Southeast Florida SAAC

#Just another day in paradise.

Southeast Florida SAAC

#Just have Fun.

Friday, December 6, 2013

Merry Christmas and Happy Holdiays from SEFLSAAC

Have you been naughty or nice this year? Better watch out -- Mustangs and Shelby's get presents. Camaros get coal. From all of us here at SEFLSAAC, we wish you Happy Holidays and a prosperous New Year!

Wednesday, December 4, 2013

2015 Ford Mustang To Be Unveiled Today On Good Morning America

Don't miss this! The new Mustang will be revealed on the Good Morning America talk show. The car should be unveiled between 7:00 - 9:00 a.m., Thursday December 5, 2013. For more info, check out the forum.

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Happy Thanksgiving From South East Florida Shelby American Automobile Club

It is rumored that the First Settlers to America rolled off their ships in Shelbys. Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at South East Florida Shelby American Automobile Club!

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Ford To Unveil New 2015 Mustang

Just in time for the holidays, Ford is set to unveil the new for 2015 Mustang in a debut spanning six cities and four continents.

Thursday, October 31, 2013

SEFLSAAC's October Recap

October saw SEFLSAAC firing on all eight cylinders. We've been busy, to say the least, but it's all been great fun.

October 4 -- Homecoming
We started the month off with a homecoming event at a local high school. Several alumni were inducted into the hall of fame. What's more exciting? They got a ride at the halftime parade in this 500-horsepower parade float.

Thankfully, we didn't unleash all 500 of those horses at once during the parade. That just wouldn't have been polite.

October 11 -- Gus Machado Show & Saleen Unveiling
October also saw the unveiling of the new Saleen and a block party/car show at Gus Machado's dealership in Hialeah to celebrate.


October 19 -- Susan G. Komen Rally For The Cure Event
SEFLSAAC did the right thing and rallied for the cure in support of the Susan G. Komen Foundation.

October 26 -- Magic Pumpkin Car Show
It's not October without pumpkins, and it's not SEFLSAAC without loads of horsepower.

October 26 -- Halloween Party
What better way to close out the month than with a Halloween party?


See you in November!

Friday, September 20, 2013

Red Bull Flugtag, Anyone? South East Florida SAAC's Entry Is Ready

With the famous (infamous?) Red Bull Miami Flugtag right around the corner, South East Florida SAAC has been hard at work getting its entry ready for the airshow.

Monday, September 16, 2013

South East Florida SAAC Help The Hungry In Palm Beach County

On Sunday, September 15, 2013, South East Florida SAAC got together to help the hungry in Palm Beach County. To everyone who attended and contributed, we want to extend a hearty thank you on our behalf. It's easy these days to get so caught up in the trappings of our daily lives that we forget those people who have it worse than us. Some of us complain about car insurance premiums, while forgetting that others don't know when their next meal will come, if at all.

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Somebody Call the Fire Department...

...because our Mustangs are so hot, they're on fire! 

Sunday, September 8, 2013

Yarrr! SEFLSAAC At Pirate's Harbor in Key West

Yarrr and ahoy from Key West, Florida! South East Florida SAAC sends greetings from Pirate's Harbor way down by the southernmost point in the U.S. Posing for us in this photo are the twins, aptly named Blue 500 and Red 500.

Sunday, September 1, 2013

South East Florida SAAC - Your Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach Car Club

A famous playwright from centuries past once wrote: "What's in a name?" We've got the answer: "A lot." Especially when your name is South East Florida Shelby American Automobile Club Region.

If you spend enough time around us, it's easy to see we're committed to being the nation's premier Shelby, Mustang, Cobra, and high performance Ford Club. How do we do that, you ask? Simple. We drive 'em, show 'em, and have fun.

Monday, August 12, 2013

Big Block Muscle, "Horse" Power Heart - SEFL SAAC & Friends at Children's Home Society

There's a time for work and a time for fun, but there should always be time to do what's right. On August 10, 2013, SEFLSAAC and friends made time for all three to help the West Palm Beach Children's Home Society with their back-to-school supplies drive.

The Children's Home Society supports foster families who aid at-risk children, and helps find permanent homes for those who cannot be reunited with the birth parents. This non-profit organization provides support to the kids and their families. Every year around August, these children go back to school, some without the tools they need to excel in school.

