Since the start of the National Street Rod Association’s 2016 event calendar, 10 car owners have been honored with the FAST Revolution Award. The award winners were hand-selected, with judges looking for a standout hot rod utilizing new-age technology while maintaining a street rod or muscle car theme. EFI is a requirement to be considered for the award, which is named for COMP Performance Group’s Fuel Air Spark Technology electronics division.
Norm and Susan Brown – Their 1972 Nova featured a supercharged Gen III motor with vintage valve covers. They showcased the car at the Southeast Street Rod Nationals, held April 1-3 at Florida State Fairgrounds.
David Antinoro – His 1941 Willys Coupe has a 5.7L Hemi engine, taken out of a Dodge Charger, and cold air intake. He won the award during the Southwest Street Rod Nationals in Oklahoma City on April 8-10.
Danny Shaffer – His Boss 520-powered 1933 Ford Roadster took the award at the Western Street Rod Nationals, held April 29-May 1 in his hometown Bakersfield, California.
Scott Sheets – His 1955 Chevrolet 210 with LS1, monitored by digital gauges, underhood. He was an entrant in the Street Rod Nationals South in Knoxville, Tennessee, on May 6-8.
Franchot and Rae Duncan – The Kansas couple’s 1940 Chevrolet earned the award during the Mid America Street Rod Nationals in Springfield, Missouri, on May 27-29.
Matt Geudri – His 1975 AMC Matador impressed the judges at Street Rod Nationals East on June 3-5 in York, Pennsylvania.
Ron and Terry Cash — This ’55 Chevy convertible picked up the award at the Rocky Mountain Street Rod Nationals held June 24-26 in in Pueblo, Colorado.
Ron Torp – His award-winning 1965 Chevrolet Corvette was on display at the 47th Annual Street Rod Nationals in Louisville, Kentucky, on August 4-7.
Jeff Randolph – The beautiful blue 1966 Chevy Caprice picked up the award during the Street Rod National North in Kalamazoo, Michigan, on Sept. 9-11.
Ron Copp – A 1931 Chrysler Imperial was the top pick at the Northeast Street Rod Nationals in Burlington, Vermont, on Sept. 16-18.