THE renowned All Ford Day is moving to York.
If you have a Ford of any shape and size, you are invited to the Avon Valley on Sunday, November 6.
You will not only have the enjoyment of joining more than 300 owners of Ford cars, utes, trucks and classic models but you will be doing your part for charity.
The All Ford Day is a fundraiser for good causes and all money raised will go to charity.
The Shire of York is putting its weight behind the automobile muster which may turn out to be the biggest ever held in a WA country town.
York’s main street will be closed to exhibit the best classic Ford cars including Mustangs and models from the Falcon GT and other clubs.
The All Ford Day has been a regular event since 1984 and is a joint venture between the Mustang Owners Club of WA and the Falcon GT Club of WA.
“We are optimistic that this November assembly in the picturesque Avon Valley will be a major attraction for Ford enthusiasts and for York and Hills people,” says Wilf Chambers co-chairman of the organising committee.
Wilf, and his co-chairman Greg Heylen, said the All Ford Day would be enhanced by trade displays and general entertainment for families.
“All owners pay an entry fee to exhibit and sponsors contribute as well. All of this money goes to charities that support children and worthy causes,” Greg said.
“One year, for example, we donated more than $20,000 toys to Noah’s Ark and arranged outings for the children of Camp Quality.”
For further information call Wilf Chambers on 0418 912 688.