Mump 2010 Show Schedule
January 1, 2009

January 9-10, Silver Springs, FL

  • 16th annual Ford and Mustang Roundup at Silver Springs, hosted by National Parts Depot and co-sponsored by Mustang Monthly and Modified Mustangs & Fords magazines.
  • Free registration to first 1,000 pre-registered cars by January 1, which includes two passes to Silver Springs. People's Choice judging, Mustang Monthly, Modified Mustangs & Fords Editor's choice awards.
  • Info: Stacy Gunn, 352/861-8701 (ext. 4208) or email to sgunn@npdlink.com.

March 4-7, Bradenton, FL

  • 16th annual NMRA Spring Break Shootout at Bradenton Motorsports Park.
  • All-Ford drag racing, manufacturer’s midway, and car show.
  • Info: 714/444-2426; www.nmradigital.com

March 7, Lincoln, NE

  • 37th annual Rocky Manginelli Memorial Swap Meet sponsored by the Eastern Nebraska-Western Iowa Car Council at the Lancaster Event Center (new location), 4100 North 84th St.
  • Admission is cash or canned/dry food donation to the Lincoln Food Bank.
  • Info: Jim Snyder 402/786-2427

March 20, Dillon, SC

  • Round Up at the Border Mustang and Classic Ford Show hosted by the Eastern South Carolina Mustang Club at South of the Border.
  • Classes for all Mustangs and Fords, including street rods, race cars, and trucks.
  • Info: Gene Turner gtmustang@bellsouth.net.

March 26-28, Commerce, GA

  • NMRA Peach State Nationals at Atlanta Dragway.
  • All-Ford drag racing, manufacturer’s midway, and car show.
  • Info: 714/444-2426; www.nmradigital.com

March 26-28, Pensacola, FL

  • 31st annual Gulf Coast National Mustang and All Ford Show sponsored by the Gulf Coast Regional Mustang Club.
  • Includes Friday cruise to the National Museum of Naval Aviation at the Pensacola Naval Air Station.
  • Info: Donnie Carlisle 251/961-1411, carlisle@gulftel.com; www.gcrmc.com

March 27, Macon, GA

  • 14th annual Cherry Blossom Festival Car Show hosted by the Flag City Mustang Club at Central City Park.
  • Open to all Ford-powered makes and models, with neighboring carnival rides, food vendors, arts and crafts, and musicians. Lunch for two included with registration. $25 at the show; $20 pre-registered.
  • Info: www.freewebs.com/flagcitymc/home.htm; 478/960 4240.

April 2-3, Columbus, OH

  • Columbus Spring Swap All-Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury Swap Meet at the Ohio Exposition Center, I-71 and 71st Ave.
  • Open 4:00 to 8:00 PM on Friday; 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM on Saturday. Four buildings full of cars and parts (Ford only), new and used.
  • Info: Richard 614/855-4750; www.springswap.com

April 17, Polk City, FL

  • Mustangs and Mustangs show hosted by Imperial Mustangs of Polk County at Fantasy of Flight, exit 44 off I-4 between Lakeland and Orlando.
  • All Mustangs and Fords invited. Modified judging format. Several P-51 fighter planes will also be on display.
  • Info: Pat Rego at 863/665-2322 (days) or 863/838-6817 (evenings), or pats7up@aol.com.

April 21-25, Carlisle, PA

  • Spring Carlisle Collector Car Swap Meet & Corral at the Carlisle, PA Fairgrounds
  • Collector, classic and custom car and truck swap meet, car corral and collector car auction
  • carlisleevents.com/ce/events/spring-carlisle

April 23-24, Hermann, MO

  • Shelbyfest, a celebration of Shelby vehicles.
  • Friday evening cruise or drag racing at Gateway International Raceway, Saturday car show, Sunday morning pancake breakfast.
  • Info: www.shelbyfest.net

April 24, Frankfort, KY

  • Pony Car Round-Up at Juniper Hills Park, hosted by the Frankfort Mustangs Club and City of Frankfort.
  • All pony cars invited, including Mustangs, Cougars, Camaros, Firebirds, Barracudas, Challengers, and Javelin.
  • Info: www.frankfortmustangsclub.org; 502/695-0102

May 1, Roanoke, VA

  • Roanoke Valley Mustang Club's 22nd annual Mustang and Ford Powered Round-Up at Tanglewood Mall.
  • $20 early registration; $25 after April 26 and day of show.
  • Info: Butch Cook 540/387-1979, myred64stang@aol.com; www.roanokevalleymustangclub.com

May 8, Huntsville, AL

  • Rocket City Mustang Club’s 30th annual All Ford Powered and Mustang Car Show in the Sears parking lot at the Madison Square Mall.
  • Modified Mustang Club of America classes and judging, popular vote for ’09-’10 cars, vendors, car/parts corral.
  • Info: president@rocketcitymustang.com; www.rocketcitymustang.com.

