Fast Rides and Good Times at the
Goodguys 27th Autumn Get-Together …
California Thunder came to the Winners Circle at the Goodguys 27th Autumn Get-Together this afternoon. The rumbling of hot rods and customs could be heard throughout Alameda County Fairgrounds as they rolled to the Winners Circle for their trophies. This is the Goodguys Rod & Custom Association’s last California event of the year, running November 12-13, 2016. Click the video window to view award winners:
Later the Nitro Thunderfest Dragster Exhibition drew a huge crowd. It’s loud.
As always the Giant Swap Meet area at the Autumn Get-Together is the place to uncover all those hard-to-find parts. And the Cars 4 Sale Corral had cars of interest for collectors to buy.
Special indoor displays during the Goodguys 27th Autumn Get-Together will include: Building A- Truck Display, Building C- Low Riders hosted by Deadend Magazine, Building Q – D ’Elegance Display hosted by the Blackhawk Museum.
Award winning cars and trucks will be honored in the Winner’s Circle on Sunday. We’ll be on hand to bring you the winners and interviews with their owners. If you can’t make it to the show you ‘ll see all the top cars here on this page. Don’t forget to bookmark it to follow our coverage starting on Saturday, November 12, 2016.
Popular Autocross Competition at Goodguys …
We met Bruce Cambern in the Autocross pits at the Goodguys 27th Autumn Get-Together here today. You won’t believe what he runs on the autocross course. Cambern is the only original owner of a 1966 Shelby 427 Cobra who still has his car. And you want to know what he does with it? Yup! He runs it in the Goodguys Autocross competition — a real deal original Shelby Cobra CSX 3170. You’ve gotta see these photos.
Scott Fraser drives the Cobra for Cambern. Today he turned a 58-second time. He is the current leader in the Pro Class here at the Goodguys 27th Autumn Get-Together. Here is what it looks like to do the course in 58 seconds.