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The 62nd Annual Grand National Roadster Show

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Welcome to the 62nd Annual Grand National Roadster Show.  It is nine giant buildings filled to the brim with more than 500 stunningly beautiful works of automotive art, showing outstanding design, engineering, metal craftsmanship, and colorful custom paint schemes.

Every American auto manufacturer from the 1920’s through the 1970’s is represented on the floors of the buildings for a close-up look and fascination about the build-up process.

Most of the owners of the vehicles on display are on hand to answer the many questions that attendees may have.

The theme of this year’s show is Route 66, the Mother Road, that connected the country by automobile and brought about the growth that made America what it is today.

The show runs from Friday through Sunday, January 28-30th, and ends with the crowning of ‘America’s Most Beautiful Roadster’.  The award is open to all U.S. built roadsters, roadster pickups and touring vehicles 1937 and older, including designer roadsters that resemble 1937 or older roadsters.  The ‘America’s Most Beautiful Roadster’ (AMBR) is a special class with awards for Display, Engineering, Undercarriage, Paint, Engine, Interior and Detail.  The winner has their name applied to the perpetual nine and one-half foot tall trophy, a $10,000 cash package and the title AMBR Award presented by Pirelli.

The winner of this year’s AMBR is Daryl Wolfswinkel’s 1934 Black Ford Roadster.



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