Mustangs

The Rush Ford Collection July 21st

By Yvette VanDerBrink For many guys, their first car made a big impression on them and often solidifies their favorite automotive brand. Howard Rush was no exception. He grew up on the family farm and couldn’t wait for the day to get his own car. A 1949 Shoebox Ford ended up...

Mustang exhibit opening at AACA Museum, Inc. May 18th

Join the AACA Museum, Inc. for their exhibit opening for Mustangs: Six Generations of Americas Favorite Pony Car on May 18th. This extra special opening allows you to be among the first to see the exhibit while also enjoying light snacks, beverages and the company of other Mustang enthusiasts. Museum members get into...

Happy 50th Birthday to the Chevrolet Camaro

  WASHINGTON /PRNewswire/ — Fifty years ago the first pilot prototype Camaro was built.  To commemorate this golden anniversary the Historic Vehicle Association (HVA) uncovered these little-known gems.   9. Born in Cincinnati The first pilot prototype Camaro (No. 100001) was assembled on May 21, 1966 at the General Motors Assembly Plant,...