May 14-16, Atco, NJ

  • NMRA Ford Nationals at Atco Raceway.
  • All-Ford drag racing, manufacturer’s midway, and car show.
  • Info: 714/444-2426; www.nmradigital.com

May 15, Jacksonville, FL

  • Regional Mustang and Ford Show hosted by the Jacksonville Mustang Club at the riverfront Jacksonville Landing.
  • Open to all Ford-powered makes and models.
  • Info: Diane Norris 904/742-9524, mustang675@clearwire.net.

May 21-23, Nashville, IN

  • 33rd annual Shelby Spring Fling hosted by the Indiana Region of the Shelby American Automobile Club at Brown County State Park.
  • Friday Pony Trails and welcoming bash, Saturday picnic, car show, evening dinner, and awards program. Sunday road rally.
  • Info: Joyce Yates 812/988-7146, jcyates@indiana.edu; www.indianasaac.com.

May 21-23, Stone Mountain, GA

  • Silver in the Hills Cruise hosted by the Silver Mustang Registry at Stone Mountain Park.
  • Friday night indoor kart racing, Saturday car show and cruise, Sunday at The Varsity in downtown Atlanta.
  • Info: www.silvermustangs.com; Donnie Salter 850/207-9449, donnie@silvermustangs.com.

May 23, Cudahy, WI

  • Wisconsin Early Mustangers 28th annual All Ford Show and Swap at Ewald’s Venus Ford, 2727 E. Layton Ave.
  • Door prizes, raffles, large indoor swap, trophies in 28 classes.
  • Info: Tom Miller 414/764-6726; Dawn Raduechel at treasure65@hotmail.com; www.wemustangers.com

May 23, Mechanicville, NY

  • Mustang and FoMoCo Spring Dust-off hosted by the Adirondack Shelby-Mustang club at jack Byrne Ford and Merucry, Route 4 and 32.
  • Raffle proceeds to benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Northeast New York.
  • Info: John Watters 518/664-5390; nyasmc@nyasmc.com.

May 28-30, Danville, VA

  • SVT Superfest presented by the SVT Cobra Mustang Club and the SVT Owner's Association at Virginia International Raceway.
  • Car show, three days of open track, Saturday evening banquet, lunch-time parade laps, portable dyno, Cobra R reunion, vendors, and more.
  • Info: Tony 803/371-0725; tony@svtcobraclub.com; www.svtcobraclub.com

May 30, Albuquerque, NM

  • 28th annual Regional Mustang Show hosted by the Rio Grande Mustang Club at the Marriott Pyramid Hotel.
  • Saturday evening snacks in the Hotel Sandia Suite, Sunday judged show and evening banquet with door prizes and awards. All classes except Participant Choice will be judged using modified MCA judging rules.
  • Info: Frank McMullan 505/294-7902; f.mcmullan@q.com

May 30th, Matamoras, PA

  • Shelby's & Stangs Sunday located at The Riverview Inn, 400 Shay Lane, Matamoras PA 18336
  • BBQ Ribs & Chicken featuring Charlie Shay's own sauce, Music,
  • $20 as participant [Driver Only], $10 as spectator, guest & peer judging awards
  • Info: 800/988-7941; 570/491-2173; info@riverviewinninc.com

May 30-31, Dearborn, MI

  • SAAC-Motor City Region 35th annual Show and Go. Show and swap meet from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm on Sunday at Ford World Headquarters’ southeast parking lot.
  • Track event from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm on Monday at Waterford Hills Road Race Course in Clarkston.
  • Info: Jim Binder 586/776-4836, sasgroup@comcast.net; www.saac-mcr.net

June 4-6, Carlisle, PA

  • Carlisle All-Ford Nationals at the Carlisle, PA Fairgrounds
  • All Fords show, swap meet, vendors, and manufacturers
  • www.carlisleevents.com/ce/events/ford-nationals

June 4-6, Mustang, OK

  • Oklahoma Chisholm Trail Mustang National Show, a Mustang Club of America national show hosted by the Mustang Club of Oklahoma.
  • Info: www.okmustangs.com

