Congrats to @carnock_creations for building this beautiful 1955 Chevrolet. Riding on an AME GT Sport Tri5 chassis it won a coveted BuilderΓÇÖs Choice award at the Des Moines Goodguys show this past weekend.
This beautiful 1967 Pro-Touring Camaro won the Forgeline Award at the 22nd Goodguys Speedway Motors Southwest Nationals.┬á The car rides on an Art Morrison Chassis and is powered by a 602HP LS7, with Strange Engineering coilovers, Wilwood disk brakes and a lot more.┬á Check out the great write and build album at forgeline.com.
Congratulations to Scott and Sherie Cooper on winning the Goodguys Rod & Custom Late Truck of the Year Award. This incredible 1970 ElCamino was built by @hscustomslogan and is riding on an AME GT Sport A body chassis and is powered by an injected 572 Big Block Chevy. This is honestly one of the most detailed ElCaminos that we have ever seen.
Marv Shetler keeps very busy as the owner of Portland Oregon based Blazer Industries. In the spring of 2017 his classic 1962 Corvette underwent a big transformation, starting with an Art Morrison GT Sport chassis with a triangulated 4-bar, then components from Wilwood, Strange and more.
Special thanks to Joe Bowers, Bowers Race & Rod Shop in Aumsville, who did all the work involved in installing the new frame and related. The updated Vette made it’s show debut at the Goodguys NW event in Puyallup WA in July.
The 2017 Goodguys Pacific Northwest Nationals Builders Choice Award Winners (Chosen by Art & Craig Morrison) include a couple of Nomads, 1932-1951 Fords, Chevrolets and a wonderful Nash. Finally a 1966 Lincoln caught our eye. Check out lots of cool images, and congrats to the winners!