The Goodguys Rod and Custom Association wrapped up its 2021 event season this past weekend with its 24th Speedway Motors Southwest Nationals event presented by Barrett-Jackson.
Hosted in sunny Scottsdale, Arizona, at the WestWorld event center, thousands of hot rod enthusiasts came together to see the top street rods, muscle cars, trucks and customs from around the country.
To celebrate its last major event of the year, the Goodguys Meguiar’s Top 12 of the Year winners were on display together for spectators to enjoy:
Custom of the Year
The Ranweiler family’s 1963 Impala Wagon “Impressive” built by Show Cars Automotive.
Street Rod D’Elegance
1932 Ford roadster pickup owned by Gary DeVine and built by Galpin Auto Sports.
Hot Rod of the Year
1932 Ford 3-window coupe owned by John Hornbrook and built by Murray Kustom Rods.
Street Rod of the Year
1941 Chevrolet owned by Wes and Vivian Rydell and built by Rad Rides by Troy.
Street Machine of the Year
1969 Chevrolet Camaro owned by Chad Farischon and built by Mountain Home Street Rods.
America’s Most Beautiful
1968 Camaro “Rhodium” owned by Ryan Gates and built by East Bay Muscle Cars.
AutoCrosser of the Year
Josh Leisinger’s Summit Racing 1964 Chevrolet Corvette.
Custom Rod of the Year
Jason Graham’s 1963 Ford Galaxie built by Jason Graham Hot Rods.
Muscle Car of the Year
1969 Pontiac Firebird owned by Phil Michell.
Muscle Machine of the Year
1971 Camaro Z28 “Infrared” owned by Steve Aguilar.
Truck of the Year (through ’59)
Rod Bryant’s 1950 Ford F1 built by Ron Jones Garage.
Truck of the Year (’60 through ’87)
1971 Ford F100 “El Diablo” owned by Fred Bishop and built by WW Speed 7 Customs.
The Goodguys group opens its 2022 schedule with the 12th LMC Truck Spring Lone Star Nationals on March 11-13 in Fort Worth, Texas. To see the full 2021 Goodguys event schedule, visit the organization’s website.