Want to check out a $150,000 GT500? Just come on over to the concourse judging area in front of the two large hangars. The Mustang Club of America sets up strict judging standards for this class of mustangs. Each entrant starts out with the maximum number of points. As the cars are judged, points are deducted as the judges go through their checklist. Every little detail is checked.
These cars, most of them trailored in, are in near perfect condition. Except for a few that were in original condition - never restored, just cleaned. My favorites, include Larry's jade green 1969 GT500 Shelby Conv. (it is simply awesome), Robert's candy apple red 1969 GT350 Shelby Conv. (it is perfect), real nice blue Boss 351 and a super clean 1966 K code fastback. There were many more excellent restorations.
When you walking around in this area, be careful. You will see owners themselves, using cloths to open doors, trunks and hoods with. Convertible tops are perfect. Engine compartments have all the factory marks, better than factory detail and paint. The biggest problem is trying not to drool on the fenders.