It was a great show as always ...with great cars and great people.
However there was a few minor issues this year. When we walked to the show site we thought the driver meeting was at 9:00 (started around 10:00, not a problem), but since they moved the club booth to a different place this year we had to ask a few volunteers
As for the award ceremony, this year they used a random order instead of the usual starting with earlier (lower classes) then working up to newer classes like they used to do. It was a little confusing but we figured it out.
Other then that it was a great show and we look forward to next year.
Around the Pike to take some photos. A couple of cons, but nothing to crazy, I didn't realize that it was a people's choice award, I personally
We ended up in a spot so close to the regular parking that we could hardly tell the difference
We felt not very welcomed at all (which hardly ever happened to me at ANY sort of car show before), ended up strolling over the beautiful campus by ourselves (the location is indeed awesome) but as soon as the driver meeting announced we could leave right now or after 4 pm but not in between, we finally decided to leave. With no chance of a regular award (mine was one of three '71-'73 Mustangs of 450 (!) cars and the only convertibl
We're deeply disappoint
OVERALL? GREAT SHOW!! Will continue to come! THANKS!!
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1965 Ford Mustang Fastback. Licence Plate: PJM...002. Last seen in Venice, CA. $10k Reward. Vin #: 5R09A165747
She came off the assembly line in Southern California, 1964, and has been here her whole life. She only had 3 owners and we have all her documentation, including her first registration card, owners manual, photos throughout time and every maintenance record over the past 53 years. We can’t let her story end like this.
Distinguishing Features: Fastback 2+2 A code, 289 V8 engine, automatic transmission, original a/c, Cragar wheels, BF Goodrich tires, original dash w/rally sport package, original radio w/modern stereo in glove compartment.