The Grand National Roadster Show is one of the most prestigious hotrod shows in America. Its origins date back to 1949, which is why the exhibition is one of the oldest exhibitions in the US.
The culture of building hot-lines is strongly developed in the USA, where the beginnings of vehicle modification date back to 1945. Currently, the builder of hot-rods is divided into two streams: hot rodgers and street rodgers. The first build hot-rods based on old, original parts. Others are modifying their vehicles using new parts.
Ford Model A was produced by the Ford brand from 1927 to 1931. The winner of the AMBR prize was produced in 1931, and its documented life was full of alterations.
Before the car hit the largest exhibition of hot-rods in the US, participated min. in races on a dry lake in the 1960s and 1970s.
The hot-rod created by the American partner Nano Ceramic Protect® does not resemble the Ford A model at first glance. Since 1982, when the vehicle was purchased by the current owner, it had 3 constructions, the latest of which could be admired at the Grand National Roadster Show.
The presented hot-rod not only looks great, but it is also fast. It has a 5 liter small block, which has shown what it can do many times.
The culmination of work on the hotrod was to cover it with Nano Ceramic Protect®, which undoubtedly influenced the excellent presentation of the vehicle in the light of the exhibition headlights. Hot-Rod competed in its class with only 14 other hot-rods. Such a class size is caused by rigorous selection carried out by the organizers and the mere entry of this event can be treated as a success.
For now, it is not known whether the hot rod will remain in its current version or will be rebuilt next year to try to win the prize for the second time. One thing is certain, each successive design created by Hot Rods & Hobbies, Inc. It will be coated with Nano Ceramic Protect® Hard 9H.