The Goodguys Rod & Custom Association will take its show on the road to Fort Worth, Texas, this month. For three days, Goodguys will invade the Texas Motor Speedway with a host of attraction for local enthusiasts and thousands of muscle cars.
The show expects more than 2,500 cars ranging from 1987 and older hot rods, customs, trucks and classic muscle cars. Surely, there will be something for any classic-car fan to enjoy. The Texas Motor Speedway plans for the entire infield to be filled to capacity. But, Goodguys isn’t just a car show. Here’s a rundown of all the events and attractions planned for the three-day-long event:
- Over 2,500 rods, customs, classics, muscle cars and trucks through 1987
- Spectre Performance All-American Sunday welcoming American-made or powered vehicles of all years
- Cruise the Texas Motor Speedway track in your vehicle
- Team Texas NASCAR Stock Car Rides (additional fee required)
- FMX Motorcycle Stunt Team exhibitions
- Burn out competition
- Goodguys AutoCross – Featuring 16-car “Big Hoss Shootout” presented by Summit Racing
- Nitro Thunderfest Dragster Exhibition presented by FuelCurve.com
- Vendor and manufacturer exhibits
- Goodgals Gallery
- Swap meet
- Cars 4 Sale Corral
- Live music entertainment
- Model and pedal car show
- Kids Zone – Free Arts and crafts, games, prizes
- Complimentary guest shuttles provided from spectator parking
In addition to the long list of events going on, the U.S. Postal Service has chosen Goodguys to launch its collection of 50th Anniversary Hot Wheels stamps. There will be five Hot Wheels cars on display as part of the launch and attendees can purchase the collectible stamps at a booth on Saturday.
For those who haven’t heard of Goodguys, the association has become one of the largest groups in the country with over 70,000 members worldwide. The group travels to put on 20 events each year around the country and plays host to 100,000 people at three-day-long events. The Texas show opens September 28 and runs through September 30.