THE annual Pacific Ford Total Performance Car Show is on tomorrow in Maroochydore, showcasing an expected 200 special Fords of all eras.  

Now in its eighth edition, this ever-popular show will feature Blue Oval models from a 1934 Tudor right through to 2016 Mustangs and a Focus RS.  

Bathurst 2014 champ Chaz Mostert will be on site from 12pm for a presentation, while Dick Johnson's 1984 Australian Touring Car Championship winning Greens Tuf Falcon will be on show thanks to the Bowden's Collection.  

The show hopes to display one of each Falcon model from over its 56-year history, in tribute to the soon to be retired Aussie nameplate.   

Organiser Greg Manchester said a few days before showtime they were only short of an XK Falcon from the list of 24 specific models.  

The entry list reveals muscle cars ranging from Mustangs, Cobras and Falcon GTs of the 1960s, four-cylinder Brits, hot rods and modern special editions and turbos.   

There will also be a race simulator and dyno for Ford entrants to discover their cars' power outputs.  

Free to spectate and enter a car, it's one of the standout car shows on the Coast and a credit to the Ford marque.

What? Pacific Ford 8th Total Performance Car Show.   

Details? A showcase of Ford's Australian, European and American performance cars.  

When? Tomorrow, August 7 from 9am - 3pm (show cars can enter from 6.30am).  

Where? Pacific Ford, 122-124 Sugar Rd, Maroochydore.  

How much? Free to show and spectate.

More info? pacificfpv.weebly.com  


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