Portland Roadster Show

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Ben Sebastian's 1934 Ford 3-Window Coupe, The Plum Cherry, at the 1971 Portland Roadster Show. Photo by Ben Sebastian, courtesy of Larry Moe.
The official program for the 1965 Portland Roadster Show.
The official program for the 1964 Portland Roadster Show.
The Alexander Brothers built Victorian at the 1963 Portland Roadster Show. This version was owned by Buddy Parazoo of Portland.
The flyer for the 1957 Portland Roadster Show.
A photo from the 1957 Portland Roadster Show printed in Northwest Rods November-December 1957.
Another photo from the 1957 Portland Roadster Show showinf Al Drake's 1929 Ford roadster second on the right. Geno Ames' 1932 Ford Roadster is parked next to Al's roadster. Photo printed in Northwest Rods November-December 1957.
Doug Rice's 1939 Ford Coupe at the first annual Portland Roadster Show in 1956.
Doug Rice's 1939 Ford Coupe at the first annual Portland Roadster Show in 1956.

The first annual Portland Roadster Show was held in 1955.

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Portland Roadster Show 2010

The 54th annual Portland Roadster Show was held April 16th - 18th, 2010 at the Oregon Convention Center.

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Portland Roadster Show 2009

The 53rd annual Portland Roadster Show was held March 6th - 8th at the Oregon Convention Center.


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Portland Roadster Show 1971

Cars Attending:
Ben Sebastian's 1934 Ford 3-Window Coupe - The Plum Cherry


Portland Roadster Show 1964

The Portland Roadster Show was held in the Memorial Coloseum 5-8 March in 1964, Portland, Oregon.


Cars Attending

The Pacifia
The Alexa


Series 100 Full Custom Coupe, Sedan
John Rudicill's 1957 Ford
Dave Pugsley's 1953 Studebaker


Series 150 Semi-Custom Coupe & Sedan
Twig Quigley's 1950 Ford
Robert Hebron's 1952 Ford
Earl Clausen's 1950 Ford


Series 200 Semi-Custom Hardtop
Ron Johnston's 1953 Chevrolet
Donald Honstein's 1955 Oldsmobile
Bob Nakoff's 1956 Ford
David Gardner's 1958 Chevrolet


Series 250 Semi-Custom Convertible
Ron Hing's 1956 Chevrolet
Terry Both's 1955 Chevrolet
Norm Porter's 1950 Meteor


Series 300 Mild Custom
Michael Lynch's 1955 Chevrolet
Chuck Jeaudoin's 1963 Chevrolet
William Paul Parker's 1958 Chevrolet
Wayne Miller 1947 Mercury
Curt Van Blokland's 1958 Chevrolet
John V. Corno's 1963 Pontiac
Bill Johnson's 1963 Chevrolet Corvair
Jim Pinker's 1955 Chevrolet
John Winters' 1950 Cadillac
Bouthillier Motors' 1963 Pontiac


Serier 350 Custom Sports Car
Ruben Parsigian's 1957 Chevrolet Corvette
Russ Graham's Special
Jerry Keller's 1963 Chevrolet Corvette


Series 400 Custom Pickup
Warren Matt's 1954 Ford
Ellis Blomgren's 1956 Ford
Gary Tucker's 1955 Chevrolet
Joe Batti's 1955 Ford


Series 450 Street Rod Coupe
Richard Schurman's 1926 Ford
Jim Leslie's 1935 Ford
Richard Schuh's 1940 Mercury
John Scott's 1933 Ford
Mark Jacobsen's 1937 Ford
Art Fiala's 1927 Ford
Don Shaw's 1939 Ford
Dick Page's 1932 Ford
Richard A. Sause's 1932 Ford


Series 500 Street Rod Sedan
Bruce Williamson's 1932 Ford
Tom Stockdale's 1940 Ford
John McClaude's 1934 Ford
Dell, Nita & Cathie Wagner's 1931 Ford
Craig Brustad's 1941 Ford
Bouthillier Motors' 1929 Ford - Lil Confusion
Steve Lund's 1939 Ford


Series 550 Street Rod Roadster
Al Rogers' 1929 Ford
Denny Haughey's 1929 Ford
Harry Langdon's 1926 Ford


Series 600 Street Rod Roadster Pickup
Al Lindstrom's 1929 Ford
Don Young's 1917 Ford
Ron Farmer's 1930 Ford
Randalls Johnson's 1927 Ford
Frank Veness' 1927 Ford
Len Mac Kay's 1929 Ford
Toppers Club's 1927 Ford
Steve West's 1927 Ford


Series 650 Street Rod Pickup
Kenneth Yates' 1932 Ford
Doug Doyle's 1936 Ford


Series 700 Comp. Sports Car
Don Duncan & Don Bolenof's Custom Sports Car
Nick Wehling & Terry Simonson's 1957 Chevrolet Corvette
Kit James' 1959 Chevrolet Corvette


