The Alameda County fairgrounds filled with hundreds of rods and customs for the first day of the 29th Goodguys West Coast Nationals. This year’s event brought cars from across the country to Pleasanton, California, for a weekend showcase of some of the West’s best vintage tin.

Cooperative weather provided the perfect conditions for a walk around the fairgrounds to check out the diverse mix of rods and customs.

1934 Ford cabriolet, Ray and June Forbes, Reno, Nevada, and 1928 Ford roadster, Keith Christopherson, Santa Rosa, California

1934 Ford cabriolet, Ray and June Forbes, Reno, Nevada, and 1928 Ford roadster, Keith Christopherson, Santa Rosa, California

1933 Ford Pickup, Mario Ferreira, Rodeo, California

1933 Ford Pickup, Mario Ferreira, Rodeo, California

1954 Oldsmobile 98 Holiday, Tony and Paula Cuevas, San Jose, California

1954 Oldsmobile 98 Holiday, Tony and Paula Cuevas, San Jose, California

1947 Ford convertible, Brad and Tamera Miller, Cedar Flat, Oregon

1947 Ford convertible, Brad and Tamera Miller, Cedar Flat, Oregon

1926 Ford T coupe, Rich and Yvonne Arnott, Napa, California

1926 Ford T coupe, Rich and Yvonne Arnott, Napa, California

1933 Ford coupe, Jim Holmes, Mountain View, California

1933 Ford coupe, Jim Holmes, Mountain View, California

1952 Chevy coupe, Chuck Spratling, Windsor, California

1952 Chevy coupe, Chuck Spratling, Windsor, California

1936 Ford sedan delivery, Don Henderson, Meadow Vista, California

1936 Ford sedan delivery, Don Henderson, Meadow Vista, California

We’ll be back in Pleasanton tomorrow for another action-packed day at the West Coast Nationals. Stop by our booth in the Young California building to say hi and pick up the new TRJ #67 along with other great merchandise. Also, we’re raffling off a pair of Vintage Catalog Box Sets and a giant TRJ cover banner throughout the weekend. We hope to see you there!