Goodguys Rod & Custom Association kicks off its 40th anniversary car show season March 10-12 at Texas Motor Speedway with the 13th LMC Truck Spring Nationals.

The family-friendly weekend brings together more than 2,500 of the southwest’s finest classics, hot rods, trucks and muscle cars on display. Gates open each day at 8 a.m. and close Friday/Saturday at 5 p.m. and Sunday at 3 p.m.

Attendees will want to take in the sights of the LMC Ultimate Truck Showcase special exhibit and both the sights and sounds of the Classic Performance Products Autocross Racing Series with the Speedtech Performance Lone Star Shootout on Saturday afternoon.

Rod and custom enthusiasts can also roam the aisles of the Swap Meet, Cars 4 Sale Corral and Vendor/Manufacturers midway to view and purchase the latest new hot rod and muscle car products available. Saturday highlights include a Burnout Contest and vintage dragster Nitro Thunderfest.

There are opportunities to ride in a Team Texas stock car with a professional driver and show participants get a chance to drive their own vehicle around the track during the Track Cruise.

There is a Kid’s Zone with free crafts, the Make-and-Take model car program, live music and more to enjoy. On Sunday, attendees will be treated to an eclectic lineup of vintage and modern tech with Meguiar’s All-American Sunday welcoming American-made or powered show cars and trucks of all years. The weekend is capped off with a can’t-miss Awards Ceremony.

Adult tickets are $25 on Friday/Saturday and $20 on Sunday. Youth tickets (age 7-12) are $10 each day and children 6 and under are free. Tickets can be purchased at the gate or online at