The event marks its 35th year in 2013, with over 400 cars expected in this anniversary year, covering the earliest days of the Ford Motor Company, up to the most current and models available.
Vehicle entrants get automatic entry into the National Motor Museum, plus there is reduced entry for individuals to the museum, too, with adult entry being $10 and children $5 that day.
It's a family day with food, fun and enjoyment for all ages. Check out all the Fords, get ideas on restorations and catch up with other car fans along the way. This year the CFS will be demonstrating how their life saving equipment is used in rescue situations.
As a bonus, those vehicles entering to be judged will have the opportunity to compete for no less than 39 class trophies and 5 specialised ones, including Best Car voted by people's choice. Ford clubs of South Australia put on displays that focus on their special interest in the brand so there's plenty to see and do.
Whether you're a fanatic or just a motoring fan, come celebrate All Ford Day turning 35 this Sunday and feel the love of Ford in SA.
For more details contact Alex Robinson, Event Co-ordinator on 0402 965 154
2013 All Ford Day, South Australia
When Sunday 10 March 2013, 10am till 5pm. Gates open for entrants at 7:30am.
Where National Motor Museum, Birdwood, SA
Cost Vehicle Entry: $35, includes entry to Museum pavilions.
For vehicle entry details see http://www.allfordday.net.au
Reduced individual ticket entry to Museum: adults $10, children (5-15yrs) $