World of Wheels 2006 Photos

Calgary, Alberta

February 17-19, 2006

Our Club Display theme this year was "Generations", featuring icons, memories, movies, songs, logos, world events, and TV shows, in a "Theme for the Decade". We used a car from each decade in this display. This was carried forward through the '60's, '70's, '80's, '90's, and '00's in a tribute to all that has happened in the past 40+ years; during which time the Ford Mustang has been a part of it all.

Many, many volunteer hours by Club Members were spent in designing, constructing, and painting the walls used in this display, along with the other items created for this show.

All that work paid off.! We won First Place in Best Club Display, beating out several dozen other local Car Clubs in our city.

Hope you enjoy our cars and our display.

 

Overhead shot of the AMAC display.

Photo taken from the catwalk overhead. Gives a good idea of how the cars were situated, and how the walls all came together.

2005 GT Coupe, on hoist, in center of Display.

This 2005 GT Coupe is on a hoist, in the center of our 40' by 40' display. Around it are 5 other cars all at ground-level, all with their own small displays.

Three generations.

An idea of how the the '05 GT is surrounded by the other 5 cars.

1967 Mustang Convertible

1967 Mustang Convertible, Interior.

1973 Mach I, highly modified.

1973 Mach I, highly modified.

1973 Mach I, highly modified.

Engine bay - Lots of chrome.!

1989 Cobra GT Convertible, 25th Anniversary.

1996 SVT Cobra, Black, 4.6 L.

1996 SVT Cobra, Black, 4.6 L.

1996 SVT Cobra, Black Leather Interior.

2003 SVT Cobra, Convertible, Black.

2003 SVT Cobra, Convertible, Black.

2003 SVT Cobra, Convertible, Black.

Remember "Alf" and "Baby on Board" signs.

Ghostbusters.!

Do you remember the 60's.?

"Charlie's Angels" and "Jaws"... It has been 30 years.!

Jurassic Park.

Remember the first time you saw "Star Wars".?

Building the walls, in November.

Walls getting a coat of primer, outside, in November.!

More walls being built.

Many hours of painting were needed.

More painting.

Loading trailer with the display, to take to the show.

Yes, the 40' by 40' display had tiles laid down, one-by-one.

Prototype v1.0 of our idea of a Club Display.!

Lots of "Thanks" to our many volunteers.!

 

 

 

 



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