|The 2017 winner of the AMBR Award was this 1936 Packard Roadster built by the team at Hollywood Hot Rods.|
The California Car Cover Crew was on hand all weekend talking car care and of course, taking photos of the incredible vehicles on display.
A few more of the competitors for the AMBR Trophy are shown above. A killer roadster pickup from Goolsby Customs and a signature Rick Dore coachbuilt roadster.
|Our friends from Brizio Street Rods always bring some cool hot rods to the Grand National Roadster Show.|
The Suede Palace is home to some of the finest traditional rods and customs at the event. Here are some photos of just a few of them.
|One of the most popular exhibits at the show was the Tr-Five building to celebrate 60 years of the 1957 Chevrolet. If you love the 1955-57 bowties, this was the place to be.|
|Plenty of vintage race cars and dragsters were on display too.|
|Custom paint on a few Chevy lowriders in another building.|
|Our friends at SIC Chops brought our their custom Suburban that was turning heads at SEMA back in November.|
|1940 Chevrolet Deluxe Custom|
|Amazing 1936 Ford 5-Window Roadster from Brandon Penserini|
In building 4 were all the contenders for the AMBR Trophy. The builders all took different approaches to their roadsters and it shows here. All the roadsters were incrediblly detailed and well built.
|Scott Hawley's 1932 Ford Roadster|
|The Fool's Goldster 1927 Dodge Roadster|
|The Hill Country Flyer 1932 Ford by Austin Speed Shop|
|James Hetfield's 1932 Ford Roadster|
Thank you to everyone that stopped by the California Car Cover booth over the weekend. We had a great weekend at the Fairplex and we will see you back there in 2018!