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Goodguys Hall of Fame Road Tour: Colorado to Kentucky


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The Goodguys Rod & Custom Association invites classic car owners to join the 1,600-mile Hall of Fame Road Tour that runs September 13-17 from Loveland, Colorado to Bowling Green, Kentucky.

The tour navigates through New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Tennessee with highlighted stops at the Vehicle Vault, Cadillac Ranch, Mark Warrick’s car collection, Bob Owens’ salvage yard and collection, Ted Davis’ car collection and restoration facility, George Poteet’s car collection, and more.

“This is our third time doing the Hall of Fame tour, and this year we wanted to mix up the driving route and location,” said Betsey Bennett, Goodguys’ event and public relations director. “There are lots of well-known stops along the way and a lot of well-known people and cars participating in the tour this year.”

Tour_Wrap_3_Ron_Meis_65_GTO-300x198Notable cars on the tour include a 1949 Cadillac, 1955 Chevy Bel Air, 1965 Mercury Comet, 1927 Ford Roadster, and last year’s Hot Rod of the Year, a 1934 Ford Coupe.

“This tour is a way for us to showcase the amazing cars and show that people do drive them.” Bennett said.

All cars pre-1972 are welcome to participate, although the tour is limited to 50 vehicles. The cost to participate is $1,500 and includes hotel accommodations, admission to car collection tours, shirts, hats, decals, and car show entry to the Goodguys show at the final destination in Bowling Green.

To register for the event, see the Goodguys event page. 

Nicole James
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