Ford WHQ Show
429's at Milan Dragway
2002 Florida Pony Trail
2002 Michigan Pony Trail
2001 Florida Visit
Jim Scott's 429 Grande
Ford Centennial Mustang Display
2003 Florida Pony Trail/Car Show
Northwest Roundup 2005
429's on Maui
Dearborn Assembly 100th
Ford 100th
Carlisle Nationals
Fred Coyner's SCJ Mustang
Car of a Hero
2003 MCA Show
Fall in the Park
Bruce O'Connor's 429 Mach 1
2004 Florida Pony Trail
Mark James 429 Convertible
Mark Bondy's 429 CJ Mach 1
Dan Schott's 73 Convertible
Mustang 40th 429 Group Photos
Mustang 40th Anniversary
Down River Cruise 05
429 Convertibles
2005 Mustang
Ulf Jonsson's 429 CJ
Fall 2004
429 Cougar & Mustang Convertible
Don Brasier's 429 CJ Cougar
Don Cook's Mach 1
2003 Woodward Cruise
2004 Woodward Cruise
2005 Woodward Cruise
2006 Woodward Cruise
2007 Woodward Cruise
2008 Woodward Cruise
2011 Woodward Pre-Cruise


The last '71 Mustang rolled out of Ford's Dearborn Assembly plant in the Summer of 1971, however, as part of Ford's 100th Anniversary celebration, around 100 selected cars were allowed back into Dearborn Assembly to roll back onto the assembly line for a *very* special photo op. Group member Art Richardson was asked to display his Boss 351 inside the plant while these photos were being taken and was later also invited for an assembly line photo with his car (Art is currently awaiting arrival of the official photo set - I'm betting he will let me add them here when he gets them).  While there, he took these neat photos of the Mustang photo session as well as the Mustangs on display. Thanks to Art for providing this glimpse of the birthplace of our cars!


This is Art's Boss 351, which was on display inside Dearborn Assembly for the 100th anniversary visitors to see.


Other Mustangs on display at the plant. The '71 on the far right had over 400,000 miles on it!


These are some of  the lucky cars getting their photo taken at the end of the Final Line at Dearborn Assembly!


Here are some additional shots inside and outside the plant. Note the current production Mustangs on the assembly line in the center photo!