building a traditional hot rod or custom for the 2020 Grand National Roadster Show? ==
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== Cars Attending: ==
We would love to see it. Feel free to mail us at [mailto:mail@kustomama.com mail@kustomama.com] to share it with us.
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[[Norm Grabowski's 1922 Ford]] Model T Roadster - [[Kookie T]]<br>
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[[Jerry Anolik's 1955 Ford]] Thunderbird - [[The Moon Rocket]]<br>
  
  
 
== Photos ==
 
== Photos ==
[[Grand National Roadster Show|Click here to see photos from earlier year's shows]]<br>
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[https://www.flickr.com/photos/atomichotlinks/albums/72157712953748418 Click here to see ATOMIC Hot Links photos from the 2020 Grand National Roadster Show.]<br>
 
 
 
 
== Additional information ==
 
[http://www.rodshows.com/gnrs/ Visit www.rodshows.com for more information about the Grand National Roadster show].
 
  
  
 
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Jerry Anolik's 1955 Ford Thunderbird. Known as The Moon Rocket, the radically restyled Thunderbird was originally built by Jerry back in the late 1950s. The restored iteration of the car made its debut at the show. The current owner and caretaker Joe Hickenbottom performed the restoration. Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Howard Gribble.
Norm Grabowski's 1922 Ford Model T Roadster, the original Kookie T. Current caretaker and owner Ross Myers bought the iconic hot rod in May of 2018. After buying it, he commissioned Roy Brizio Street Rods to restore it back to its late 1950s configuration. The restoration was completed in 2019. Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Martin and Marion Bennett's Uncertain-T Recreation. Built in Cambridge, New Zealand, Bennett was inspired to re-create the vehicle after he put together a model car kit of the original Scott show car. Completed in 2019, the car made its debut at the 2019 SEMA Show in Las Vegas. Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Howard Gribble.
Thanks to Tim McMann and Manns Restorations, Jim Seaton's 1955 Chevrolet custom look better than ever! Barris Kustoms originally restyled the car between 1957 and 1958. McMann became the caretaker of the old custom in 2017. He had Manns Restoration stretch it up and restore it, and this weekend he made the haul down from Portland, Oregon, to unveil it at the Grand National Roadster Show. Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Tim McMann took home a first in the Early Custom 1955-1964 class, and the West Coast Kustoms Coolest Nostalgia award with the old Barris Kustom at the show. Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Howard Gribble.
The VooDoo Sahara. Restyled by Larry Grobe at VooDoo Larry Kustoms in Schaumburg, Illinois, the car is built as a tribute to the Barris Kustoms restyled Golden Sahara. Grobe completed The VooDoo Sahara in 2016. Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Howard Gribble.
Lee Pratt's 1932 Ford 5-Window Coupe. The car made its debut at the show. Photo courtesy of Howard Gribble.
Bob and Pam Cummings' 1955 Ford Premier wagon. Restyled and reworked by Riley Morris and his crew at Rocket's Garage in Sunnyside, Washington, this longroof Crown Victoria wagon made its debut at the show. Photo courtesy of Howard Gribble.
Mike Bello's 1940 Mercury Coupe. Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Dustin Smith's 1926 Ford Model T Roadster. Smith's roadster was one of the contenders for the 2020 America's Most Beautiful Roadster award. Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Walter Sigsbey's 1915 Ford Model T Roadster. Known as "Leg Show," Sigsbey's self-built T-Bucket was one of the contenders for the 2020 America's Most Beautiful Roadster award. Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
John Ivy's 1927 Ford Model T Roadster. Built by Schraders Speed Shop, Ivy's T was one of the contenders for the 2020 America's Most Beautiful Roadster award. Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Gary DeVine's 1932 Ford Roadster Pick Up. Built by Dave Shuten and Dennis Lesky at Galpin Auto Sports, the DeVine RPU was one of the contenders for the 2020 America's Most Beautiful Roadster award. Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Monty Belsham's 1932 Ford Roadster. Built by Squeeg Kustoms, the Belsham Roadster won the 2020 America's Most Beautiful Roadster award. Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Howard Gribble.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Howard Gribble.
The special themed building at the 2020 Grand National Roadster Show hosted a “Drag Racing Then and Now” exhibit presented by Lucas Oil and sponsored by Cragar Wheel. The exhibit showcased drag cars from the early days until the present, Dragsters, Funny Cars, A/FX, Pro Stocks, Fuel Altereds, Pro-Mods, Super Gas, Wheel Standers and JR Dragsters were on display. Many famous drivers were in attendance. Photo courtesy of Howard Gribble.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
The Bathtub was one of the show cars that Galpin Auto Sports had on display at their stand. Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
