Muscle Mustangs Ohio

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Beth Fitzgibbons

First and foremost this is a 1964-2018 all Mustang group. We are all here for the love of Mustangs of all kinds and all styles. We are a Mustang family that will not tolerate trolling, bashing, name calling, or spam of any sort. We all have a passion that connects us. As we grow our group I encourage participation for all members. Share pics, videos, details of your builds, car shows, events.

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Type of Club: Facebook Group
Annual Cost of Dues: $0.00
Number of Annual Events: 1per year
Number of Annual Events: 1per year
Club Publications: E-blast communication

Low Country Mustang Club

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Bill Hamilton

Established in 1994, the S.C. Coastal Regional Group, better known as the Low Country Mustang Club (LCMC), is a non-profit organization and a regional group affiliated with the Mustang Club of America (MCA). The LCMC is a family organization interested in the preservation and promotion of the Ford Mustang from 1964 ½ to the present. The club is primarily a social organization with goals to share technical information and encourage the preservation, restoration and enjoyment of all Mustangs and Fords. We hold several cruise-ins and at least one car show each year, in addition to group cruises to nearby shows and gatherings, picnics, "project days", and other fun-filled events. The LCMC has donated thousands of dollars to local children’s charities selected by the membership. ​ Whether your interest is in the Classic Pony cars, Restomod, or the late model muscle, we're sure you'll find people who share your interests and love of the Mustang within our group. Members are very knowledgeable about Mustangs of all years and their maintenance, restoration and/or modifications. It's quite common to hear several stories about what members have been working on at each meeting. Monthly meetings are held the last Tuesday of the month. Typically at a centrally located restaurant. Additional information about the meeting time and location can be found under the Meetings and Events tab. We're always looking for new members, so if you're interested, check us out!

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Founded in 1994
Type of Club: Traditional w-Dues paying membership
Club Publications: Printed/mailed newsletter, Club Publications: Emailed PDF newsletter

Hoosier Mustang Club

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Joyce Artis

Our club is based out of Columbus, Indiana. We have about 65 Members. We are the oldest Mustang club in Indiana. We welcome all members, guest and potential members to all our club meetings and outings. 

The Hoosier Mustang Club of Columbus was established in 1978 and is celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2008. It is the oldest chartered Ford Mustang Club in Indiana.

Two of the original members are still active, Jim Bott and Lonnie Hembree.

The club meets monthly on the second Wednesday of the month at various locations.

Every year, club members participate in events such as parades, shows, rallies, tours and trips.

The club is a non-profit organization and donates food and money to Love Chapel twice a year. Members also donate money to Hospice of South Central Indiana.

The purpose of the club is to bring together owners of Ford Mustangs, manufactured during the era from 1965 to 1973 and later, who are interested in motoring as sport and pastime and to encourage pride, ownership and preservation.

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Founded in 1978
Type of Club: Traditional w-Dues paying membership
Annual Cost of Dues: $20.00
Number of Annual Events: 12per year
Number of Annual Events: 12per year
Club Publications: Emailed PDF newsletter, Club Publications: E-blast communication

South Jersey Mustang Club

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Chip Chippeaux

The South Jersey Mustang Club is based in southern New Jersey and consists of a group of enthusiasts who meet to show their cars and support the preservation of Ford's pony car. As a regional chapter of the Mustang Club of America founded in 1979, we have members that own both classic and late model Mustangs in addition to other noteworthy Ford products.

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Founded in 1979
Type of Club: Regional Club
Number of Annual Events: 3per year
Number of Annual Events: 3per year
Club Publications: Emailed PDF newsletter

Mustang Car Club of Colorado

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Michael Nowlin

The Mustang Car Club of Colorado promotes the interest of preservation, restoration and recreational enjoyment of the Ford Mustang automobile. Club Motto: Friendship, Adventure, Style: A Legend's Legacy Continues

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Founded in 2018
Type of Club: Regional Club

Mustang & Shelby Club of Long Island

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Dennis Healy

We are a regional club of the Mustang Club of America (MCA). We have a variety of events throughout the year including Mustang shows, cruises, parties and barbeques. We hold several car shows a year at island Ford dealers, as well as kick-off and year-end cruises, annual BBQ, and yearly banquet dinner. Of course we will also have many other events during the year as well. So feel free to "cruise our site" and see what we're all about, what we have coming up and where we've been. Then when you are ready, drive on over to the "Join Us!" page and get on board for the ride of your life!

