"Carlisle Pennsylvania - Dollywood Tennessee"
June 4th, we start at the end of the Ford Nationals. We then head south traveling a total of 4 days and driving a total of 730 miles through Pennsylvania, Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina and Tennesse. Our route will take us on scenic byways at comfortable speeds for our 50+ year old cars. Some of the scenic roads we will be traveling include Skyline Drive, The Blue Ridge Parkway and Route 441.
Hotel and events will be given to those who are attending the Stampede only, and as information becomes available.
The only way to attend, and to get the latest information.
To attend, you must send an email with your contact information, where you will be joining and information about your Pinto, to the email address below:
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 raising money for the
Michael J. Fox Parkinson's Foundation.
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.