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|50th anniversary BOSS
Reunion 2019. Labor Day Weekend 2019.
Location: Pittsburg International Race Complex
50 years of BOSS 302. How could we miss an important anniversary like that? For more details and information join the conversation here.
|BOSS Reunion 2011. August
5-7, 2011. Dearborn, Michigan.
Aug. 5 - Friday - 7:30 AM to 3 PM AAI Mustang Plant Tour and
Track Ride, Flat Rock, MI.
As you can see from the schedule above this was quite an event. It had just about everything a BOSS 302 owner could want. We would like to thank the following people (in no particular order) for their part in making this event as great as it could be:
Lisa Leathery - event and hotel coordination.
Donald Farr - Signing autographs for his new book and guest speaker.
Kevin Marti - Owner of Marti Autoworks and guest speaker.
Bill Barr - Retired Ford Motor Company BOSS 302 engine engineer and guest speaker.
Mat Donner - Retired Ford Motor Company BOSS 302 chassis engineer, signing autographs and guest speaker.
Bill Cook - Ford Motor Company employee and fellow BOSS 302 Registry member. He had the right contacts and connections to make this event happen.
Mike Rey - President of the Mustang Owners Club of Southeast Michigan (MOCSEM) for his efforts in coordinating this event and all the MOCSEM membership for their hospitality in hosting us at The Mustang Memories Car Show and Swap Meet.
The Ford Motor Company employees at the AAI Mustang Plant for their hospitality and the plant tour.
The people at Roush Industries for their hospitality in opening and hosting us at The Roush Collection.
Photo links courtesy of Bill Cook:
Ford World Headqurters 8/7/11 Show We had 141 BOSS cars in attendance!
Must see! Video montage from the AAI plant courtesy of The Ford Motor Company.
|We are proud to say the BOSS Car
Nationals 2005 - BOSS CARS REUNITED was a huge
success! Held June 3-5 2005. Hosted by Carlisle Events, the BOSS 302, 351, BOSS Eliminator
Registries along with BOSS 429 owners within the All Ford Nationals 2005 at Carlisle, PA.
(See photos below!)
Ok, took me a while to try and think of everyone to thank, but here goes. Now I know I will forget someone, please respond to this thread if I do, but only respond for that fact. These are in no special order.
First, Don Goebel for getting us in contact with Bud Moore in the first place and making that happen. He also was selling some really nice Nationals shirts that were white golf type. I believe he sold out by the end of the event.
Henry Rasmussen for making some special items and bringing some cool stuff to the event. Also, for the great auction he held at the BBQ. He knew how to suck the cash out of Mark Brown's wallet :) Very entertaining. Thanks for the $$ donation Henry. Very kind of you.
Donald Farr for signing books and anything that was thrown at him. He also helped me hand out door prizes at the BBQ.
Frank Bowers for sending a TA tape that we had rolling for everyone to watch. Hope you guys liked that movie area.
Doug Duncan for setting up the Hooters gala. Man what fun. Also, thank you for the nice glass trophy presentation. I will display that proudly. And thank your wife for trying out and winning the Miss FORD Carlisle pageant.
Gregg Anderson for sitting at the registration table and taking care of 'stuff' in general.
Darryl Martin, Brandon Solano, Mike Hartman and Todd Eby for parking cars and working on their tan. And also for stuffing BBQ tickets and setting up the compendium sheets for DocBOSS. These guys worked hard and had to listen to why some owners didn't want to park where they were told. Unsung heroes in my book. Brandon also supplied the Ice Breakers Liquid Ice for your enjoyment.
Jim Turrich for making the Tee Shirts for the event, the concours metal plaques and the metal plaques for the door prizes.
Rick Parker for holding a reception for the west coast caravan and bringing a few hats for us to enjoy.
Brett Cooper for paying big bucks out of his pocket so we could have some very nice lanyards. Henry Rasmussen helped earn some money for us to help him financially so he could go home to his wife :) He also sat at his computer for hours making name tags for everyone. What a guy. Thanks Brett. And we didn't even ask him, but it looked like he was having fun.
Mark Brown for driving that distance, displaying his car and going out of his way to pick up people in his caravan so they could be in one big group. Thanks for the little west coast goodie bag man!
Gary Pechman for bringing that keg o' beer and having those cool beer mugs for people to buy.
Rex Fields for having
Mr. Carlisle for us to sample. Man, he was really good!
|BOSS Car Nationals
|BOSS Car Nationals
7 BOSS 302 Cougar Eliminators
23 BOSS 429s
Still counting the BOSS 302 Mustangs
|For more information and links to pictures, click here: BOSS Nationals 2005|
|What you missed at the Mustang's 40th Anniversary, Nashville, TN. 4-17-2004:|
Registry members at Mustang's 40th Anniversary - Nashville, TN. 4-17-2004.