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Founded in 2006
Type of Club: Regional Club
Annual Cost of Dues: $24.00
Number of Annual Events: 5per year
Number of Annual Events: 5per year
Club Publications: Emailed PDF newsletter, Club Publications: E-blast communication

Thunder Valley Mustang Club

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Todd Haney

A regional chapter of the Mustang Club of America (est. Aug. 1995), and located in Chattanooga, Tennessee, our club is a non-profit organization whose members share fondness for the Mustang in all its forms. Membership is open to enthusiasts of all Ford powered vehicles and ownership is not required.

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Founded in 1995
Type of Club: Regional Club
Annual Cost of Dues: $20.00
Number of Annual Events: 2per year
Number of Annual Events: 2per year

N.E. Georgia Mustang Club

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Lou Manglass

The Northeast Georgia Mustang Club (NEGMC) is Chartered by the Mustang Club Of America as a regional club covering all or portions of the Georgia Counties of Walton, Banks, Jackson, Barrow, Jasper, Forsyth, Hall, Oconee, Stephens, Franklin, Lumpkin, Madison, Clarke, White, and Habersham. The club tries to meet each month at different locations throughout the region covered by our charter. Originally each fall we held a show in Cherokee, NC which was our tradition for 38 years. In 2012 our Fall Car Show was moved to Maggie Valley, NC because we had outgrown our old site in Cherokee. The new facility proved to be a good choice as we had 169 cars for our 39th show. In addition to the Maggie Valley Show, we hold a spring cruise in/car show and a fall Toys for Tots show at Mustangs Unlimited in Lawrenceville, GA. Our year ends with a Toys for Tots shopping trip and drop off at Jacky Jones Ford in Cleveland, GA. Our club supports the USMC Toys for Tots as our major charity. A large number of the membership participate in shows and events as a group or just meet up for dinner somewhere. For the latest info on when we do things as a group check back on this web site and/or like us on Facebook to stay up to date. Look around and if you are interested in becoming a member contact one of us on the contacts page or download an application at the link on the right side of the page.

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Founded in 1990
Type of Club: Regional Club
Number of Annual Events: 3per year
Number of Annual Events: 3per year
Club Publications: Emailed PDF newsletter

North Central Mustang Club

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Rory B. Reed

The North Central Mustang Club, located in Williamsport Pennsylvania, is dedicated to the preservation, promotion and enjoyment of the Ford Mustang-America’s first and premier “pony car”-as well as all other classic and performance oriented Ford Motor Company vehicles.

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Founded in 1989
Type of Club: Regional Club
Annual Cost of Dues: $10.00
Number of Annual Events: 4per year
Number of Annual Events: 4per year

Southwest Metro Mustang Club

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Dan Nicewander

The purpose of the SWMMC is to provide area Mustang owners the opportunity to share their automotive experience by building a forum and group for interacting. One of our main goals is to be associated with local charities. Through participation and advocacy, the SWMMC provides awareness and volunteerism via organized charity events and club activities.

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Founded in 2012
Type of Club: Chapter Affiliate
Annual Cost of Dues: $20.00
Number of Annual Events: 25per year
Number of Annual Events: 25per year
Club Publications: Emailed PDF newsletter, Club Publications: E-blast communication

Mustang Owners Club of Austin

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Adrian Teo

The Ford Mustang which appeared in April of 1964, means many things to many people. The car is a tradition in the hearts of both young and old. In the Mustang Owners Club of Austin (MOCA), we celebrate the diversity in our many different members, their cars, and their interests. Please contact us with any questions you may have.

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Founded in 1964
Type of Club: Regional Club
Annual Cost of Dues: $25.00
Number of Annual Events: 12per year
Number of Annual Events: 12per year
Club Publications: E-blast communication

Shelby American Automobile Club - Motor City Region (SAAC-MCR)

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Steve White

SAAC-MCR has been celebrating the history & enjoyment of Shelby & Ford vehicles for 43 years. In 2017 we formed an association with Team Shelby, & created the Motor City Chapter of the Great Lakes Region as part of SAAC-MCR. We have monthly meetings, & a wide variety of events throughout the year, such as track events, car shows, car cruises, shop tours, & other interesting automotive & family related events.

