Here Are The Contenders For America’s Most Beautiful Roadster 2019 At The 70th Grand National Roadster Show


Here Are The Contenders For America’s Most Beautiful Roadster 2019 At The 70th Grand National Roadster Show

2019 marks the 70th anniversary of the famed Grand National Roadster Show at the Fairplex in Pomona, home of the NHRA Winternationals and World Finals. Every year, thousands of hot rods, customs, street rods, race cars, muscle cars, street machines, trucks, lowriders, and more, stuff the Fairplex in Pomona to the rafters. But while all those cars are fun to look at, and will make up a big portion of the fun you have on site, everyone is talking about the Contenders for the 2019 America’s Most Beautiful Roadster Trophy. It’s a 10 foot tall behemoth that is one of the most highly coveted trophies in custom car building.

This year there are 14 Contenders for the famed AMBR Trophy and they are all below. Besides the single spotlight photos you’ll see below, there are also lots more in a gallery at the bottom of the page. Just click on any one of those photos and then use the arrows to navigate through the slideshow and check them all out.

CLICK HERE TO SEE ALL OUR PHOTOS FROM THE SHOW

George Poteet’s 3-Penny 1936 Ford, built by Pinkee’s Rod Shop

Andrew Bowen’s 1932 Ford Roadster “Vintage Spirit” built by Kerbo’s Kustom Klassics

1924 Buick Model 24-Six-45 built and owned by Ryan Rivers

Bill Grimsley’s 1932 Ford Roadster built by Howerton & Moal Tulsa Roadster

Tom Sargis’ 1933 Ford Phaeton

Gary Corkell’s 1932 Ford Phantom designed by Chip Foose, built by One Off Rod & Custom

Jim Govro’s 1932 Ford Roadster restored by Rex Rod & Chassis

Chad Adam’s 1932 Ford Roadster “Cool Hand Luke”, built by Adams Hot Rod Shop

Tim Kerrigan’s 1933 Ford Roadster “Timeless” Built by Dominator Street Rods

Clifford Mattis’ 1932 Ford Roadster built by Lucky Seven Customs

John Evans’ 1927 Ford Teed-Up Roadster built by J B Custom Designs

1932 Ford Roadster owned and built by Cory Taulbert

1929 Ford Roadster built and owned by Jim Grant

Ray Enos’ 1930 Ford Roadster

 


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