Series 750 Comp. Custom Coupe & Sedan
Bob Tindle's Plymouth
Tom Griffiths' 1963 Chevrolet
Bob Jasper's 1949 Oldsmobile
Clem Knudson's 1962 Plymouth


Series 800 Comp. Rod Coupe
Steve McGee's 1940 Ford
Ron Hoefer's 1937 Ford
James E. Longozo's 1952 Crosley
Ron Stewens' Bantam
Demonos' 1932 Ford
Slo-Poks' 1936 Willys


Series 850 Comp. Rod Sedan
Darrel W. Bain's 1932 Ford
Bob Tindle's 1932 Ford - The Orange Crate
Wayne Caudill's 1937 Austin


Series 900 Comp. Rod Roadster
Louie Matioda's Roadster
Dean Rowley's 1923 Ford
Steele & Hickman's 1915 Ford
Dennis Schelske's 1929 Ford
Lyle Canham's 1928 Ford
Clarence Everett's 1932 Bantam


Series 950 Dragster
Mike Foss' Dragster
Jim Green's Dragster
Speed Merchant's Dragster
Quarter Milers' Dragster
Slo-Poks' Dragster
Clifford Svela's Dragster
Ramblers' Dragster
Fisher Brothers Dragster
Hall & Thompson's Dragster


Portland Roadster Show 1963

Cars Attending:
Buddy Parazoo's 1955 Ford Crown Victoria - The Victorian


Portland Roadster Show 1957

The second annual Portland Roadster Show was held October 18 thru 20, 1957 by the Multnomah Hot Rod Council]. As the show had grown out of the old Armory building, it had been moved out of town to the Multnomah County Fair Grounds in Gresham, Oregon. At the county fairground, the show comitee had a problem dividing the displays among three separate buildings. Joe Bailon had a three of his choice "Candy Apple" customs as a special exhibit at the show. These three cars were Jim Augustine's 1955 Ford Tunderbird, Dave Murdock's 1950 Chevrolet. The famous Rod & Custom Dream Truck was the centerpiece of the show. Ron Courtney's 1951 Ford took home the Sweepstakes Award, the People's Choice, First in Class and Best Custom trophies. [1]

Cars Attending
Al Drake's 1929 Ford Roadster
Bob Overstreet and Rusty Diehl's 1929 Ford Model A Touring
Del Wagoner's 1931 Ford Sedan
The Rod & Custom Dream Truck
Ron Courtney's 1951 Ford
Bill Peterson's 1932 Ford Roadster
Geno Ames' 1932 Ford Roadster
Bob Knowles's 1932 Ford Roadster
Stan Dietz' 1932 Ford Pickup
Bob Mikko's 1949 Ford Convertible
Tom Richardson's 1949 Ford Convertible
Chuck Traaen's 1949 Mercury
Don Telen's 1950 Ford
Jim Augustine's 1955 Ford Thunderbird
Curt Shuck's 1956 Chevrolet
Dave Murdock's 1950 Chevrolet

Results

Full Custom Convertible:
1st - Dunkin Motors
2nd - Tom Richadson's 1949 Ford Convertible
3rd - Don Telen's 1950 Ford Convertible


Full Custom Coupe Sedan:
1st - Ron Courtney's 1951 Ford
2nd - Chuck Traaen's 1949 Mercury
3rd - Keith Jones
4th - Tom Sewell


Semi Custom Convertible
1st - John Trout
2nd - Bob Mikko's 1949 Ford Convertible


Semi-Custom Coupe-Sedan:
1st - Curt Shuck's 1956 Chevrolet
2nd - Roger Cunningham
3rd - Chuck Johnson
4th - Bob McMillan


Street Rod Coupe-Sedan:
1st - Wally Park
2nd - Roger Harris
3rd - Norm Callaghan


Street Rod Roadsters
1st - Bill Peterson's 1932 Ford Roadster
2nd - Geno Ames' 1932 Ford Roadster
3rd - Bob Knowles's 1932 Ford Roadster


Rod Roadster Pickups:
1st - Gardner DeSpain


Rod Pickups:
1st - Stan Dietz' 1932 Ford Pickup
2nd - Don Bishop
3rd - Jerry Gordon


Competition Coupe-Sedan
1st - Gordon Sully
2nd - Dick Martin
3rd - Bill Hoffman


Competition Rod Roadsters
1st - Jim Weston
2nd - Jack Kuehn
3rd - Peterson Bros


Dragsters
1st - Dick Maris
2nd - Saints of Canby
3rd - Rowland-Bonebrake

Best Upholstery - Dick Masters
Best Engineering - Rowland-Bonebrake
Most Originality - Joe Bailon
People's Choice - Ron Courtney's 1951 Ford
Best Custom - Ron Courtney's 1951 Ford
Sweepstakes - Ron Courtney's 1951 Ford
Best Rod - Bill Peterson's 1932 Ford Roadster


Special Awards:
Al Beachell
Doug Doyle
Phil Landstrom
Jim Cobb


Portland Roadster Show 1956

Cars Attending:
Doug Rice's 1939 Ford Coupe


References



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