Champions Arena to Feature 2011 Terrific 12 Award Winners in Scottsdale

In what has become an annual tradition at the Goodguys Southwest Nationals, all 2011 Terrific 12 award winners will be displayed together as a group inside the “Champions Arena” presented by the Street Rod Headquarters at the 14th Southwest Nationals November 18-20 in Scottsdale, Arizona.

The winners will be coming in from all over America, giving fans an up close look at the country’s finest rods, customs, muscle cars and trucks. “It’s become one of the most popular event attractions of the year” said Goodguys VP of Event Operations Harry Daviess. “To have each major national Goodguys award winner parked inside the same arena is a rare and special opportunity not to be missed.”Adding to the uniqueness of the exhibit will be each winner’s custom toolbox from Snap-on. Each winner receives their toolbox in Scottsdale, wrapped with pictures of their ride.

The Champions Arena presented by Street Rod Headquarters will be located on the upper paved paddock at Westworld next to the giant exhibit tent. Don’t miss it! Here’s a look at all 12 winners!


The Goodguys 2011 Mother’s West Coast Custom of the Year – Joe Proski’s ’50 Merc


The Goodguys 2011 March Performance Street Rod d’Elegance – Jeffrey Chandler’s ’33 Ford


The Goodguys 2011 Classic Instruments Street Rod of the Year – Phil & Debbie Becker’s ’32 Ford


The Goodguys 2011 Optima Batteries Street Machine of the Year – Alex Covington’s ’67 Nova


The Goodguys 2011 Flowmaster America’s Most Beautiful Street Rod – Harold Wiley’s ’39 Buick


The Goodguys 2011 Vintage Air Custom Rod of the Year – Bruce & Judy Ricks’ 56 Ford


The Goodguys 2011 Grundy Kustom of the Year – Ken & Jan Wall’s ’36 Ford


The Goodguys 2011 Detroit Speed Muscle Machine of the Year – Gerry Kerna’s ’62 Chevy


The Goodguys 2011 Hemming’s Muscle Machines Muscle Car of the Year – Ted Stephens ’68 Dodge


The Goodguys 2011 LMC Trucks Truck of the Year Late – Travis Noack’s ’56 Ford F-100


The Goodguys 2011 Street Rod HQ Truck of the Year Early – George Poteet’s ’34 Ford

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