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Never thought we'd have the opportunity to see the car we all have a reverence for but it will be here in Florida shortly:

"The recently rediscovered 1968 Ford Mustang that raced through the streets of San Francisco in the movie Bullitt heads east next month to appear at the 23rd Annual Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance in Florida.

The dark-green Mustang GT fastback driven by Steve McQueen in the 1968 film will be shown in the Hagerty booth at the concours, which takes place March 11. The iconic movie car was revealed in January during the Detroit auto show and at a special appearance in Traverse City, Michigan, sponsored by Hagerty, the classic car insurance and valuation company. "

The Concourse is on Sunday, March 11. Here are the details:

Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance
9:30 am - 4:00 pm at the Golf Club of Amelia Island on the 10th & 18th Fairway

General Admission
Gates open at 9:30 AM
- Adult Ticket $ 95.00/ $120.00 at the gate
- Youth Ticket (12-18) $ 50.00

Early Entry Limited Quantities Must Purchase in Advance
Entry at 8:30 AM
- Adult $150.00
- Youth $80.00

Active Duty Military (with ID)
Active Duty Military and immediate family tickets (ID required) can be purchased beginning Thursday, March 9th inside the Ritz-Carlton or at the gate for $50.00 each. If you wish to purchase pre-paid lunch tickets they will be available at will-call for pickup.

Children under age twelve (12) are free with paying adult

Concours Automobiles will be on display on Sunday, March 11, 2018 only.
Tickets are required for this event and to attend both seminars.

It is not cheap but this is no ordinary car show.Best to buy tickets on- line while available.

I've attended in the past and never regretted the admission charge after viewing the incredible cars they find and display. A real " bucket list event " similar to the Pebble Beach concourse.

Who wants to have a meet-up to attend ?
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