Let me ad for you first-time participants, that the winners are selected by fellow car show participants. There is no official “judging” of your vehicle. I have seen some cars with very little done to them, quite “plain” even, beat out very clean, customized cars that have a lot of time and money put into them. One particular example was a ’99 silver S281-SC that arrived at the show a few minutes before the cut-off time of 10:00 a.m., didn’t get wiped down, kept the hood closed and it still placed in its class. I guess the people really liked the large stylistic vinyl tape outline of a Mustang head on the car’s sides. I am not saying that a showroom stock Saleen is not deserving of a trophy, I especially love the rare, ultra-clean Fox bodies that come to the show. I just don’t participate in the Saleen show expecting to win anything. For me it is about seeing other cool cars, getting together with friends and meeting new people. A cool thing about the show, is that you will definitely see at least one S7 and it is not uncommon to see unveilings of new Saleen vehicles, like the SA20 last year. Oh, if you have a clone, please register in one of the Mustang classes and not a Saleen-specific class.