June 5, Doswell, VA

  • Mustang Day at Kings Dominion, sponsored by Stangs R Us Mustang Club.
  • Open to all Fords.
  • Info: clubinfo@stangs-r-us.com; www.stangs-r-us.com

June 6, Bloomington, IL

  • 29th Annual Central Illinois Ford Day Show and Swap hosted by the Central Illinois Mustang Association at Bob Dennison Ford.
  • Open to all Ford-powered cars and trucks with over 30 classes.
  • Info: www.cimustang.org; info@cimustang.org

June 11-12, Milan, MI

  • NMRA Ford Nationals at Milan Dragway.
  • All-Ford drag racing, manufacturer’s midway, and car show.
  • Info: 714/444-2426; www.nmradigital.com

June 11-13, Reno, NV

  • Restomods In Reno at the Grand Sierra Resort which was formerly the Reno Hilton sponsored by the Reno Mustang Car Club with proceeds going to community charities.
  • Open to all Fords of all models, ages and conditions: Fords, Mustangs, Broncos, Thunderbirds, etc. There are Stock, Restomod and Custom classes with trophies for all classes based on peer judging. In addition, there will be certain speciality trophies; Best Paint, Best Engine, Mayor's Choice, Best Interior and others yet to be decided.
  • Info: Harold Moody 4renopairtwo@att.net; Ron Wheeler rmccnews@hotmail.com6

June 12, Amherst, NY

  • Mustang Club of America regional and 34th annual All Fords Show hosted by the Western New York Shelby and Mustang Club at the Erie County Fair Grounds.
  • Modified MCA judging classes for Mustangs, six participant vote classes for non-Mustangs. Proceeds to benefit Mercy Flight and Roswell Park Cancer Institute.
  • Info: www.wnymustangclub.com; Dave 716/688-2606, mailto:daalbert@yahoo.com

June 13, Manchester, CT

  • 33rd annual Mustang Spring Round Up hosted by the Mustang Car Club of New England at Mustangs Unlimited, 440 Adams Street, approximately 1.2 miles east of I-84, at Exit 60.
  • Over 30 classes in five divisions for all years and models of Mustangs, Shelbys, and Mustang-based aftermarket specialties, including stock, modified, and Custom. Note: Fire extinguishers required in all show vehicles.
  • Info: MCCNE Info Line 508/674-5462; Joe Dinella evenings 203/322-4916; www.mccne.com.

June 12, Calhoun, GA

  • 30th annual Mustang Show and Swap Meet hosted by the Cherokee Regional Mustang Club at Gordon Central High School Athletic Complex, three blocks off I-75 on Exit 315.
  • Twenty-one classes for Mustangs, Bosses, and Shelbys, along with special-interest Fords and pickup trucks.
  • Info: Marion Clayton 770/548-6654.

June 12, Grand Rapids, MI

  • 29th annual Mustang & All Ford Show sponsored by the West Michigan Mustang Club at Tony Betten & Sons Ford, 3839 Plainfield Ave. NE.
  • Open to all years of Mustangs and Fords, including trucks, Mercurys, Edsels, Lincolns, etc. (must be Ford-powered). Participant vote in over two dozen Mustang classes and awards for Top 20 Fords.
  • Info: Steve Morgan 616/891-2139, neecee@triton.net; www.westmichiganmustangclub.com.

June 18-19, Jeffersonville, IN

  • 15th Annual Mustang and All Ford Weekend hosted by the Falls City Mustang Club at Quartermaster Station, 10th & Meigs Ave.
  • Friday Pony Drive to Salem Speedway (pre-registered only) with Welcome Bash and Cruise-in. Saturday show with 25 classes plus five "Best Of" classes.
  • Info: Steve Merritt 812/944-5271, grouch007@sbcglobal.net; www.fallscitymustangclub.com

June 19, Greensboro, NC

  • 28th annual Mustang and Ford Show hosted by the Gate City Triad Mustang Club at Jefferson Village.
  • Registration fee is $20 plus five cans of food for the 2nd Harvest Food Bank of NW NC. Top 50 awards along with sponsor awards. All vehicles must be Ford-powered.
  • Info: Scott Mercer 336/996-6587, stang@together.net.

June 20, Montoursville, PA

  • Fabulous Fords for Father’s Day hosted by the North Central Mustang Club at Indian Park.
  • Open to Ford, Lincoln, Mercury, and Ford-powered vehicles.
  • Info: Rory Reed 570/220-9134; ncmc.mail@gmail.com

June 19, Cupertino, CA

  • Vintage Mustang Owners Association’s 33rd annual Car Show, presented in conjunction with NorCal SAAC at DeAnza College.
  • Vintage and late-model Mustangs, Shelbys, Cobras, and ’60-’70 Ford musclecars. Cars for sale display ($20).
  • Info: 408/927-0121; www.vintagemustang.org; www.norcal-saac.org; carshow@vintagemustang.org.