This year, SEFLSAAC and friends stepped up to the plate and hit a home run. The cars paraded into the facility parking lot loaded to the brim with book bags, tablets, notebooks, lunchboxes - you name it, if it could fit into the trunk (or passenger seats, or just about anywhere, really), they had it, and brought it out for these kids in need.

Thanks to everyone who rode out and made this event a success. You have given the children of needy families the tools they need to excel in school and reach for brighter futures. This event fired on all cylinders, and it wouldn't have been as great as it was if not for everyone's involvement. Thanks again, and see you next time!

Monday, August 5, 2013

Ford's Garage, Italian Mustangers and the Coolest Bathrooms Ever?!

You read that title right. Now hang on, as there's a lot going on in this post and you won't want to miss any of it.

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Mystery Cruise #2 Revealed: The Deering Estate

If you've been following our mystery cruise clues, whether on Instagram or on the forum, you probably wouldn't have guessed that we'd end up where we ended up last Saturday, given that South Florida is a pretty big place with lots of history... and that's okay! It wasn't our goal to give the destination away so easily...

The Deering Estate at Cutler is indeed one of South Florida's dearest historical wonders. The former winter home of philanthropist, Charles Deering, the Deering Estate has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1986. Today it chronicles some of the very earliest chapters in the human history of South Florida. The archaeological records housed in the Deering Estate, specifically in the Cutler Fossil Site, tell a story of pre-historic human habitation in South Florida dating as far back as 10,000 years; prior to the discovery of the fossilized remains of South Florida's first and most ancient residents, scientists were only able to trace human habitation in South Florida back 4,000 years, making the Cutler Fossil Site one of the most archaeologically significant sites in the Eastern United States. Most of these sensitive artifacts, excavated in 1986, are now part of archive collections at the Historical Museum of Southern Florida and the Florida Museum of Natural History in Gainesville. 

To those of you who were able to join us and seize the beautiful day, thanks for cruising with us, touring with us and learning with us. It was a truly fun and enlightening day for all.


Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Re-Cap: Marlins vs Nationals - Saturday July 13, 2013

Happy Tuesday Everyone!

Last Saturday was our club's first ever tailgate party! And it was so much fun that it had us wondering why hadn't done something like this before. If you were unable to attend, we're sorry that you had to miss out. But we hope to see you at our next event!

We had lots of vehicles show up to the tailgate party, which was held at the service area of Gus Machado Ford. From there we caravanned to the game. Much to our surprise, a conveniently located open lot awaited the arrival of our Ford-powered team.

From there it was a short, brisk walk to the ballpark.

Upon entering the stadium we were greeted by live performers dressed in colorful, folkloric Colombian costumes. Evidently, it was Colombian night. Suffice it to say there were lots of photo opportunities and infectiously festive live music that would make wallflowers dance. Our infamously uncooperative SoFlo weather actually cooperated with us, as we went into the ball park without rain and left without rain. While inside of the stadium, however, it stormed profusely. No matter. Beneath the protective dome of the new stadium (pictured below), we witnessed the Marlins game undisturbed.

And what a game! After falling behind for most of the game, our Marlins somehow managed to score a home-run at the bottom of the 9th and pulled an unexpected comeback victory, bases loaded, in the 10th tie-breaking inning against the Nationals.

Thank you to South Florida Ford for making this event possible and to our sister-club, the Muscle-Stangs of Miami, for joining us and letting the good times roll as always.

All the best!

Thursday, July 4, 2013

Happy Independence Day!

Happy Fourth, everyone! 

SE FL SAAC wishes you and your families a fun, safe day! Enjoy.

Warmest regards,

Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Cars and Kilts

We got our kilts twisted at the Cars and Kilts car show at The Twisted Kilt Pub. While none of us got out our tartan kilts for the event, our cars were polished up and show ready. Mustangs and Shelby's, even Dodges and a Chevy Corvette were out in full force. After the show, we all sat together at one table to enjoy some pub food and brew. All in all, it was a great show and an awesome tribute to our friend and brother, Juan, who we're sure was watching us from up above and smiling.

Saturday, June 15, 2013

Happy Fathers Day!

Happy Fathers Day weekend, everyone!

Just in case you find yourself looking for a last minute gift for the ol' man, we have a few suggestions.

Good Idea: You simply can't go wrong with a Darth Vader t-shirt for your Darth Daddy. It's the ultimate way to show him that he is the greatest father in the galaxy.

