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6th Griot’s Garage North Carolina Nationals Vendor Preview

As 2021 shapes up to be a year of renewal, Goodguys Rod and Custom Association keeps the renaissance going with the 6th Griot’s Garage North Carolina Nationals at the North Carolina State Fairgrounds this weekend April 23-25, 2021.

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Along with the best hot rods, customs, muscle cars and trucks from around the southeast United States, Goodguys will have both indoor and outdoor Vendor displays, as well as a Swap Meet and a Cars 4 Sale Corral for those looking for more “well worn” parts.

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For showgoers in the market for the latest parts and services, this is a great way to suss out the current state-of-the-art in the aftermarket industry. You can look online ‘til the cows come home, but nothing beats seeing the goods in real time. Not only will you be able to peruse the latest and greatest parts from the best in the business, but representatives will also be there to troubleshoot and strategize your project. You can also take advantage of the benefits that some vendors offer with “show specials,” no shipping fees, and instant satisfaction of potentially leaving the event with product in-hand and ready to be installed.

The event is right around the corner, so get down to the North Carolina State Fairgrounds this weekend to check out the show and the arsenal of cool products from around the country.

To register a car or purchase tickets, click here.

*Vendor List and Layout(s) Subject to Change

 

goodguys vendors, 6th griots garage north carolina nationals

goodguys vendors, 6th griots garage north carolina nationals
goodguys vendors, 6th griots garage north carolina nationals

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Dave Cruikshank is a dyed-in-the-wool car guy and an automotive industry veteran, with a decade of journalism experience including editor of Corvette Online and Rod Authority. He has a special affinity for curvy fiberglass, big American sleds, fat-fendered cars, and the culture surrounding the automotive enthusiast community. In his spare time, you can find him tinkering with his cars, on his bicycle exploring sunny Southern California, or scouting out mid-century architecture. He currently owns a 1995 C4 Roadster, (everybody's favorite generation of Corvette) a 1976 Cadillac Seville and a big old Ford Van.