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December 1, 2011

January 8-9, Silver Springs, FL

  • 17th 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.

February 26, Orlando, FL

  • 24th annual Mustang and Ford Roundup hosted by the Mid-Florida Mustang Club at Waterford Lakes Town Center, 413 North Alafaya Trail.
  • Mustang Club of America modified judging for pre-registered Mustangs and Ford-powered Fords up to '08 models. Popular vote for '09-'11 models.
  • Info: www.midfloridamustangclub.com.

March 3-6, Bradenton, FL

  • 17th annual Nitto Tire NMRA Spring Break Shootout presented by Steeda at Bradenton Motorsports Park.
  • All-Ford drag racing, manufacturer’s midway, and car show.
  • Info: 714/444-2426; www.nmradigital.com

March 19, Pinellas Park, FL

  • 24th annual Mustang-Shelby-Ford Show hosted by the Suncoast Mustang Club at Country in the Park, Town Square Plaza Park at 5010 81st Avenue North.
  • Open to Mustang, Shelby, Ford, Mercury, Lincoln, or Ford-powered cars and trucks. Only pre-registered cars will be judged.
  • Info: info@suncoastmustangclub.com; www.suncoastmustangclub.com

March 25-27, Pensacola, FL

  • 32nd Annual Gulf Coast Regional Mustang and All-Ford Show sponsored by the Gulf Coast Regional Mustang Club.
  • Fourth year at the Pensacola Interstate Fairgrounds, 6655 Mobile Hwy., Pensacola, Fl. 32526. In addition on the MIday, other individual car shows include a three day (Mar 25-27th) Trans Am Show and a one day (Mar 26th) Falcon, Mopar, and Open, and displays of exotic German and British Sports Cars. Shows are free to the public.
  • Info: Donnie Carlisle 251-961-1411, carlisle@gulftel.com; gulfcoastmustangclub.org

March 26, Dillon, SC

  • Round Up at the Border Mustang and Classic Ford Show at South of the Border, located at I-95 and Hwy. 301.
  • Hosted by the Eastern South Carolina Mustang Club. Over 100 awards using modified Mustang Club of America Street Driven rules.
  • Info: Gene Turner 843/669-0385; gtmustang@bellsouth.net.

April 2, Polk City, FL

  • 14th Annual Mustangs & Mustangs at Fantasy of Flight – located off I-4, Exit #44 - Polk City, Florida, Phone 863-984-3500
  • Open to all Ford-powered vehicles with modified judging. 2010-2011 cars by popular vote. Legendary P-51 Mustang airplanes on display.
  • Info: Pat Rego 863/665-2322 between 8 AM–5 PM; 863/838-6817 6 PM–10 PM; pats7up@aol.com; www.imperialmustangclub.org

April 2-3, Columbus, OH

  • Columbus Spring Swap All-Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury Swap Meet at the Ohio Exposition Center, I-71 and 17th Ave.
  • Four buildings full of cars and parts (Ford only), new and used.
  • Info: Richard at 614/855-4750; www.springswap.com

April 14-17, Commerce, GA

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

April 15-16, Alamogordo, NM

  • White Sands Mustang/Ford Round-Up hosted by the Alamogordo Mustang Club.
  • Friday night dinner/get-together at Margo’s Mexican Food, Saturday Car Show open to all Mustangs and Fords. Registration is $30 (pre-registration $25 before April 8).
  • Info: Otto Dusak at 575/442-1402; alamostang@hotmail.com; www.alamostang.com.

April 29-May 1, Hermann, MO

  • Shelbyfest, a celebration of Shelby Mustangs, Cobras, and other vehicles.
  • Friday evening cruise and concert, Saturday car show in downtown Hermann, Sunday morning pancake breakfast.
  • Info: www.shelbyfest.net

April 30, Frankfort, KY

  • Kentucky Pony Car Round-Up at Juniper Hill Park, hosted by the Frankfort Mustangs Club and sponsored by the City of Frankfort's Department of Parks, Recreation and Historic Sites.
  • Open to Mustangs and all other ponycars – Cougar, Camaro, Firebird, Challenger, Barracuda, Javelin, or AMX.
  • Info: Tom Fugate 502/695-0102; www.frankfortmustangsclub.org.

