Welcome to the one, the only! Pinto Stampede
50th Anniversary of the Ford Pinto!
Dates: July 11th-16th & car show on the 17th, 2021.
Four separate Stampede's are preparing to work their way across the country, with various stops along the way, from July 11th - July 16th.
Hotel blocks have been released and event registration is closed as we are now preparing for the journey. If you are a late comer, sorry as some of the events are now full. We do have one day that is unlimited, that is the one listed below. If you want to come see the Pinto's the big event is on Saturday July 17th, at the Ford Mercury Restorers Car Club show at the fairground in Belleville Michigan.
10871 Quirk Rd, Belleville, MI 48111
Gates open at 8:00 am
To track the Stampede's as they traverse the country in real time, follow this link:
The Stampedes are up and running!
We will also be raising money for Parkinson's research as we are also a legally licensed 501C3 charity! to make a donation, please follow the link.
A Stampede is a car drive like no other!
Most of us drive long distances just to get to the start, then we drive long distances together and afterward we drive home. Thousands of miles in many cases. This is not a drive for a trailer queen, better leave her parked as we don't bring tow trucks for your beloved ornament.
For many reasons, Because we love Pintos and the way they roll down the road. Because we are a fun group of people, we enjoy making new friends and spending time together with old family. We enjoy seeing the sites while driving the scenic roads of America.
And mostly we make a difference, over the years we have raised over $65,000 for the Wounded Warrior Project we also raise money for the 4H club.
Currently we set our sites on helping out the Michael J. Fox Parkinson's Foundation.
To donate online go to:
Kansas Motor Speedway, Martinsville Speedway, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Memphis International Raceway, Gateway Motorsports park, South Boston Speedway, Speedway Motors, Car Henge, The Badlands, Summit Point Motorsports park, Wood Bros., Roush (both of them), The Blue Ridge Parkway, Flight 93 Memorial, Ford nationals at Carlisle, Ford PDC Car Show, The Henry Ford, Mount Rushmore, Mob Steel, Greenfield Village, United States Air Force Museum, National Firearms Museum, Udvar-Hazy Museum, John Deere Museum, National Corvette Museum, Antique Archeology, and of course HELL.