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GoodGuys Pleasanton August Most Beautiful Street Rod

Harold & Tracy Chapman's 1933 Ford Roadster built

Finalist for Truck of the Year

Paul Bonderson's 1939 Ford Pickup

GoodGuys Columbus Street Rod and Street Machine of the Year

Ron Cizek's 1940 Ford Street Rod of the Year built by Andy Leach

George Poteet's 1969 Ford Torino built by Rad Rides by Troy

Harold Chapman's 1933 Ford Roadster painted by Charley Hutton

Kenneth Delcour's 1934 Ford built by Classic Recreations

 

GoodGuys Nashville 2013 Bobby Alloway's Builder Choice Award

 

Alan Beers of Owasso, OK's 1957 Chevy Truck built by Hot Rod Garage, Oklahoma

 

Doyle & Karen Thomas of Longview, TX's 1964 Ford Fairlane 

Jimmy Shaw of Forest, MS's 1967 Nova built by Greening Automotive Company

Mark & Ellen Willman of Blue Grass, IA's 1956 Buick built by Rad Rids by Troy

Bobby Alloway Builder's Choice and Custom Rod of the Year Finalist

Fred Morrison of Boston, MA's 1957 Olds Super 88 built by Hudson's Rod & Custom

Street Rod Top 100

Jimmy Porter of Finger, TN's 1933 Chevy

 

Goodguys 2012 Builder Choice Awards- Indianapolis, IN September

Larry Christensen of Arvada, CO's 1932 Ford

Buzzy Dobbins of Scottsburg, IN's 1950 Chevy

Dominick Farbo of Williamsville, NY's 1941 Willys

Joe Lewis of Crestwood, KY's 1956 Chevy

 

Goodguys 2012 Street Rod of the Year - David Walsh built by Bobby Alloway

1932 Ford Vicky

 

Goodguys 2012 Street Machine of the Year - Gary bowers built by The Ringbrothers

1966 Ford Mustang

 

Ridler Winner 2012 - Dwayne Peace, Built by Greening Automotive

2011 Goodguys Street Rod of the Year

 

Ridler Winner 2011 - Bruce Ricks

  

 

 

Goodguys "2010 West Coast Custom of the Year" - James Hetfield's "Slow Burn"

  

         

 


 

GNRS "America's Most Beautiful Roadster" - Mike & Dianne Dingman's '33 Ford "Possessed" 

 

 

 

Classic was the only choice when we decided to produce our own gauge design series. Their intense commitment to quality and innovative designs keep them ahead of everyone else.

- Boyd Coddington

Having seen almost every instrument out there, I would recommend that anyone wanting gauges to complement their own car check Classic Instruments. I chose Classic to give my own street rod the right finishing touch.

- Tom Gale

Instruments are as important to us as any other part of the car and we only use the best quality products available! Classic fits our requirements every time. And, the choice of design options is a bonus for us and our customers.

- Barry Lobeck

No matter what design direction we take on a car, I insist on using Classic Instruments. The hand made retro-fit `40 Ford gauge panel they built for the Poteet `32 five window is the perfect complement to our vision for the car.

- Dave Lane

From our 200 MPH Vintage Air Studebaker to the over 200,000 miles we have put on our old `39 Ford Sedan, the Classic Instruments have stood the test of relentless use and some serious speed.

- Jack Chisenhall

Classic has always been the trend setter for street rod and custom car instruments. We have been a Classic dealer since the `70s and know their passion for style, quality and innovation is equal to our own.

- Ken "Posie" Fenical

Classic did an amazing job retrofitting the instrument cluster for our `50 Woodie project. We chose Classic because of their reputation for quality, accuracy and reliability.

- Rick Love

Classic Instruments offers me the flexibility and creative avenue to add that complimenting custom touch in quality instrumentation to our complex rods and customs. Their products and services are second to none.

- Steve Frisbie