The Grand National Roadster Show celebrated it's 70th anniversary at the Fairplex in Pomona California, on January 25-27. This show first began at the Oakland Exposition Building in 1949, and moved to a few venues before moving to the Fairplex. Roadsters from all over the country compete for the coveted title of "America's Most Beautiful Roadster," and this year, 14 cars were contenders. For a car to be called a "roadster," it has to be a pre-1937 car with no side glass and a removable top. But, the Grand National Roadster Show always has hundreds of custom cars and trucks, low-riders, and muscle cars on display as well. The show is both indoor and outdoor, and there is always a large gathering of pin-stripers displaying their work, which is up for auction for charity. The GNRS is the biggest show in the country, and is well-worth attending, for custom car owners and spectators, alike!