At one time during it's 26-year history, the annual Mustang Roundup in Bellevue, Washington, was simply a Mustang show. That time has long since passed. The Roundup now qualifies as a true event, and your intrepid scribe hit the full four days full bore on July 13-16, 2006.
Day One of Roundup '06 featured a ride-and-drive open track at nearby Pacific Raceways. He
Organized and run by the enthusiastic Seattle-area club, Mustangs Northwest, the love-fest for Ford's ponycar offers something for almost every enthusiast-from the concours restorer, to the street-oriented hot-rodder, to those wanting to make fast tracks on the same tarmac as Parnelli Jones once did. Seattle weather is normally stellar, and the area offers plenty of distractions should an out-of-towner tire of the automotive overload.
Check out the images from the '06 show and consider making a future trek to the Pacific Northwest during the third weekend of July.
Day Two was a Pony Trails caravan through the backroads of western Washington.
For more information about the '07 event, check out the Web site at www.mustangsnorthwest.com.
The hour-and-a-half drive brought more than 250 cars to the park at Mud Mountain Dam, just
Day Three is the judged show, which drew roughly 80 fine steeds for the tough competition.
One of the great aspects of viewing hundreds of Mustangs in one place is getting ideas for
Throughout the day Sunday, crowds gathered around the latest Shelby products. This was the
One of these is not like the other: A pair of Vibrant Red '93 Cobras presented a side-by-s
Sunday is the big day of the Mustang Roundup with the People's Choice show. There was a ty