You're invited to the Congregation Show!

1941 Willys, Al Wester, Hilton Head, South Carolina 
The word is out and entries are flooding in for next month’s Congregation Show in Charlotte, North Carolina. Even though the date is fast approaching, there’s still time to have your hot rod or custom car on display inside the historic Ford plant at Camp North End.
To be considered for the invitation-only show on April 14, send a photo of your car to Make sure to include all pertinent contact info, please. Also, don’t forget to post on Instagram and Facebook with the #roddersjournal and #congregationshow tags.
Now in its second year, the Congregation is hosted by our friends at DicE Magazine and Prism Supply Company, and we’re responsible for helping bring a wide range of rods and customs through the door come April. It’s a motorcycle show. It’s a car show—and it’s the place to be this spring if you appreciate vintage iron of all kinds.
With that in mind, we would like to take this opportunity to give you a sneak peek at some of the cars that’ll be in the show. For more information, check out the official website here.
Your Friends at The Rodder’s Journal

P.S. We love customs! Let's see some more!
1941 Ford Coupe, Shaun McCarthy, Gainesville, Georgia 
1929 Model A Roadster, Jim Barillaro, Knoxville, Tennessee
1932 Ford Five-Window, Bill Van Sickle, Mint Hill, North Carolina 
1934 Ford Roadster, Jim O'Connor, Raeford, North Carolina 
1939 Studebaker, Randy Davis, Littlestown, Pennsylvania 
1932 Ford Cabriolet, Tom Trovato, Williamsburg, Virginia 
1932 Ford Roadster, Dan Fuller, Elyria, Ohio
1935 Chevrolet Sedan, Yvonne Davis, Littlestown, Pennsylvania 
1932 Ford Sedan, John Kokoska, Atlanta, Georgia
1932 Ford Roadster, Jared Lapp, Fresno, Ohio 
1928 Model A Coupe, Chris Hendrick, Winston-Salem, North Carolina 
1934 Ford, John Kokoska, Atlanta, Georgia

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