To a group of guys in San Angelo, the Mustang car emblem is their pride and joy. Saturday they were showing off the emblem, engine and everything else that screams mustang at an annual car show.
The 19th annual Mustang Roundup took place Saturday at Jim Bass Ford. Some people who might think all mustangs look the same were proven wrong. From old classics to the new models, there was something out there for everyone to look at and appreciate. The toughest job comes at the hands of the judges who have to decide who has the best car.
James Barrows, President of the San Angelo Mustang Club, said, "As far as Mustangs, see you have different mustangs. You have Shelbys, you have Cobras, you have Rouschs and there's where we have a little more distinction because you add the SVT team, the special vehicles team and those kind of vehicles are more modified. So we actually designate them into their own class."
The show was hosted by Jim Bass and Three Rivers Auto Supply. No word on who won each class at the car show.