May 1, Woodland Hills, CA

  • Mustangs and Fords at Warner Park, hosted by the Mustang Owners Club of California.
  • Stock and personalized classes for Mustangs and other Fords. Registration is $40 ($35 before April 20). Raffle, vendors, pony corral for first-time entries.
  • Info: Patrick Fitzgerald 818/882-6314; www.mustangownersofca.org

May 7, Buford, GA

  • Mustang and Ford Show hosted by the SVT Cobra Mustang Club at the Mall of Georgia Ford Dealership.
  • Open to all Mustangs and Fords. Free test drives, portable dyno, and raffle prizes.
  • Info: Tony Sorrentino 803/371-0725, tony@svtcobraclub.com; www.svtcobraclub.com.

May 7, Huntsville, AL

  • 31st annual All Ford Powered and Mustang Car Show hosted by the Rocket City Mustang Club in the Sears parking lot at the Madison Square Mall.
  • Classes for all vehicles, with awards based on modified Mustang Club of America judging. Popular vote for ’10-’11 cars. $20 entry fee. Vendors and car/parts corral.
  • Info: president@rocketcitymustang.com; www.rocketcitymustang.com

May 13-15, Atco, NJ

  • 11th annual NMRA Ford Nationals presented by Downs Ford Motorsports at Atco Raceway.
  • All-Ford drag racing, manufacturer’s midway, and car show.
  • Info: 714/444-2426; www.nmradigital.com

May 14, Union City, GA

  • 19th Annual Mustang and All Ford Show at Gene Evans Ford Body Shop, presented by the Tara Mustang Club and Gene Evans Ford.
  • Over 30 classes for '64 1/2-'09 Mustangs using modified Mustang Club of America judging. Popular vote for '10-'11 Mustangs.
  • Info: Bob Mathews 770/787-9427; www.taramustangclub.org

May 15, Kansas City, MO

  • 30th Annual Mustang-Cobra-Ford Powered Car Show & Swap Meet hosted by Mid-America Mustangers at Gary Crossley Ford.
  • Judged event using MCA Street Driven and Modified Rules. 25 classes plus Best of Show, Long Distance, and Club Participation.
  • Info: Gary Hanson 816/524-7669; www.midamericamustangers.com.

May 20-22, Jacksonville, FL

  • Mustang Club of America River City National Mustang Show, hosted by the Jacksonville Mustang Club at River City Marketplace, I-95 and Duval Road.
  • To benefit the Murray Hill Disabled Learning Center.
  • Info: www.jmcmustang.net.

May 20-22, Nashville, IN

  • 34th Annual Shelby Spring Fling hosted by Indiana SAAC with cooperating regions of SAAC: IL, KY, MI, MO, OH, TN, WI & Midwest Tigers East/Alpines East held at Brown County State Park.
  • Fri: Pony Trails, Welcoming Bash. Sat: Car Show, Picnic, Banquet, Awards Program. Sun: Road Rallye. Includes Cobras, Shelbys, Tigers, Bosses, Mach 1’s, Saleens, Roushes, Steedas, all Mustangs, and Hi- Po Ford vehicles.
  • Info: Joyce Yates, 4005 Lower Schooner Road, Nashville, IN 47448, 812-988-7146, jcyates @ indiana.edu; www.indianasaac.com

May 21, Saginaw, MI

  • Armed Forces Day Show and Shine hosted by the Mustang Club of Mid Michigan at Culver's Restaurant, 5369 Bay Rd.
  • All cars, trucks, and vans welcome. Proceeds to benefit the Saginaw County Veterans Memorial Plaza.
  • Info: 989/482-1648.

May 22, Milwaukee/Cudahy, WI

  • Wisconsin Early Mustangers 29th Anniversary All Ford Show and Swap sponsored by Ewald's Venus Ford – 2727 E. Layton Ave., Cudahy.
  • 8am-3pm (Rain or Shine). Check-in 8-11:30am. Reg. $10. Dash plaques to the 1st 200 vehicles. Trophies in 28 classes.
  • Info: Tom Miller 414/764-6726; Dawn Raduechel treasure65@hotmail.com; www.wemustangers.com

May 27-29, Danville, VA

  • SVT Superfest/SAAC 36 hosted by the SVT Cobra Mustang Club, SVT’s Owner’s Association, and the Shelby American Automobile Club at Virginia International Raceway.
  • Three days of on-track activities, Saturday and Sunday car show (judged and popular vote), historic exhibition race, event banquets (separate SCMC/SVTOA and SAAC), and Friday meet and greet.
  • Info: www.svtcobraclub.com, wwwsvtoa.com, and www.saac.com.

