The Grand National Roadster Show has been named one of the 10 best car shows in America by USA Today readers.
The Grand National Roadster Show, in its 69 years, has become known as The Grand Daddy of Them All, according to organizers.
Millions of USA Today readers took part in the annual voting process to select the Grand National Roadster Show as one of the 10 best shows. With nearly 1,000 custom roadsters, hot rods, muscle cars and historic vehicles in attendance, the 2018 show was amongst the largest in the show’s history. In addition to the wide array of vehicles on display, 15 roadsters competed to be crowned America’s Most Beautiful Roadster, which has become one of the most sought-after titles in hot rodding. This year’s winner was a 1931 Ford Roadster owned by Dave Martin and built by Signal Hill, California-based Hot Rods & Hobbies.
“We are honored and excited to have been voted one of the 10 Best Car Shows in America,” said John Buck, the show’s producer. “We have been working with some of the most talented car builders in America to grow and improve the show. We’d like to thank the incredible fans who come out every year to support the Grand National Roadster Show and we look forward to next year’s 70th anniversary.”