June 20th, Brea, CA

  • Cruisin’ Brea Oldies Car Show and Music Festival will be located on the streets of downtown Brea at 330 W. Birch St., Brea, California.
  • 10:00AM – 3:00PM (cars parked 8:00AM – 10:00AM). This show is open to all makes, models and years, is limited to 200 cars max., and is consequently pre-registration only – no day-of-show registrations! This show sells out early every year! There will be live bands performing all day. The vendor booth area will be on the wide concrete apron in front of the theater closest to Brea Blvd., behind the row of parked show cars. We will have approximately 200 show car spaces, and I am sure we will sell out again this year, as we have every year. The fee for each vendor booth will be $100.00, including up to two cars per booth.
  • Info: www.ocmustangclub.org

July 9-10, Dublin, OH

  • Arthritis Foundation 28th Annual Classic Auto Show & Cruise-In hosted by the Mustang Club of Ohio at Dublin Metro Center (Columbus area).
  • Over 2,000 cars and 12,000 spectators, plus 16 Mustang classes on Saturday. Proceeds benefit the Arthritis Foundation.
  • Info: Patrick Todoran 614/204-7021; ptodoran91@columbus.rr.com; www.arthritisautoshow.com

July 10, San Angelo, TX

  • San Angelo Ford Mustang Club’s 21st annual Roundup at Jim Bass Ford.
  • Info: Ken Barrows 325/656-7817

July 11, Quakertown, PA

  • Mustang Muscle at Montana West, hosted by PennMustangs.
  • Open to all vehicles, Ford and non-Ford. Over 25 awards, door prizes, random drawings, and more. First 150 pre-registered vehicles will get commemorative dash plaques. Event fees: $10 pre-registration; $13 day of show, to benefit Nicole Reppert Foundation.
  • Info: www.pennmustangs.com

July 15-18, Bellevue, WA

  • 30th annual Mustangs Northwest Roundup, a Mustang Club of America Grand National event at Bellevue College.
  • Thursday track event, Friday Pony Trails, Saturday judged show, Sunday People's Choice show. Pre-registrations required for MCA Grand National.
  • Info: Jeanie McCain jfmccain@comcast.net; Lois Robinson 206/817-0756; www.mustangsnorthwest.com

July 15-18, Joliet, IL

  • NMRA Super Bowl of Street Legal Drag Racing at Route 66 Raceway.
  • All-Ford drag racing, manufacturer’s midway, and car show.
  • Info: 714/444-2426; www.nmradigital.com

July 17, Fargo, ND

  • Downtown Street Fair Car Show hosted by Northstar Mustangs in Island Park.
  • Open to all cars. $10 entry fee includes lunch and photo of your car. Sponsored by Quality Auto Body and Dakota Bumper.

July 18, Cincinnati, OH

  • Tri-State Mustang/Ford Club’s 30th Annual All-Ford Show presented by Woody Sander Ford at Dave & Buster's, I-275 exit 44 near Springdale.
  • Saturday Pony Trail in memory of Tony Rinaldi, Sunday All-Ford Show.
  • Info: James Friedel 513/477-5634; info@tristatemustang.com

July 18, Marlborough, MA

  • 26th Annual Mustangs & Fords Summer Round-Up hosted by the Mustang Car Club of New England at the Solomon Pond Mall, 601 Donald Lynch Blvd.
  • All Mustangs, Shelbys, Ford family and factory Ford-powered autos, including stock, modified, and custom. Note: Fire extinguishers required in all show vehicles.
  • Info: MCCNE Info Line 508/674-5462; Jim Silverman evenings 508/584-8848; www.mccne.com.

July 20-24, Myrtle Beach, SC

  • MustangWeek 2010
  • Tuesday Meet and Greet at Planet Hollywood; Wednesday autocross, burn-out contest, and circle track fun runs at Myrtle Beach Speedway; Thursday afternoon at Hooters and evening drag racing at Darlington Drag Strip; Friday car show at Myrtle Beach Mall; and Sunday Mustang and SVT Cruise-in at Colonial Mall.
  • Info: Rodney Melton 910/894-3592, rodney@mustangweek.com; www.mustangweek.com.

