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PHOTO PACKAGE: Mustang and Ford Car Show

Sunday, June 27, 2010 | 6:08 p.m. CDT
Clifton Woods, left, and Jim Beckett, both of Columbia, reminisce about the cars they have owned while at a Mustang and Ford Car Show, sponsored by the Central Missouri Mustang and Ford Club, at Parkade Center on Sunday. Beckett has collected cars, such as this 1956 Ford Thunderbird, for 30 years. Woods described Beckett as a "legend" in the auto show circuit. The two first met in 1980, when Woods was 16, and have remained friends ever since.

A total of 71 cars and trucks entered the 2010 Mustang and Ford Car Show, held at Parkade Center on Sunday. The judged competition featured plaques, given in a variety of classes as determined by the vehicles' model and age.

The vehicles were judged in four categories that included paint and finish, wheels and undercarriage, upholstry and interior, and engine detailing.

Car collectors and enthusiasts alike came from Missouri, Iowa, and Illinois to participate.

Bold colors and detailing brought visual variety to the 71 vehicles that entered the 2010 Mustang and Ford Car Show, held at Parkade Center on Sunday. This show was sponsored by the Central Missouri Mustang and Ford Club and was the fourth show in mid-Missouri since May 1. Car collectors and enthusiasts alike came from Missouri, Iowa and Illinois to participate in the competition, and although some drove through rain storms to reach Columbia the weather at the car show remained dry and sunny.
Dave Hetzler, left, and Scott Tiffany judge one of 71 vehicles that participated in the Mustang and Ford Car Show. The vehicles were judged in four categories that included paint and finish, wheels and undercarriage, upholstery and interior, and engine detailing.
Ethan and Logan Kilgore examine a scale model of a Rousch Mustang that sits near the engine of its full-size counterpart while at the Mustang and Ford Car Show, held at Parkade Center on Sunday. Rousch is a company that retrofits select Ford vehicles with high-quality replacement parts, and this car competed against other performance vehicles from companies such as Saleen. A total of 71 cars and trucks entered the judged competition, and plaques were given in a variety of classes as determined by the vehicles' model and age.

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