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National Street Rod Association

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The National Street Rod Association NSRA was among the first to recognize the presence of a contingent of enthusiasts that didn't fit the presumed mold of street rodder when in 1986 the first ever under 21 show was held at the Street Rod Nationals in Oklahoma City. The show was a complete success with 48 vehicles on display and it encouraged the program to be picked up for all of the NSRA produced events.

Over the past eighteen years, the company under 21 program, sponsored by Vintage Air of San Antonio, Texas has served to acknowledge the participation of hundreds of young street rod owners and the concept has been copied in modified forms by organizations big and small as well as by magazines such as Street Rodder and Rod and Custom.

Though successful in every respect, it's time for the program to be updated. Hence forth, the young rodder program at all of the NSRA National events will be known as the 29 below program and their young participating members with a valid driver's license up to and including the age of 29 with their own street rod registered in their name for the event, will be eligible to take part in this activity. Vintage Air will continue as the sponsor and each young rodder that brings his or her street rod to the special area on the grounds at the designated time will receive a commemorative T shirt provided by the sponsor and will be eligible for a special drawing for two of the super prizes from Vintage Air.

The members of the National Street Rod Associationare fortunate to have Sneed Insurance Company in their corner when it comes to all types of insurance coverage for their vehicles. At a time when it was next to impossible to insure a specialty vehicle, the concerned folks at Sneed Insurance worked with officials of the NSRA to create the type of coverage those involved in the hobby needed to continue enjoying their vehicles in the manner for which they were built, while having the peace of mind that should a loss occur it was covered.

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