The Rocky Mountain Mustang Roundup is held in June over Father’s Day weekend every summer. It is a fantastic place to see Mustangs from every model and design together in one place. I have attended the last few years with the 2012 Mustang GT from Western Wyoming Community College, the Home of the Mustangs. This is the best Mustang show in the Intermountain West.
Here are some of the highlights.
An original Shelby GT350S. The S denotes the Paxton supercharger this rare animal is equipped with.
A rare fox body SVO turbo. An interesting car even if the headlights are always crooked.
The best Fox body at the the show.
A fox body Mercury Capri with the turbo 4 cylinder.
I didn’t think I could like a fox body as much as I like this one.
Ford Maverik with a 302 V8. The poor man’s Mustang. The Ford Maverik is nothing special but this one was pretty cool.
1988 ASC McLaren Mustang… yes that McLaren. A rare specimen.
1967 with a modern 5.0 Coyote under the hood.
A most excellent 69. Perhaps the best in the show because it is so well done and so clean.
That sweet 69.
A custom Mustang pickup with a bail of hay in the bed. It’s to feed the other Mustangs.
The WWCC Mustang has had some work done. All new intake and exhaust other than the headers, we’ll get to those eventually.
Students at WWCC do the tuning as well as all the other work on this car.
1969 Shelby GT350
Lincoln Continental Convertible, probably about 1965.
A mid 70’s Bronco with a fox body 5.0.
Rousch Stage 3 sold to raise money for children’s cancer research.
Always bound to see a few snakes when a bunch of Mustangs get together.
If this is a replica it’s a very good one.
Late model GT40.
Yes it’s a Focus but it has a supercharged Mustang engine in it ans RWD.
RMMR has a full day of auto cross. This is always fun to watch and even more fun to participate in.
If you choose to do this make sure your insurance company doesn’t know about it.
A herd of Mustangs wandering around in their corral.
Western Wyoming Community College Mustang stopped at the state line for a photo opp.
RMMR has hundreds of Mustangs on display, but you probably only need one or two Mustang II’s.
How about twin turbos feeding a supercharger? You can see each turbo below the each headlight.
Anything Ford is allowed including this Marauder. It’s pretty much got a Mustang engine under the hood so you might as well.
Shelby Daytona Coupe. Considering Shelby only made six of these back in the sixties, anytime you see one at a car show it’s a replica. This is a very nice replica however.
That looks like a 289 V8 but original Daytonas didn’t have a 4 barrel Holley.
Shelby Daytona Coupe, looks great from any angle.
Rousch after Rousch after Rousch
The latest Rousch products are fantastic. Who wouldn’t like to own a Stage 3?
2013 Boss 302 with a Paxton blower.
We were in good company this time around.
Mustang as far as the eye can see.
Getting lined up for the show and shine.
Photo opp in the country.