Goodguys is the world’s largest rod & custom association with membership exceeding 70,000 world wide! The growth of Goodguys is due in large part because the events and the association appeal to and attract a wide range of auto enthusiasts. All Goodguys events welcome rods, customs, classics, trucks, street machines and muscle cars through 1972 vintage while the “Get-Togethers” welcome all, years, makes & models of American powered cars and trucks.

Our aim is to provide car owners and enthusiasts alike with fun, family oriented events where the main objective is to have fun with automobiles.

Goodguys association members receive the monthly Goodguys Goodtimes Gazette, a 250-page full color, super sized and entertaining look at Goodguys events, hot rod heroes, hot rod companies, hot cars and their owners, hot rod classifieds and all the latest news on what did, what is, and what's gonna happen in the world of hot rodding! Members also receive the full-color “Goodtimes Yearbook” – a full color coffee table book style which chronicles the entire event season with stunning photography. A membership card, plus discounts for event participants are also valuable perks of Goodguys membership.

If you dig cars and the car scene, then you’ll dig the events and being part of the world's largest association dedicated to rods, customs and classics.

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  • Good to hear Scott!

    Thanks and welcome to the group.


  • Thanks Jimmy!

    That second link worked, I got in. U Da Man!

  • That is the right page Scott, however the join button only shows when I use Google Crome. Try this link ( ) if you are still having problems.


  • Hello Jimmy, I don,t know, maybe it's my Linux OS but I still can't sign up.

    Here's the page link, tell me what you see? ( ) if this isn't the right page, could you give me the link?

    Thanks, Scott

  • Thanks Scott, website link has been updated...


  • Hey Good-Guys, I went into your website and there is NO FORM to Sign up on? A few paragraphs of text and the rest of the page was blank. ?? Just thought I'd let you know.

    Scott at

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