NAPA AUTO PARTS, the Official Auto Parts Store of the Goodguys Rod & Custom Association, awarded Edinburg, TX, resident James Cameron the NAPA Trick Truck award at the 16th Lonestar Nationals held in Fort Worth, TX, for his 1937 Ford pickup.
The truck, nicknamed "Someday," was a long time in the making. Someday features a Warp Speed blue paint job with blue chrome ghost flames with Lambert tail lights. The interior is covered in ultra leather in sliver and grey ostrich colors. The wood-paneled bed is equipped with a flat screen TV and DVD player mounted on the roof of the bed cover, allowing a unique tailgating experience.
Under the hood, the Ford totes a Chevy engine and transmission, and an aluminum drive shaft. The list of customizations tallies more than 100 items, including a steel polished gas tank, haywire wiring and a specialty steering wheel.
In addition to receiving the NAPA Trick Truck award, Cameron earned a $100 NAPA gift certificate for tools from the on-site NAPA Tool & Equipment tent, as well as a NAPA hat, t-shirt and grease towel.
NAPA is presenting Trick Truck awards at all 24 Goodguys events with a projected annual attendance of 1.7 million.