May 28-29, Albuquerque, NM

  • 29th annual Mustang Club of America Regional Show hosted by the Rio Grande Mustang Club at the Marriott Pyramid Hotel.
  • Saturday evening snacks in the Sandia Suite, Sunday judged car show and evening banquet with door prizes and trophy awards. Registration $25. All classes except Participant Choice will be judged using modified MCA rules.
  • Info: Frank McMullan 505/294-7902, f.mcmullan@q.com.

June 3-5, Carlisle, PA

  • 15th annual Ford Nationals at the Carlisle Fairground, presented by Carlisle Events.
  • One of the largest all-Ford events in the country with 2,200 cars in the Showfield and special displays, plus Manufacturers Midway, test drive by Ford, burnout contest, kids’ activities, drag racing, autocross, cars for sale, and huge swap meet.
  • Info: 717/243-7855; www.carlisleevents.com

June 8-12, Branson, MO

  • Branson Mustang Rally at the Quality Inn, 3269 Shepard of the Hills Expressway, to benefit the children of the Little Light House for children with special needs.
  • Info: greencountryclassicmustang.com

June 10-12, Reno, NV

  • Restomods in Reno presented by the Reno Mustang Car Club at the Grand Sierra Resort and Casino.
  • Open to stock and restomod Mustangs, plus all other Ford vehicles.
  • Info: www.restomodsinreno.com; www.renomustangcarclub.com.

June 11, Calhoun, GA

  • 31st annual Mustang & Ford Show & Swap meet hosted by the Cherokee Regional Mustang Club at Gordon Central High School Athletic Complex.
  • Twenty-one classes for Mustangs, Bosses, and Shelbys along with special interest Fords and pickup trucks.
  • Info: Marion Clayton 770/548-6654; www.cherokeemustangclub.com

June 11, Grand Rapids, MI

  • 30th annual Mustang & All Ford Car Show hosted by the West Michigan Mustang Club at Tony Betten & Sons Ford, 3839 Plainfield Ave. NE.
  • Awards, Pony Corral for-sale area, auto-related swap meet. Participant vote in 29 Mustang classes.
  • Info: Dave Dunn 616/365-1151, thunder1992@att.net.

June 12, Manchester, CT

  • 34th annual Mustang Spring Round-Up hosted by the Mustang Car Club of New England at Mustangs Unlimited, 440 Adams Street.
  • Over 30 classes in five divisions for all years and models of Mustangs, Shelbys, and Mustang-based aftermarket specialties, including stock, modified, and custom. Fire extinguishers required in all show vehicles.
  • Info: MCCNE Info Line 508/674-5462; Joe Dinella evenings 203/322-4916; www.mccne.com.

June 12-13, Dearborn, MI

  • SAAC Motor City Region Show and Go, with Sunday show and swap at Ford World Headquarters and Monday track event at Waterford Hills Road Race Course (4770 Waterford Rd., Clarkston, MI 48348).
  • Info: Jim Binder 586/776-4836; sasgroup@comcast.net; www.saac-mcr.net.

June 15-19, Tulsa, OK

  • 37th annual Mid America Ford and Team Shelby Nationals.
  • Three days of open track at Hallett Motor Racing Circuit, Saturday drag racing at Tulsa Raceway Park, Sunday All-Ford Car Show at the Tulsa Southern Hills Marriott, swap meet at all three locations, Thursday night cruise to the Brady Arts District, Friday evening reception, and Saturday night banquet with guest speakers.
  • Info: David Apgar at 405/946-3382; david@midamericafordmeet.com; www.midamericafordmeet.com

June 16-18, Steamboat Springs, CO

  • 23rd annual Rocky Mountain Mustang Roundup hosted by a number of Colorado Mustang Clubs.
  • Scenic Mountain Tour on Thursday, Friday autocross and evening social, Saturday car show, Sunday awards breakfast.
  • Info: www.rmmr.org

June 17-18, Sellersburg, IN

  • 16th annual Mustang and All Ford Weekend hosted by the Falls City Mustang Club of Southern Indiana at Jim O'Neal Ford, 516 S. Indiana Ave.
  • Friday Pony Drive cruise, Saturday show open to all Ford-powered vehicles. Mustang Club of America modified judging in 25 classes.
  • Info: Steve Merritt 812/944-5271, grouch007@sbcglobal.net; www.fallscitymustangclub.com.

