January 27, 2017 -- Ray Evernham and Candy Clark were on hand at this year’s show greeting attendees and signing autographs. Alongside them was a 1958 Chevy Impala from the movie ‘American Graffiti.’ It was Ray’s shop that restored the Impala, and Candy was the bouffant blonde we saw in the movie, cruising in the iconic Chevy.
The Southern California Woodie Club was out in force at the Grand National Roadster Show. This year, twice the number of Woodies came out to celebrate the Club's 20th Anniversary, and on awards day, the club won for Best Club Display.
A whole building full of Tri-5 Chevys showed up at Grand National Roadster Show (105 in all). To make room next year, they may need to set up outdoors.
The Suede Palace at the Grand National Roadster Show is reserved for street cruising hot rods. These are home-built creations that embody the lifestyle of rebel customizers. Here is a look at some blasts from the past.
Click here for America's Most Beautiful Roadster and other Award Winners.