Vintage Mustangs on display at Myrtle Beach

July 23, 2012 by  

The Palace Theater, on the beach at Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, saw hundreds of vintage Mustang power cars over the weekend. The organizers of the event no doubt used flyer printing and poster printing to attract enthusiasts and non-enthusiasts alike to event, so that people can see what modifications and improvements the owners have made to their vehicles to customize and personalize them.

In addition to displaying their vehicles to the public, the owners of the cars have been able to participate in various events at the Darlington Dragway and in burnouts and autocross events at the Myrtle Beach Speedway.

The Myrtle Beach Speedway was first built in 1958 and was originally named the Rambi Raceway. Some of the biggest stars in NASCAR have used it as training grounds, including three generations of Earnhardts and four generations of Pettys. Dale Earnhardt Jr. is the most recent star to whom the Speedway has inaugurated with his first race in South Carolina on June 22, 1996 and who subsequently raced every weekend in the Stock Car Series for Late Model Vehicles.

The Speedway itself is a track that is just over half a mile in length and is a banked asphalt oval track. It is a leader in the world of short-track racing and is home to the largest sporting event that spans a single day in length in the history of Horry County. It currently hosts the Myrtle Beach 400 Weekend, celebrating its 20th year, and formerly hosted the NASCAR Busch Series.

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