I have 46 pictures and nowhere to host them.
They had the entire original Mustang design team there including Carroll Shelby
and John Force. Jack Roush
was riding around in one of his Roush Convertibles going to an autograph session.
The Concours (Judging) Class is incredible. Ever car there is in almost orginal condition. Then they had the Late Model and Classic cars divided.
They had Mustang No.1 and the prototype there. The prototype is actually pretty small compared the the production car.
As far as the 2005 Mustang
goes, production starts in September and will be in dealership in late October or early November. They had two GTs, red and white, and then the green V6. They were letting people sit in the red GT and popped the hood and trunk and let people look around at it. And everyone who ever complained about the shifter in our cars, we'll you got a real, real
short on in the 2005.
They are still working on the V6 from what I say, they had the skirts unpainted on the car, it was an automatic also. They didn't have the hood popped. But, the exhaust system comes out on the other side and has a cutout on that side.
But some of the swap meet prices are insane and others are pretty damn good. One guy was charging $450.00 for an original three speed shift handle. And one guy has all the fiberglass hood, esp. the SLN style heat riser for my year, on sale for around $100.00 a piece.
And, I'll leave on a funny note, SVT
brought their 2000 Cobra R
but, it was missing the front clip.