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Founded in 1975
Type of Club: Regional Club
Annual Cost of Dues: $25.00
Number of Annual Events: 20per year
Number of Annual Events: 20per year
Club Publications: Emailed PDF newsletter, Club Publications: E-blast communication

Upper Midwest Region Shelby American Auto Club

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Mike Boulka

Although we are a chapter of the national Shelby Club, our focus is on all Ford-powered cars and trucks including Lincolns and Mercurys, Mustangs and Thunderbirds, anything and everything that is Ford related. You do not need to own a Shelby to become a member...the only requirement is that you enjoy being around others with similar interests. Our members are interested in all aspects of the car hobby including cruising, restoration, car shows, racing, mechanical repair, and other social events.

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Founded in 1980
Type of Club: Traditional w-Dues paying membership
Annual Cost of Dues: $26.00
Number of Annual Events: 2per year
Number of Annual Events: 2per year
Club Publications: Printed/mailed newsletter, Club Publications: E-blast communication

Show-Me Mustang Club

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Karen Mitchell

PO Box 784 St. Peters, MO 63376
Serving the Greater St. Louis, MO Region

The Show-Me Mustang Club was founded in 1986 by a group of Mustang enthusiasts to provide a medium for the exchange of ideas and information about the care and maintenance of America's first pony car. The club has evolved from friendships and camaraderie into a large group of people of all ages who enjoy getting together to participate in car events, club FUNctions, share stories and dreams of their prized Mustang. We range on an average over 70 membership households and participate in a wide variety of activities to promote our hobby and help support local charities. The Show-Me Mustang Club is the St. Louis, MO regional charter club of the Mustang Club of America.

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Founded in 1986
Type of Club: Regional Club
Club Publications: Emailed PDF newsletter, Club Publications: E-blast communication

San Antonio Mustang Club

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Paul Woeppel

The San Antonio Mustang Club is first and largest Mustang club in San Antonio. The club was started in 1980 with only a handful of Mustang enthusiast that answered a newspaper ad and gathered in the Northstar Mall parking lot. The Club presently has grown to over 150 memberships with 80% being family memberships making the club over 200 strong. The club is open to all Mustang owners and mustang enthusiast as well as Ford enthusiast

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Founded in 1980
Type of Club: Regional Club
Annual Cost of Dues: $20.00
Number of Annual Events: 1per year
Number of Annual Events: 1per year
Club Publications: Emailed PDF newsletter, Club Publications: E-blast communication

Southwest Texas Shelby and Performance Mustang Club (STSPMC)

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Wes Heath

The Southwest Texas Shelby Club (STSC) is dedicated to the enjoyment, preservation, care, and history Shelby American, Ford High Performance vehicles, and Performance editions made by Roush, and Saleen. This group is open to Shelby, Roush, Saleen, Steeda and Boss edition vehicles. Additionally, these cars include the AC Cobra, GT350, GT500, GT500KR, Boss, Pantera, Tiger, and GT40, Ford GT, all Roush Editions, all saleen editions, Steeda, Lightning and SVT editions.

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Founded in 2018
Type of Club: Regional Club
Number of Annual Events: 2per year
Number of Annual Events: 2per year

Team Shelby Southern Plains Region

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Austin Maness

Licensed by Carroll Shelby International, Team Shelby is a community for all automotive enthusiasts. With chapters worldwide, the club welcomes fans of all Shelby vehicles who want to enjoy the high-octane lifestyle exemplified by Carroll Shelby. From track days to VIP Experiences, rallies, car shows and special events, Team Shelby members have access to a wide variety of activities. Ownership of a Shelby vehicle is not required, just a sense of adventure, passion and fun!

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Founded in 2008
Type of Club: Regional Club
Annual Cost of Dues: $50.00
Number of Annual Events: 12per year
Number of Annual Events: 12per year
Club Publications: Printed/mailed magazine, Club Publications: E-blast communication

GT/CS Registry

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Ron Davis

The GT/CS Registry.com web site is dedicated to the owners of 2007 through present Mustang GT/CS cars. It was also established to celebrate the classic California Special Mustangs from 1968. This site was created to provide registered members of the GT/CS Registry with specific vehicle information, such as build dates, production figures and other documentation concerning members' cars. There is no cost to join this site, although donations are being accepted to keep the site operational.  

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Founded in 2007
Type of Club: Online Registry
Annual Cost of Dues: $0.00

TrackMustangsOnline.com

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Rick Duffy

Sharing information to safely and successfully take your Mustang to a race track from beginners to racing professionals. Specializing in S197, 2012/2013 Boss 302's, S550, GT350 and GT500 Mustangs. All Mustang owners are welcome.

