Grand National Roadster Show turns 60
Last weekend, the Grand National Roadster Show celebrated its sixtieth anniversary. In the small town of Pomona, the Californian sun beat down on the roofs of the longest-running indoor car show featuring over 600 vehicles and additional display areas with some of the craziest conversions imaginable. There were the usual competitions celebrating the archetypical American roadster.
The highlight of the event is always the presentation of the award for 'America's Most Beautiful Roadster'. This year's winner was Harry Willett with his 1932 Ford Roadster (see photo above). This completely hand-built hot-rod already scooped a number of awards at last year's ceremony. The most aesthetically pleasing vehicles can be admired in the photo gallery below, including the Dukes of Hazzard 'General Lee' and many, many more star performers from the roadster scene.