October Car Shows and Cruise-Ins

The NE Georgia Mustang Club’s annual fall car show in Maggie Valley, NC was a great success, our thanks to all that attended.  Although the Maggie Valley Car Show has come and gone for this year, here are other October car shows to attend and enjoy.

For additional information on the following Car Shows and Cruise-Ins check the calendar on the upper right side of this page.

Bold print indicates your NE Georgia Mustang Club’s participation in that Car Show or Cruise-In. NE Georgia Mustang Club members can earn points toward NEGMC’s President and Prestige awards at those selected shows.

10.17 – 10.19 – Foxtoberfest – Kannapolis, NC – 9:00AM-4:00PM
10.19 – Harmony Baptist Church Car Show, BBQ & Silent Auction – Dawsonville, GA – 10:00AM-2:00PM
10.19 – Secret Santa Car Show – Oakwood, GA – 8:00AM-5:00PM
10.19 – American Street Rodders Car Show – Hoschton, GA – 9:00AM-1:00PM
10.19 – Ponies In The Park Open Car Show – Adairsville, GA – 9:00AM-3:00AM
10.19 – 10.20 – The Atlanta Concours d’Elegance – Atlanta, GA – 8:00AM-6:00PM

10.26 – Pride of the Mountains 1st Annual Fall Classic – Blairsville, GA – 8:30AM-3:00PM
10.26 – 10.27 – 51st Annual Mountain Moonshine Festival – Dawsonville, GA – 9:00AM-5:00PM

 

11/02 – The 20th Annual Buford ACE Classic Cruise-In & Car Show – Sugar Hill, GA

On Saturday, November 2nd, the NE Georgia Mustang Club will be participating in the 20th Annual Buford ACE Classic Cruise-In and Show

The NE Georgia Mustang Club will meet behind the Hardee’s which is on the NE corner of Buford Hwy and GA-20 at 9:00AM. We will then take the short drive to the show site at the Sugar Hill Church Parking Lot at 5091 Nelson Brogdon Rd. Sugar Hill, GA 30518.

The Car Show hours are from 10:00AM to 3:00PM

For your viewing and enjoyment at this car show there will be Modified cars , Vintage Cars, Street Rods, Muscle Cars, Motorcycles, Race Cars, Rare Rides of all kinds and yes Classic Drivers Too!

At the car show there will be an Oldies DJ, Tons of Door Prizes, a Silent Auction and Fun for the Whole Family.

There will be a $25 entry donation for a judged car and a $10.00 entry donation for cruise-in cars.

November & December Car Shows and Cruise-Ins

The year is winding down, however here are a few selected Car Shows and Cruise-Ins for you to consider during these last days of 2019.

For additional information on the following Car Shows and Cruise-Ins check the calendar on the upper right side of this page.

Bold print indicates your NE Georgia Mustang Club’s participation in that Car Show or Cruise-In. NE Georgia Mustang Club members can earn points toward NEGMC’s President and Prestige awards at those selected shows.

11.02 – The 20th Annual Buford ACE Classic Cruise-In and Show – Sugar Hill, GA – 10:00AM-3:00PM
11.02 – Mo’s Speed Shop & Foxcast Media Meet & Greet – Dallas, GA – 9:00AM-4:00PM
11.02 – Salute to Veteran’s Car Show and Auction – Blairsville, GA – 11:00AM-4:00PM
11.03 – Caffeine & Octane – Dunwoody, GA – 7:00AM-11:00PM

11.06 – 11.09 – Emerald Coast Cruizin – Panama City Beach, FL – 8:00AM-6:00PM
11.08 – 11.10 – Saleen Club of America Dragon Run – Fontana Village, NC – 8:00AM-10:00PM
11.09 – NE Georgia Mustang Club’s November Meeting – Braselton, GA – 10:00AM-12:00PM
11.09 – Georgia Street Rod Association Fall Leaf Cruise – Cumming, GA – 10:30AM-3:00PM
11.09 – 11.10 – Atlanta Region SCCA Autocross – Hampton, GA – 8:00AM-5:00PM
11.10 – Classic Car Show – Suwanee, GA – 8:00AM-4:00PM

11.16 – Cool Cars at Briscoe Park Car Show – Snellville, GA – 11:00AM-3:00PM
11.16 – YEARONE’s Braselton Bash for Jackson Counties Holiday Connection Toy Collection – Braselton Bash – 1:00PM-5:00PM

12.01 – Caffeine & Octane – Dunwoody, GA – 7:00AM-11:00PM
12.07 – Georgia Cool Cruisers Toys for Tots Cruise-in – Tucker, GA – 11:00AM-3:00PM
12.07 – NE Georgia Mustang Club’s December Meeting & Toys for Tots Buying Trip – Cleveland, GA – 8:00AM-4:00PM

 

Red Grille Medallion Award!

Congratulations to Kenny and Lisa for being awarded the MCA Red Grille Medallion for their 2004 Mach 1.  In addition to the Red Grille Medallion Award, they also received a Gold Award for the Houston show.

Great Going!!

For those of you thinking of striving for their own Grille Medallion this is how to achieve that goal:

When you attend a National event you will earn 2 points for your Mustang when receiving a Gold Award (1st) and 1 point for a Silver Award (2nd) at that show.

When you attend a Grand National event you will earn 3 points for your Mustang when receiving a Gold Award (1st) and 2 points for a Silver Award (2nd) at that show.