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Founded in 2010
Type of Club: Online Forum
Annual Cost of Dues: $0.00
Club Publications: E-blast communication

Team Shelby Great Lakes

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Timothy Stieve

Licensed by Carroll Shelby International, Team Shelby is a community for all automotive enthusiasts. With chapters worldwide, the club welcomes fans of all Shelby vehicles who want to enjoy the high-octane lifestyle exemplified by Carroll Shelby. From track days to VIP Experiences, rallies, car shows and special events, Team Shelby members have access to a wide variety of activities. Ownership of a Shelby vehicle is not required, just a sense of adventure, passion and fun!

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Founded in 2011
Type of Club: Regional Club
Number of Annual Events: 4per year
Number of Annual Events: 4per year

MUSTANG 3.7 CONNECTION

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Rick Mitchell

Provide free monthly feature e-newsletters with stories, interviews and pictures dedicated to preserving the history and future of the 3.7L powered Ford Mustangs assembled from 2011 to 2017.

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Founded in 2017
Type of Club: Open w-Free membership
Annual Cost of Dues: $0.00
Club Publications: Emailed PDF newsletter

Team Shelby

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Rafella Golden

Team Shelby is a community for all automotive enthusiasts. With chapters worldwide, the club welcomes fans of all Shelby vehicles who want to enjoy the high-octane lifestyle exemplified by Carroll Shelby. From track days to VIP Experiences, rallies, car shows and special events, Team Shelby members have access to a wide variety of activities. Ownership of a Shelby vehicle is not required, just a sense of adventure, passion and fun!

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Founded in 2008
Type of Club: National Club
Annual Cost of Dues: $50.00
Number of Annual Events: 10per year
Number of Annual Events: 10per year
Club Publications: Printed/mailed magazine

2003-04 Mach 1 Registry Owners Club

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David Wagner

The Mach 1 Registry connects all interested enthusiasts with an exclusive group of passionate, knowledgeable late-model Ford Mustang Mach 1 owners who can help you with everything there is to know about buying, maintaining and enhancing the 2003-04 Mustang Mach 1.

David and Tamara Wagner launched the Mach1Registry.com website on May 22, 2002, when these modern, shaker-scoop equipped Mustangs became available to order from Ford dealers. The Mach 1 Registry has grown from a small online owners list to more than 9,000+ members all over the world.

The club's official website, www.Mach1Registry.com, features more than 850,000 threads posted in the message forums, and has over 6,000 photos stored in the online gallery. These forums enable the sharing of information and encourage discussions within the online community of Mach 1 owners and enthusiasts. Ownership of a Mustang Mach 1 is not a requirement to participate in the forums. And even though the club caters to the late-model 2003 and 2004 versions of the Mach 1, owners of the earlier, 1969 through 1978 Mach 1 Mustangs are welcome to participate as well!  

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Founded in 2002
Type of Club: Online Registry
Annual Cost of Dues: $0.00
Number of Annual Events: 2per year
Number of Annual Events: 2per year

Classic Thunderbird Club Of Wisconsin

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Tom Tradewell

The mission of the Classic Thunderbird Club Of Wisconsin is to foster a meeting ground for fanciers of all Ford Thunderbirds 1955 thru 2005.

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Founded in 1968
Annual Cost of Dues: $30.00
Number of Annual Events: 23per year
Number of Annual Events: 23per year
Club Publications: Printed/mailed newsletter, Club Publications: Emailed PDF newsletter

Qeen City Mustangs Car Club

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Mrs. Terri Jo Phillips

Open to all Ford Mustangs.

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Founded in 1986
Type of Club: Regional Club
Annual Cost of Dues: $25.00
Number of Annual Events: 5per year
Number of Annual Events: 5per year
Club Publications: Printed/mailed magazine

ASC/McLaren Registry

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Charles Griffiths

Dedicated to the Ford products modified and marketed by ASC/McLaren 1984-1990

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Founded in 2018
Type of Club: International Club
Annual Cost of Dues: $0.00
Number of Annual Events: 1per year
Number of Annual Events: 1per year

Berks County Mustang Car Club, Inc.

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Donaald Hughmanick

The Berks County Mustang Car Club is a group of 100+ Ford Mustang enthusiasts that not only enjoy driving, showing and sharing their Mustangs with our community, they also pride themselves in being a fund-raising organization that has raised over $$25,000 for regional charity organizations since its inception in 2009.

The Club is dedicated to the restoration and enjoyment of the Ford Mustang & Ford Products that range from 1964 to present.