The Redd Fox Lil Red Wrecker was another old show car that Galpin Auto Sports had on display at their stand. Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of ATOMIC Hot Links.
Photo courtesy of ATOMIC Hot Links.
Photo courtesy of ATOMIC Hot Links.
Steven Schmidt's 1954 Chevrolet. Schmidt is a member of the Corsairs of Southern California car club. Named "Travellin' Blues," his Chevrolet received the Degenerates os Southern California Club Pick and the Kingsmen of Compton Choice Award. The build was completed in 2019. Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Howard Gribble.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of ATOMIC Hot Links.
Photo courtesy of ATOMIC Hot Links.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of ATOMIC Hot Links.
Photo courtesy of ATOMIC Hot Links.
Photo courtesy of ATOMIC Hot Links.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of ATOMIC Hot Links.
Photo courtesy of ATOMIC Hot Links.
Photo courtesy of ATOMIC Hot Links.
Photo courtesy of ATOMIC Hot Links.
Photo courtesy of ATOMIC Hot Links.
Photo courtesy of ATOMIC Hot Links.
Photo courtesy of ATOMIC Hot Links.
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Photo courtesy of ATOMIC Hot Links.
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Photo courtesy of ATOMIC Hot Links.
Photo courtesy of ATOMIC Hot Links.
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Photo courtesy of ATOMIC Hot Links.
Photo courtesy of ATOMIC Hot Links.
Photo courtesy of ATOMIC Hot Links.
Photo courtesy of ATOMIC Hot Links.
Photo courtesy of ATOMIC Hot Links.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Howard Gribble.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Howard Gribble.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Glen McElroy's 1937 Ford Roadster. Restyled by Rick Dore Kustoms, the car is also known as "After Shock." The build was completed in 2016. In 2017 it was one of the contenders for the 2017 America's Most Beautiful Roadster award. Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Howard Gribble.
An Auburn custom that came all the way from Sweden for the show. Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
George Poteet's 1936 Ford Roadster. The winner of the 2019 America's Most Beautiful Roadster Award. The car is also known as the "3 Penny Roadster." Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Dino Napier's 1927 Ford Model T Coupe. Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
A 1963 Chevrolet "Impalamino". Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Howard Gribble.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Howard Gribble.
Photo courtesy of Howard Gribble.
Photo courtesy of Howard Gribble.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Howard Gribble.
Photo courtesy of Howard Gribble.
Photo courtesy of Howard Gribble.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Chuck Porter's 1949 Ford F-1 Pickup Truck. Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of ATOMIC Hot Links.
Photo courtesy of ATOMIC Hot Links.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of ATOMIC Hot Links.
Photo courtesy of ATOMIC Hot Links.
Photo courtesy of ATOMIC Hot Links.
Photo courtesy of ATOMIC Hot Links.
Photo courtesy of ATOMIC Hot Links.
Photo courtesy of ATOMIC Hot Links.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of Charles LaGreca.
Photo courtesy of ATOMIC Hot Links.
Photo courtesy of ATOMIC Hot Links.
Photo courtesy of ATOMIC Hot Links.
Photo courtesy of ATOMIC Hot Links.
Photo courtesy of ATOMIC Hot Links.
The restored Kookie T set up and almost ready for the grand opening. Photo courtesy of Dave Shuten.
One of the contenders for the America's Most Beautiful Roadster award. Photo courtesy of Dave Shuten.
The VooDoo Sahara all set up on Thursday. The car will be on display in building 5 during the weekend. Photo courtesy of VooDoo Larry.
Mike Ness' 1954 Chevrolet will be shown in building 5 at the 2020 Grand National Roadster Show. Photo courtesy of George Tantardini.
The brand new Al Slonaker Memorial Award trophy was unveiled at the 2019 SEMA show in the ARP booth. Photo courtesy of The Grand National Roadster Show.
01.21.2020. Steve VanMorkhoven's 1939 LaSalle is almost ready for its big debut. Photo courtesy of Steve VanMorkhoven.
Bellos Kustoms will have this 1940 Mercury on display at the show. Photo courtesy of Mike Bello.
01.06.2020. nostalgia_ranch is working on a roadster they will have on display at the show. Photo courtesy of nostalgia_ranch.
01.05.2020. A sneak peek of The Gauntt Coupe that Troy Ladd and his crew at Hollywood Hot Rods will have on display at the show. Photo courtesy of Hollywood Hot Rods.
01.02.2020. Steve VanMorkhoven is working on a 1939 LaSalle custom that he will have on display at the show. Photo courtesy of Steve VanMorkhoven.
01.02.2020. Bill Ganahl and his crew at South City Rod & Custom will have The Half Moon Bakery Willys on display at the show. Photo courtesy of Bill Ganahl.
12.11.2019. Shawn Phelps will have his 1960 Oldsmobile on display at the show. Photo courtesy of Shawn Phelps.
12.07.2019. hotrodron_carlsten is working on a coupe they will have on display at the Suede Palace during the 2020 Grand National Roadster Show. Photo courtesy of hotrodron_carlsten.
12.04.2019. 45.acp will have his roadster on display at the Suede Palace during the 2020 Grand National Roadster Show. Photo courtesy of 45.acp.

