Roush Dream Car Give-a-way


Destination - Myrtle Beach

The 35th annual Run to the Sun in Myrtle Beach, SC, lived up to expectations. If you had any concerns about the car hobby, the huge crowd and the number of show cars would confirm that the hobby is alive and well.

RTTS, as it's called on social media outlets, attracts cars from all over, with a cutoff year of 1989 and is open to every make, making it a true car enthusiasts' event.

At this event, you will see everything from rat rods to fully restored muscle cars; you can truly get lost in the art of cars here. This year, we brought Stuart Earp's '87 Foxbody and Jason Moore's Iroc Z.

The two parked together drew a lot of attention from Gen Xers.It was enjoyable to overhear some of the conversations that were had about the two cars.

"Run to the Sun" kicks off the show season for many of us in the southeast, and the weather was amazing this year, with a little light rain on Friday.

I have always felt that this event draws a great crowd of true car enthusiasts, rather than just your typical trophy chasers. Knowing some of the behind-the-scenes obstacles involved in putting on a show of this size in a major city, the new owners did an amazing job.

With well over 3,000 cars, parking can become scarce. Many people arrive on Wednesday and leave their cars, including us. Friday marks the beginning of the fun, with numerous spectators and The Rats at the Beaver show taking place a few miles up the road in Murrells Inlet.

Mustang Week attendees are familiar with the area. If you wish to experience the car hobby in its purest form, the Rats at the Beaver Bar is the place to be. We eagerly anticipate this event every year. The promoters informed us that the event raised approximately $45,000 for charity and featured well over 3,000 cars.

Make your plans now to attend the 2025 event from March 13 to 15 and come enjoy everything Myrtle Beach has to offer.

Check out some more great 'Stangs in the gallery below!

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