Very Good Idea: PB Bacon BEER Brownies... #WIN! Get the clever recipe and start baking a batch NOW! Warning: Resist the temptation to eat the batter before baking.

Bad idea: Good intentions don't make up for bad gifts. Sorry. :(

Warmest regards to you and yours always!

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

June 2013 Events

June 1 2013 SPECIAL INVITATION FROM MSM in celebration of their 4th anniversary

TIME : 11:00 AM until 6:00 PM
WHERE : Tamiami Park 11201 SW 24 street Miami Fl SHELTER # 5
Activities for all, appetizers, water , soda, salad, rolls, and arroz campesino will be served at 2:00 PM.

June 8th, from 7:30am - 10:30am. Invitation from Bryan Styles to "Cars & Coffee" at the Styles Collection.

For those of you unfamiliar with the group, Cars & Coffee is a gathering of like-minded car, truck and motorcycle enthusiasts where hundreds of proud drivers congregate to kick tires, tell tall tales, and have a cup of coffee and a donut. There is something for everyone to enjoy, classics, exotics, concepts, hot rods, motorcycles, and motorsport vehicles. It’s all free, with the exception of funds for the coffee and donuts ($1.00 each) which will be going to local charities. Check out their official website for more info.

Andrew McClary from will be joining us to capture the event on video, so don't forget that second coat of wax! 

No RSVP necessary. We encourage you to extend this open invitation to your car enthusiast friends. 

WHERE: 2051 High Ridge Road, Boynton Beach, FL 33426 (Miami Folks: that's a one hour ride. Plan accordingly.)

PS. Don't let the potentially humid or wet weather keep you away. The 11,000 sq.ft air-conditioned facility will keep you comfortable and dry.

June 16 FATHERS DAY Enjoy this time with your families.

June 23 To Be Determined. IN MEMORY OF JUAN'S DAY

Monday, May 20, 2013

SE FL SAAC on the Cover of the Rolling Stones!!!???

Well not quite...  Sorry, folks. We did not in fact make the cover of the Rolling Stones Magazine. (Mad editing props go out to our resident tech support, the Mach 1 Fashionista and Mr. T) However, we did make the June 2013 Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords. They covered NPD's 19th Annual Ford & Mustang Roundup at Silvers Springs, Florida. 

Turn to page 140 FRATERNITY OF FORDS... 

 ...and low and behold in the big picture you have from left to right:

1)   The BLUE BOMB (a.k.a. El Gee Tee 500)
2)   Then you have the black and gold HERTZ driven by Mr. J
3)   Followed by Luis and Marlene’s Boss 302 (recently wrecked R.I.P. they are OK)
4)   Oh no. another stump puller the RED BOMB (a.k.a. EL Otro Gee Tee 500) driven by Mr. Nelly and Miss Jacklyn
5)   Followed by Marcs red Pantera
6)   Next to it you have Mr. T and Mrs. Alis blue Mach 1

Just above this picture they have a small picture. 

Here we have :
1)   Mr. Hectors and Mrs. Ayi yellow / black Stang convertible
2)   Followed by Mrs. J black GT convertible
3)   Mr. Ciros white Cobra………………hissssssssss said the snake.

Then if you have a HUBBLE TELESCOPE and you magnify this tiny picture, the building in the back you would see DARTHs BIG RED (a.k.a. El Gee Tee 500 Viejo). 

It was parked next to the survivor 1966 red Shelby, the beautiful Green 1968 GT 500 that belongs to Mr. Jim and Rick Schimdts (picture on page 148). Unfortunately BIG RED did not come out in the magazine…….just a red dot

But through the miracle of the HUBBLE, we have magnified it for your viewing pleasure in picture number four. I guess it does not make sense to photograph two red Shelbys together. Oh well, maybe next year. 

Congratulations to all!


Friday, April 19, 2013

Mustangs & Mustangs at the Fantasy of Flight 2013

Ask a bunch of gearhead guys and gals whether they like cars, and I bet you can guess the answer. Now ask them about planes. Surprisingly, you'll get the same answer.

On the weekend of April 13, 2013 Southeast Florida SAAC was out in full force at Fantasy of Flight, a sprawling aeronautical museum right in their backyard. With several Ford clubs attending, it goes without saying that there were plenty of Mustangs. But that's only half the equation. The other mustang was a World War II fighter plane, the P-51 Mustang. All event guests got their picture taken with their car astride the fighter plane.