Berks County Mustang Club hosts an annual car show every June at Haldeman Ford, Kuztown, PA. We also host a Fall Open-class car show at Cabela's in Hamburg, PA, as well as monthly meet-ups at Mission BBQ, Wyomissing, PA.

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Founded in 2009
Type of Club: Regional Club
Annual Cost of Dues: $20.00
Number of Annual Events: 2per year
Number of Annual Events: 2per year

Ford Raptor Forum

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FordRaptorForum.com (FRF) was established in 2010 and has become the #1 destination on the web for Ford F-150 Raptor SVT enthusiasts. With over 10,000 registered members and thousands of visitors per day, FRF provides an informational database and social community to support Raptor owners both present and future.

FRF members enjoy special promotions and discounts from some of the top Ford F-150 Raptor aftermarket parts and accessories vendors, as well as personalized attention from knowledgeable automotive professionals. Whether seeking factory parts to keep your Ford F-150 Raptor in showroom condition, or aftermarket parts to enhance your Raptor’s off-road prowess and ability, the FRF community can help you maximize the enjoyment of your Raptor. FordRaptorForum.com is also home to an active member-driven classifieds section for the sale and transfer of Ford Raptors and accessories.

Our Ford Raptor photo and video section – including our member build-up area – is a great place to show off your F-150 Raptor SVT and learn from the experiences of others. When it comes to regional and national club events, FRF has become the epicenter for organized Raptor-only events which cater to all levels of off-road driving ability. It is completely free, and only takes a moment to join the discussion forum at FRF. If you are a Ford F-150 Raptor SVT enthusiast looking for an outreach center to interact with like-minded individuals, join FordRaptorForum.com today!

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Type of Club: Online Forum

Mustang Club of America

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In 1976, a group of committed Mustang enthusiasts in Atlanta, Georgia, formed the Mustang Club of America to preserve and promote classic Mustangs and provide a forum for fellow fans of Ford's famed "Pony Car." Today, the MCA has grown to include many thousands of Mustang aficionados throughout the world. There are now more than 170 MCA Regional groups and International affiliates.The MCA is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation, care, history, and enjoyment of all model years of Mustang, including Shelby, Boss, Saleen, Roush, SVT Cobra, Steeda, and McLaren. Although the Ford Mustang is the common denominator throughout the organization, the predominant theme for the MCA is "Family Membership" and "Family Participation." This applies to the young, to the old, and to those in all walks of life. The Mustang Club of America is the largest organization of Mustang enthusiasts in the world. The camaraderie of fellow MCA members is legendary. Wherever you travel, you will find MCA members that are willing to offer their assistance, advice and/or comradeship to all fellow Mustang enthusiasts.  

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Type of Club: International Club

Yellow Mustang Registry

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The Yellow Mustang Registry (YMR) is dedicated to owners and enthusiasts of all Ford Mustangs finished with yellow exterior paint. Membership in this club and use of our informative web site will provide you with everything there is to know about your yellow Mustang.

We have a fast-growing registry of yellow Mustangs with more than 8,000 members and registered vehicles worldwide. We celebrate the special bond between yellow Mustang owners because we recognize the fact that it takes a certain kind of personality to desire a brightly colored American muscle car. Yellow is also one of the rarest paint colors across most Mustang model years, so our owners' cars are as diverse as they are unique.

Since 2001, the Yellow Mustang Registry has organized more than 50 successful YMR national shows and gatherings – all dedicated exclusively to yellow Mustangs! This "meet and have fun" obsession of ours has allowed the YMR to develop strong relationship among the many yellow 'Stangers who participate in our various events and who visit our online forums regularly.  

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Type of Club: Online Registry

SVT Owners Association

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Ford Motor Company created the Special Vehicle Team (SVT) in 1991, when some senior Ford managers recognized the corporate advantages of capitalizing on niche vehicle market opportunities. The idea was to assemble passionate driving enthusiasts within Ford and some of its key suppliers into a small, cross-functional group of engineers, product planners and marketing professionals with a common mission: create vehicles to satisfy the desires of knowledgeable, high-performance auto enthusiasts.

SVT was charged to develop and market factory high-performance "halo" vehicles that would add luster to the company's lineup -- or "Polish the Ford Oval." To that end, the team focused on creating limited-production cars and trucks with balanced performance attributes -- vehicles that stop as well as they accelerate, ride as well as they handle and, above all, are fun to drive. All vehicles that wear the SVT badge were designed and developed with four hallmarks in mind: Performance, Substance, Exclusivity and Value.

