Ford lovers of all generations will want to steer their way to the N.C. Transportation Museum in Spencer on Saturday, August 6.

The museum will be hosting its 12th Annual All Ford Show from 9am to 1pm. The All Ford Show is among the museum’s largest car shows of the year and features classics, muscle cars and sports cars from different eras of Ford Motor Company’s 100+ year history. This Saturday, you can expect to see:

  • Mustangs
  • Thunderbirds
  • Fairlanes
  • Lincolns
  • Mercurys
  • Model A’s
  • Model T’s

Owners of Ford “orphans” are also invited to join the mix. The show is an opportunity to see over a century of Ford History in one driveway.  

The event is free for spectators and will feature a live DJ, food, a 50/50 raffle and a trophy presentation. Donations collected from participants will benefit the museum’s auto upkeep. To register a car, print and complete this form and bring it with you to the show. For more information, contact Dick Goho at 315-771-7322.

Ford lovers can also stop into County Ford on Auto Park Drive in Graham, NC anytime to see an impressive lineup of new and used Ford vehicles. And we’d love to hear about your experience at the All Ford Show!  

About the Museum

The North Carolina Transportation Museum is located at 411 S. Salisbury Avenue in Spencer, NC.

The 60-acre museum hosts a number of exhibits throughout the year including the All GM Show and the Antique Auto Club of America Car Show. The four museum buildings are located on what was once the largest steam locomotive servicing facility of the Southern Railway Company. The museum’s locomotive history is kept alive through its train rides, exhibits, and shows.

The N.C. Transportation Museum is a non-profit organization and part of the N.C. Department of Natural and Cultural Resources. It is recognized as a state historic site.