The 64th Annual Grand National Roadster Show, or GNRS as it is known amongst devotees, was held this January at the Fairplex in Pomona, CA. The GNRS is the longest running indoor car show in the world and, just like in the past, there was a pinstripers reunion at the event. Every year, the show dedicates a special section for pinstripe artists to display their work in Building 4. There were well over thirty pinstripers from all over the country in the building this year, making this a true showcase of experts within the field. The gathering also provided something for the community as well, as the pinstripers will have this year's artwork auctioned off, with the proceeds going to The Lili Claire Foundation. The Lili Claire Foundation provides hope, answers, and help to special needs children and their families. Anyone who appreciates pinstripes knows that the beauty is in the details, but in this case, the real beauty is in using art to help others. Kudos to all involved and we are always glad to spread the word when it comes to Lowriders and Car Customizers changing lives for the better.