The official launch of Ford SVT came during the 1992 Chicago Auto Show with the unveiling of the 1993 SVT Mustang Cobra and SVT F-150 Lightning. Both went on sale in February of '93. Since that time some 150,000 SVT vehicles have been produced, including several versions of the Cobra (both coupe and convertible) and Lightning pickup, the SVT Contour sports sedan, and both three- and five-door versions of the SVT Focus. SVT has also produced special Cobra 'R' models in 1993, '95 and 2000. The Special Vehicle Team was also responsible for the development and production of the 2005-06 Ford GT supercar, and before SVT was finally assimilated into mainstream Ford during 2006, its engineers completed work on the most powerful production Mustang ever, 2007 Shelby GT500.

The Ford Special Vehicle Team left its mark on the industry as the undisputed leader in factory-built performance vehicles as the longest-running, best-selling most successful niche vehicle operation in history. Owners of these low-volume, limited-production vehicles that had been sold by specially SVT-trained and certified Ford dealers in North America are serious driving enthusiasts who are highly influential in the marketplace -- and important customers for Ford.

With that in mind, SVT created its own Special Vehicle Team Owners Association back in 2000 with the motto --Drive Safe and Have Fun-- as a way to enhance the SVT ownership experience and build on the core values of Ford performance for any driving enthusiast. Through its chapters across the country, the SVTOA offered plenty of opportunities to get out and DRIVE with other SVT owners on road trips and cruise nights, but what really differentiated the SVTOA from most other car clubs was its series of Ford-sponsored On Track High Performance Driver Education events. Much more than typical open-track sessions, the SVTOA On Track events were set up at racetracks across the country with experienced driving instructors, so that all levels of participants -- from beginner to intermediate to racer -- could get personalized help improving their driving skills in a single weekend -- and have an absolute blast doing it!

Although the Special Vehicle Team organization and its funding was part of corporate restructuring during 2006, enthusiasts both inside and outside of the company sought a way to keep the SVTOA intact. Thanks to some former SVT staffers, managers at Ford Racing and key SVTOA organizers and enthusiasts, a new private enterprise was formed to assume management and operation of the SVTOA for 2007 and beyond -- with the same name, goals and organizational structure that Ford had so successfully built over the club's five-year development period. The new and improved SVTOA is an independent club "dedicated to the enjoyment, care and history of all SVT vehicles produced by Ford Motor Company." Now run BY enthusiasts, FOR enthusiasts instead of a Ford-paid agency, the club's operating directors are fully licensed by Ford and bring years of Ford SVT experience to bear on positioning the SVTOA to be come one of the largest automotive clubs of its kind, with the help of its many longstanding SVTOA regional and chapter leaders. -  

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Type of Club: National Club

SVT Cobra Mustang Club

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Tony Sorrentino

The SVT Cobra Mustang Club (SCMC) was started as a Cobra owners mailing list in 1999 but grew into a club with over 400 dues-paying members. Unlike other SVT clubs, this one is focused primarily on SVT Mustangs, includes the 1993 through the 2004 model-year Cobras and Cobras Rs and the SVT-based Shelby GT500 from the 2007 model year to the present.

Our club's “Vision Statement” is as follows:
The SCMC's objectives are to share knowledge and information with SVT Mustang Cobra owners, SVT Shelby GT500 owners, and enthusiasts. We seek to promote a sense of camaraderie and friendship among all members through events and club communications. We strive to preserve the history of the SVT Mustang Cobra and SVT Shelby GT50

Our club communicates mainly via e-mail through a special private mailbox which is exclusive to members only. This service provides a great source of information and product knowledge for our membership. We produce an e-newsletter we call “Snakebite News,” which includes articles from members so that they can share their SVT Cobra experiences with the entire club. Members can also list items for sale in our classified section.


The SCMC also has a popular web site that was voted one of the hottest sites on the Internet by StangNet.com. We have also been featured in the previous print version of Mustang Enthusiast magazine, as well as in Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords magazine. Visitors to our website will find a wealth of club information, including videos, pictures, movies, an event listing, club mailing list, and much more.

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Type of Club: National Club

SHO National Owners Club

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The SHO National Owners Club is an organization for enthusiasts and owners of the 1989 though 1999 Yamaha-powered Ford Taurus SHO performance sedans, as well as the 2010-on-up Ford EcoBoost-powered new versions. No matter if you’re an actual SHO owner or just a fan – or if you pronounce it “S.H.O.” (as the letter acronym for “Super High Output”), or just SHO (like the word “show”) – all are welcome to join us.

