The 71st Grand National Roadster Show took place on January 24-27 in Pomona, Ca. Seven Pomona Fairplex buildings were filled with hot rods, muscle cars, low riders, classic trucks, motorcycles, vendors, and other special displays.
Harold’s Hot Rod Shop from Enid, Oklahoma is becoming a well known name at the national event.
When most people think about award winning hot rods they usually think about car builders from California they’ve seen on TV.
Reality TV shows now document the process of turning old rusty pieces of metal into a restored classic automobiles.
What many people may not know is that Harold Clay, owner of Harold’s Hot Rods, and his crew have brought home trophies from shows in 2019 and 2020.
Clay owns one of those local companies that we rarely hear about. They are making waves on a national stage but don’t make the spotlight locally.
Harold’s Hot Rods have been featured in many of the top magazines and on several national hot rod TV shows.
Clay’s 1957 Chevy build was documented in Hot Rod Magazine in 2017. Another article was written in 2017 in Street Muscle Magazine about a 1936 Ford Cabriolet restoration.