Hundreds of the coolest muscle and classic cars in the U.S.A. will descend on the city of Scottsdale November 18th through the 20th for the Good Guys Rod & Custom Association Southwest Nationals. Westworld of Scottsdale will host the three-day event, which draws thousands of car enthusiasts to town each year. Think you have to be a gearhead to have a great time? Think again. Here are just a few reasons to attend one of the premier Scottsdale attractions.
The Cars: Whether it’s a 1930 Model A Roadster with whitewall tires, a ’32 Ford Coupe showing off a small-block 350 or a low-riding ’51 Chevy, every vehicle at the Southwest Nationals is a rolling piece of art. With divisions for hot rods, classics, trucks and muscle cars, you’ll spend hours gawking at row after row of these automotive masterpieces.
The People: If there’s one thing custom builders love, it’s talking about their car. Have a question about intake manifolds, cylinder heads or that fine leather upholstery? Ask any of the owners and you just may get a personal guided tour of each and every bolt.
The Events: From Thursday’s Hot Rod Cruise and Kickoff Party right through to Sunday’s awards ceremony, there’s always something going on at the Southwest Nationals. The vendors will be out in full force displaying their newest products, while daily raffles give attendees the chance to win great prizes all weekend. There’s even a model-building expo for the kids.
The Location: WestWorld of Scottsdale has been described as the ultimate location for this amazing event. Since many of the vehicles sit on soft grass, guests often find themselves cracking open a cold drink and taking a leisurely barefoot walk among the cars.
Whether you’re a car lover or you simply need an excuse to get outside on a beautiful November day, the Good Guys Rod & Custom Association Southwest Nationals is one of the truly premier Scottsdale attractions – and that means that you’re sure to enjoy the day. Find out for yourself why the Good Guys return to the city of Scottsdale each and every year.