Conveniently, the show will begin on April 17th, the Mustang’s actual anniversary date, and will run through Sunday, April 19. Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham, Alabama, will host the event. MCA vice-president Stephen McCarley says he’s expecting up to 6,000 Mustangs, with a format set-up similar to the MCA’s club 30th anniversary show in 2006 at Barber. Final details, including the official name of the show, are still being worked out, but expect a cruise to downtown Homewood, four days of open track, and Sunday drive time on the Barber road course. As with past Mustang anniversary shows, Ford will sponsor the event.