Hot Times during Mustangs At The Mickyard - National Parts Depot

Hot Times during Mustangs At The Mickyard

the summer turned into fall a few weeks back, I reflected on the trip National
Parts Depot made from our Ocala, Florida warehouse to Orlando and the home of
Mickey Mouse for the Mustang Club of America’s annual Grand National show.
Traditionally held at a different location each year, the 2013 edition of this
show would land at Walt Disney World Speedway on Labor Day weekend. Armed with five
Mustangs and a ton of display parts, NPD arrived on the grounds late Thursday
afternoon to get our display in place. By mid-Friday, cars were pouring in at a
steady pace, and there was no shortage of sunshine to enjoy the hundreds of
Mustangs. That continued on Saturday with a packed infield, including
everything from 1964-1/2 Mustangs to the most recent ones to roll off the
assembly line. You should see coverage of the event in several magazines in the
next few months, but you can check out the pictures we snapped by cruising over
to the NPD website ( or click here for
the picture gallery
), as well as our Pinterest page (click here).

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