This weekend at the 30th annual All American Get-Together in Pleasanton, competition will be stiff for the Goodguys 2012 Mother’s West Coast Custom of the Year award. A stellar field of custom cars has been assembled for display inside the spacious Young California Building at the Pleasanton Fairgrounds. All entries in competition for the prestigious award will be exhibited indoors as a group. Over 25 cars are in contention.
The deep field consists of James Hetfield and Rick Dore’s “VooDoo Priest” ’37 Lincoln Zephyr, Doug Beattie’s ’40 Ford, James Eudy’s ’62 Chevy, David Hoekstra’s ’60 Cadillac, Bud Wolfe’s ’60 Edsel roadster, Jimmy Nye’s ’49 Chevy convertible and Anthony DeFreitas’ ‘51 Merc, Jeffrey Hess’s ’65 Chevy and many others.
Award criteria states “This award is designed to honor an exceptional custom car of all styles and genres (from traditional to modern).” All entries for the West Coast Custom of the Year must be 1936-1972 vintage.
The top 5 finalists will be announced Saturday afternoon with the overall winner being crowned during Sunday afternoon’s awards ceremony at the entertainment stage. Who’s it gonna be?
The Goodguys 30th All American Get-Together is open Saturday 3/24 8am to 5pm and Sunday 8am to 4pm. All participants with a car in the show will receive a commemorative 30th annual event poster. The poster will also be given away for FREE to the first 3,000 spectators through the event gates on both Saturday and Sunday. For more event information, click here: