Pomona, California just finished up another great car show. The 2013 Grand National Road Show ran from Friday Jan 25 to Sunday Jan 27, 2013. This show was once held in Oakland California but has been held at the Pomona Fairplex for the past 10 years. Both the Grand National and the Sacramento Autorama which will be coming up later this month are put on by O;Reilly auto parts.

The Grand National is a fairly large show with 500 vehicles in the Fairplex buildings and usually another 400-800 between the buildings so you can continue to check out cars as you walk between the Fairplex buildings.

This year the Grand National Road Show had a Aloha theme with the featured buildings housing 9 exibits displaying “surf Vehicles”.

Grand National Top Cars

It’s pretty tough to list all the winners of the Grand national so here are some of our favorites.
The 1949-1964 Custom Street Machine went to Mitch Kelly with a 1957 Chevy Bel Air. The custom street Machine for 1965-1979 1 place went to a 1969 Chevy Chevell and the 1 place for the Pro Street Custom went to a 1955 Chevy Hard Top owned by Ron Corradini. !st place for the Early custom for cars 1935 – 1928 was taken by Donald Kirks 1940 Ford Coupe.

Here are a couple of the Pickup highlights. First place for the Radical Pickup category was a 1967 Chevy c-10 owned by Maurie Hoover and the custom pickup category went to a 1060 Ford Ranchero owned by Marvin Landon.

Roadsters are always a favorite and the Competition Roadster category was taken by a 1964 Cobra Dragon Snake by Lynn Park with the Altered Competition Roadster going to Glenn Way and his 1923 Ford Model T.

The Pre-1935 Street Coupe was taken by a 1932 Ford 3 Window Coupe owned by Bill Lackey with the pre-33 Altered Street Coupe going to Doug Taylor and his 1932 Ford 3-Window Coupe.

You can head to the RodShow site here and check out the 2013 Award winners to get the rest of the winners of the 2013 Grand National Roadster Show.