The power of American muscle will be heard loud and clear this weekend in Mustang.
The Great Mustang Roundup which is a national Mustang car show starts at 8 a.m. Friday at the Mustang Town Center.
About 325 cars from all over the United States will be on display.
On Thursday, Carolyn Trammell had her 1965 Mustang on display.
She bought the vehicle in Oklahoma City at Fred Jones Ford in 1964 for more than $3,000.
“I thought, 'I just had to have it.' I didn’t have a driver's license, so I put it off, and then went down to Fred Jones Ford and I ordered it,” said Trammell, who restored the vehicle years ago.
“We have Mustangs from all over the country. They come to be judged. This isn’t just to show off your Mustangs. These are judged car shows,” said Oklahoma Mustang Club President Allen King.
Gov. Kevin Stitt will be there Saturday and arrive in a Shelby Mustang worth more than $1 million.
Jack Roush, from Roush Racing, will also be speaking at the event.
The event is free to attend.
Money from car owner entry fees will go to Oklahoma charities.