Everyone loves a good car show. We lay out the best Mustang events around the country as well as highlight what events we are hosting. Featured are our annual events like Mustang Mayhem and the AmericanMuscle Car Show--the largest Mustang only car show in the world!
To say bigger is better is nothing new. To say that bigger means better service and better selection is something worth talking about.
I’m happy to report that we have just moved our entire inventory of Mustang parts into a new 110,000 square foot warehouse just down the street from our corporate complex in Malvern, PA. More than doubling our previous space, we’ve got 2,704 part numbers today, with more parts being added every day. In fact, with more warehouse space, we’ll be able to add hundreds of new Mustang parts we’ve had our eyes on for a while.
Operated by more than 35 AmericanMuscle staffers, this new state-of-the-art facility is stocked with loads of cool toys, like three forklifts running at full steam, dawn ‘til dusk. And the whole thing is run by cutting-edge software that keeps AmericanMuscle.com inventory levels up-to-date and on the money 24/7.
Check out this cool time-lapse video of the move in action.
The SEMA Show is like no other car show on the planet. Though supposedly just for those working in the industry, enthusiasts have little challenge landing credentials to the four-day Vegas event. For 2009, the show resurfaced from a gloomy 2008 with a slew of Mustangs front and center as the leader for hot new products and crazy high-budget customs.
This year I joined the team from AmericanMuscle.com to head west to Sin City for a look at the latest Mustang mods to hit the market. From matte black super stealths, to ready to race and in-your-face road masters, clearly Mustangs are the perfect choice to make virtually any show, street, or track performer.
Here are just a few of our favorites:
The Mustang Corral was invite only, and very impressive.
We pride ourselves on the fact that many of our employees are Mustang enthusiasts, just like you. Looking around the parking lot, we’ve got more Ponies than a Texas rodeo. Many AmericanMuscle staffers spend their weekends at the track or local car shows, or in the garage installing their latest purchase, because working here does have its benefits.
Two AmericanMuscle employees that share our taste in performance are Karen Baum and Dave Kaeck. Between the two of them, they have owned a total of 15 Mustangs. These customer service reps are just a couple of AmericanMuscle’s on-the-phone Mustang experts. They’re also drag racers who recently took their AM-prepped ‘Stangs to a filming of SPEED TV’s ultra-popular Pass Time game show at Maryland International Raceway.
Filmed on location at many of America’s favorite grass roots drag strips, Pass Time challenges two contestants to “guess the time, win the cash – it’s that easy,” according to show host Brett Wagner. Playing against famed Texas-based racecar chassis builder Ken “The House” Herring, contestants attempt to predict the 1/4-mile drag times of 10 random cars that pull up to the line in front of them. After each run the player with the closest time wins, and the player winning the most money at the end takes the entire $2,000 pot.
Time is closing fast and Silvermustangs.com’s Silver In The Hills 2: Freedom Cruise will be here before you know it. Silvermustangs has a great weekend of fun and Mustangs planned to entice you out there! This year’s SITH is taking place May 16th-17th and is benefiting the Veterans of Foreign Wars Foundation (VFW) and all makes, models, and paint colors are invited to attend!
The time is now, so start planning if you want to attend the weekend of fun. Also, American Muscle donated nearly $500 worth of goodies to be raffled off at Freedom Cruise, so that is even more incentive to attend!
AmericanMuscle strikes again helping to make Mustang Week 2008 a huge success as both a Silver Level Sponsor, and a sponsor of the Bad Mustangs Club’s contingent for the week. In addition to our sponsorship, we also sent down a set of 1994-2004 Black Bullitt Wheels that were used in the charity raffle.
Mustang Week itself was a huge success with a turnout of over 550 Mustangs in attendance! The Bad Mustangs Club even won the club participation award for the second year in a row with 66 members present and accounted for throughout the week! With events like the massive car show, heads up drag racing at Darlington Dragway, and Steve Saleen himself unveiling his all new Race Craft Car, it is safe bet that Mustang Week will be repeating itself once again in 2009!