Jerry Heasley
September 10, 2015

The Mustang Club of America’s latest Grand National proved a huge success this year with 500 entries – perhaps the largest ever for this annual event (aside from the MCA’s 50th).

The MCA restricts entries to the size of the “venue,” otherwise there’s no telling how many of the 12,000 plus members might have entered a Mustang. Of course, there’s no fee to attend or having fun looking at some of the finest Mustangs anywhere.

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This year’s event took place in Columbus, Ohio in the suburb of Polaris at the Hilton Hotel with the local “Mustang Club of Ohio” playing host. The club’s workload became so heavy that club members called this show their “Labor of Love,” as the event was held over Labor Day weekend.

About two-thirds of the entries were “late-models.” All but 80 of the entries were there to compete in MCA judging with cars competing in the following classes: Daily Driver, Daily Driven, Occasionally Driven, Driven Concours, Trailered Concours, Thoroughbred, Modified and Unrestored.

In addition to a Grand National, next year the MCA will hold a 40th anniversary show in Indianapolis that will include a road racing track. See you at both these events next year.

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