August 1, Bourbonnais, IL

  • 20th annual A Day at the Park Mustang and Ford Car Show at Perry Farm Park, hosted by the Northern Mustang Corral. Participant voting in 32 classes.
  • Free registration for show feature cars – ’69-’71 Boss Mustang.
  • Info: Terry 815/932-5285; Dave bossgt82@comcast.net; www.northernmustangcorral.com.

August 5-8, Concord, NC

  • NMRA All-Star Nationals at zMax Dragway.
  • All-Ford drag racing, manufacturer’s midway, and car show.
  • Info: 714/444-2426; www.nmradigital.com

August 6-8, Newburgh, NY

  • Saleen Club of America Nationals at Orange County Choppers World Headquarters
  • Classes for all Saleens as well as Mustangs and other Fords.
  • Info: www.saleenclubofamerica.com

August 7, Elkhart, IN

  • Michiana Mustangs’ 27th annual Mustang and Ford Show at the Concord Mall.
  • 8 am until 4 pm. Mustang and participant Ford classes with three awards per class.
  • Info: Carl Kindig 574/674-5462, ckindig@michianamustangs.com; www.michianamustangs.com

August 8, Dearborn, MI

  • 22nd annual Mustang Memories Car Show hosted by the Mustang Owners Club of Southeastern Michigan at Ford World Headquarters.
  • 8:00 am - 5:00 pm. Over 40 classes with 400-500 cars expected. Displays by Classic Design Concepts, MRT, Ford Racing, Livernois Motorsports, and others.
  • Info: Mike Rey 313/304-5244; aces16@comcast.net; www.facebook.com/l/55ee8; www.mocsem.com

August 8th, Yorba Linda, CA

  • The All-Ford Car Show will be located at John Force Race Station in Yorba Linda at 22722 Old Canal Road, Yorba Linda, California
  • 10:00AM- 4:00PM (cars parked 8:00AM – 10:00AM). This show is open to Ford vehicles only, and we are anticipating 300-500 cars. There will be entertainment, and John Force and his entire racing team and family will be present to sign autographs and meet their fans. This show is benefitting the Orange County Food Bank. The fee for each vendor booth will be $150.00, including up to two cars per booth.
  • Info: www.ocmustangclub.org

August 13-15, Virginia Beach, VA

  • Hoofprints in the Sand, a Mustang Club of America national show hosted by the Southeastern Virginia Mustang Club at the Pembroke Mall.
  • Host hotel is the Westin Virginia Beach.
  • Info: Jerry Callender 757/318-6437, jerrycallender@cox.net; www.sevmc.org

August 14, Harrisburg, PA

  • 10th annual Customer Appreciation Day at CJ Pony Parts, celebrating CJ's 25th anniversary.
  • Popular vote car show with 400-500 Mustangs, free hot dogs, door prizes and many activities.
  • Info: 717/657-9252; www.cjponyparts.com.

August 14, Manchester, TN

  • 18th annual Fabulous Fords Forever All-Ford Car Show at Coffee Co. Administrative Plaza, Hwy. 55.
  • Open to all Ford-powered vehicles.
  • Info: 931/455-7154.

August 14, Park City, UT

  • 10th annual Intermountain Mustang and All Ford Stampede at Park City's historic Main Street.
  • Utah's largest and most celebrated Mustang show. Open to Mustangs and all other Ford vehicles.
  • Info: http://numoa.webs.com/imafs2010.htm.

August 14-15, Stillwater, OK

  • KICKER Summer Bash Car and Truck Show hosted by KICKER Audio at KICKER World Headquarters.
  • All cars and trucks. Judging Saturday and awards Sunday. Tours of KICKER headquarters and much more.
  • Info: 1-800-256-KICK (5425); summerbash@kicker.com; shop.kicker.com/summerbash

August 15, Coopersburg, PA

  • 34th annual Coopersburg Collector Car Show & Flea Market hosted by the 1st Pennsylvania Mustang Club at the Southern Lehigh Living Memorial Park.
  • Info: Roger at 215/257-5700; showinfo@1st-pa-mustang.org; www.1st-pa-mustang.org

August 15, Shrewsbury, MA

  • 32nd annual New England Regional All Ford Show & Swap Meet hosted by the Mustang Car Club of New England at the Hebert Candy Mansion, 575 Hartford Turnpike.
  • Over 30 classes in seven divisions for all years of Mustangs, Shelbys, T-Birds, and other Ford family and factory Ford-powered autos, including stock, modified (can be non-Ford powered), and custom. Note: Fire extinguishers required in all show vehicles.
  • Info: MCCNE Info Line 508/674-5462; Jim Silverman evenings 508/584-8848; www.mccne.com.

