The largest all-Ford car show on the West Coast!
This highly anticipated, well organized, 33rd Fabulous Fords Forever show was presented by the Ford Car Club Council and the Ford Motor Company. The Ford Car Club Council, is comprised of 46 member clubs of such diverse enthusiasts as all the SoCal Mustang Clubs, the Lincoln Zephyr Owners’ Club, the Pinto Car Club of America, the Early Bronco Registry and the Edsel Owners’ Club.
…celebrates the many varied Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury vehicles from 1903 to current
This event has become a long-standing tradition in the Southern California car culture. It celebrates the many varied Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury vehicles from 1903 to the current models. The location was the huge Knott’s Berry Farm parking lot, large enough space for these 1,800 entries, plus vendors and sponsors.
There were 58 show car classes, music, stage interviews, a great Ford display, show sponsors, celebrities and more!
Every year this event celebrates Ford product milestones. This year they celebrated 115 years of Ford Motor Co. and the Model T, 90 years of the Model A, 70 years of the F-Series Truck, 60 years of the Edsel, and 50 years of the Cobra Jet.
… a long-standing tradition in the Southern California car culture
There was a beautiful bounty of 1,800 “Blue Oval” cars like Lincoln, Mercury, Cougar, Galaxie, Fairlane, Torino, Edsel, Thunderbird, Falcon, Ranchero, Pinto, Mustang, Crown Victoria, Bronco, Pantera, Probe, Focus, F-Series Trucks, Ranger, SUVs, Lightning, Raptor and three Ford GTs!
More than 20,000 people attended this spectacular event. Celebriies included Linda Vaughn, “the First Lady of Drag Racing”, and Cleo Shelby (widow of Carroll Shelby) on-hand to sign autographs.
If you like Fords, (Mustangs in particular) this was the place to be.
Thanks for the Show!
Ford’s historically significant GT40, The consecutive four-time winner of the 24 Hours of Le Mans (1966-1969), including a 1-2-3 finish in 1966
More than 20,000 people attended this spectacular event