The three-day PPG-Goodguys event displayed more than 6,200 custom cars and trucks and attracted more than 75,000 auto enthusiasts.
The Chevy was built at Alloway’s Hot Rod Shop, where he uses PPG products exclusively.
Axalta representatives will be on hand to display automotive art created with their global refinish brands Cromax, Standox and Spies Hecker, as well as the Hot Hues line of custom colors.
1969 Chevy Camaro owned by Angelo Vespi of St. Augustine, Fla., and 1951 Chevy woody wagon owned by Terry Henley of Birmingham, Ala., commemorated for outstanding finishes.
1964 Impala Sport Coupe and 1964 Pontiac GTO take awards at 16th annual Goodguys PPG Nationals July 12-14 in Columbus, Ohio.
Celebrity painter will meet visitors at Washington state and Kansas City shows’ PPG Show Truck displays.
PPG honored two outstanding customized vehicles with its PPG Dream Car award at the 14th annual Goodguys PPG Nationals held at the Ohio Expo Center in Columbus, Ohio, July 8-10. The vehicles were a 1962 Plymouth panel truck owned by Barry and Vicky Cawley of Hardy, Va., and a 1957 Ford Thunderbird owned by Ken
The Goodguys Woman of the Year award, presented annually since 1991, recognizes a female industry executive who serves to preserve the integrity and growth of the hot-rodding industry.
A PPG-painted 1962 Corvette got unanimous approval of the judges at the Goodguys PPG Nationals to take the “Street Machine of the Year” award at the 12th annual event held recently in Columbus, Ohio. While the car looks like a Corvette and would be easily identified as one, it retains very few original components. Known
CARSTAR’s Super’Stang, a rebuilt 1967 Mustang touring the country to raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation, will be featured at the Ohio Expo Center on July 11 through 13, joining more than 6,000 hot rods at the 11th Goodguys PPG Nationals. The Goodguys PPG Nationals features hot rods, customs, muscle cars and trucks from 1972