August 20-22, Evansville, IN

  • Saleen Club of America Midwest Regionals at Casino Aztar
  • Classes for all Saleens, Shelbys, Mustangs and other Fords.
  • Info: Dan Aiken, SCOA Central Regional Director 812-325-2827, theaikens@bluemarble.net; www.saleenclubofamerica.com/Central

August 21, Columbus, NE

  • 19th annual All Ford and Mustang Show hosted by the Platte Valley Mustang Club in conjunction with the Columbus Days celebration around historic Frankfort Square.
  • Classes for all models of Mustangs and Fords.
  • Info: Rex Minert 402/367-4019, rminert@neb.rr.com;www.pnmustangs.net.

August 21, Schenectady, NY

  • 19th annual Dealer Day Car Show hosted by the Adirondack Shelby-Mustang Club at Metro Ford, 3601 State Street.
  • Twenty-two classes for Mustangs and other Ford products. Raffle proceeds to benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Northeast New York.
  • Info: John Watters 518/664-5390; nyasmc@nyasmc.com.

August 22, Columbus, OH

  • All Years All Mustang Show hosted by Mustang Club of Ohio at Krieger Ford, 1800 Morse Rd.
  • Central Ohio’s only all-Mustang show with 20 classes, door prizes, and on-site food. Limited to 175 Mustangs.
  • Info: Dan Trapp 614/777-5091; dantrapp@aol.com; www.mustangclubofohio.com

August 27-29, Sonoma, CA

  • SAAC-35, the 35th annual convention of the Shelby American Automobile Club, at Infineon Raceway.
  • Info: www.saac.com

August 28, Dunn, NC

  • SRUMC All Ford Show at Dunn Benson Ford, hosted by Stangs R Us Mustang Club.
  • Open to all Fords.
  • Info: clubinfo@stangs-r-us.com; www.stangs-r-us.com

September 2-6, Sturgis, SD

  • Sturgis Mustang Rally.
  • Autocross and drag racing, cruise night, poker runs, show and shine on Main St., Mustang rodeo, pub crawl, and more.
  • Info: www.sturgismustang rally.com.

September 3-5, Asheville, NC

  • Mustangs at the Mansion, a Mustang Club of America national event hosted by the Blue Ridge Mustang Club of Asheville at Biltmore Estate.
  • Host hotel is Doubletree Inn. Show participants must purchase tickets to Biltmore Estate at special rate. No charge for spectators, but limited to show site only.
  • Info: Joe Grace 828/667-9213, mustangsatthemansion2010@gmail.com; brmcoa.org

September 3-5, Columbus, OH

  • NMRA Ford Expo at National Trail Raceway.
  • All-Ford drag racing, manufacturer’s midway, and car show.
  • Info: 714/444-2426; www.nmradigital.com

September 3-5, Red Deer, Alberta, CA

  • 2010 International Mustang Meet hosted by the Ford Central Club at the Capri Hotel and Convention Center in Red Deer.
  • Ford-powered Ford vehicles only. Car cruise, poker run, drag race, Show-N-Shine and awards banquet
  • Info: www.mystarcollectorcar.com/4-community/business-directory/727-international-mustang-meet-red-deer-alberta-labor-day-weekend-2010.html

September 10-12, Carrollton, KY

  • The Groovy ‘70s hosted hosted by Derby City Mustang Club at General Butler State Park.
  • Registration fee is $35 (pre-registration $30 before August 16). Friday Pony Trail cruise and welcome bash, Saturday car show and “The Groovy ‘70s” banquet, Sunday awards.
  • Info: Roger Goodin at 502/231-1348, gentron9@bellsouth.net; http://derbycitymustangclub.com.

September 11th, Fargo, ND

  • All Ford Car Show hosted by Northstar Mustangs at Luther Family Ford, 3302 36th St SW.
  • $10 entry fee includes breakfast and lunch.

September 12, Lincoln NE

  • 29th annual Havelock Auto and Truck Show on the Avenue hosted by the Capitol City Ford and Mustang Club.
  • Show from 11 am to 5 pm with awards at 4 pm. Entry is $20 with a free event shirt for entries received by August 31st.
  • Info: www.hoofbeatoflincoln.com

September 12, Manchester, CT

  • 31st annual Mustang Power Show hosted by the Mustang Car Club of New England at Mustangs Unlimited, 440 Adams Street, approximately 1.2 miles east of I-84 at Exit 60.
  • Over 30 classes in five divisions for all years and models of Mustangs, Shelbys, and Mustang-based aftermarket specialties, including stock, modified, and custom. Note: Fire Extinguishers required in all show vehicles.
  • Info: MCCNE Info Line 508/674-5462; Joe Dinella evenings 203/322-4916; www.mccne.com.

