• Saturday, August 2, 2014 UNITED STATES COAST GUARD Birthday Car Show U.S. Coast Guard Base 4000 Coast Guard Blvd. Portsmouth, VA Dash Plaques and Trophies, ENTRY FEE: $20 + 2 cans of food Each Registered Show Car/Driver receives a free wrist bracelet for food and events. (Limit 1 per vehicle)
NOTICE: Pre-registration is required - NOTICE: Pre-registration is required
Contact: The below info is required NLT Tuesday, July 29th.
Name: (last and first name as appears on picture ID)
U.S. Citizen: Yes or No (must have picture ID with you for access)
Vehicle Year, Make, & Model:
Vehicle Registration: Yes or No (must have proof of registration)
Insurance Company: (must have proof of insurance)
Please send info via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ray Hinman (757) 672-9081 .
Mustang Club of Tidewater
Established 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.
MCT MEMBERS RIDES
MCT IS PROUDLY SPONSORED BY:
Mustang Oddities - Unusual Mustangs
We've never lost our fascination for the odd finds. Back in April of this year, Kevin Marti of Marti Auto Works and Jim Smart were sitting in his suburban Phoenix showroom chatting about Mustang oddities—those Mustangs that many enthusiasts swear Ford never built because the orders made little sense.
Of course, on the flip side there are the Mustangs that people claim were built but actually never saw the end of an assembly line, let alone ordered.
Spotted in China: Ford Mustang Convertible is yellow in China
A mellow yellow fourth generation Ford Mustang, seen on a parking lot in central Beijing on a cloudy day, but the Mustang made all darkness go away. The fine vehicle was in perfect shape, ready to win any Mustang beauty contest.
Cleveland Ford Motor Company Fund sending Cleveland-area war veterans to visit World War II Memorial in Washington
For the second year in a row, Ford Motor Company Fund is sponsoring an Honor Flight to transport Cleveland-area veterans to the National World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. The World War II Honor Flight veterans – all in their eighties and nineties – will be greeted at the national memorial by members of Congress and Ford employees.
The 1967 Stallion: Special Promotion
Back in mid of 1967 Mainway placed some advertisements in canadian car magazines, at least the one pictured above in July in the Canada Track and Traffic mag.
The Stallion was initiated, custom-designed and sold exclusively by Mainway Ford, Toronto (Canada), although the ad was asking for franchise partners. The Stallion could be ordered with the 320HP 390cui engine in GT-version.
~ Around The World ~
'67 Ski Country Special
In late November 1966, the Denver dealers created another promotional package for Mustang hardtops and fastbacks. Advertised in the Denver sales district, the Ski Country Special Mustangs were available in the aptly named colors of Aspen Red, Vail Blue, Winter Park Turquoise, Loveland Green, and Breckenridge Yellow. Also offered on the Galaxie, Fairlane, and Bronco, the Ski Country Special equipment included a ski rack, limited-slip axle, special medallions, window decals, and two snow tires. There were approximately 400 built.
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Install: Seats for SN-95
As our original intent was to go with an OEM look, we stayed with the factory saddle colored leather, but opted for the steel grommets with red highlights. This kept the look somewhat factory from a distance, but really brought the interior to a whole new level once they were installed.