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2014 AmericanMuscle Car Show Recap

The 2014 AmericanMuscle Car Show brought in its largest number of cars and spectators to date while raising $35,000+ for Charity

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#am2014 Highlights

- Vaughn Gittin Jr. returned to sign autographs, meet fans and reveal his 2015 RTR Mustang for the first time to the public
- Chip Foose gave away our SEMA car Project MMD to Zachary Villareal of Alice, Texas
- “Pass Time” Host Brett “Big Schwag” Wagner was one of the car show’s hosts
- 2,600 Mustangs came, 10,000+ Spectators attended
- $35,503.02 was raised and donated to the Special Olympics
- Over $20,000 worth of prizes where given away
- A burnout contest, revving contest, and dyno competition showed off some of the best Mustangs
- Best in class awards were presented to each generation of Mustang, with Chip Foose and Vaughn Gittin Jr. awarding their Best in Show Pick
- Free AmericanMuscle themed tattoos were done at the show all day long


MALVERN, Pa  – AmericanMuscle held their annual car show on August 16th, 2014 in Mohnton, Pa at Maple Grove Raceway. This was the first year the show was held at Maple Grove and allowed a far greater number of Mustangs and spectators to enjoy the show. Brett “Big Schwag” Wagner, host of the show “Pass Time” was one of the hosts of the show, MCing different events. 2,600 Mustangs converged at Maple Grove to make it one of the largest Mustang Events in the country, with 10,000+ spectators at the event. $35,503.02 was raised for the Special Olympics, with $4,300 of that donation coming from the Red Mustang Registry.

Vaughn Gittin Jr. was at the show signing autographs and meeting fans. A highlight of the show was Vaughn revealing his 2015 Mustang RTR to the public for the first time at the show. The RTR reveal was one of the most talked about events at the show. The 2015 Mustang RTR will be at the SEMA show in November and for sale at select dealers in January. 2015 RTR Mustang Parts will be available in January as well through AmericanMuscle.

Hot Rod legend Chip Foose was as the AmericanMuscle Car Show signing autographs and meeting fans. He signed autographs all day and even after the show ended. To make it an even more memorable moment, Chip Foose gave away Project MMD to Zachary Villareal of Alice, Texas. Project MMD was last year’s SEMA vehicle that was worth $70,000 with all of the upgrades done to the 2014 Mustang GT.

There was a Roush Burnout contest, a BBK revving competition and a Bama Performance Dyno Contest that ran throughout the day. The Roush Burnout Contest produced a lot of white smoke and shredded rubber, with a push rod 5.0L swapped New Edge Drift Car winning the contest. The BBK revving contest brought challengers from Fox Bodies to 2014 S197’s. The dominating sound of the 4 valve coyote engine with a full exhaust system took first place. The Bama Performance Dyno contest saw some modded Mustangs Putting down power from the low 600 HP range to the winner, a 2014 Turbo GT, putting down 926 RWHP.

Revelation Studios gave out free AmericanMuscle Tattoos all day long at the show. The Tattoos incorporated the AmericanMuscle Brand with car parts to truly embody the Mustang experience. After the awards ceremony and all of the $20,000+ in prizes were handed out, Mustang owners were able to drag race at the show for a heavily discounted price. By far this was the biggest and best AmericanMuscle show to date; from the Sponsors and vendors, to the Mustangs, spectators, and special guests, it was truly a memorable show.

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