Grab Much-Needed Parts and Prizes in Arizona this Weekend before Winter Hits!

Goodguys wraps up their 40th anniversary event in sunny Scottsdale, Arizona, November 17-19, with the 26th Speedway Motors Southwest Nationals and there has never been a better place to scope the latest hot rod parts, scrounge for used pieces or find a new project to get started building!

In fact, between all the top manufacturers on display combined with the massive swap meet full of rust-free vintage tin and parts and the Cars-4-Sale Corral, you could probably build a complete hot rod over the weekend! The sprawling show area and giant tent of Westworld of Scottsdale is just packed with vendors, classic cars and trucks, with the swap meet filling the perimeter of the field!

Everyone that registers a vehicle has an opportunity to win amazing prizes simply by checking in at the Choice Product Giveaway booth each day. The friendly volunteer Rodders Reps draw tickets for awesome prizes from over 30 hot rod companies and post winners at 10am, noon and 2pm on Friday and Saturday followed by 10am and 1pm on Sunday. Aldan American and Leeds Brakes both over 50% certificates while Borgeson and Lokar provide $250 certificates just to give you an idea of what’s available!

Goodguys Rodders Reps

Not only are the parts and cars available at the Southwest Nationals second to none, but this is also the only event that showcases all the Goodguys Top 12 of the Year award-winning vehicles topped with a season finale on the autocross track with the Duel in the Desert and CPP King of the Desert! It’s a weekend you don’t want to miss.

To view the full list of vendors that will be attending the Goodguys 26th Speedway Motors Southwest Nationals CLICK HERE.


Todd Ryden is first and foremost a car guy and admits to how lucky he is to have been able to build a career out of a hobby that he enjoys so much. He’s owned muscle cars and classics, raced a bit and has cruised across the country. With over 25 years in the industry from the manufacturing and marketing side to writing books and articles, he just gets it.