Nothing goes together quite like a V8 engine and a cup of coffee, and the folks at the Shelby American Automobile Club couldn’t agree more.
STROUDSBURG, PA | On Saturday, September 17th, the Lehigh Valley Regional Group of the Shelby American Automobile Club will be hosting a “Cars & Coffee” event at the Ray Price Auto Park on Route 33 in Stroudsburg, PA. Event-goers can see an entire lineup of Mustangs, Shelby variants, and other high-performance Ford vehicles while enjoying a cup of coffee.
The event takes place from 9 am to 12 pm and is free to enter for the public. This is the second annual event the regional group has held and a fair turnout is expected. Those interested can find the event at 6320 US-209 Suite B, Stroudsburg, PA 18360
What is the Shelby American Automobile Club?
“The Shelby American Automobile Club (SAAC). SAAC is an international organization that was founded in 1975. It was originally dedicated to the preservation, care, history, and enjoyment of the world championship cars from Shelby American and the cars they have inspired from 1962 to today. Those goals have not changed. Ownership is not required for membership—just enthusiasm.” (SAAC.com)
“SAAC has hosted an annual national convention each year since 1976. They rotate around the country, usually centered in one of the club’s SAAC Convention population centers. [They] had as many as 5,000 people attending. Conventions generally last three days and include activities like judged concours competition, a popular vote car show, swap meet, wheel-to-wheel vintage racing, and the opportunity to drive your car on the track. Conventions also include dinner and an evening program with guest speakers who were former Shelby American drivers, engineers, fabricators and mechanics as well as current-day racers, representatives from Ford and Shelby American, authors, artists, and other notables.” (SAAC.com)