Bob Teets races off the starting line in his 1947 Ford Coupe during the Autocross competition at the Rocky Mountain Mustang Roundup in Steamboat Springs on Friday afternoon.

Photo by Brian Ray

Bob Teets races off the starting line in his 1947 Ford Coupe during the Autocross competition at the Rocky Mountain Mustang Roundup in Steamboat Springs on Friday afternoon.

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Rocky Mountain Mustang Roundup returns to Steamboat

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For the 19th consecutive year, the Rocky Mountain Mustang Roundup returned to Steamboat Springs for a weekend of mountain highway cruises and showboating.

More than 450 Mustang owners polished their prized possessions and lined them along a closed Lincoln Avenue in downtown Steamboat Springs on Saturday morning for the popular Show n' Shine car show, a judged event that allows the Mustang owners to show off their cars while talking candidly about them to curious spectators.

For more information about the Mustang Roundup, visit www.rmmr.org.

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