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The City of Ferndale is happy to announce that Mustang Alley will again be open Friday 8/16 and Saturday 8/17. Building on what has become one of the premiere Woodward Dream Cruise events, the City of Ferndale is again raising the bar.

Friday, August 16th

This years event will run from 2:00-9:00pm at which time the streets on downtown Ferndale will be turned into Mustang Alley where Mustangs of all years and models will be on display. Additionally the Magnificent 7 Mustang Tuners/Manufacturers (Classic Design Concepts, Kenny Brown, Paul's High Performance, Roush, Saleen, Sean Hyland Motorsports, and Steeda) are planning on attending to show off their latest creations. Additionally many local Mustang shops and racers will be in attendance showing off their race and project cars.

Registration this year has been simplified to allow easier access to the event for all participants. When approaching Ferndale from the south on Woodward simply look for the Flaming Pony banners on the east side of Woodward. Your ticket to enter will simply be the Mustang you are driving and you will be ushered right in. If you are coming to see the ponies on display there will be parking off West Troy Ave located on the west side of Woodward one block south of 9 mile.

Saturday, August 17th

Saturday's event will start at 7:00 AM with 9 Nine Mile west of Woodward being turned into a huge car show. If you just need a place to park your steed a lot will be available off West Troy Ave located one street south of 9 mile. Additionally the Magnificent 7 and local shops and racers will be on display on West Troy Ave throughout the day.

http://www.woodwarddreamcruise.com/2002/

NO REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED EITHER DAY!!! YOUR TICKET IS YOUR MUSTANG!!!!
 

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Excellent information!! There is a Woodward avenue webpage but it seems stacked with GM owner stuff. I tried to find out where the Mustang Folks hang to no avail.
Seems all those GM owners (and ESPECIALLY CHEVY owners) have what I call "Tunnel vision" 'cause no mater how cool my Shelby is, they just walk right pass it...like some Vega is better. (or is that "Tunnel Ram Vision?)
 
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