I took Roxanne to the National Mustang Show in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma last weekend. She competed in the Daily Driver class and took a 1st place trophy home. I was pretty excited about that since I do drive it basically everyday and in all kinds of weather. I've logged over 106k miles on it so far with 2/3's of it happenning in the last two and a half years.
Our club did really, really well at the show too. Almost everyone took home top trophies too. We had some really fine cars in our group.
My '69 Mustang "Layla" is on the road now. Licensed, insured and all legal like. I'm taking her out to the Norris High School Show this weekend for a road test. She really isn't a show car as I did everything on it. The paint isn't professional and it shows but I did it all in my garage. My main point of this project was to learn and I learned tons. My next project will be better. It was such an eye opener as to the work to get a car into paint and all the painful details you have to have before you can drive it.