September 12, McDonough, GA

  • Mustang and All Ford Show hosted by the Tara Mustang Club at Summit Racing Equipment, 20 King Mill Road.
  • Classes for all Mustangs and special interest Ford cars and trucks (must be Ford powered). Portion of the proceeds to benefit the Georgia Baptist Children’s Home.
  • Info: Leonard Archer 770/846-6717; www.taramustangclub.org.

September 12, Vallejo, CA

  • Fun Ford Sunday at the Solano County Fairgrounds, 900 Fairgrounds Drive, Vallejo, California 94589 sponsored by the Nor-Cal Ford Club Council
  • 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM. An interclub event open to all Ford, Lincolns, and Mercurys and the largest such event in northern California. Marquee cars: 65 years of Thunderbird, 50 years of Falcon and 25 years of Taurus, 25 years of Merkur. It is expected that about 400 cars will be shown. The show benefits various local charities.
  • Info: 650-793-2515, 888-548-2402; PO Box 54, River Pines, Ca. 95675-0054; www.funfordsunday.com.

September 18, St. Louis, MO

  • 23rd annual Mustang & All Ford Show hosted by the Show-Me Mustang Club at Crestwood Court, 109 Crestwood Plaza.
  • Registration fee is $20.00. Thirty-six classes, including new vintage Mustang judged class.
  • Info: visit www.showmemustang.com.

September 19, Beloit, WI

  • 34th Annual Beloit Lions Autorama hosted by Beloit Evening Lions Club, Coachmen Street Rod Club, and Blue Ribbon Classic Chevy Club
  • Car Show, Parts Swap, Car Corral, and Arts & Crafts Sale
  • Info: Todd Nelson 608-290-3628; www.beloitautorama.com

September 19, East Peoria, IL

  • 11th annual Mustang All Ford Show at Uftring Ford.
  • Over 50 classes, rain or shine.
  • Info: Kenyon Wurster 800/723-2723.

September 19, Long Beach, CA

  • Mustangs at Queen Mary 14 hosted by the Beach City Mustang Club at the Queen Mary Events Park, 1126 Queens Hwy.
  • Over 375 Mustangs and Ford expected. Also featuring the SCOA California Saleen Reunion and SoCal Bullitt Regionals.
  • Info: 562/498-2262; qm@bcmc.net; www.bcmc.net.

September 25, Charlotte, NC

  • 30th Annual Mustang & All Ford Show hosted by the Carolina Regional Mustang Club at Keith Hawthorne Ford Lincoln Ford Mercury.
  • $20 pre-registration before September 5; $25 afterward. Nineteen judged classes including concours and specialty. Pony corral and vendors.
  • Info: Ray Michue 704/617-3696, raymond.michue@cms.k12.nc.us; www.ponytales.org.

September 25, Oak Harbor, WA

  • 16th annual Horsepower at the Harbor Car Show hosted by the Island Classic Mustang Club at City Beach on Whidbey Island.
  • Pre-registration is $15 before August 15; $25 afterwards.
  • Info: Robert Clemmer 360/320-1256; www.islandclassicmustangclub.com.

September 29 - October 3, Carlisle, PA

  • Fall Carlisle Collector Car Swap Meet & Corral at the Carlisle, PA Fairgrounds
  • Collector, classic and custom car and truck swap meet, car corral and collector car auction
  • carlisleevents.com/ce/events/fall-carlisle

September 30-October 3, Bowling Green, KY

  • 12th annual NMRA World Finals at Beech bend Raceway.
  • All-Ford drag racing, manufacturer’s midway, and car show.
  • Info: 714/444-2426; www.nmradigital.com

October 2nd, Tecumseh, MI

  • ididit Car Show & Open House located at their facility in Tecumseh, Michigan.
  • 9:00am to 3:00pm. Door prizes, food, and more.
  • Info: (517) 424-7293; www.ididitinc.com

October 3, San Diego, CA

  • Mustang Club of San Diego's 29th annual car show at Sea Port Village.
  • Portion of the proceeds to benefit the California Highway Patrol Widow's and Orphan's Fund and the VFW Post 1774 Holiday Toy Drive.

