The Canadian Street Rodding Hall of Fame was created in 1993 with the support of the Canadian Street Rod Association (CSRA) and private sponsors, to recognize the contributions of individuals, clubs, and corporations to street rodding in Canada. In the inaugural year 25 members were inducted. The Canadian Street Rodding Hall of Fame is now an independent organization and each year we add one new member, each one nominated for this prestigious position by their peers.
If you know of some individual, club, or company who fit the criteria below, please take a moment to nominate them for inclusion into this exclusive body:
Aims and Objectives
To support and preserve the heritage of street rodding in Canada
To recognize those individuals, clubs, and corporations who have made significant contributions to the development, growth and improvement of street rodding in Canada
To acknowledge and preserve those achievements and contributions that were important in building the credibility and status of street rodding in Canada
To salute these achievements, at appropriate times,
Any individual person (or couple), club, or corporation that has been instrumental in developing and promoting street rodding in Canada may be nominated
There is no restriction as to the nationality of candidates
Self–nominations will not be accepted
Membership by the nominee in any association or organization is not a requirement for the Canadian Street Rodding Hall of Fame
The PDF version of the form can be found here: Nomination Form. You can print this form out and send the completed form to us at:
Canadian Street Rodding Hall of Fame
7 Hewko St.
St. Catharines, ON
scan it and email it to us at
You can also fill out the online form below if you would rather. The form is a multi step process meaning you fill out your information on the first page, click continue, and then fill out the information for the person you are wanting to nominate on the second page. Then click submit.