You could spend a day and then some perusing at vast assortment of aeronautical history. The museum housed everything from early twentieth century biplanes to such oddities as a helicopter/airplane hybrid. And, unlike some museums, these exhibits aren't meant just to be displayed. The curators actually fired some up and went airborne in mock dogfights. Some of us were lucky enough to get rides in these vintage planes.

It was rumored that celebrities were in attendance. Our photographers caught Marylin Monroe and Elvis Presley among the crowds.

Interestingly enough, we learned a puzzling bit of automobile history while at an airplane museum. Apparently, Mr. Shelby had dealings south of the border in Mexico. He organized Shelby of Mexico which produced (you guessed it) Shelbys and specially-optioned Mavericks, but that's another story. Check our forum for those details.

We'd like to thank all our Mustang and Shelby friends who rode out to make this event so great. Special thanks go out to Fantasy of Flight for being such great hosts.

Monday, April 8, 2013

SE FL SAAC at Barrett Jackson in Palm Beach County

On Saturday, April 6, 2013, Barrett Jackson held its world-reknown event in Florida at the Palm Beach County fairgounds. The South East Florida SAAC attended in full force. We were fortunate that one of our members was able to obtain sixty free entry passes for our club. We got more than we bargained for when realized that each of the entry tickets was good for two attendees - that's one-hundred and twenty entries total. Since we had more than we needed, we donated several to families who have never been, or would not otherwise have gone.

The air-conditioned exhibition center was so packed with vendors you could almost forget there was an auction going on. Taking up the lion's share of floor space were Ford and Chevy, both touting their latest models and redesigned supercars. The new for 2014 Corvette drew a crowd of onlookers and was respectable in its own right with a projected 450 horsepower and as much in torque. But the real buzz was in Ford's corner. Apart from the expected T-shirt giveaways, Ford staff were on hand to sign you up for a ride in their latest line-up. They also had a remarkable display - a brand-new Mustang GT attached to a brace and turned 90-degrees onto its side so you could see the car from beneath. Unless you're a mechanic, you rarely see cars from this angle, and never this clean. The intricacy of everything underneath these cars gives you a newfound appreciation for what makes them go.

Outside the center was a plethora of vendors and exhibits. Parked under a series of tents along the thoroughfare was a collection of show cars primed for the auction. Parked in neat rows were several million dollars of autos, ranging from the earliest stretch of automotive history to late-model supercars of today. At the far end was a speedway, where those had signed up got a ride in Ford's and Chevy's latest cars, culminating, of course, in either the new Shelby or Corvette, depending on your preference.
The auction itself was an exciting event. From a regular guy's point of view (that's yours truly):

1) The 1970 dark green Mach 1 428 sold at $57,000 was a bargain
2) The 1970 light  green Mach 1 428  sold at $60,000 was a bargain
3) The 1969 metalic light blue 428 SCJ sold at $64, 000 was a bargain
4) The 1968 metallic blue GT500 convertible sold at $300,000 was a bargain
5) The 1970 grabber blue Boss 429 sold at $190,000 was a bargain

On the first three cars, you could not restore them for what they sold for, except if you did it yourself. These cars are beautiful. Check out the pictures that we took.

Some things we did not understand, but then again maybe it's a sign of the economic times. A very clean 1969 Camaro Z-28, with the cross ram option and the rare rear disc brake option, sold for a very low $150,000. Meanwhile, a 1968 GT500E continuation car sold for $135,000.

All things considered, the Barrett Jackson event is definitely a must-see for all car enthusiasts. We took over 1,000 photos, but have narrowed them down to about 300 which we'll be sharing with you soon. Folks, if you have never been to one, all we can tell you is do it. Experiencing so many fine automobiles in one concentrated spot borders on sensory overload, but it is totally worth it.

Southeast Florida SAAC would like to thank South Florida Ford for granting us this special opportunity to attend such a world-class auto event.

Check out more images from this event at our gallery.

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Mystery Cruise - March 2013

On Sunday, March 24, 2013, the South East Florida SAAC Region and their friends, the Muscle Stangs of Miami, mobilized for a car cruise to parts unknown. Calling it a "Mystery Cruise," no one was sure where everyone was going until they got there, except for one guy who knew all along (you know who you are), and he sure wasn't telling. In fact, he still wouldn't reveal the details for the purposes of this story, as he was sworn to secrecy on Her Majesty's Secret Service. The location remains a well-kept secret known only to those fortunate to have participated.

