Karen Furst
January 2, 2019

The 37th Annual Wisconsin Early Mustangers All Ford Car Show will be on May 19, 2019. While the name says Early Mustangers, all models and years of Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury vehicles are welcome. It is Wisconsin’s largest All Ford Show and averages approximately 300 registered cars and over 2,000 spectators. The show fills four acres of available parking at the Ewald’s Venus Ford Dealership. Cars from the earliest Model As to the newest Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury's cars, trucks, and SUV’s can be seen. The show is set up and run by Wisconsin Early Mustangers members.

Early registration (until May1) is $8 and day of show registration is $10. There are 26 show classes awards and People’s Choice Award that will be presented based solely on participant voting, plus the host, Ewald’s Venus Ford, presents an award for Dealer’s Choice. Classes range from stock and modified/customized vehicles to the Mustang Hi-Performance, Mach 1, Bullitt, Roush, Saleen, and Steeda. While most vehicles are driven to the show, they also have trailer queens and non-street legal vehicles registered. Over the years the Sprint cars, Cobras, street rods, and special interest vehicles are always something special to see.

This car show is a family friendly event, with local organizations and business providing food, beverages, and delicious treats. A DJ provides great rock and roll music and special announcements all day long. Inside the service bay you can learn more about the Wisconsin Early Mustangers, checkout the swap meet area or purchase raffle tickets.

Over the past few years we have been lucky enough to have the Ford Performance Trailer present. It provided a chance to learn about and see the new innovations Ford has to offer automotive enthusiasts. They also bring a couple of amazing new Mustangs to enjoy.

Show profits are used to award an Automotive Mechanic Apprenticeship Scholarship to an individual showing the interest and talent to become a professional mechanic. Applicants are chosen from Ewald’s Venus Ford mechanics who apply. Recipients must maintain a set grade point average and meet the requirements for the scholarship.

For more information visit www.wemustangers.com or visit Wisconsin Early Mustangers on Facebook.

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