GoodGuys Nostalgia Nationals Drags/Show, Beech Bend Raceway Bowling Green, KY 2008
When you say GoodGuys you know it will be a Good Time! The inaugural GoodGuys Nostalgia Nationals in Bowling Green were not an exception. We attended, the weather was cool and comfortable and much better than blazing hot. We will be doing a complete detailed photo coverage of the cars and the event over the next few weeks. We will be adding photos and comments as time allows. We will have one page for GoodGuys Dragsters; one for
Here is our Talladega in the Winner’s Circle! Winning an award at GoodGuys is a real honor!
GoodGuys Show Cars; one for GoodGuys Hot Rods; and one for GoodGuys Mighty Muscle.
This page will just give you a good over view of what you will soon see more of on this first ever GoodGuys Nostalgia Natials in Bowling Green.
At GoodGuys you will always see a wide variety of cars.
This is a 55 from our home town and it has one of the best bodies and paint jobs I have ever seen, love this car.
This is a 69 Camaro!
Here is the top side; we will have much more on this one later, you have to see the interior!
Sweet little Buick, this car was also near us in the camp ground and I couldn’t take my eyes off of it.
The owner calls this “Road Rage”!
Old School Cool!
It’s a Woody; see the license plate? It says TERMITE.
Look at the paint on this old Shoe Box.
This a pair…love em.
There were a lot of old dirt track style cars, very cool.
Must be related to the Little Old Lady from Pasadena!
Tired of show cars? Walk over to the drag strip and watch some old school racing!
Smokem if you gotem.
A 58 Impala was always cool to me and this is one of the best.
There were some outstanding stock Muscle Cars at the show. This Nova didn’t make it to the Winner Circle but it should have.
Mercury Marauder, doctor’s hot rod.
We talked to the owner of this car for a long time. He has had the car a “lifetime” and has both good and painful memories of their time together.
This is another pair you will be seeing much more on in the future. I drooled over these for a long time.