Annual Model Ts to Mustangs Antique & Classic Car Show
Saturday, May 4, 11 am - 3 pm
The annual Model Ts to Mustangs Antique and Classic Car Show returns to the Stamford Museum & Nature Center exhibiting domestic and import cars manufactured between 1900 and 1988. This year's featured make is Ford, one of the largest automobile manufacturers in the world.
Henry Ford introduced the Model T in 1908 and mass production began in 1913. Fifty-one years later, the Mustang burst onto the American car scene and Ford dealers took 22,000 orders in one day. In January 1965, designer Carroll Shelby introduced the Shelby Mustang GT350 in Wimbledon White. Only 562 GT350s were manufactured. By 2008, one hundred years after the "Tin Lizzie" changed the world by making personal transportation affordable, the Ford Motor Company had produced more than 300 million vehicles.
Awards will be presented for "Best Ford," "Best Survivor Car," and the ever-popular "People's Choice." The awards ceremony will take place at 2:45 pm. Food and refreshments will be available for purchase.
Members: Free | Non-Members: Adults $10, Seniors $8, Students (18+) $6, Children (4-17) $5, Children 3 and under: FREE
Proceeds from Model Ts to Mustangs will benefit the Museum's arts education and gallery initiatives. For weather related cancellation information, call 203.977.6599.
Support provided by Stamford Ford Lincoln