April 1, 2001

Regional and local events that include Mustangs in their activites may be listed in this column by sending the necessary information to Mustang Monthly, P.O. Box 7157, Lakeland, FL 33807. Listings must be submitted at least 120 days prior to the event. Please type listings if possible.

March 17, Macon, GA
The Flag City Mustang Club will host the 5th Annual Cherry Blossom Mustang and Ford Show at the Macon Central City Park. All model-year Mustangs and Fords will be eligible for more than 60 trophies. Other classics and custom vehicles welcome.

Free dash plaques and goodie bags to the first 100 registrants. For more information, contact Harris Yaughn at (478) 474-2718 or visit the Web site http://cobrastang.webjump.com/flag.htm.

March 17-18, Rockingham, NC
The Hot Rod Magazine Power Festival 2001 will be held at Rockingham Dragway. There will be a swap meet, a car corral, a show 'n' shine, 11 heads-up classes, and 2 bracket classes. For more information, call (800) 353-0918 or visit the Web site www.emapUSAevents.com.

Pony Trail Event!
March 18, Byron, GA
Mustang Monthly's Pony Trail will start and end at Mustang Central in Byron. The trail will start at 9:30 a.m. and will include a tour of the Robins Air Force Base Museum of Aviation and the infamous Andersonville Prison. For more information, contact Jeff Ford at (863) 644-0449.

March 25, Altamont, IL
The 14th Annual Class Pack Auto and Cycle Swap Meet at the Effingham County Fairgrounds. The vendor auction will begin at 2 p.m. For more information, call Mike Browning at (217) 235-6634.

March 25, Kailua, HI
The All-Ford Show. Any year, style, and condition Mustangs and all other Fords welcome; must be Ford-powered. Free admission and free entry fee. Guest appearance by John Coletti. For more information, contact Darryl Yamane at (808) 677-6975.

March 31-April 1, Charlotte, NC
The Performance Driving School at Carolina Motorsports Park, presented by The Carolina Regional Mustang Club. All driving will be in your own car with a qualified instructor. Registration limited to the first 100 cars. For more information, contact Larry Kilgore at (704) 843-5990 or e-mail SNAKE67500@aol.com.

March 31-April 1, Columbus, OH
The Mid-Ohio Ford Club will sponsor the Columbus Spring Swap Meet, to be held from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday and from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday. All Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury vehicles welcome. For more information, contact Bob Cochran at (614) 475-3585 or fax (614) 475-3589.

April 7, Mobile, AL
The Camellia Classic Open Car Show will be held on the Great Lawn inside Bellingrath Gardens. A family affair with clowns, bands, music, and magicians. For more information, contact John Reid at (334) 666-3761.

April 8, Long Beach, CA
The Long Beach Hi-Performance Swap Meet and Car Show, presented by Ecology Auto Parts is held monthly at Veterans Stadium-rain or shine. Buy, sell, and trade new, used, and antique cars,parts, and accessories. For 24-hour information, call (800) 762-9785 or visit the Web site www.toppingevents.com.

April 14, Charleston, WVThe 5th Annual Spring International SN-95 Late-Model Mustang Show and Swap Meet. All Fox-body Mustangs, SVOs, Capris, and RS bodies welcome. There will be four classes, and MCA Street rules will be in effect. Dash plaques to the first 50 entrants. For more information, write to Frank McKnight Jr., 308 Lawson St., Hurricane, WV 25526 or call (304) 562-6742 after 7 p.m. EST.

April 20-21, Baton Rouge, LA
Mustangs on the Bayou Car Show, hosted by the Baton Rouge Mustangers at All-Star Ford. The show includes classes for all model-year Mustangs and Ford-powered cars from 1964 to 1973. For more information, contact Kathy at (225) 677-5490 or Steve at (225) 272-5843.

April 21, Port Angeles, WA
The Mustangs and Cougars at the Courthouse Car Show (formerly named Mustangs on the Pier) will be held. For more information, call Tom Hostetler at (360) 457-0871 or e-mail tmh@olypen.com.

April 21, Newport News, VA
All-Ford/Truck Show and Swap Meet at the Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport, sponsored by Styling 'Stangs of Hampton Roads. For more information, call Mark Falin at (757) 988-0989 or Jeff Whitt at(804)693-7864or visit the Web site www.stylingstangs.homestead.com/Home.html.

April 21, St. Petersburg, FL
The 14th Annual Mustang-Shelby-Ford Show at the St. Petersburg Municipal Pier. Judged Mustang and Shelby classes include Concours, Occasional Driven, Daily Driven, Modified, '98-'01 Mustangs popular choice. Only preregistered cars and trucks will be judged. For more information, call Jim or Lucy Carroll at (813) 884-8736 or e-mail Jims54@aol.com.

April 21, Englishtown, NJ
The Mustang Showdown I at Old Bridge Township Raceway Park. Open to all Mustangs. Trophies and cash awards. For more information, call (732) 446-7800 or visit the Web sites www.thedrags.com or www.etwonraceway.com.

April 22, Fitchburg, MA
The 31st Annual Flea Market and Car Show will be held from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., rain or shine. There will be 20x20 spaces available (all outdoors) for $25. Admission is $5; children free. For more information, call Bob at (978) 740-2855 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. only.

