Another one for the books– GoodGuys were at it yet again this year with their 22nd Lone Star Nationals car show event at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas. Like previous years, attendees flooded the grounds of the Texas Motor Speedway, bringing an overwhelming amount of beautiful classics that were capable of bringing a smile to anyone’s face. Mopar enthusiasts, in particular, made sure to bring their best for this year’s show.
Over 2,500 classics, customs, hot rods, and muscle cars saturated Texas Motor Speedway with bright colors and chrome making it an admirable three-day event. If you couldn’t attend, here's a recap of some of the awesome rides.
Take a look to see what the 22nd Lone Star Nationals car show had to offer!
Who can complain about a gorgeous, minimalistic ‘70 Dodge Challenger?
The contrast and attention to detail throughout this ‘34 Dodge D100 was highly impressive. Some may not be partial to flame graphics, but this scheme was hard not to like.
Mint paint tones, like on this ‘71 Dodge D100, were found on various models at the show, each time being a huge compliment to the overall aesthetics of the vehicle.
The team at H&H Classic Parts was out in full force at GoodGuys 22nd Lone Star car show, with an array of part offerings and sale prices for classic owners to indulge on.
A ‘48 Plymouth Convertible with subtle touches and great contrast.
This ‘72 Dodge Charger was a rare sight to see amongst the other vehicles showing at Good Guys.
A 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner wouldn’t be complete without a coyote.
A force to be reckoned with—this 1969 Dodge Super Bee was a main attraction that stopped everyone in their tracks.
1971 Dodge Challenger
Another rare sight out of everyone that attended was this 1971 Plymouth Cuda sporting a color that set it well apart from the sea of red through the speedway.
Who wouldn’t appreciate being the only person to own this 1955 Royal Lancer?
GoodGuys, yet again, provided a great event at a well-appreciated venue where enthusiasts could express their passion and appreciation with other like-minded enthusiastes in an overly welcomed atmosphere. If you have yet to get the chance to attend a GoodGuys car show, you may want to make a point to plan for the next available event. The show welcomes attendants of all ages, and gives discounts to active or retired military personal with their issues ID. There are new friends to be made, new inspiration to gather, and one heck of a time to be had, which makes this a glorified weekend for anyone who attends.