October 3, Warwick, RI

  • 30th annual Mustang & Fords Fall Round-Up & Swap Meet hosted by the Mustang Car Club of New England at the New England Tech Center for Automotive Technology, 100 Access Road, approximately 1.3 miles south of I-95 at Exit 15.
  • All Mustangs, Shelbys, Ford family, and factory Ford-powered autos, including stock, modified, and custom. Note: Fire extinguishers required in all show vehicles.
  • Info: MCCNE Info Line 508/674-5462; Jim Silverman evenings 508/584-8848; www.mccne.com.

October 10, Hot Springs, AR

  • 29th annual Regional Mustang and Ford Show hosted by the Central Arkansas Mustangers at Riser Ford, 4201 Central Ave.
  • $20 show registration fee; $10 for Pony Corral. Door prizes, food, and free vendor spaces.
  • Info: Dale Cole 501/941-4034, dtcole@suddenlink.net.

October 10, Ventura, CA

  • Ponies by the Sea Car Show hosted by the Tri-County Mustang Club at the Ventura Harbor Village, with proceeds to benefit Guide Dogs of America.
  • People’s Choice classes, plus Best of Show, Best Paint, Best Engine, and a special “Most Likely to get a Ticket” award given by the California Highway Patrol. No admission fee for spectators.
  • Info: general questions, Marcia at 661/713-1774; car classes, call Sue at 800/356-6573; www.tcmustangclub.org.

October 15-17 Hershey, PA

  • SAAC Northeast Regional Tour sponsored by Shelby American Automobile Club and the Lehigh Valley Regional group.
  • This event is for Shelby and Ford powered vehicles. Friday night social. Saturday morning Breakfast followed by a 100 mile driving tour. Saturday night dinner banquet. Closing out the event Sunday with a show at The AACA museum grounds.
  • Info: http://saac.com/

October 23, Tampa, FL

  • 29th Annual Mustang, Shelby and Ford Roundup hosted by the Mustang Club of Tampa, Bill Currie Ford Lincoln Mercury, and the Museum of Science & Industry at the Museum of Science & Industry, 4801 E. Fowler Avenue.
  • Classes for all Mustangs, Shelbys, and Ford-powered cars and trucks. Two free tickets to MOSI provided for each vehicle. Pre-registration through October 16 is $25 per vehicle. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to MOSI’s Kids in Charge educational programs.
  • Info: Chris Meyer 813/961-3223; info@mustangcluboftampa.com; www.mustangcluboftampa.com.

October 24, San Antonio, TX

  • Annual open charity car show hosted by the San Antonio Mustang Club at Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World.
  • Open to all makes, models, and years. Vendors welcome. All profits to Dare to Love children’s charity.
  • Info: Darr Keirn 210/265-9653, carshow2010@samustang.com; www.samustang.com.

October 31st, Costa Mesa, CA

  • The Mustang Madness Car Show will be located at Theodore Robbins Ford in Costa Mesa at 2060 Harbor Blvd., Costa Mesa, California
  • 10:00AM – 3:00PM (cars parked 8:00AM – 10:00AM). This show is open to Ford vehicles only, is limited to 200 cars max., and is consequently pre-registration only – no day-of-show registrations! There will be entertainment, and free food for participants! The fee for each vendor booth will be $30.00, including up to two cars per booth.
  • Info: www.ocmustangclub.org

November 7, Punta Gorda, FL

  • Mustang and Ford Fun in the Sun at Fishermen's Village hosted by Mustang Club of Charlotte County.
  • 9 AM to 3 PM. Pre-registration is $20 by October 22; day of show is $25.
  • Info: swfchuck@comcast.net; www.fishville.com

November 12-14, Houston, TX

  • NMRA Lone Star Shootout at Houston Raceway Park.
  • All-Ford drag racing, manufacturer’s midway, and car show.
  • Info: 714/444-2426; www.nmradigital.com

November 13-14, Polk City, FL

  • Roar n' Soar located at Fantasy of Flight attraction.
  • Classic car show, boast show, and aviation show. Limited openings for classic and antique autos.
  • Info: 863-984-3500; www.roar-n-soar.com

November 21, Sarasota, FL

  • 19th annual Super Sunday Mustang and Ford Show hosted by the Mustang Club of West Central Florida at St. Armands Circle.
  • Free to the public. Limited to 120 cars, including Mustangs and other special interest and antique Ford cars and trucks. $25 pre-registration; no day-of-show entries. Proceeds to benefit TideWell Hospice and Southeastern Guide Dogs.
  • Info: Duke Clancy at 941/356-1136; www.mustangclubofwestcentralflorida.org