The day was hot and bright when the car clubs converged in Miami and set out, first taking a cruise up historic Southwest Eighth Street, the historical epicenter of Miami's vibrant Cuban community. The second leg of the cruise ran the length of the world-famous Art Deco district on Collins Avenue in Miami Beach, Florida, where some of the same multi-million dollar eateries and hotels have stood since the days of Meyer Lansky and Al Capone. But, to everyone's surprise, the run up Collins was not the cruise in itself. No, it was merely the route chosen to get to where they were headed. The cruise culminated in a quiet, out of the way beach hidden in plain sight, and which to this day remains a well-kept secret even to the locals.

After a picnic lunch, the car enthusiasts and their families were treated to mangrove forests, kayaking, bike rides, and beaches. Fun, sun, and a history lesson too, if you were paying attention. What more can a car guy or gal ask for?

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

April Events 2013

Saturday, April 6, 2013 - Barret Jackson Car Auction in West Palm Beach

Time: 8:00 AM    
Place: South Florida Fairgrounds    
Gate Prices:Adult - $18.00 Senior (55+), Military, Student - $15.00 Child (6-12) - $8.00
Check out their site for more info.

Friday/Saturday, April 12-13, 2013 - Mustangs and Mustangs Fantasy of Flight in Polk County Florida

Location: Fantasy of Flight – located off I-4, Exit #44 - Polk City, Florida, Phone 863-984-3500
Show Hours: 10:00 A.M. To 4:00 P.M.
Pre-registration: $40 (Must be received before March 29, 2013) Dash Plaques to first 250 Pre-Registered
Day of Show: $45 Registration hours 8:00 A.M. - 10:00 A.M.

From Miami to Polk County it is about a 4 hour trip, some of our members have already confirmed that they've made reservations at a nearby hotel. Contact us if you need information on overnight stays. This is an event you won't want to miss if you are able to attend. You will have a unique opportunity to take a picture of your Mustang with a P-51 Mustang Airplane.

General Information as per the Imperial Mustang Club site:
Please join Imperial Mustangs of Polk County at Fantasy of Flight on April 13th for our 16th annual event. All Ford-powered vehicles are 
WELCOME. “Mustangs & Mustangs-Legends Havin’ Fun 2013” is a Mustang & All-Ford Show. Joining us will be several legendary P-51 Mustang 
Airplanes.  This year in addition to two (2) day of show passes to Fantasy of Flight, you will also receive two (2) “return at a later date” passes to use at your 
leisure.  This year we will be offering raffle tickets for a ride in a Stearman Bi-Plane.

Click here to register. 

Saturday, April 20, 2013 - Gulf Shore Mustang Car Show 4:00 to 7:00 PM Mustangs / Ford Only Event

Destination: Bell Tower Shops US1 Daniels Parkway Fort Myers 
Meeting Time: 1:00 PM 
Meeting Place: We will be meeting at the Sedanos at 186 street NW 87 avenue. Then we travel to Fort Myers (about a 2-3 hour trip). We will return the same day. At your convenience, you may opt to spend the night in the Ft Myers area and leave on Sunday morning.

March Events 2013

Sunday, March 24, 2013 - Mystery Cruise

This event, SE Florida SAAC's first mystery cruise of 2013, will be a family-oriented event that will take us through some very scenic points in Miami.

Meeting Place: Home Depot parking lot at 3030 SW 8 Street Miami Florida - at that point you will be handed instructions to guide you to our destination.
Time: We will meet at 9:00 AM and leave promptly at 9:30 AM to our destination. Estimated arrival time is 11:30 am - 12:00 pm.
Lunch: You may choose to eat at a nearby restaurant or alternatively bring your own picnic lunch, as tables and chairs will be available throughout the area. For those choosing to dine at restaurants, dishes start at $5/6 per person so plan accordingly.
Fees: A nominal entrance fee of $6 per car will be charged at our final destination.
Attire: Come very casual and very comfortable. Beach attire is recommended. You may also pack towels, footballs, volleyballs, frisbees, chairs, sun screen, umbrellas etc-- all the items you would need to enjoy a paradisiacal day. 

Friday, March 1, 2013

The Miami Herald: "Arts of all Kinds at Hialeah's Art on Palm Festival"

The Hialeah Art on Palm Car and Bike Show turned out to be a great success both for the area gearheads and the local community. Nine city blocks of arts, crafts, music, food, cars, choppers, and octane ensured something for everyone, and everyone had a great time.

