HOT RODS & HOBBIES TO PROVIDE SNEAK PEEK OF ONE-OFF PROJECTS AT THE GRAND NATIONAL ROADSTER SHOW
The Grand National Roadster Show is known for top-quality pearl and candy-colored hot rods and customs, but Scott Bonowski of Hot Rods & Hobbies, a multiple award-winning master paint craftsman, plans to bring his own twist to this year's event, to be held Jan. 27-29 at the Fairplex in Pomona, Calif.
Among the mix of historic hot rods and cutting-edge customs, Bonowski will display such underway projects. The sneak peek will include a 1948 Chrylser Town and Country with a Viper V-10 and custom wood paneling, a 1941 Willys one-off woodie, a customized 1936 Ford three-window coupe and a 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air Sport Coupe undergoing the pro-street treatment.
The unusual display is intended to "show what goes into building a proper custom," according to the company. "Many one-offs hide defects and shoddy craftsmanship under a shiny paint job and can be deceiving. Hot Rods & Hobbies wants you to see their works in progress and the quality of their craftsmanship."
The display can be seen in booth No. 4-321 in building 4 (the main building).