NEAM launches Mustang Muster

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On Sunday, Oct. 2 the New England Air Museum in Windsor Locks will host a gathering of iconic Ford Mustangs to celebrate the completion of the restoration of its WWII era P-51 Mustang fighter aircraft. NEAM’s P-51 was converted to a record-setting racing plane winning the coveted Thompson Trophy at the 1947 Cleveland National Air Races. Ford Mustangs from the 1960s to the latest GTs will be on public display along with the historic aircraft. Owner entry fees and visitor admissions will directly support ongoing aircraft restoration at the museum where a collection of over 100 aircraft help keep aviation history alive. Access to the show and a behind-the-scenes peek into NEAM’s aircraft restoration and storage hangars is included with regular museum admission. Make some history of your own at the Mustang Muster.
The museum is open Tuesday through Sunday during the fall and winter seasons. Admission is $12.50 for ages 12–64, $11.50 for 65 and up and $7 for ages 4–11. NEAM members and children under 3 are admitted free of charge. Discounted admission is available for veterans and active duty military personnel. For more information and directions to the museum, please visit or call 860-623-3305.