1st Gens

Michael Belcher (IN)
I have owned my Mustang for 32 years and raised my kids to LOVE Mustang and understand what it means to be a part of the Mustang Family! The car is mostly original metal with a full restoration. She is driven and loved! Original 302, auto tans, power steering and top! Nothing better than an evening drive w the top down!
Les Norton (WI)
1965 GT 350 non-matching number car. Car came from California as a drag car. Has a 289 with 400 hp and 4 speed manual transmission.
Mitch & Karen Mitchell (MO)
1966 Fastback 289 A Code Day Two theme. This was our dating car. We sold it to a Navy guy. When a neighbor kid turned 16 Mitch was going to help him restore a Mustang. The ad came up locally 9 years later & Mitch called determining it was our car. Went to look at the car; it was ours & it was on Mitchell Ave so we figured it was a sign to bring it back home as it was 1 Mustang we had always regretted selling. Karen stripped it to bare metal & we did a restoration. Have enjoyed every drive!
Scott Hawkins (MS)
I've owned my '66 since 1976. I had it restored in 2005 keeping the exterior original and upgrading the engine and suspension with Edlebrock hi-rise intake manifold, four-barrel carb, tri-y headers, quick steering, anti-sway bars, beefier front springs, leaf springs and koni shocks, to name a fe of the mods.
Peter & Sharon Sigwardt (TX)
SVRA Gold Medallion 1969 Shelby Boss 302 Trans Am Replica Race Car
Lambert Staab (KS)
1968 1/2 Cobra Jet 428 4 speed 4:30 traction lock. 53,000 miles Interior all original except for the carpet. Bought in 1980
Mason Broughton (IN)
This car is an all original 1965 Mustang Coupe with 200 6cyl and a 3-speed manual transmission. It has 74,000 miles and has made a lot of dreams come true!
Guido Lucido (CA)
1965 Shelby tribute. That’s period correct looking but update drive train and suspension
Ed Lyon (IA)
1965. I've owned my car for 20 plus years, My youngest son and I restored it together through the years I've made changes. It's running a331 with AFR Renagade heads roller cam 3:50 tru-trac 9 inch rear end full Gateway street avenger coilover suspension. double adjustable in front and single in the rear. It's a driver made it to n Nashville for the 40th also Vegas and back for the 50th and many trips to the Sturgis Mustang Rally where I drag race and run auto cross launch box and barrel races.
Daniel Mensinger (CA)
One of one 1968 Mustang. Originally a 289, 4 speed, deluxe interior, upper and lower consoles and wire wheel covers. Now a 347 with a 5 speed, TMI sport buckets and Vintage A/C.
Dennis Zuniga (WI)
My mustang is a 1966 Nightmist blue K code coupe with the GT package and decor group. I bought this Mustang last year on July 4th weekend. I flew to Houston to pick it up and drove it back to Wisconsin. About 3 weeks later I spun a rod bearing and decided to rebuild the engine myself. Finally got it all up and running this July.
Ronald Kahler (WI)
1965 Mustang Coupe (Restromod ) Love keeping the Old look and newer conveniences- 351W slightly more then stock -wink-wink--MSD--TKO 600 Tremec 5 spd----coil-overs in front -heavier leaf springs -2 in lowered and a Fays 2 Watts-Link in back --245-50-16ZR BF Goodrich G-Force Comps all 4 corners---mounted on Torq-Thrusts -Stopping is supplied by Wilwood dyna lite-----Interior I took seats and console out of a 2001 Mustang GT and installed
Peter Dawidsson (Sweden)
1966 Sauterne Gold Fastback GT
Nate Taylor (MI)
1967 Mustang GT custom restomod
Kenne bell supercharged 4v mod motor
Magnum T56 6 speed
Chassis works G MACHINE SUSPENSION
custom interior
Candy apple red custom paint
David Maloney (IN)
One of the first of the 190 Indy Pace Cars built with a build date of April 13, 1964 and the lowest Pace Car VIN Number found to date. Car was awarded to a Denver, CO area Ford dealer as a part of the Checkered Flag Contest. Car was part of the Pace Car exhibit at the MCA 40th Anniversary and the Pace Car Reunion both held at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Bob Willim (MI)
1965 Mustang. I did a completely restore everything is new everything. This was Lee Iacoccas Driver at fords took first place at Birch run and World Headquarters
Betty Parnham (WI)
1965 Ford Mustang Convertible gold in color with a black top. It has factory air
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*Class winners will be selected from the car show galleries by celebrity judges.  Their selections will be based on the entry photo and vehicle description provided on the registration form. These selections will be chosen at each judge's discretion and all decisions will be final.*