Mustang Week 2013 Event Coverage: SEFB Foxbody Cruise!

The foxbody cruise! The most exciting event at Mustang Week! This year we had over 140 foxbodies and about 20 non-foxes. I’m still waiting on the official count but I believe that is a record! Big thanks to the local church for letting us use there parking lot. Thanks to the donations at the gate we were able to raise them over 700 dollars! Also big thanks to the Horry County Police Department for helping us out along the way! I’ll edit some pictures later but for now I’m just throwing them out there because I know everyone wants to see them! Please stay tuned, I have some really AWESOME video footage of the cruise, that will come hopefully by next weekend!


For all the pictures CLICK HERE




Unofficial Mustang Week Guide 2013

Newbie to Mustang Week? Seasoned veteran who still doesn’t want to miss a thing? Well this is your quick reference to everything Mustang Week for 2013.

The first place to remember is It is your number one source for information through out the week online. Below we’ve broken it down into some quicker links for easy on the go access.

Event Schedule

Event Overview

Discussion Forum

This is your go to place for up to date Mustang Week info and discussion! If you haven’t registered already now is a good time to do it!

Also while you are on Mustang Week’s site be sure and check out all the awesome sponsors of Mustang Week that make it all possible!


Also will be hosting several events during the week. Check the link below for them.

And for my personal favorite event of the week, the 7th Annual Foxbody Cruise presented by

For info on the cruise click the link below!

Also be sure and visit for all your foxbody fix, both at Mustang Week and every day!

During the week we will have daily photo updates on our website. These updates will start on the Saturday before Mustang Week. The time will vary depending on what all is going on at the beach and what time I can get the hotel internet to load the pictures.

We will also be providing various live updates and pictures via twitter @jdsmotorsports and on Instagram @jdsmotorspots

You can also follows us on facebook by CLICKING HERE

Also be sure and check out the official Mustang Week facebook page by CLICKING HERE

You can also follow along on twitter at @MBMustangWeek

You can also follow them on Instagram @mustangweek

And last but not least, be sure and check out Southeastern Foxbodies Save-A-Fox giveaway car while your at the beach! is also a proud sponsor of Save-A-Fox. If you haven’t checked it out already visit for all the details!

Save-A-Fox Donation Ready!’s donation to the Southeastern Foxbodies’ Save-A-Fox Project is all boxed up and ready to go! Sometime back we agreed to donate 200 dollars worth of Carquest merchandise(based on cost price) through my other business S&S Auto Parts of Clayton, Georgia. We received the list from the SAF Committee last week and got everything in just in time to personally deliver it to the SEFB Christmas Party this weekend.
We ended up providing the heater hoses, radiator hoses, distributor cap and rotor, a new starter, spark plugs, and the anti-freeze to the build. Everything all together added up to a retail $339.65. But don’t take it the wrong way, its not about the dollar amount or anything like that, we are just glad to help out an awesome cause! If your not familiar with Save-A-Fox be sure and check out the project online at!

Top Ten Most Viewed Event Coverage Posts Of 2012


Top ten most viewed event coverage blog entries by YOU THE PEOPLE! Check em’ out!

#10 Foxtoberfest

#9 Fun Ford Weekend @ Bristol Dragway

#8 Grand Rod Run Fall

#7 3/10 Zmax T&T/March Meet

#6 6th Annual JDRF Charity Car Show

#5 Shades Of The Past Rod Run

#4 Mustang Week 2012

#3 Georgia 1/2 Mile “Wanna Go Fast” Video

#2 Bellair Plaza Ormand Beach, FL @ The Turkey Rod Run

#1 NMRA/NMCA Atlanta Dragway Sunday Coverage


As many of you know I am deeply involved with I’d like to take this chance to share with you their Save-A-Fox Project! A project that is proud to be helping out by donating 200 dollars(at store cost) of Carquest Auto Parts to the build! Check it out!



“Save A Fox” is an idea that came about in early 2012 where one SEFB member said, “You know, we all have so many spare parts for these cars, I bet we have enough to build a complete car!”. That one statement evolved into the desire to build a car and raffle it off for charity. A complete car was donated(1989 LX Hatchback 4cyl). A project committee was formed from SEFB members. The club then voted on all aspects of the build, from motor to paint to interior and beyond. The club also nominated and voted on three charities to support. The charities that will benefit are The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, The Victory Junction Gang Camp and Savannah’s Drive(a local 8 year old girl battling Leukemia). Member donated parts, time and money, as well as outside donors will go to complete the build.

“Save A Fox” Project Charities
90% of net proceeds will go to benefit the following charities:

Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation

JDRF is the leading global organization focused on type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. Driven by passionate, grassroots volunteers connected to children, adolescents, and adults with this disease, JDRF is now the largest charitable supporter of T1D research. The goal of JDRF research is to improve the lives of all people affected by T1D by accelerating progress on the most promising opportunities for curing, better treating, and preventing T1D. JDRF collaborates with a wide spectrum of partners who share this goal.

Victory Junction Gang Camp

Victory Junction serves 24 chronic medical conditions and serious illnesses such as, but not limited to, Autism, Cancer, Craniofacial Anomalies, Diabetes, Hemophilia, Sickle Cell and Spina Bifida. The camp, located in Randleman, N.C., is built on 84 acres and donated by Richard and Lynda Petty. The future Kansas facility will be housed on approximately 71 acres. Victory Junction has enriched the lives of more than 14,000 children and families since opening in 2004 and welcomed children from 50 states and four countries. The cost of sending a child to camp is valued at $2,500, but no child or family incurs that cost thanks to generous donors. Since 2004, 13,224 volunteer positions have been filled. Last year, volunteers sacrificed an estimated 47,156 hours to assist at Victory Junction. Thirty hospitals partner with Victory Junction to deliver exceptional health care to campers with a variety of needs.

Savannah’s Drive

Savannah Odom is an 8 year old little girl from China Grove, NC that is battling ALL (Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia) for the second time. Her first diagnosis was 9-14-2007 when she was only 3.5 years old. After 30 days she was in remission but had to continue treatments for 2.5 years. She was done with all treatments and just getting back to “normal” when she got sick again. On 2-19-2012 she was admitted to Carolinas Medical Center-Northeast with pneumonia. Blood work showed something was wrong. The next day she was transferred to Presbyterian Hemby Childrens Hospital in Charlotte where a bone marrow biopsy was performed and on 2-27-2012 (Savannah’s 8th birthday) she received news that her leukemia had returned. This would be the beginning of more treatment consisting of high dose chemotherapy over the span of another 2.5 years. Save A Fox will help Savannah’s family with the mounting medical bills.

For more information be sure and visit the Save-A-Fox website!!

Christmas For Kids @ Hendrick Motorsports 2012 Video

If you missed the rest of the coverage check out the link below!