As to the Corvette comment-attitude (not an issue of one car or brand over another). The 20th anniversary of the National Corvette Museum will be held over Labor Day in Sept 2014. 2+ years away, 1/2 a year after the Mustang 50th. And guess what--plans for it are deep underway. Caravan routes are being planned..a web site up and running about the caravan groups. Sponsors are being soliciated--overnight stop events (aka Hot Rod Power Tour type stuff) are being planned. Folks are out 'predriving' parts of routes..... These guys (and gals) consider 2 yrs out as short time, crunch time.....just sayin'
Last edited by Mustang 3; June 6, 2012 at 10:51 PM.
You guys think this is negative, you should see what's written in the presidents forum! I think I'll give my password to the club members so they can read those remarks!
With two shows it makes attending much easier and the cost for those watching their budgets affordable.
Knowing Ron the way I do one show is not going to out do the other.
Just my east coast opinion.
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If there was one show, most likely it would be central us and now slammed on either side of the country........
There is only 1 1962 Mustang Concept car--which show gets it?
OR is it neither--is Ford holding back those ultra rare cars for their own show?
Yeah, logistics are gonna be interesting.
2 shows 2 weeks apart splitting the Easter weekend would have avoided all this and still allowed for the dual show concept (1 show vs 2 shows and Easter Sunday conflict)........... While April 17th is a very important date--I think it was given too much importance in trying to force both shows to include that date. Within 10 days or so of April 17th would have been fine with everyone and saved sooo much frustration.
Last edited by Mustang 3; June 7, 2012 at 02:29 AM.
So lets do another simultaneous poll.....
If there is 2 shows which one ill you be attending.... Vegas or Charlotte... That would be interesting to see...