West Coast Custom of the Year Up for Grabs in Pleasanton

Some of the country’s sleekest and most stylish custom cars will be on display inside the main exhibit building at the Goodguys 28th All American Get-Together, March 27 & 28 at the Pleasanton Fairgrounds! Why so many killer customs? They’re all gunning for the 2010 West Coast Custom of the Year award! The winner will receive $1,000, a special billet aluminum award for the mantle, a full color feature in the Goodguys Gazette and yearbook not to mention national bragging rights.

The customs-only building is unique for Goodguys and is the one time each year that the popular custom cars get to occupy center stage. Stylist’s who will display their customs at All American Get-Together include James Hetfield (1936 Auburn), John D’Agostino (1959 Cadillac), Richard Zocci (1968 Dodge), Norm Ricardo (1959 Ford Ranch Wagon), Dave Pharr (1954 Buick), Marcos Garcia (1949 Mercury), Jim “Bones” Noteboom (1937 Packard), Greg Hughes (1949 Plymouth), Butch Tucker (1951 Ford Convertible), Bob & Nancy Smith (1955 Chevy), Mike Gray & Val Tompkins (1959 Lincoln) Elias Nunez (1967 Lincoln Continental & 1958 Buick Special), Lionel Duran (1960 Buick) and many others!

James Hetfield's '36 Auburn

The Goodguys 2010 West Coast Custom of the Year award will be awarded to a Custom car 1936 through 1972 vintage. Only cars entered in the indoor portion of the All American Get-Together are eligible. The award is designed to honor an exceptional custom car and is open to all styles and genres of customs (from traditional to modern). The top five finalists will be displayed outdoors on the fairgrounds lawn (concourse style) Sunday, March 28th before the overall winner is announced during Sunday afternoon’s awards ceremony. The awards ceremony will start at 3:00pm.

Rick Dore's '50 Cad

If you have a killer custom car and would like to be included in the custom display indoors in Pleasanton, shoot an e-mail and a couple of photos to harryd@good-guys.com

Mike Gray's '59 Lincoln


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