Like the SHO Taurus itself which was first announced in 1988, our club enjoys a long and colorful history, dating back to mid-1991. The original organization was called the SHO Registry, founded by Bill Staib from Georgia, not far from the Atlanta-area plant where the SHO Taurus had been produced. The first national SHO convention was held in June of 1992 in Peoria, IL, hosted by that local chapter of the SHO Registry. Several Ford executives, including Benson Ford, were in attendance, and chose the event to reveal that an automatic transmission version of the SHO was going to be produced. As enthusiast interest in the SHO grew, so did the club – peaking at about 5,500 members in the mid-’90s.

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Type of Club: National Club

SHELBY AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE CLUB

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Jay Tallbott

The Shelby American Automobile Club was founded in 1975. It presently has approximately 4,000 members in the United States and another 500 around the rest of the world. When it comes to Cobras and Shelby Mustangs, if we don't know it, it's probably not worth knowing.

While SAAC has continually evolved over the past 36 years, its basic reason for existence has not changed since that very first day.The club is dedicated to the preservation, care, history and enjoyment of the World Championship Cars built or inspired by Shelby American.

For most of us, SAAC is more than just a loose organization of owners and enthusiasts who enjoy cars produced and sold by the same manufacturer. The club is part family, part hobby, part historical archive and part refuge from the pressures of the day-to-day world.These cars provide the opportunity to lose yourself in the past, when high performance, horsepower and speed were unquestioned virtues. They came from a time before the suffocating blanket of government over-regulation, when bragging about 0-to-60 times and top speeds were the coin of the realm. They start out as simple automotive diversions but quickly become a part of your life. Join us and find out what makes these cars so special.

SAAC has hosted a national convention each summer since 1976. For three days this gathering becomes the center of the universe for these cars and those who own and/or enjoy them. Attendance ranges between 1,000 and 5,000 enthusiasts, families and friends. The event is open to the public, and is held at a major-league race track. In the past, SAAC conventions have been held at Watkins Glen, Laguna Seca Raceway, Mid-Ohio Raceway, Charlotte Motor Speedway, Sears Point International Raceway, Ontario Motor Speedway, Portland International Raceway, Pocono International Raceway, Indianapolis Raceway Park, Atlanta Motor Speedway, Lime Rock Park, Road America, Michigan Internal Speedway, California Speedway, Nashville Motorspeedway, Virginia International Raceway, Miller Motorsports Park and New Jersey Motorsports Park.Convention events traditionally include car shows, high-speed open track running, vintage racing, parts swap, technical seminars and evening programs featuring guest speakers who are well-known in the motorsports world or who were influential in Shelby American history. Please feel free to visit our club website ( www.saac.com ) or meet and chat with members and enthusiasts at our discussion forum ( www.saacforum.com ).

If you like what you see, and if Cobras, Shelby Mustangs and Ford GT40s hold a special place in your heart, join us today.  

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Type of Club: National Club

Red Mustang Registry

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Founded in June of 2012, the Red Mustang Registry (RMR) is devoted to promoting any Ford Mustang as long as it is RED. We love all Mustangs, but our group was created to recognize all Red Mustangs, just as some other enthusiast registries have recognized Mustang of other colors. The Red Mustang Registry’s website offers those enthusiasts a place to meet, organize, shop, and discuss all things Red. Any Mustang enthusiast can join our Facebook page, but to receive an official RMR member number, you must own a Red Mustang and complete a registration form at www.allredmustangs.com.

After the quick, no-fee registration process you will be assigned an official RMR club number identifying you as part of our elite group who qualifies for all the benefits of RMR membership. Special discounts, an official forum, as well as a “Round Up” Section to showcase members’ rides – all are a “must” for any Red Mustang owner.  With access to a complete Roster of all members listed on our web site, organizing with fellow Red owners is a breeze.  Plus, finding exclusive offers on our site gives you the inside track on special products only available to RMR members.

We are a completely free, no-charge-to-join group and love to talk about our common passion for Ford’s famed pony car. All members are eligible to receive discounts on various products from our sponsors. We honor and promote values of family and friendship – and if you were to ever meet an RMR member in person, you would see that we are represented very well in that way. Within just one year of our founding we had become 1,000 members strong and proudly have members in almost all 50 states. We even have gained international members from all across the globe! We welcome all Red Mustang owners to our family!

