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4/25/04

Great American Pony Drive II Hits Lubbock

The Great American Pony Drive II rolled into town Sunday evening. The Lubbock Mustang Club led about 50 vehicles from Mustang, Oklahoma to Amarillo and then in to Lubbock.

NewsChannel 11's very own Chief Meteorologist John Robison revved up his engine as part of the line up. The pony drive made a stop at the Cactus Theater and everyone was welcomed by Lubbock's new city manager Lou Fox.

The drivers are part of a larger group celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Ford Mustang. The pony drive began with hundreds of cars on April 9th in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida and will make its way across the country and finally end back in Florida on June 10th, which is more than two months of driving and 10,450 miles.

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