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I have never attended a MCA show and was looking at the schedule for this year and the Pensacola Fl seems like a good choice for me since its in Florida.

Besides the array of cars on display,what else is there to see? parts vendors,car corral, Mustang specialized restoration shops...???

Please give me some input for a newbie for this shows. Thanks!!!
 

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I would say that one of the best things is being to talk with owners of cars that either are like yours or like the one you want to build.
MCA really encourages host clubs to have other things going on besides the show. Being able to talk with vendors is also a great opportunity to hear, first hand, about what's going on in the Mustang field.
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There's always smelling Johnpro's after shave!!!

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There's always smelling Johnpro's after shave!!!
Those 3 guys should definitely remain anonymous! LOL
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Alright, how about this?

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You'd have to go to a lot of shows to see the rare cars you'll never see normally. And I don't mean Concours stockers. The amount of modified cars is dazzling.
And, often there are some vendor displays - usually local suppliers you might not know about.
And, often a "for Sale" corral. Again, things you just dont see.
And, somewhat local folks selling parts.
 
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