The Goodguys Rod & Custom Association puts on car shows all across this great land of ours, with twelve All American Sunday events scheduled in 2014. In years past, Goodguys shows were only open to vehicles from 1972 and older, but that’s not the case anymore.
“All American Sundays” are a way for 1973-newer show vehicle owners to display their American-made and/or American-powered vehicles throughout the show grounds on Sundays in conjunction with the weekend-long Goodguys events. AAS provides a place for late-model owners to be a part of one of the largest car show gatherings anywhere!
It’s not just a car show; the Goodguys also put on an autocross racing competition along with a host of other automotive-related activities throughout the course of each event.
In 2014, the Goodguys All American Sundays tour starts out with the Spring Nationals in Scottsdale, Arizona on March 9th, then moves to Fort Worth, Texas on March 16th for the Spring Lone Star Nationals. The tour moves westward for one stop off in Del Mar, California for the Meguiar’s Nationals on April 6th before criss-crossing the country yet again to end up in Nashville on May 18th.
On June 8th, Loveland, Colorado becomes the fifth stop on the tour, which then moves to Des Moines, Iowa on July 6th for the Heartland Nationals in the heat of the summer. Next up is Columbus, Ohio on July 13th prior to the tour going all the way back across the country to Puyallup, Washington on July 27th.
The Great Northwest Nationals take place on August 17th in Spokane, Washington, and the Fall Lone Star Nationals head back to Fort Worth on October 5th. Charlotte, North Carolina opens their doors to the Goodguys All American Sunday on October 26th, and the tour finishes off with event number twelve at the same place it started – Scottsdale, Arizona on November 16th.
For more information on Goodguys Rod & Custom Association shows, check out their website.