Busy Pageant Weekend

Enfield 25th – 27th May 2013

Firstly we would like to say a big thank all the people who stopped by and came to see us. It has been a very busy time for us and we are suffering a little with losing our voices from speaking to so many people. Our hospitality truck seemed to one of the biggest vehicles there and got as many looks as did our cars. We did get the sausage sandwiches in for a few of our regulars, we gained a few more converts. We have taken a number of pictures which we have updated the current pages for the cars, such as the T5, the Indy 500 Pace Car and our genuine ’66 fastback etc. Have a look at our updated pages. We also decided to get out our ’65 Convertible project car that was on a mobile jig. The trailer came in handy for transport and drew many people. We lost count of the number of people who asked how much it was, and how much it would be.

At he show we had some of our own cars; the Indy 500 Pace car, ’66 Factory GT Fastback, T5, ’67 Coupe in red. We also had some customer cars there as well, ’67 GT 390 Manual Fastback dark blue, ’67 GT Fastback dark green (thanks to Martin for bringing it along and supporting us), custom spec ’67 light blue Fastback.

We have taken some unusual shots of the cars this year. Tell us what you think or leave a comment.

Our RV Hospitality Truck

Our ’64 Indy 500 Pace Car

Of 189 that were allegedly made of which ten are known to still exist. There are five that have been restored and this as far as we are aware, is the only one in Europe.

Our Original ’66 “Factory” GT Fastback

Customer ’67 GT 390 Manual Fastback

Customer ’67 Fast back

Our T5

Our cars on show from the top of the Hospitality truck

Our ’65 Convertible Project

Some other pictures of our stand

We think the weekend has gone well, we could have sold these cars many times over. There are many new converts to the classic American Muscle car and we feel proud to be part of that scene and keep the legendary cars on the road. There are very few cars that have the presence of a Mustang Classic on the road, the experience to drive, hear and own these cars is a unique experience.  We still believe there is growing number of followers for these increasingly rare cars and this weekend has certainly confirmed that to us. We intend on being around to look after these cars for a long time to come.

Feel free to contact us on our new “Contact Us” page for any information on sales, parts, service or recovery.

Thanks again for the support over the weekend to everybody who took time out to come and see us.

2 thoughts on “Busy Pageant Weekend

  1. What an amazing weekend that must have been. You did a great job arranging your gallery of pictures with each different Mustang. The ‘pop-up’ captions are pretty cool, too. I especially love the ‘above’ view from your hospitality truck…it makes those awesome cars look like collectable Hotwheels!

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    • Hi Debbie,
      It was a busy weekend and we hardly had time to rest up. It still gives us a thrill to see some of the cars we have sold in the past turn up to these events. I’m Looking forward to getting back to work for a rest. Pleased you like the photos though, they took a little while but we think it was worth it. We thought the view from the top of the van would add a little something different, we have not seen many pictures like that to be fair of Mustangs. We would have liked to get some pictures of the cars on their own, but visitors can’t be turned away. We did have to get the cleaning stuff out a number of occasions when some small children with sticky fingers and chocolate palms decided to wipe it over the paintwork! At the end of the day everybody enjoyed the event.

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