Chevy at GoodGuys Show
GoodGuys managed to outdo themselves yet again this year with their 22nd Lone Star Nationals car show event at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas. Keeping up with trends from previous installments, attendees congregating at the Texas Motor Speedway, bringing an overwhelming amount of beautiful classics that were capable of drenching anyone in envy. Chevy enthusiasts, in particular, made sure to bring their best for this year’s show.
Over 2,500 classics, customs, hot rods, and muscle cars saturated Texas Motor Speedway with bright colors and chrome making it a far-from-dull three-day event. Luckily, for those who couldn’t attend, we've got some awesome coverage of the show.
Check out what GoodGuys and this year’s Lone Star Nationals car show had to offer.
This ‘69 Camaro Rally Sport caught the eyes of a lot of show-goers, particularly the interior.
Pure perfection! This ‘37 Chevy Coupe was nothing short of incredible.
In-your-face elegance that isn’t afraid hit the pavement with power. This 1966 Chevelle was a total package.
GoodGuy is a great place for prospective buyers who are looking for well kept classics, like this stunning 1955 Chevy Bel Air.
A ‘61 Impala didn’t have any trouble sporting a color-matched engine bay.
It was hard not to stare at the individual throttle bodies and brawny Reher Morrison motor sticking out of the bay of this 1967 Chevy Nova.
1956 Chevy Apache
1955 Chevy Sedan Delivery
The owner of this ‘51 Chevy was a firm believer that “beauty is only skin deep.”
1951 chevy 2 door
The beloved ’69 Chevy C10, when presented like this, can cause someone to have weak knees regardless if they’re partial to low riders or hot rods.
A masterpiece of a 1969 Camaro SS.
A ‘49 Chevy 3100 that screams vintage. It’s safe to say nothing was overlooked, and no corners were cut.
GoodGuys, yet again, provided a great event at a well-appreciated venue where enthusiasts could express their passion and appreciation with other like-minded enthusiastes in an overly welcomed atmosphere.
If you haven’t made your way to a GoodGuys car show, you may want to make a point to plan for the next available event. The show welcomes attendants of all ages, and gives discounts to active or retired military personal with their issues ID. With the amount of activities GoodGuys provides at their shows, there’s surely enough to keep everyone on their feet.There are new friends to be made, new inspiration to gather, and one heck of a time to be had, which makes this a glorified weekend for anyone who attends.