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Robert Williams Hot Rod Innovator - Presented by NHRA Motorsports Museum

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NHRA Motorsports Museum

1101 West McKinley Avenue

Pomona, CA 91768

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Join us for the Robert Williams Hot Rod Innovator fundraising event for the NHRA Motorsports Museum. All proceeds will support the museums' mission and outreach to the community. Thank you to Robert and Suzanne Williams, Galpin Motors, and Old Stump Brewery for helping to realize this event.

Additional appreciation goes out to Mooneyes, Winners Circle members, NHRA museum members, and hot rod enthusiasts, and guests for your support.

Tickets: $50.00 per person.
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$30.00 of each ticket is a tax-deductible donation to the NHRA Motorsports Museum 501(c)(3)

Premium sponsored tables for this event are available.
Please contact Andrea Harris, Enthusiast Relations Manager
for additional Information, premium tables and if you would like to help sponsor this event: aharris@nhra.com or 909-622-2575

Events feature Pop Up Exhibit of Roberts Williams cars and Ed "Big Daddy" Roth’s Pickup Truck and Orbitron, Innovator Talk, and Dinner. Delectable Mexican Food and Drinks will be served.

A unique opportunity to meet, hang out with, and experience the unique hot rod history of Robert Williams and hear insights from our museum curator Greg Sharp.

Robert Williams is an American hot rod innovator; his famous primed 1932 Ford coupe was the first Rat Rod. He is an automotive designer, whose passion for hot rods goes back to when he was 12 years old and talked his dad into getting him his first car, a 1934 five window Ford coupe. He is also an internationally recognized fine artist, and cartoonist. In the 60’s Robert worked as an art director and artist for hot rod legend and custom car builder Ed “Big Daddy” Roth. He later worked drawing and producing alternative comics for Zap Comix in the Bay Area. In the early 90’s Robert became the co-founder of the underground art magazine Juxtapoz, which is one of the most followed and read art magazines in the USA. Robert Williams and his art and cars are born out of hot rod innovation, California culture and, raw inspiration.

Photo of Robert Williams Prickly Heat courtesy of Steve Coonan, Rodders Magazine.




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