June 18, Greensboro, NC

  • 29th annual Mustang and Ford Show hosted by the Gate City Triad Mustang Club at Green Ford, 3800 West Wendover Ave.
  • Proceeds to benefit Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest NC and Ambucs.
  • Info: Ed Currie 336/339-8492, ed@piedmonttriadproductions.com

June 18, Lexington, KY

  • Dad's & Grad's Car Show hosted by the Bluegrass Mustang Club at the Valvoline World Headquarters, Palumbo Drive and Darby Creek Lane.
  • Food ,vendor area, and auto corral.
  • Info: Del Mercier 859/224-4981, demerci@email.uky.edu; www.bluegrassmustang.com

June 23-26, Joliet, IL

  • Nitto Tire NMRA/NMCA Super Bowl of Street Legal Drag Racing at Route 66 Raceway.
  • Info: 714/444-2426; www.nmradigital.com

June 25, Olathe, KS

  • 26th Annual Mustang and Ford Show & Swap Meet hosted by the Mustang Club of Greater Kansas City at Bass Pro Shops, 12051 Bass Pro Drive.
  • All Mustang classes will be judged using the Mustang Club of America national judging rules. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Wounded Warrior Project.
  • Info: Tom Fowler 913/491-0377, redlinetom@aol.com; mustangclubofgreaterkc.com.

June 26, Van Nuys, CA

  • Mustangs in the Park hosted by the Mustang Owners Club of California at Woodley Park.
  • Registration is $45 ($40 before June 14). Factory stock and personalized classes for Mustangs and other Fords. Raffle, vendors, pony corral for first-time entries.
  • Info: Patrick Fitzgerald 818/882-6314; www.mustangownersofca.org

July 2, Saratoga Springs, NY

  • Mustang and Ford Show hosted by the SVT Cobra Mustang Club at Saratoga Springs Museum.
  • Open to all Mustangs amd Fords.
  • Info: Ken Walder 973/809-3852, kenw66@optonline.net; www.svtcobraclub.com.

July 8-10, Fontana, CA

  • NMRA/NMCA West Coast Shootout at Auto Club Speedway.
  • All-Ford drag racing, manufacturer’s midway, and car show.
  • Info: 714/444-2426; www.nmradigital.com

July 9-10, Bristol, TN

  • Blue Oval Bash at Thunder Valley Dragway.
  • Drag racing, all-Ford powered car show on Saturday, and vendors. Gates open at 9:00am.
  • Info: www.bristoldragway.com; 423/989-6900.

July 14-17, Bellevue, WA

  • Mustangs Northwest Round-Up and All-Ford Picnic hosted by the Mustangs Northwest car club.
  • Thursday Ride and Drive road course event at Pacific Raceways, Friday Pony Trails cruise, Saturday judged show and Sunday People’s Choice show at Bellevue Community College. Saturday night banquet.
  • Info: www.mustangsnorthwest.com.

July 16-17, Vandalia, IL

  • Midwest All Ford Nationals sponsored by the Vandalia Lions Club at Vandalia Lake Campground and Marina.
  • Admission is $5 with all proceeds going to the Vandalia Lions Club. Stock and Modified classes for '64 1/2-'11 Mustangs, with categories divided by generation.
  • Info: Tony Lawler 618/283-2775.

July 17, Elyria, OH

  • Mustang & Ford Show hosted by the North Coast Mustang Club of Ohio at Nick Abraham Elyria Ford, 1115 East Broad.
  • George Conrad’s Shelby collection on display along with awards, door prizes, raffles, and goodie bags. Benefits Boys & Girls Club of Lorain County.
  • Info: 440/934-7112; www.ncmco.org

July 17, Marlboro, MA

  • 27th annual Mustang & Ford 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 welcome, including stock, modified, and custom. Fire extinguishers required in all show vehicles.
  • Info: MCCNE Info Line 508/674-5462; Joe Dinella evenings 203/322-4916; www.mccne.com.

July 17, Regina, Saskatchewan

  • Mustang Owners Club of Saskatchewan's annual Show'N'Shine at Toys R US, 730 Albert St.
  • All Mustangs and specialty Ford are welcome.
  • Info: Saul Lipton 3-6/586-6984.

