phil and jeremy gerber | roadster shop co-owners

Phil and Jeremy Gerber

With only a few Goodguys AutoCross events remaining on the 2016 calendar, the Roadster Shop and Goodguys Rod & Custom Association are coming closer to giving away an RS chassis worth up to $15,000. Since last spring, Roadster Shop co-owners Phil and Jeremy Gerber have chosen the Style & Engineering Award winner at Goodguys national events that feature AutoCross. The new award is open to all vehicles in attendance at Goodguys AutoCross regardless of year, make, or model. They will again select an S&E award winner this year from each Goodguys AutoCross event, thereby creating a pool of over 30 national finalists.

Roadster Shop Style & Engineering Award 2016After all individual award winners have been selected at the final show of the season in Scottsdale this fall, an overall winner will be chosen as the grand prize winner. The prize? A brand new Roadster Shop chassis from the company’s Fast Track, REVO, or new SPEC Series lineup – up to a $15,000 value! Each individual winner will also be presented with an exclusive, engraved crystal award during Goodguys Sunday winner’s circle ceremony.

About Roadster Shop
No strangers to cutting edge design, Phil and Jeremy Gerber are former Goodguys Trendsetter award winners and builders of several Goodguys Street Machine of the Year-winning vehicles. Together, with their father Neal, they’ve developed Roadster Shop into a major force in the hot rodding industry. Their 30,000 square foot facility in suburban Chicago houses full chassis production, metal fabrication, vehicle construction, and full paint and body department with a downdraft spray booth. Their facility also includes a 5,000 square foot upscale retail showroom used to showcase an array of customer vehicles, product displays, and performance lifestyle items for sale.

For more information, visit them online at www.roadstershop.com

2016 ROADSTER SHOP STYLE & ENGINEERING AWARD FINALISTS

Bob Gawlik Scottsdale, AZ 1968 AMX
Marc Newman Carrollton, TX 1965 Mustang
Matthew Miellczarek San Jose, CA 1970 Chevy C10
Matt Alcala San Diego, CA 1965 Mustang
Tim Lucento Yorktown, VA 1964 Corvette
Mark Turner Hermitage, TN 1968 Chevy C10
Steve Murphy San Mateo, CA 1966 Mustang
Alan Miller Cedar City, UT 1970 Chevelle
Nick Weber Hamilton, NJ 1969 Chevelle
Tom Hollinshead  Edmonton, Alberta 1966 Corvette
Adam Issa  Leander, TX 1970 Barracuda
Ron Schock  Lawrenceburg, IN  1965 Mustang
JB Granger  Cumming, GA  1966 Corvair
Dick Eytchison  Cortez, CA  1965 Chevelle
Mark Allen  Gilbert, AZ  1967 Camaro RS/SS

** Updated Dec 1, 2016

2015 ROADSTER SHOP STYLE & ENGINEERING AWARD FINALISTS

Chris Hall Surprise, AZ 1968 Firebird
Harold Chapman Andice, TX 1968 Corvette
Brandy Phillips Westminster, CA 1972 Chevy C10
Rob McIntosh Pomona, CA 1971 Chevelle
Todd Holdren Chillicothe, OH 1953 Buick
Dan Giustino Jupiter, FL 1969 Camaro
Jessica Turner Hermitage, TN 1967 Chevy
Mike Kamimoto San Jose, CA 1989 IROC Camaro
John Conway Bartlett, IL 1961 Jeep
Paul Rivaro Merrimack, NH 1971 Nova
Bob Venne Brainerd, MN 1970 Camaro
Richard Giesey Burlington, KY 1971 Camaro
Don Wenger Cheyenne, WY 1971 Chevelle
Stacy Herman High Ridge, MO 1969 Chevelle
Stan Martin Flower Mound, TX 1930 Ford Model A
Joe Lutz Lenoir, NC 1967 Camaro