We’ve got even more galleries of photos from the show, so check them out below along with a link to any of the photos you might have missed already.
(Photos by Charles Wickam) Wickam went out to the Grand National Roadster Show for the first time ever this year and here’s our first gallery of his photos from the show. While this show does feature the America’s Most Beautiful Roadster competition, among others, this show is not just about roadsters. There are cars of many eras and this year one special feature was Street Machines of Yesterday and Today, which featured some of the most iconic Pro Street cars in history. It was epic. We’ve got tons more coming and will be sharing them all. Check out the gallery, and the link to our previous galleries as well.
The Suede Palace is one of the most iconic parts of the Grand National Roadster Show, and for good reason. This place is super bitchin, has rad rides, and there is no billet aluminum to be seen. It’s traditional style hot rods and customs, along with a few rad gassers this year, and it’s the kind of stuff you expect to see at the March Meet, Lonestar Roundup, etc. The cars are sometimes extreme, sometimes simple, but always cool and we love walking that part of the show and we’ve shared a couple galleries from there already. I was there Friday shooting some stuff, and Charles Wickam and Darr Hawthorne will be on site throughout the weekend to capture all the cool that you want to see.
Here’s our next gallery below, and we’ve got lots more coming! Big thanks to Charles Wickam for sharing!