THE Hardtop Anniversary was held over the weekend and hundreds of Ford Coupes built between 1972 and ’78 were on show in Echuca, Victoria. This year's event celebrated the 40th anniversary of the John Goss special and included a show n shine and driving events across the three days. Awards were dished out to the best rides, with Street Machine of the Year contender Brock Mahoney taking out best XC with INENVY.
Click through the gallery to see the other trophy winners and a bunch of other cool Ford coupes from the weekend.
The Hardtop Anniversary has been held by the Ford Coupe Club every two years since 2007.
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