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32nd Fabulous Fords Show
published 05/01/2017

The Largest ALL Ford Car Show On The West Coast - The Fabulous Fords Forever Show.


Over 21,000 people attended the 32nd annual event that celebrates ALL Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury vehicles, Ranging from Model T’s and Model As to Mustangs, Broncos and Thunderbirds all from 1903 to the current 2017 model years.

The show took place again in the parking lots surrounding the Knott’s Berry Farm amusement park located in Buena Park Southern California.

The Fabulous Fords show moved here in 1986 from its original location at the Los Angeles Equestrian center in Griffith Park after it outgrew the space after only 2 years.

Show times were from 10:00am to 3:00pm and admission was free for all spectators.

This year celebrated 55 years of the Shelby Cobra, 50 years of the Mercury Cougar, and 85 years of the Ford Flathead V8!

There were also 57 show classes, entertainment, live music, celebrity stage interviews with our noted author and good friend Donald Farr, Ford GT designer Camilo Pardo, Miss Hurst herself Linda Vaughn and French race car driver Sebastian Bourdais who co- drove the winning Ford GT at Le Mans last year and this year’s Rolex 24hrs at Daytona.

There was a large Ford display that had many of Fords New and popular vehicles including the very same Ford GT that Sebastian Bourdais drove to victory over the last couple of seasons.

Sponsor displays were located in the grassy area by the church where vendors pitched their performance products and local car clubs looked for new members.

There was also celebrity meet and greets food and refreshments all in this great location.

The parking lots were filled with thousands of popular Ford makes and models including hundreds of modified and highly customized Mustangs from all generations 1964 1/2 through 2017

It was great to see so many Mustang owners with BBK Performance throttle bodies, Cold air intakes, exhaust headers and more installed on their cars - We even saw a few Coyote swaps in Fox bodies with BBK throttle bodies and cold air intakes installed.

Take a look at some of our photos here below - we will also have another one posted on Facebook later today.