National Hot Rod Reunion - Organization

Organization

The event is organized by and benefits the Wally Parks NHRA Motorsports Museum, a non-profit organization affiliated with the National Hot Rod Association. It includes nostalgia drag race events, a parade of street rods, vendors and a swap meet. It is held on the grounds of National Trail Raceway.

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