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Mustang BBQ and Cruise!

I hosted a similar event at my house last year where I invited some of my mustang buddies over for a mini meet and cruise. I'm hoping to make this an annual thing, assuming my neighbors (and parents) don't mind having a few extra people/cars floating around

Here's last year's meet:



This year I gave everyone a heads up much earlier so they could plan ahead for an actual BBQ and legit cruise. We stuffed quite a few cars in the driveway and pulled in a few more for a group shot. We had a great turnout this year, I'm hoping for even more cars next year.








Here's my dad took of all of us leaving for the cruise. Some great sounding cars!


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Nice! Bet y'all had a great time...I met a local VMF'er yesterday when he stopped by the shop...need to get acquainted with more so maybe we can have some social hangin out and cruisin times...
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Love thT GREEN COLOR ON THAT COUPE LOOKS LIKE A NICE TIME
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Sweet cars glad no none of this showed up


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Leaving c+c here last week..$300k McLaren owned less than 24 hrs...ugh...
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Thanks for the invite

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Leaving c+c here last week..$300k McLaren owned less than 24 hrs...ugh...
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idn'dat spoda be on da uder side uda road ? Like I always say Just because you can afford to buy one doesn't mean you know how to drive one.Shame.
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Nice looking group of cars. Some good sounds too.

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Excellent idea...good mix of cars and people...

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I hosted a similar event at my house last year where I invited some of my mustang buddies over for a mini meet and cruise. I'm hoping to make this an annual thing, assuming my neighbors (and parents) don't mind having a few extra people/cars floating around
Great photos and looks like a fun time! You planning to organize anything like this in SoCal while you're here for school? If so, I'd be there! Bay area is more of a trek but still a cool idea.
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I'll give you a ring next time if you feel like driving 400 miles

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Great photos and looks like a fun time! You planning to organize anything like this in SoCal while you're here for school? If so, I'd be there! Bay area is more of a trek but still a cool idea.
I personally haven't planned anything down south, but I do know the Classic Stangs car club has been hosting a bunch of killer shows across California. The last one I went to was in Huntington Beach, a lot of people from their San Diego chapter made the drive as well.

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Nice BBQ!

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Very cool get together.

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Sweet cars glad no none of this showed up
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Thankfully we don't have any boneheads in our group . I spoke to everyone beforehand, they already know better than to stir up trouble on my street.

It's quite sad that one person's selfishness can ruin these types events for everyone in the future. I hope the Mclaren driver was okay.

Assuming no one blows it next year, we should be able to continue. Generally speaking, the trend seems to lean towards the late model owners doing dumb *****. We'll keep it as classic ish as possible
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