2018 MOTHER ROADSTER
The 2018 Mother Roadster was Stunning, It was raffled it off at the Birthplace of Route 66 Festival to a very Lucky Shriners Lady! Not only was it a brand new built roadster, but it also had very subtle touches that made it classic, Iconic and one of a kind. We are still in love with that Duvall windshield and custom interior.
1932 Ford Roadster
Our first car was the one that we will never forget. As the first year of our foundation, so many local businesses stepped up to the plate and donated time and parts to make this roadster rumble as it should. The 2018 Mother Roadster was a brand new custom built 1932 Ford Roadster Convertible custom built by Show Me Rod and Custom & Currys Hot Rod. This sweet convertible sat on top of an HHR-1932 frame from HotShoe Hot Rods with Pete & Jake's front suspension package, The coker tires and wheels made this car cruise and were provided by Kwik Kar Tire Pros.
In our first year, we were able to raise over $40,000 Dollars for Shriners Children's Hospital and give the car away to Heather Booth, a local Shriners lady.
2019 MOTHER ROADSTER
1929 Ford Model-A
In 2019, We were “Back in Black” with our second Mother Roadster. The 1929 Model - A Ford Sedan, built by Mike Huffman of Fair Grove, Mo, was a custom hotrod with all new upgrades including a Chevrolet 350 motor and 350 automatic transmissions, This Hot Rod was topped off with a fiery custom interior and Rocket Igniter wheels. The perfect hot rod to take the family cruising down Route 66.
The 2019 Mother Roadster was able to raise 40,000 Dollars for the Shriners Children's Hospital and won by Sandy and Greg Fuller who bought their winning ticket at the Summer Fest Car Show in Rolla, Missouri.
2020 - 2021 MOTHER ROADSTER
1932 Ford Roadster
Our third year and third car will go down as one to remember. This 1932 Ford Roadster, also known as the "Feszter" proved to be the car that we just couldn't give away. As a result of Covid 19 and the cancellation of many festivals, we ultimately had to postpone the giveaway of the Mother Roadster until 2021. In 2020 however, we held a 50/50 cash raffle in which 5,000 dollars was awarded to Darrel Lydick from Wichita Kansas.
Once we got rolling in 2021, this car proved to be a show stopper! Custom built with brand new parts by Tony Curry of Show Me Rod and Custom & Currys Hot Rod, The Mother Roadster Foundation raised more money it ever has in a single year or on a single car. As a result, we gave a record breaking amount of $50,000 Dollars to Shriners Children's Hospital.
The Winner of the 2020/2021 Mother Roadster was John Davis from Wichita Kansas. Congrats John!