The weekend was full of Mustangs at the Petersen this special weekend.
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THE 2015 Mustang.
THE 2015 Mustang's diffuser rear end.
Plenty of folks lining up for tours of the Vault.
Many enjoyed the movies that were presented - "Gone in 60 Seconds" was a favorite.
"Gone in 60 Seconds"
A George Barris designed "Zebra" for a Nancy Sinatra movie.
MPG members James Groth (left) and Dicken Wear (right) enjoying one of the many forums offered.
The 50th Anniversary entrance to the Mustang Exhibit.
One of the many 'Stangs on exhibit. 429 cu.in. '71 Mach One.
A Bonneville racer.
One of a kind retractable hard-top by Galpin.
Here is 45+ Mustang fans enjoying the guided tours given by Mustang historian and author - Bob Fria.
Ooops. GT40. Had to.
Just when you thought you saw a dozen great Mustangs on display outside....
5.0 and SUPERcharged.
Henry Ford, III giving the Mustang Madness award to a lucky 'show and shine' exhibit. He is partial to older 'Stangs.
Mr. Cohn accepts the Mustang Madness trophy from Henry Ford,III. Yep, it was a '66 fastback! Henry said it was concours quality and that his bride-to-be will NOT get his Mustang.
Another fine forum with representatives from the Petersen, Mecum, Racer crowd and Hagerty.
...there were even more a level up on the top floor.
This Mustang owner liked - green. Notice the 'coolant' color!
Meguiar's '94 Mustang. 28,000 miles and immaculate paint.
Even more Mustangs on that top level.
Just another fine example of a Shelby Mustang.
A lovely modified Mustang from Hollywood Hot Rods of Burbank and it's owner, Troy. The top is removable. Yep. California sunshine.