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BOSS Nationals 2021

Mark your calendar to attend the national gathering of Ford's best high-performance true Boss Mustang and Cougar cars - stock, modified and Cougar cars - past and present. The show is going on: rain, sleet, snow, COVID-19 - no backing out. We will recognize the 50th anniversary of the 1971 Boss 351. This is also the 50th anniversary of Ford ending its "Ford Total Performance" campaign that saw Ford, at one time or another, dominate every type of motor racing on the track and on the street.

Free for all spectators. Activities include car show with featured cars and multiple judged car classes including a limited number of MCA judging slots; swap meet; live music; beer garden; lots of food; and more!

BOSS Nationals 2021

Address : 605 Broadway Marysville KS
Phone : 940-779-3441   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : Info@BossNationals.com

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Admission Fee : $75 per car. Pre-registration, $50

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