Thanks for all the inquiries regarding Wild Rods! We appreciate your e-mails and apologize for the delay in updating the site! Producing a quality site has been our objective from inception and we are looking forward to having much more of the site infrastructure in place soon, including our secure order forms for Advertisements, Sponsorships and Classified Ads. We are concentrating on the Street Rod area of the site and plan to follow with Wild Sport Trucks, Compacts and Hog Wild Hogs. We appreciate the encouragement and support you have all provided and continue to welcome your e-mails!
Those of you who have been in the Rod scene for a number of years know that once the garage is set up to house and work on your prized vehicle the next logical step is to share that space with a Hog. Having been there ourselves we know that there are plenty of you who have established this exact living arrangement where Rod and Hog co-exist under one roof. With that in mind, we decided that WildRods.com would not be complete without a dedicated Hog Wild Hogs page. We invite you bike owners to show us what you’ve got! Contact us with a few pictures and a build-sheet description of the bike features and we will consider it for out site.
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Grand National Roadster Show 2005
by Dennis Modica
"Sedeuced" was named "America's Most Beautiful Roadster" at The 56TH Grand National Roadster Show held for the second year at its new Southern California home, the Los Angeles County FairPlex in Pomona, California. The coveted award was presented to Paul and Erik Hansen of Pleasanton, CA for their Coach Built 1932 Roadster by builder Steve Moal.
Known as "The Grand Daddy of them all" five buildings at the Pomona FairPlex were devoted to this year's show. The 2005 GNRS also marked the introduction of the newly created and prestigious award, "America's Most Beautiful Motorcycle." For the first time at the GNRS a collection of world class, custom built bikes were judged. Competition was fierce to say the least! But when the scores were finally tallied, Steve Daheb's "Wicked Way" took the trophy home to Hillsborough, CA. To see this awesome winner and the complete assembly of Hog Wild Hogs click the photo below of "Wicked Way."
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Thank You Dan and Char Cyr, Jason Wilson, and the entire Dan Cyr Enterprises Team.
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