July 22-23, 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

July 30, Vancouver, WA

  • 25th annual Mustang Stampede and All-Ford Show presented by the Mustangs Unlimited Car Club of Washington at the First Church of God, 3300 NE 78th St.
  • Show classes for all Mustangs, plus other Fords.
  • Info: Cece Wanke 360/256-5009; www.mustangsunlimitedclub.com

July 31, St. Louis, MO

  • 25th annual Fords Unlimited car show sponsored by Dave Sinclair Ford at J. S. McDonnell Park.
  • Open to all Ford-powered vehicles, originally Ford-powered, or Ford body or replica. $20 registration.
  • Info: Jim Biermann at 314/608-3103; www.fordsunlimited.com

August 4-7, Madison, IN

  • Saleen Club of America National Meet at the Riverboat Inn.
  • Thursday meet and greet, Friday cruise, Saturday show, and Sunday rally, with special guest Kenny Brown.
  • Info: www.saleenclubofamerica.com.

August 5-7, Dearborn, MI

  • Boss Reunion organized by the Boss 302 Registry, in conjunction with the Mustang Owners Club of Southeastern Michigan’s Mustang Memories Car Show at Ford World headquarters.
  • Open to ’69-’71 Boss Mustangs and 2012 Boss 302s.
  • Info: www.boss302.com.

August 6, Austin, TX

  • 31st annual Round Up of Mustangs and Fords hosted by the Mustang Owners Club of Austin at the Great Hills Baptist Church parking lot, 10500 Jollyville Road.
  • Info: carshowinfo@mocatx.com; www.mocatx.com

August 6, Boulder, CO

  • Special event to celebrate the 15th Anniversary of the Shelby American Collection, 5020 Chaparral Court.
  • Focusing on the Cobra-Ferrari War with all proceeds benefitting the Shelby American Collection by aiding in the restoration and preservation of the classic cars and helping fund museum operations. Special autograph session Bob Bondurant, Jack Sears, Allen Grant, Lew Spencer, Tom Yeager, and artist Bill Neale. Outdoor vintage car show. Cost is $75.
  • Info: www.brownpapertickets.com/event/180728.

August 6, Elkhart, IN

  • Michiana Mustangs 28th annual Mustang and Ford Show at Concord Mall.
  • Registration: $20 for judged Mustangs, $15 participant ($12 before August 1).
  • Info: Carl Kindig 574/256-2173, ckindig@michianamustangs.com; www.michianamustangs.com.

August 6, Greely, CO

  • 35th annual Horsefeather Car Show sponsored by the Early Mustang Club of Colorado.
  • Trophies for top three in all classes. $20 pre-registration fee.
  • Info: Darrell Schwartzkopf 303/748-2678.

August 6, Springfield, MO

  • The Greater Ozarks Mustang Club presents the 22nd annual All Ford Car Show, August 6, 2011 at Friendly Ford, 3241 S. Glenstone, Springfield, MO.
  • Registration is open 8:00 A.M. - 11:00 A.M. Registration is $25 day of the show and $20 in advance.
  • Info: www.gomc.org

August 14, Auburn, MA

  • 33rd annual All Ford and First All American Pony Car Show hosted by the Mustang Car Club of New England at a new location, the Auburn Mall, 385 Southbridge Street.
  • Open to Ford, GM, Mopar, and AMC pony cars, plus Ford family and factory Ford-powered autos, including stock, modified, and custom. Fire extinguishers required in all show vehicles.
  • Info: MCCNE Info Line 508/674-5462; Joe Dinella evenings 203/322-4916; www.mccne.com.

August 20, Columbus, NE

  • 20th annual Mustang and All Ford Car Show hosted by the Platte Valley Mustang Club at Historic Frankfort Square in conjunction with Columbus Days Celebration.
  • Ribs, live music, and fun events all day.
  • Info: www.pvmustangs.net

August 20, Schenectady, NY

  • 20th annual Dealer Day Car Show hosted by the Adirondack Shelby-Mustang Club at Metro Ford, 3601 State St.
  • Twenty-three new classes for all makes and models with unbiased judging and separate classes for club member cars. Raffle proceeds to benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Northeast NY.
  • Info: Walt Dugan 518/279-3791; nyasmc@nyasmc.com.

