This Saturday, August 20th, the Brookville Roadster headquarters in Brookville, Ohio, will be filled with hot rods and custom cars for the seventh annual open house and car show. As an added bonus, famed automotive designer Chip Foose will be in attendance. Brookville has long been known for their high-quality reproduction early Ford bodies, panels and frames, and this event allows enthusiasts from across the country to come see where they’re made.
The show is open to hot rods, customs and street machines of all kinds and runs from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. There will be concessions, door prizes (featuring TRJ merchandise) and individual awards for the top 20 cars as well as the best steel ’28-’32 Ford. Admission is free for spectators and $20 for participants. All proceeds will go to the Ray Gollahon Memorial Scholarship Fund, which was named after Brookville’s late founder.
Several years ago, we made the trip to Brookville in our TRJ Roadster to watch some ’32 Ford bodies being produced. We’ve included a few photos below. For the full story, check out TRJ #41.