National Street Rod Association
Stand number: 5-772
Focusing on building a club for future generations
The National Street Rod Association (stand 5-772) always put on a vibrant display at the show, and this year will be no exception. With six top show winning cars from the 2018 event season, the NSRA’s stand will be a celebration of the UK’s Rod and Custom scene.
Visitors will be able to see Garry Marshall’s 1940 Chevy Pick-Up, Mark Holmes’ 1947 Ford Super Deluxe, a 1953 Ford Popular owned by Jim Roberts, a 1932 Ford Roadster owned by Paul Henwood and finally the infamous Model T Ford, ‘Nykilodeon’ owned by Barry Tickle.
As winners of the FBHVC’s ‘Outstanding Club Initiative to encourage the Next Generation’ award 2018, the NSRA is excited to be representing the next generation of Hot Rodders with its sixth and final car. For the first time, junior NSRA member Kodi White, will be exhibiting his ‘Coopers Pick-Up’ Tot Rod. This child size Hot Rod was home built by a father and son team and is often seen driving around at NSRA shows.
See the other brilliant cars the NSRA will have on the stand by reading on HERE.