Pete Epple Technical Editor
January 13, 2012

On August 21, 2011, (AM) hosted the third of its annual charity car shows. Deleware County Community College in Media, Pennsylvania, played host to AM's largest show to date--with all the proceeds benefitting the Wounded Warriors Project.

After a rain-out the previous week, the AM crew was poised for a good turnout, but Mother Nature kept a few Stangers from coming out with another foul forecast. Once the show was in full swing, 611 Mustangs and Fords filled the grounds, and over 2,000 spectators were on hand to take in the sights.

The manufacturers' midway was packed with many of the great aftermarket companies who supply the parts and go-fast goodies AM sells. Modern Muscle brought out its mobile chassis dyno, giving attendees a chance to see some serious horsepower before heading to the AM tent, where computers were set up for people to order parts. Show specials were available, and ordered parts were delivered directly to the show.

Like the past two years, all of the proceeds from the show were donated to charity. This year, the Wounded Warrior Project was the recipient. The show profits combined with the AM employee contribution (day of show salaries) totaled $14,511! With this kind of turnout--even in questionable weather--we can't wait to see this show grow in the years to come.

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