A trip down memory lane at Grand National Roadster Show

January 22, 2009

If you’re a car buff with a nostalgic streak for the early days, this is your show. It’s the 60th year of the longest running indoor car show in the world. To commemorate the anniversary of where it all started, at an armory in Oakland, California, GNRS will make time travel possible right here in Pomona.

When the show opens Friday, Jan. 23, Fairplex 9 will look just like those 1950s roadster shows, complete with oil drums lined up to rope off the show cars, ceiling banners announcing the show queen and, of course, vintage cars of that era.

Hundreds of new and old custom-designed roadsters will fill all seven Fairplex exhibit buildings and surrounding grounds. Movie stars, tv actors, rockers, and just plain "roadies" will be here. Don’t miss this.

Friday, Jan. 23 – Sunday, Jan. 25 

Friday noon – 9 p.m.
Saturday 10am – 9 p.m.
Sunday 10am – 7 p.m.

General Admission: $20
Seniors (62+) $18
Children (6-12) $10
5 & under free

One Comment

  1. Had no idea grand national roadster was this cool! There were some really cool cars. Thanks

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