Thanks to 5pt0joe, I was able to get my hands on boxes to ship the Mustang 50 Year posters. (They are free from USPS...they have a 25" x 6" x 6" tube). As a result, I have added them to the list of 50th merchandise I am offering for great prices. I mostly want to cover what I spent to get them.
If you haven't already seen it, the Carlisle Invitational vehicle list has been published. As previously known, Building T will host a display of Mustang special editions. From the published list, it looks like there will be a lot of great fox-bodies including 5 that are our favorite - feature cars, mine included.
As many of you know from reading the forums, I applied for and received the Mustang 50th Celebration Kit made available by Ford to qualifying Mustang clubs and Ford dealers. It included several items in bulk intended to be shared with club members. Well, let the sharing begin. I am making available a couple of the items for a nominal fee. I had to pay $200 in shipping and handling fees to get these items and I hope to just recover that money because it is needed to keep the site running. In addition to what is listed, I also have posters which I would like to offer as well. I just need to find a source for tubes to ship the 24" x 36" posters.
Remember that collection of feature cars that was painstakingly assembled and then offerred for sale as a unit? Well, the owners of that collection have just informed me that the cars are now being offerred for sale individually. These are relatively low mileage fox body convertibles and I am told they are original down to interiors and tops. Check out the original listing for details on each of the cars. The contact information remains the same as posted there.
It was back in 2008 when I first learned about a group of triple white feature cars that were displayed at the Ninth Annual Ford Motorsport Nationals held in Maple Grove, PA on June 26 & 27th, 1993. The details of these cars has since been somewhat of a mystery to me. But, as time moves on, I learn a little more. This post sheds a little more light on these cars.
We're just about six weeks away from the Mustang 50th celebration! I can't believe how quickly it is coming. Although this is not an 'official' club meetup this is a great opportunity for we feature car owners to get together. It seems like we'll have a pretty good contigent there. Most interest around here has been with the Charlotte location. We've got a good discussion going on it. It looks like registration ends prettty soon (March 15th) so you better get busy if you plan on going.
The time has finally come for new forum software. Looking back at forum posts, I first discussed this change almost exactly four years ago. Wow, this took a long time. The reason being is that I have both looked forward to and feared this day. I am mainly concerned about the password change that comes with this migration. Everyone must set a new password on the new forums. I sincerely hope that this does not reduce the number of people who use them. We have a good but small community and I can't afford to lose any of you. Any questions and/or problems can be directed to me. I can reset your password should the automated process fail or update your email address if the one you registered with is out of date. Now for an explanation on why this was necessary...
The eighth annual gathering of limited edition Mustang LX 5.0 Convertibles is being planned for the 2014 Carlisle All-Ford Nationals held from June 6-8, 2014 in Carlisle, PA. This article contains all the information you need.
Over the years I've accumulated a bunch of Mustang-related "stuff". I finally have decided to liquidate some of it. That's a good thing because I might have a problem. For example, I have a piece of literature for the 1993 Mustang Cobra. In researching what it was worth so that I could sell it, I saw the identical one on ebay. I almost bought that one because it seemed like a good deal. Got that? I already have one that I don't want and I almost bought another.