The Beach Cities Mustang Club held their 15th Annual Mustangs at the Queen Mary car show this weekend. The weather was awesome and Mustangs of all years and variants were on display. A big thank you goes to Show Director and President of the Beach Cities Mustang Club, John Schultz and his pit crew team for organizing another great event.
The Saddleback Mustang Association held its 14th Annual Saddleback Mustang Stampede at Santa Margarita Ford. It was also the 10th anniversary of the September 11th attacks and a sense of American pride was shared by all. There were several American flags being displayed throughout the Mustang Stampede car show and a very respectful moment of silence was held to honor those who lost their lives.
Marconi Museum is a non-profit organization featuring a private collection of historical, classic and exotic cars. First opened in 1994 by Founder Dick Marconi, this Non-Profit Museum and Special Event Venue has an impressive 30 million-dollar collection of historical, exotic, and classic cars.
Ever wonder how they ship custom cars around the world? Hillbank Motorsports received a shipment of Cobras that was delivered in a large container. The container arrives fresh from the factory in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, where all of our Superformance and Shelby vehicles are manufactured. Once at the shop and we have the arduous task of carefully unloading these precious vehicles, below we have photos of the unloading process.
Cars and Coffee is a weekly show at in the parking lot between the Mazda and Taco Bell buildings in Irvine. Ford’s Irvine offices used to be where Taco Bell now is. The show begins at around 6 AM in the morning…just in time for coffee. I’m usually still sleeping.
Jared Chavez of Hillbank Motorsports invited CoolFords to their first ever open house at their Irvine location. It was held in conjunction with Cars and Coffee in the early part of the morning where Hillbank had a good representation of their excellent replicas.