Fairgrounds Hosts Vintage Car Show
The Goodguys 17th Meguiar’s Del Mar Nationals drew over 2,700 vintage show cars and thousands of guests to the Del Mar Fairgrounds this year. The three-day event featured a top-quality collection of cars, an indoor car show, Over the Hill Gang Poker Run, vendors, swap meet, and car sale. Winners included: G3 Rods’ ‘56 Nomad for Custom Rod of the Year; Tony Arme’s ‘32 Ford hot rod pickup for Truck of the Year-Early Honors; Rich Tillema’s ‘61Chevy Blazer for Truck of the Year-Late; Walt and Tina Dias’ ‘68 Plymouth Hemi Roadrunner for Muscle Car of the Year; Timeless Customs’ “Viscous ‘Stang” for Muscle Machine of the Year; and Bruce Wanta’s coach-built Mulholland Speedster for Street Rod d’Elegance. Weekend race winners included: Casey Cronin (‘72 Corvette), Bill Kinsman (‘72 Bronco), Dennis Russell (‘33 Factory Five Ford), and Rick Juno (‘68 Camaro).
The Goodguys Rod & Custom Association brings people and cars together by producing some of the world’s most dynamic automotive events. Learn more at www.good-guys.com.