It takes 20 accumulated points to earn one of two different types of Grille Medallions:

  • Red medallions are awarded in the Occasionally Driven; Daily Driven and Modified Classes
  • Blue medallions are awarded in the Concours; Thoroughbred and Unrestored classes

Once you accumulate 20 points then you simply need to fill out the form (typically in the MCA magazine) and submit it.

It takes a dedicated individual and/or individuals to achieve this recognition which only adds to the awards prestige.

Again congratulations to Kenny and Lisa as it has been several years since a NE Georgia Mustang Club member has received a Grille Medallion.

 

 

Hardy Ford & Georgia Regional Mustang Club Car Show Results (05.18.19)

Your Northeast Georgia Mustang Club was well represented at the Hardy Ford & Georgia Regional Mustang Club Car Show. The NEGMC brought home 8 individual Class Awards and the Club Participation Award.  Congratulations to James Price, Rick & Georgianna Schmidt, Rick Hayslip, Dana Berry, Richard Ryder, Chris & Emily Priebe, Frankie & Suzanne Newsom and Steve Harrison for their Awards.

It was a great show with ample food and music on-site. If you missed this year’s show you should make plans not to miss next year’s car show. Georgia Regional and Hardy Ford go out of their way to produce an enjoyable event.

In the group photo Chris & Emily Priebe, Rick Hayslip and Dana Berry are not pictured as they had to leave just after receiving their awards and were not available for the picture.

Again Congratulations to all of the Car Show Winners!

 

2019 NE Georgia Mustang Club & YearOne Spring Pony Round-Up Car Show Pictures

Thanks to everyone who attended the NE Georgia Mustang Club’s Spring Pony Round-Up Car Show on Saturday (03.16.19) of this past weekend.  Thanks to YearOne for providing the great facility and support for our Car Show and to the many volunteers that made the show a rousing success.

There were 120 great looking cars entered into the show with around the same number of cars parked in the spectator lot.

If you were at the NE Georgia Mustang Club & YearOne Spring Pony Round-Up Car Show, take a look at the Galleries Page you may find a picture of your car among the many pictures Ronn Lippman recorded.

Here is the link: 2019 NE Georgia Mustang Club YearOne Spring Pony Round Up Car Show

A great turnout for the NEGMC’s first Car Show at this location, we look forward to an even larger show in 2020!

2019 NE Georgia Mustang Club’s After Christmas Party & January Meeting

On Saturday, January 19, the NE Georgia Mustang Club held it’s Annual After Christmas Party and January Meeting.  There was a great turnout considering the weather, with everyone enjoying the meeting, luncheon and the ever popular White Elephant Gift Exchange.  The Club’s new officers for 2019 & 2020 assumed their posts.  The new officers are:

  • President – Steve Harrison
  • Vice President – Keith Corkern
  • Secretary – Dan Capps
  • Treasurer – Emily Priebe

Ronn Lippman’s pictures of the day’s festivities are now posted to the Club’s Galleries page – enjoy.

2019 NEGMC After Christmas Party & Meeting Gallery (01.19.19)

NE Georgia Mustang Club News (02.07.19)

We are off to a very exciting year. We conducted our first board meeting, evaluating all the work ahead of us this year. We are currently in the throws of moving our Mustang Unlimited show to YearOne Muscle Car Parts in Braselton, GA and all the planning that is involved. For may years we were fortunate to have an awesome relationship with all the people who worked at Mustang Unlimited and they always did an incredible job hosting our shows. With Mustang Unlimited closing the Georgia location, it created an opportunity for us to seek a new site for our show. YearOne has been gracious to invite us to start the car season at their location. Not only are they providing the site, but partnering with us to have a very successful event. You will probably see some not Ford products at our show and a section will be set aside for those cars. It was our intention to have an only Ford show but given that fact, YearOne has been doing shows there for many years, open to all automobiles. so, it may happen that something other than a Ford product may show up and as car guys we don’t want to turn anyone away. Our awards will be focused on Ford products. As far as a Club Show, the voting will be separate from the non-Ford cars. However, there will be 1st, 2nd and 3rd place awards for the non-Ford cars. I simply want to bring this to your attention so if there are non-Ford cars there, it would not come as a surprise.

We have a ton of events planned for this year as you will see on our website calendar. This should appeal to all our members, as it will not be just car shows. Our next meeting, at Gateway Classic Cars, we will discuss the usual events and in addition, will be rolling out many new opportunities for our club and members.

The club address has been changed from Baldwin, GA to Braselton, GA to facilitate our ability to retrieve mail from the PO Box. We have updated our information on the MCA site to reflect our new address and officers, so as you search for clubs on the MCA website you will see that as well. The NEGMC website is being updated daily, which keeps it current. It is your best resource for information pertaining to the club and other activities.

Our spring show is now an MCA regional show making both shows MCA regional shows. Our March show is listed in Mustang Times (Maggie Valley soon to follow). We had a guy in NC saying he saw it listed in Mustang Times and is coming to the March show. Maggie Valley planning is going hand and hand with the YearOne planning and both prove to be great events.

I’m going to stop here, but I wanted to bring you up to date on some of the club activities. More information to come at the February meeting. Again, it is at Gateway Classics in Alpharetta. Be sure to have your club decal on your windshield. The decals will be available at Gateway if you do not have one (I will tell you why at the meeting.) Bring your chairs!

See you soon,

Steve