The 71st annual Grand National Roadster Show was held January 24 - 26, 2020 at the Fairplex in Pomona, California.


The 2020 America's Most Beautiful Roadster Award

Monty Belsham's 1932 Ford Roadster won the prestigious America's Most Beautiful Roadster award at the 2020 show. The car was built by Squeeg Kustoms.


Changes announced for the Al Slonaker Memorial Award

In 2019 the Grand National Roadster Show has announced a change in rules for the Al Slonaker Memorial Award in 2020. All vehicles, with the exception of roadsters, were now eligible to win the award. The winner would also receive a $12,500 cash prize and a custom CNC-machined trophy. Once entered in the running for the Al Slonaker Memorial Award vehicles would no longer be eligible for judging in other categories.[1]


Drag Racing Then and Now

The special themed building at the 2020 Grand National Roadster Show will host a “Drag Racing Then and Now” exhibit presented by Lucas Oil and sponsored by Cragar Wheel. Showcasing drag cars from the early days until the present, Dragsters, Funny Cars, A/FX, Pro Stocks, Fuel Altereds, Pro-Mods, Super Gas, Wheel Standers and JR Dragsters will be on display. Many famous drivers will be in attendance.[2]


Dave Kindig honored as Builder of the Year

Dave Kindig will be honored as "Builder of the Year" at the 2020 Grand National Roadster Show. According to the committee, he will be "honored for his decades of contributions to the industry, his revolutionary designs and his craftsmanship."[2]


Troy Ladd elected into The Grand National Roadster Show Hall of Fame

Troy Ladd is elected as one of the new inductees to the The Grand National Roadster Show Hall of Fame. He will be inducted during the Hall of Fame Dinner held at the Sheraton Fairplex Hotel in Pomona on Friday, January 24, 2020.[3]


Cars Attending:

Norm Grabowski's 1922 Ford Model T Roadster - Kookie T
Jerry Anolik's 1955 Ford Thunderbird - The Moon Rocket


Photos

Click here to see ATOMIC Hot Links photos from the 2020 Grand National Roadster Show.


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