A few months back we visited the 22nd Lone Star Nationals car show event at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas. Keeping up with the trend from previous years, the turnout was saturated with a vast variety of smile-evoking classic builds capable of suiting anyone’s taste. Chevy enthusiasts, in particular, were out in full attendance to show their appreciation for their beloved classics
Over 2,500 classics, custom builds, hot rods, and muscle cars occupied the grounds of the Texas Motor Speedway during the three-day event, and everywhere you turned there was something to admire.
A’ 68 Camaro with a bold two-tone paint scheme and badge-less grille.
This intimidating ‘69 Camaro SS was buttoned up perfectly, and screamed, “I’ll race you!”
A candy red ‘57 Bel Air that enticed heavy heart throbbing.
1951 chevy 2 door
This 1940 Chevy sedan gave a calm and collected demeanor until you noticed what was camouflaged under the hood.
It was evident that the rear wheels on this ‘63 Chevy Nova served a purpose.
It was easy to fall in love with this ‘56 Chevy Pickup at first sight, but feelings grew stronger after laying eyes on the supercharger sitting prominently on top of the motor.
A ‘51 Chevy 3100 you do not want to mess with!
The interior color of this ‘36 Chevy played its part well against the purple and chrome.
1968 Chevy Camaro
This ’69 Camaro Rally Sport was more than willing to show its capabilities on the autocross track.
The body lines of the ‘56 Chevy C10 are quite a statement making characteristic.
This 1954 Chevy Sedan Delivery was flawless with a splash of complimenting color in its engine bay.
1955 chevy belair
GoodGuys, as always, provided a great event at a well-appreciated venue where enthusiasts could express their passion and appreciation for others’ commitments in an overly welcomed atmosphere.
Haven’t made your way to a GoodGuys event yet? Well, you should consider making a point to plan your attendance for the next show! The event welcomes attendants of all ages, and even gives discounts to active or retired military personal with proof of ID. With everything that takes place during this glorified weekend, there’s something for everyone to enjoy and a lot of new friends to be made.