The fourth-generation Ford Mustang suffers a bit from middle-child syndrome. It debuted 23 years ago…
Largest Gathering of First-Generation Mustangs
Do you remember the spring of 1964 when Ford introduced the Mustang? Take part in making history as we gather over 500 first-generation Mustangs on August 19 in Brecksville, Ohio, at Broadview Heights High School on Mill Road at 9 a.m.
If you were a member of the Class of ’65, ’66 or ’67 we’ll seat a graduate from your graduating class in the respective year car. We’ll put their name and grad photo on the door with a magnetic sign. For those who have passed away, an empty passenger seat and a white bow on the grille. Significant others may tag along and enjoy the ride.
We’ll cruise the streets of downtown Brecksville, and then, in caravan fashion, cruise down Highway 21 to Cleveland and The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for a group picture and maybe a Guinness record!
Cars and grads should be back by 3 p.m. – plenty of time to schedule other events for Saturday night.
Considering one Mustang is about 18 feet long and this event will see about 500 Mustangs that’s 1.7 miles of sweet classic Mustangs running the streets of Brecksville!
Proceeds from this event will be given to a children charity of the drivers and graduates choice.
For more information and to register, contact Bruce Hatfield at 828-696-4168 or e-mail email@example.com