August 21, Coopersburg, PA

  • 35th annual Coopersburg Collector Car Show hosted by the First Pennsylvania Mustang Club at Southern Lehigh Living Memorial Park on Route 309.
  • Special celebrity appearance by "Miss Hurst," Linda Vaughan, sponsored by Ford. Thirty-five show classes for all makes and models, including 11 for Mustangs.
  • Info: Denise 215/892-6758; www.1st-pa-mustang.org.

August 21, Springfield, IL

  • 33rd annual Mustang and All-Ford Show hosted by the Central Illinois Mustangers at Crossroads Ford, 100 North Hill St.
  • Twenty-six classes judged by relaxed Mustang Club of America rules.
  • Info: Rick Hector 217/725-2874; www.cimclub.com

August 27, Henderson, NC

  • Kerr Lake Fords' All Ford Show at Advantage Ford, 1675 Dabney Dr.
  • Info: J.H. Hamm 252-492-4648; hammjohnny@yahoo.com.

September 1-5, Spokane, WA

  • 32nd International Mustang Meet hosted by the Inland Empire Mustang Club at Northern Quest Resort and Casino.
  • Over 80 classes for all years of Mustangs and other Ford-powered cars and trucks. Other activities include welcome party, vendors, cruise, pokier run, autocross, drags, and awards banquet.
  • Info: Barry Barton 509/468-8730; www.inlandempiremustangclub.com.

September 2-4, Columbus, OH

  • 33rd annual 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 9-10, Carrollton, KY

  • 14th annual "September in the Park" Mustang and All Ford Show presented by the Derby City Mustang Club at General Butler State Resort Park.
  • Friday Pony Trails cruise and Welcome Bash; Saturday show and evening banquet with "Wild, Wild West" theme.
  • Info: Donna or Roger Goodin 502/231-1348, dsgoodin@bellsouth.net; www.derbycitymustangclub.com.

September 9-10, Sevierville, TN

  • The Forge Classic, featuring ’64-’11 Mustang performance cars, at Bridgemont events center.
  • Info: www.forgemusclecarshow.com.

September 11, Southold, NY

  • Lucas Ford Mustang, Steeda Stampede, and Classic Ford Show hosted by the Mustang & Shelby Club of Long Island at Lucas Ford Lincoln (3245 Hortons Lane).
  • Open to all Ford-powered makes and models.
  • Info: 631/371-1432; info@mcsli.com; www.mscli.com

September 18, Birch Run, MI

  • 18th annual All Ford and Mustang Car Show hosted by the Mustang Club of Mid Michigan at the Dixie Motor Speedway, Exit 136 off I-75.
  • Info: 989/799-7867; msypres@hotmail.com; www.mustangclubmidmichigan.com.

September 25, Van Nuys. CA

  • Mustangs at Airtel Plaza hosted by the Mustang Owners Club of California.
  • Registration is $45 ($40 before September 15). Ninety-four classes for 64 1/2-'11 Mustangs with concours for '64 1/2-'73.
  • Info: Patrick Fitzgerald 818/882-6314; www.mustangownersofca.org

September 30-October 2, Bowling Green, KY

  • 13th annual Nitto Tire NMRA All-Ford World Finals at Beech Bend Raceway.
  • All-Ford drag racing, manufacturer’s midway, and car show.
  • Info: 714/444-2426; www.nmradigital.com

October 1, Prattville, AL

  • Mustang and All Ford Show hosted by the Heart of Dixie Mustang Club at Gilmore Ford to benefit local Alabama Charities.
  • Registration fee is $20 (pre-registration $15 before September 24). All Ford products welcome. Awards for multiple classes.
  • Info: Gina Black 334/657-4246; ginablack@vzw.blackberry.net.

October 2, San Diego, CA

  • 30th Annual Mustangs by the Bay Car Show hosted by the San Diego Mustang Club at the Embarcadero Marina Park North in Sea Port Village.
  • Open to all '65-'11 Mustangs.
  • Info: Ron Gregory 661/619-6261, rgregory@ephmc.com; www.sdmustangclub.com

October 2, Wilmington, DE

  • 28th Annual Fall All Ford Show hosted by the First State Mustang and Ford Club at Sheridan Ford, 4001 Kirkwood Highway.
  • All Ford, Lincoln, Mercury, and Ford family products welcome (must be Ford powered). Trophies for many categories including with judging by popular vote. $15 registration fee.
  • Contact: Tim Narvell at 973/418-8430 or email timnarvell@gmail.com.

