Michael Johnson
Associate Editor, 5.0 Mustangs & Super Fords
December 16, 2010

Known officially as AmericanMuscle's 2010 Charity Car Show, this was the company's second go-round at holding a show to thank its customers.

The company's business model is that of allowing its customers to order straight from its website. The show, however, allows AmericanMuscle customers to meet the staff, and also talk to various manufacturers. Many of AmericanMuscle's aftermarket suppliers had displays at the show, which was held at Kimberton Fairgrounds in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania. This allowed AM's customers to meet supplier representatives in person to talk about existing and future products.

However, the show also presented an opportunity to help those from our military forces get back to a normal life. The show includes a raffle, with all donations going to the charity Homes for Troops. The charity, as its name implies, helps provide homes for injured troops returning home from combat. Last year's show raised over $8,000 for the charity, but this year's $14,825 dwarfed that number significantly, which is a good thing.

Besides those features, the AM show gave those in attendance the opportunity to peruse over 500 Mustangs, and there were more in the general parking area. In total, the show hosted 524 Mustangs. Check out some of them in the following captions.

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