The 71st Grand National Roadster Show was this weekend and it’s known as the longest-running indoor car show in the world so you know I’m going to share some photos from those buildings.

Now before we get into the rest of the photos I have to show you Al Slonaker Memorial Award winner. This was the first year of the upgraded trophy and the level of the award was now raised up to the same level as the AMBR award.

1936 Willys Model 77 owned by Ron and Vicki Ernsberger

This fantastic Willys was built from scratch by Tin Man’s Garage. It has 498ci V6 with Arias Hemi Heads and Tremec TKO 5-Speed. The cab, bed, fenders are built from scratch and also includes a heavily modified front clip. All of this is mated to a tube frame. It was a true showstopper.

Here are some of the other wonderful sights from the buildings at GNRS.

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