For those who aren’t so into cars as we are (and yes, these people exist), there were one-of-a-kind paintings, jewelry, hand-made clothes. For those who like to dance, the music ran the gamut from techno and rock to salsa and jazz. And for those who like to eat (and who doesn’t?), there was an army of food trucks arrayed on the street offering every variety of food imaginable.

We’d like to extend a special "Thank You" to Jean, who coordinated the food trucks at this and similar events. My friends, we were in food heaven. And also, "thank you" to Jumping Jack and the City Of Hialeah, for once again putting on a first class event.

We had fifteen cars show up to the event, and nine took home trophies. Interestingly, the judging also included cash prizes. Imagine, instead of having to pay to enter the show (entry was free), you get a nominal prize for ranking in. There’s a Yakov Smirnov joke there somewhere (“In Soviet Russia, car show pays you!”).

At least one Miami Herald reporter was on site. He interviewed some of our SAAC members and took photographs of our fine vehicles. Read about what he had to say below:

Please Note: The story and images below belong to the Miami Herald and/or respective writers/photographers. For a vast collection of pictures taken by our very own SE FL SAAC members click here.


By Daniel Bock
For the Miami Herald

"Hundreds of people turned out for the annual Art on Palm festival in Hialeah on Saturday, Feb. 23. The free event featured two entertainment stages, food trucks, a car show, and vendors of food, crafts and art."

Read more here.
Classic cars and modern hotrods line Palm Avenue for the annual Art on Palm festival in Hialeah, Saturday, Feb. 23, 2013. Hundreds of people turned out for the free event, which also featured two entertainment stages, food trucks, and vendors of food, crafts, and art. DANIEL BOCK / For The Miami Herald

Fort Meyers resident Nelson Valledor puts a shine on his 2011 GT Mustang during the annual Art on Palm festival in Hialeah, Saturday, Feb. 23, 2013. Hundreds of people turned out for the free event, which featured two entertainment stages, food trucks, a car show, and vendors of food, crafts, and art. DANIEL BOCK / For The Miami Herald.

Classic cars and modern hotrods line Palm Avenue for the annual Art on Palm festival in Hialeah, Saturday, Feb. 23, 2013. Hundreds of people turned out for the free event, which also featured two entertainment stages, food trucks, and vendors of food, crafts, and art. DANIEL BOCK / For The Miami Herald

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

February Events 2013

Saturday, February 16, 2013 - Coconut Grove Arts Festival 

Place: Coconut Grove. As per the official site info: "Nearly one mile of arts, food and fun, the Festival is held annually in the streets of Coconut Grove, Florida – a charming village within the city of Miami. The Festival is located just south of downtown Miami, adjacent to beautiful Biscayne Bay. It runs along the streets of McFarlane Road, South Bayshore Drive and Pan American Drive." We will be meeting on site.
Time: 9:30 am
Attire: No club shirts. Just casual wear.
General InfoThe Coconut Grove Arts Festival is just that: an arts festival. No car involvement. Very laid back. It's all about the arts, crafts, food, music, and lots of interesting characters. If you have never gone,  you should experience it at least once in a lifetime. We try to go very year. Admission fee per person is $10.00. Free admission for children under 12.

Thursday, February 21, 2013 - 2nd Annual Gus Machado Ford Red Carpet Event

Place: 15551 South Dixie Highway in Kendall
Time: 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Attire: Casual, comfortable attire.
General Info: If you've ever wanted to feel like a celebrity for an evening and show off your hot ride in the process, then this event is one you won't want to miss. Your car will be a star for the evening. Pictures will be taken of your car looking glamorous and posted on the official Gus Machado Facebook Page, and there will be music and free food (and seriously, who doesn't love that?). This is an open invitation but spots are limited so please contact us by Wednesday February 20th at the latest to reserve your spot - subject line: "Gus Machado Ford Event." 

Saturday, February 23, 2013 - Art on Palm Car Show / Arts Festival

Place: 501 Palm Avenue, Hialeah. Please note: We will be meeting off of I-75. Leaving promptly at 2 pm from the Sedanos Parking Lot located on 186 st and NW 87 Ave.
Time: 2 pm - all day
Attire: Club shirts 
General Info: Live bands, DJ, Arts and Crafts show. Entertainment all day.  Food trucks.