Welcome to Mustang Club of Tidewater...Meetings are held on the 1st Thursday of each Month at 7 P.M. - Cavalier Ford Lincoln located at 1515 South Military Highway Chesapeake Va ... Guests are Welcomed...
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 Meetings are held on the 1st Thursday of each Month at 7 P.M. - Cavalier Ford Lincoln located at 1515 South Military Highway Chesapeake Va. Guests are always welcomed.



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Mustang Club of Tidewater thanks all the automotive enthusiasts who came out and supported our shows, with your help we donated 100's of cans of food and raised over $1000 to the Joy Fund, again a big thank you and we look forward to 2017.



Mustang Club of AmericaEstablished in 1967, one of the Oldest Mustang Clubs in Virginia and the United States, Mustang Club of Tidewater is dedicated to its members and their Mustangs.

MCT offers the Mustang enthusiast a wide variety of activities year round. Club sponsored activities include monthly business meetings, dinner socials, weekend Cruise Ins, Summer picnic and our year ending Christmas Party.

In addition Mustang Club of Tidewater sponsors the annual Joy Fund Car Show to benefit the area's children at Christmas.

Most importantly MCT offers the Mustang enthusiast, fellowship with an opportunity to share a common interest in a special breed of American Automobile, the Ford Mustang.


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MCT IS PROUDLY SPONSORED BY:

Cavalier Ford Lincoln Greenbrier    Phone: 757-424-1111 1515 S. Military Hwy Chesapeake VA


Hard Core Resto Tech for 1971-1973

 The underside of a classic Mustang is hidden from the world. But the chassis and suspension are a huge part of every restoration and can make or break a car being judged.Here, we find the unibody, springs and shocks, tie rods, rear axle, brakes, framerails, and other functioning parts Click Here



Put an Independent Rear Suspension in a 1968 Mustang
 The Mustangís front and rear suspensions were designed in the early í60s, based on similar designs from a decade earlier. They worked just fineóback then. The car had crappy bias-ply tires and lack of a really good-handling domestic car to compare it to, but that was a long time ago. By todayís standards, early Mustang suspension is, shall we say, a joke. So much has been learned in the way of suspension design and geometry during the half-century since the first Mustang rolled off the assembly line. Click Here



Shaker Hood Scoop Detailing
 The Shaker hood scoop, Fordís wildly popular cold-air induction system, was proposed as a styling element when Larry Shinoda arrived at Ford from GM. But as it was, the Shaker was a non-functional, dummy hood scoop, merely a cosmetic decoration. Shinoda successfully pushed to make it functional.




Mustang voted Hottest Coupe of 2016 SEMA show
 The Mustang is a perennial favorite in the tuning scene, and with good reason. The carís affordable base price and under-stressed mechanicals make it the perfect blank canvas for tuners. Recall, one Ohio dealer in May was selling 727-horsepower Mustangs prepped by Roush for less than $40K.

Youíll find even more power in some of the Mustangs on display at the SEMA show in Las Vegas. Ken Blockís 1965 Hoonicorn RTR Twin Turbo, for instance, is dishing out over 1,400 hp. Click Here

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Classic Mustang Decoder

 Need to determine the authenticity of a Mustang sitting in your driveway, or validate a Mustang for sale that could some day be parked in your garage. Use this guide to get started by understanding the VIN breakdown for 65-73 Classic Mustangs Click Here



Mustang Club of Tidewater - Chesapeake, Virginia