The 61st annual Grand National Roadster Show took place at the Pomona Fairplex this past weekend, playing host to some of the world's premier hot rods and customs. After our inaugural attendance last year, we made sure to attend again for 2010 and spent an afternoon walking through the various buildings of the world's longest running indoor car show. Among this year's highlights included an exhibit featuring the "History of the Race Car" and a hall dedicated to cars featured on the covers of Rod & Custom and Street Rodder.
The main attraction of the show, however, is when the coveted "America's Most Beautiful Roadster" award is given out to one of the nominated hot rods. This year, a '33 Ford roadster owned by Mike and Dianna Dingman and built by Scott's Hot Rods and Customs in Oxnard, CA took home top honors. You can check out this year's AMBR and the rest of the best (and worst) of the 2010 Grand National Roadster Show in our high-res gallery below.
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