Roy Brizio Street rods and the Goodguys joined forces recently at the West Coast Nationals in Pleasanton. Roy is celebrating 32 years of building some of the finest rods to ever hit the road. What better place than the West Coast Nationals, to gather as many of those rods together for a day of fun and sun? Invitations went out to as many of our customers that we could make contact with. The response was unreal. 116 Brizio built cars filled a reserved spot on the fair grounds. The oldest car that we built dated back to 1978, a full fendered Model A roadster. The newest, a 1946 Merc Woodie just finished for the show. The fun started mid week as part of the Goodguys hot rod tour. The shop was opened to hundreds of guests who were treated to the run of the shop and a BBQ lunch. Next was getting cars that showed up from as far away as Maine, New York and Florida over to Pleasanton. With the help of a big rig and some steady nerves, set up was started. Saturday was the big day, filling the area that was reserved. The day finished with a plaque being presented to Roy, on behalf of his customers, thanking him and his employees for the relationships that have developed over the years. Enjoy the photos, and if you are in the San Francisco area, stop by and say hello.