If you were in Southern California Saturday morning there was no better place to be than in Pomona for the Grand National Roadster Show. Building Nine was stuffed with people getting a look at a once-in-a-lifetime assembly of about 60 of the Top 75 Deuces as well as the 10 Deuce pedal cars built by some of the top builders of today.
The Cruise-in was filling up the areas around the buildings with hot rods that were driving in, many of which would look equally at home on a turntable inside. Check back later as we bring more coverage of these drivers.
Bob Dutton did a lot of the...
Bob Dutton did a lot of the work on his '41 Ford including the body mods and custom candy green paint.
Hot Rods by Altered Engineering...
Hot Rods by Altered Engineering brought out Jim Quasts' original tin '29 Ford RPU. A Ford Racing 385hp small-block provides plenty of power.
Chet Miller's all-steel '37...
Chet Miller's all-steel '37 coupe blurs the line between custom and rod.