The 38th Annual Cobra Owners Club of America Orange County “Concours De Nice” car show was held on Sunday, June 10, 2012 at the Park Mall at South Coast Plaza. This year’s show was celebrating “The 50th. Anniversary of the Shelby Cobra” and the Title Sponsor was Meguiar’s Car Care Products.
The OCMC 20th Annual Mustang Madness Halloween Car Show was held today at Theodore Robins Ford in Costa Mesa. This Mustang show was open to all models and years of Fords only. There was entertainment, food, raffles, vendors and trophies for 41 Driver’s Choice classes plus Best of Show.
Every year the Cobra Owners Club of America – Orange County chapter (COCOA-OC) puts on a Cobra extravaganza at the Park Mall near the offices of South Coast Plaza. This was CoolFords first time covering the event but it won’t be our last. A variety of Ford and Cobra enthusiasts gathered together to listen to good music and hang out and chat about cars.
Continuing coverage of todays Pre-Knotts Ford show brought gather of Ford enthusiasts from the early morning Cars and Coffee show to the exclusive Crevier Calssic Cars warehouse. Crevier Classic Car Company is the contemporary, secure, state-of-the-art storage facility for cars partnered with a special club for their owners, all conveniently located near John Wayne Airport in Costa Mesa, CA.
The Orange County Mustang Club put on its 19th annual Mustang Madness Car Show. The event was sponsored and held at Theodore Robins Ford dealership in Costa Mesa, CA. It was a great event with well over 150 mustangs on display, some mustang owners won prizes for best costume and car decorations.
The Orange County Mustang Club put on its 18th annual Mustang Madness Car Show. The event was sponsored and held at Theodore Robins Ford dealership in Costa Mesa, CA. It was a great event with well over 150 mustangs on display, in addition to the SVT Raptor, 2010 Ford Taurus, Edge and a few other Fords.
The Orange County Mustang Club’s car show Mustang Madness Part 17. There was a lot of good fun to be had with events such as the: License Plate Game, Joke Contest, Karaoke Contest, and a Costume & Toilet Paper Contest. Aside from all the games there we just under 200 Ford Mustangs, Thunderbirds, and trucks in attendance. The competition was split into 3 classes: Stock, Personalized and Modified. The classes were determined by a point system based off modifications made to your ride.