Goodguys Rod and Custom Association has revealed the six regional winners for its Top 12 award 2023, the event organizers announced.
The winning cars and trucks were selected from a group of finalists that were chosen at different Goodguys events throughout the year, the organization said.
Fuel Curve Custom of the Year
1949 Buick Sedanette – Owned by Cody and Erin Walls and built by owner and Traditional Metalcraft
Scott’s Hotrods ‘n Customs Truck of the Year Early
1940 Ford – Owned by Greg Tidwell and built by South City Rod and Custom
Snap-on Muscle Car of the Year
1971 Plymouth ‘Cuda Convertible – Owned by Bob Leenstra and restored by Walter Deck
Vintage Air Custom Rod of the Year
1960 Buick Invicta – Owned by George Eliacostas and built by Cal Auto Creations
Dakota Digital Truck of the Year Late
1967 Chevrolet C10 – Owned by Rod Parsons and built by Fiber Forged Composites and Zrodz and Customs
Griot’s Garage Muscle Machine of the Year
1967 Chevelle – Owned by John Spanos and built by BBT Fabrications
The six winners will be on display with the other five category winners of Goodguys 2023 Top 12 awards during the upcoming 26th Speedway Motors Southwest Nationals held in Scottsdale, Arizona, scheduled for Nov. 17-19, Goodguys said. The final Top 12 winner will be crowned at the Southwest Nationals event on the AutoCross track – the CPP King of the Desert.
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