We recently attended the Goodguys 16th Annual PPG Nationals over in Columbus, Ohio this month, and boy was this a huge event. There were so many great hot rods out there and not enough time in the day to admire them all. We spent all day walking around the event and picked the Finest Five that fit Rod & Custom Magazine.
We want to thank everyone for coming out this year. There were a lot of cars out there that fit the description and with so many cars to look at, this was a difficult choice. We think that you guys will agree. You can view the Rod & Custom Finest Five Picks below.
1927 Ford T-Roadster
1953 Cadillac Convertible
1936 Ford Cabriolet
1934 Ford 3-Window Coupe
Big congratulations to David Trent with his 1927 Ford T-Roadster that featuring a track nose with lots of custom louvers. Chris Ryan had a 1953 Cadillac convertible nicknamed, "Root Beer Float" for it's light candy root beer paint. Jim Thompson brought a chopped 1936 Ford Cabriolet complete with a fitted a custom 1940 Packard grille. Tom Doll showed up with a 1934 Ford 3-Window coupe powered by a 310ci Chevy small-block backed by a 700-R4 transmission. Last but not least we had Mark Renko's 1941 Willys that was done at Rickford's Auto Restoration.
For More Coverage Of The Goodguys 16th Annual PPG Nationals:
Goodguys 16th PPG Nationals Friday Coverage
Goodguys 16th PPG Nationals Saturday Coverage
Goodguys 16th PPG Nationals Sunday Coverage