It was a big year for the Carlisle Ford Nationals with many cars celebrating historic anniversaries, resulting in a wonderful turnout for the event. The featured cars for this years meet were the Boss and Mach 1 Mustangs celebrating their 50th anniversaries, the 40th anniversary of the fox body platform, and the Mercury Cougar Eliminator celebrating its 50th anniversary as well. It was a Ford lovers dream weekend with an abundance of amazing cars and great stories throughout the event.
For this meet we presented our National Automotive Heritage Award to a 1970 Boss 302 Mustang that lied dormant in a barn for over 30 years until it was put back on the road through the efforts of its new owner. Read the full story behind this amazing car in our latest DriveHistory Profile here and enjoy the rest of our photos from the event below!
Chase (right) and Mason (left) VanDyne with their barnfind Boss 302 Mustang