Foxtoberfest 2021 was the 10th anniversary of the fun event held at the Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concorde, North Carolina. The Fox-Body Mustang was produced by Ford from 1979 till 1993, only slightly longer than the event has been occurring.
The first gathering in 2011 only drew a little over 60 Fox-Body vehicles. This year they were shooting for 500 Fox-Bodied vehicles, but they blew past that number and ended up with over 700 cars in attendance, making it a huge success.
Foxtoberfest is not your traditional Mustang Show. Every model, type, modded, brightly painted, rusty and primered, immaculate, and works in progress was there as their owners proudly display their favorite Foxes.
PowerCurve Motorsport's dyno was there with a steady stream of Fox-Body Mustangs turning the rollers over at high rates of speed to see what kind of RWHP number they could turn.
The show features a popular vote format where registered show participants decide who receives the coveted trophies for classes like "1987-93 Best Original" as well as the giveaways like "Most In Need of Upholstery".
All-Fox Swap Meet was a part of it as well as many Vendors. New Fox-Body parts were available for sale in the Fox Mustang Restoration tent who were also the show organizers.
Best In Show - Mark Schlitzkus
Best 1979-86 All Original - Amy Houtz
Best 1979-86 Modified - Robert Miller
Best 1979-86 Daily Driver - Clair McDaniel
Best 1987-93 All Original - Michael Ward
Best 1987-93 Modified - Tracy Murphy
Best 1987-93 Daily Driver - Ward Wagner
Best Work in Progress - Kameron Cruze
Best Non-Mustang Fox - Adam Delamielleure
Best Special Edition - Mike Snedeker
Gearhead704 - Casey Jones
Foxcast Media - Peter Fuhrman
PITS - Shane Galloway
Mustang Week - Jamey Mattingly
Mustang Week - Thomas Rice
Mustang Week - Eddie Olinger
Daniel Carpenter - Bradley Bonifacius
Powercurve Motorsports, Highest Horsepower - Chris Craig
Fox Mustang Restoration - Billy Oddo
Fox Mustang Restoration - Matthew Faggart