National Roadster Hall of Fame

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The first inductees of the National Roadster Hall of Fame, February 22, 1960. Photo from the Oakland Tribune. Front from left: Walt Woron, Gordon Vann, Romeo Palamides. Rear from left: Mrs. Evelyn Casaurang, Ezra Ehrhardt, Wally Parks, George Barris, and Joe Bailon.

During the 12th annual National Roadster Show, held February 22 - 28, 1960 in the Oakland Exposition Building, nine pioneers in the creative building field were awarded the first members of the newly created National Roadster Hall of Fame. The nine pioneers were Joe Bailon, Ezra Ehrhardt, Romeo Palamides, Gordon Vann, Harold Casaurang, Robert E. Petersen, George Barris, Wally Parks and Walt Moron. [1]


Ezra Ehrhardt
George Barris
Gordon Vann
Harold Casaurang
Joe Bailon
Robert E. Petersen
Romeo Palamides
Wally Parks
Walt Moron



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