Goodguys Prepares for America’s Favorite Car Show

The event runs March 23-24 in Pleasanton, CA...

Goodguys Rod & Custom Association announces America’s Favorite Car Show will bring custom cars, lowriders, modern muscle machines and more to the Alameda County Fairgrounds in Pleasanton, California, the weekend of March 23-24.

The 40th All American Get-Together is a two-day event that brings together Detroit muscle machines, traditional hot rods, classic trucks, revered customs and lowriders of West Coast cruising culture. More than 3,000 American-made show cars will fill the grounds.

Two buildings will showcase chrome and candy customs and lowriders presented by Deadend Worldwide. The event will also feature an entire hall packed with classic and modern Mustangs celebrating 60 years of the iconic Ford ponycar.

Goodguys Prepares for America's Favorite Car Show | THE SHOP

Once attendees are finsihed choosing a favorite custom or lowrider, they can head over to the Family Fun Zone where kids can enjoy free games and crafts. There will also be an RC car drift course, diecast car racing and a pedal and model car show featuring the Autoworld Take-and-Make giveaway. 

There’s also the Goodgals Gallery packed with unique, local-made arts and crafts along with the Pinstriper’s Brush Bash where you can watch the artists apply their craft.

There is non-stop excitement at the CPP AutoCross as racers try to qualify for a spot in the All-American Shootout. For those craving the scent of nitro with the booming sound of horsepower, check out the vintage exhibition dragsters during the Nitro Thunderfest.

Manufacturer’s Midway is packed with nationally recognized companies such as Armor All, Coker Tire, Snap-on Tools, Total Cost Involved, Classic Performance Products (CPP) and more showcasing their latest parts and accessories. There is also a huge swap meet to find rare or used parts along with a Cars 4-Sale Coral where you can find a new classic to drive home.

Sunday afternoon wraps up with a parade of chrome, glowing paint and rumbling exhaust, including one finalist for the Custom Car of the Year! To learn more, click here.

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