October 9, Hot Springs, AR

  • 30th annual Mustang Club of America Regional Show sponsored by the Central Arkansas Mustangers at Riser Ford, 4201 Central Ave.
  • Open to all Mustangs and Fords. Judged classes or show only.
  • Info: Joe Healy 501/681-2521; www.centralarkansasmustangers.com.

October 14-16, Hershey PA

  • 2011 Northeast Regional SAAC Meet hosted by the Lehigh Valley PA SAAC Club and located at Car show at AACA Museum, Hershey PA.
  • Friday night social, Saturday driving event and Sunday car show.
  • Info: Dan Reiter 610-253-7107 evenings and weekends; reiterdrds@ptd.net; www.lehighvalleypasaac.com

October 23, San Antonio, TX

  • Annual open car show hosted by the San Antonio Mustang Club at Bass Pro Chops Outdoor World.
  • All profits go to Dare to Love children's charity. Open to all makes and models with 45 classes.
  • Info: Fred Frederick 210/444-9076; website at www.samustang.com.

October 23, Victoria, Australia

  • Mustang Round Up and State Concours presented by the Mustang Owners of Australia, Victorian branch, at the Dandenong Show Grounds.
  • Also incorporating the Shelby Nationals. Over 400 Mustangs on display from '64 1/2 to current, including racing Mustangs. Three judged classes (for club members): Original Concours, Modified Concours, and Show 'n' Shine.
  • Info: Adam Richmond at 61 3 9775- 6074 (AH); www.mustang.org.au/vic.

October 29, Tampa, FL

  • 30th anniversary Mustang, Shelby, and Ford Roundup hosted by the Mustang Club of Tampa and Bill Currie Ford/Lincoln at the Museum of Science & Industry at 4801 E. Fowler Ave.
  • A portion of the proceeds will be donated to MOSI’s Kids in Charge educational programs. Classes for all years of Mustangs, Shelbys, and Ford-powered cars and trucks. Two free tickets to MOSI provided to each vehicle and vendor. Pre-registration through October 22 is $25. No charge to view the cars.
  • Info: Frank Cossota 813/376-8979; info@mustangcluboftampa.com; www.mustangcluboftampa.com.

October 29, Wilmington, DE

  • Toy Drive Cruise hosted by First State Mustang and Ford Club at Ruby Tuesdays, 4732 Limestone Rd.
  • Open to all makes, models, and years. Admission is one unwrapped toy or a monetary donation. All proceeds go to A.I. DuPont Children’s Hospital.
  • Info: Tim Narvell 973/418-8430; timnarvell@gmail.com.

November 6, Mission, TX

  • 19th annual Mustang Roundup Car Show and Contest hosted by the South Texas Mustang Club at Spikes Ford, 805 E. Expressway 83.
  • Open to all Mustangs and Fords. Registration is $20.
  • Info: Jesse Islas 956/681-0586; visit www.stmc.ws.

November 7, Punta Gorda, FL

  • "Fun in the Sun at Fishermen's Village" Mustang and Ford Car Show hosted by the Mustang Club of Charlotte County.
  • Merchant's Choice award is a two-night stay at Fishermen's Village.
  • Info: Chuck White 941/276-4865, swfchuck@comcast.net; http://mustangclub92.tripod.com.

November 11-13, Houston, TX

  • Nitto Tire NMRA/NMCA 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 19-20, Chicago, IL

  • The Third Annual Muscle Car & Corvette Nationals at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center.
  • 500 of the world's rarest and most desirable muscle cars. Swap Meet. Family Activities. Saturday - 9AM - 9PM / Sunday 9 AM - 5PM Sunday
  • Info: Rob Eiseman 847-418-8051; Mara Greenwald 847-418-8085; www.mcacn.com or www.facebook.com/MCACN

November 20, Sarasota, FL

  • 20th annual Ponies Under the Palms Super Sunday Mustang and Ford Show hosted by the Mustang Club of West Central Florida at St. Armands Circle.
  • Awards for Mustangs and other special interest and antique Fords. Limited to 130 cars. Pre-registration is $25 before November 14; no day of show registration due to limited space. “Weekend in Sarasota” raffle to benefit TideWell Hospice and Southeastern Guide Dogs.
  • Info: Duke Clancy 941/356-1136; www.mustangclubofwestcentralflorida.org.