April 28, Stockton, CA
Mustangs Plus' Annual Car Display from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Display your '6411/42-'01 Mustang or classic Ford. Trophies awarded in many classes. Raffle prizes, lunch, and a super parts sale. For more information, call Ron at (209) 944-1745, e-mail mustangs@mustangsplus.com, or visit the Web site www.mustangsplus.com.

April 29, Half Moon Bay, CA
The 11th Annual Pacific Coast Dream Machines at the Half Moon Bay Airport. More than 1,500 hot rods, customs, musclecars, street machines, and high-performance vehicles on display. For more information, call (650) 726-2328.

May 6, Long Beach, CA
The Long Beach Hi-Performance Swap Meet and Car Show, presented by Ecology Auto Parts is held monthly at Veterans Stadium-rain or shine. Buy, sell, and trade new, used, and antique cars, parts, and accessories. For 24-hour information, call (800) 762-9785 or visit the Web site www.toppingevents.com.May 6, Gettysburg, PA

The 23rd Annual Spring Battlefield Meet, Show, and Swap at Adams County Motors. All Mustangs, Shelbys, and special-interest Fords welcome. For more information, send a SASE to Mike Hufnagle, 2750 Carlisle Park, New Oxford, PA 17350, or call (717) 624-4868

May 12, Mount Airy, MD
The Mid-Maryland Ford Club will host the 3rd Annual All-Ford, Mercury, Lincoln, Mustang, and Truck Show and Vendor Swap Meet at Century Ford from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. There will be 36 classes with participant voting. All model years welcome. For more information, visit the Web site www.x-ress.net/mmfc

May 12, Huntsville, AL
The Rocket City Mustang Club will host and Woody Anderson Ford and Sears will sponsor the 21st Annual Ford Car Show in the Sears parking lot at Madison Square Mall. Classes for all Fords, and judging with modified MCA rules. For more information, contact Rick Underwood at (256) 851-7767 or visit the Web site www.rocketcitymustang.com.

May 17-20, St. Louis, MO
Mustang Monthly and Mustang & Fords Magazines' Auto Show Spectacular 2001 at Gateway International Raceway. For more information, contact World Race Events at (305) 436-0996 or visit the Web site www.worldfordchallenge.com.

Pony Trail Event!
May 18, Nashville, IN
Mustang Monthly's Pony Trail will start and end at Abe Martin Lodge at Brown County State Park. The trail will begin at 9:30 a.m. and will include a stop in Shelby- ville. For more information, contact Jeff Ford at (863) 644-0449.

May 18-20, Nashville, INThe Indiana SAAC will host the 24th Annual Shelby Spring Fling at the Brown County State Park. All Shelbys, Cobras, Tigers, Mustangs, and hi-po Fords welcome. For more information, call Joyce Yates at (812) 988-7146 or fax (812) 988-0146 or e-mail jcyates@indiana.edu

May 19, Union City, GAThe 9th Annual Mustang Show, hosted by the TARA Mustang Club and sponsored by Gene Evans Ford. Registration will be held from 9 a.m. to noon. Show hours are from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Open to all Mustangs, Shelbys, Cobras, and special-interest Fords. Modified MCA judging rules. Trophies awarded. For more information, contact Ricky Thornton at (770) 957-1209.

May 19-20, Memphis, TNThe Hot Rod Magazine Power Festival 2001 will be held at Memphis Motorsports Park. There will be a swap meet, a car corral, a show 'n' shine, 11 heads-up classes, and 2 bracket classes. For more informa- tion, call (800) 353-0918 or visit the Web site www.emapUSAevents.com.

May 20, Sumter, SCThe Annual Mustang and Ford Show will be held at McLaughlin Ford. Open to all Mustangs, Shelbys, Cobras, and special-interest Ford cars and trucks. Dash plaques, door prizes, trophies, and more. For more information, contact Dave Phillips at (803) 258-3839 or Deborah Brown at (803) 788-6117

May 28, Albuquerque, NMThe Rio Grande Mustang Club of New Mexico will host the 19th Annual Mustang and Ford Car Show. Modified MCA rules and classes. Non-Mustang, Ford-powered vehicles welcome. For more information, contact Mac McMullen at (505) 294-7902 or Wally Short at (505) 299-4573.

June 9, Grand Rapids, MIThe West Michigan Mustang Club will host the 20th Annual Mustang and All-Ford Car Show and Swap Meet at Tony Betten & Sons Ford. Dash plaques and goodie bags to the first 200 participants. Registration from 8 to 11 a.m. For more information, call Ron Stratton at (616) 246-6919 or Mike Jones at (616) 538-5579 or visit the Web site http://wmmc.stangnet.com.

June 10, Long Beach, CAThe Long Beach Hi-Performance Swap Meet and Car Show, presented by Ecology Auto Parts is held monthly at Veterans Stadium-rain or shine. Buy, sell, and trade new, used, and antique cars, parts, and accessories. For 24-hour information, call (800) 762-9785 or visit the Web site www.toppingevents.com

June 23-24, Bowling Green, KYThe Hot Rod Magazine Power Festival 2001 will be held at Beech Bend Raceway. There will be a swap meet, a car corral, a show 'n' shine, 11 heads-up classes, and 2 bracket classes. For more information, call (800) 353-0918 or visit the Web site www.emapUSAevents.com.