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Type of Club: Online Registry

Pinto Car Club of America

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The Pinto Car Club of America was founded in 1999 with the goal of creating a dedicated online meeting place for Ford Pinto and Mercury Bobcat owners and enthusiasts across all generations. Our club offers many avenues to explore your interest in these cars for restoration, racing, or just good old-fashioned tooling around. Once you own one, you will find that the general public is drawn to these cars with many fond memories that bring emotion and pride.

There is not a car show we attend where we are not surrounded by admiring public with many stories of their own relating to these cars. The Pinto and Bobcat are truly head-turners. The PCCA has two national meets, as well as several regional and local meets each year. The national meets are in California and Pennsylvania. The PCCA also supports a yearly Pinto Stampede where our enthusiasts meet and drive several days with different routes across the country each year.

FordPinto.com is a very active club and you will enjoy your time with us. Join us as we endeavor to save you time, money and a lot of hassle when searching for the information you seek. From finding your classic ride to locating parts and diagnosing issues, FordPinto.com is your one-stop Pinto information source. Charter Membership is $20 per year, 100 percent of which goes to support hosting costs for the site, arranging events and securing giveaway items that are made available at every sponsored club meet.

FordPinto.com also supports the development of parts resources or parts re-manufacturing as opportunities arise. We promote the efforts of individuals and companies that endeavor to re-manufacture, sell or otherwise distribute additional components for the Ford Pinto or Mercury Bobcat.

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Type of Club: National Club

Mustang SVO Owners Association

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This group is dedicated to locating, registering and uniting owners of the Mustang SVO; to promoting and preserving the unique history of the Mustang SVO; and to providing an avenue for owners and enthusiasts to learn more about the Mustang SVO.

The objective of this group is to cause members to better understand and fully appreciate the Mustang SVO and to ensure that this special Mustang retains its rightful place in the annals of automotive history. The "raison d'etre" for this group is to establish an organization in which owners of the Mustang SVO can associate, to promote fellowship among SVO owners, and to act as a source of information with respect to the Mustang SVO.

As a registered member of the Mustang SVO Owners Association, you will become part of an organization that is dedicated solely to assisting owners of this limited-production, specially equipped vehicle.  

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Type of Club: Online Registry

Mustang Owners Club of South Eastern Michigan (MOCSEM)

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The Mustang Owners Club of SouthEastern Michigan (MOCSEM) was founded in November 1975 by a group of people with the desire to protect the Ford Mustang’s role as one of the most attractive and fun-filled cars ever made. We are enthusiasts of all ages and from all walks of life who are enjoying a love affair with all generations of America’s premier Pony Car. Whether it’s a coupe, convertible or fastback from 1964½ to the current models, we love them all. The mission of MOCSEM club members is to enjoy, collect, restore, and preserve the history of the Mustang along with the stories of the people and the roles that they played in making this one of the greatest cars of all time. Although Mustang ownership is not a requirement for club membership, your enthusiasm, expertise, and / or love of the automobile are most welcome.

Many of our club members own one or more Mustangs in varying body styles, models and years. Club members are always exchanging information, providing sources for parts, literature and helpful hints for restoring or maintaining their Mustangs. Our members are a diverse group of individuals, located throughout Southeastern Michigan and all share a great appreciation for the Ford Mustang. Our general membership meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month, and often feature a guest speaker from Ford or the Mustang hobby. Our monthly newsletter, The Accelerator, provides the members with reports on club activities, technical information, feature stories, Ford and Mustang news and product information, advertisements and business service locations, and more. Some club activities include car shows, picnics, sporting events, cruise nights, museum tours, visits to automotive attractions and happenings, club meetings at sponsor locations and technical sessions.

MOCSEM members enjoy exclusive access to notable Mustang people and activities as only a club located in Ford’s own backyard can. From unmatched events such as the massive annual “Mustang Memories” cars show at Ford’s Product Development Center, to the exec-studded MOCSEM Night @ Ford WHQ, to the famed “Mustang Heroes” banquet at the Ford Conference & Event Center, to the bucket-list cruise to original Mustang designer Gale Halderman’s Museum – MOCSEM events are ones to remember. In MOCSEM, it’s all about Mustangs, members … and Ford FUN!

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Midwest Blue Oval Club

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Hoondog Performance Group

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Since 2004, the directors of HoonDog Performance Group have been organizing exceptional multiple-day car events while serving as an established source to inform and support owners of the Ford Mustang Bullitt, along with other famed Ford Performance vehicle nameplates.

HoonDog Performance Group is a non-profit organization dedicated to the support of various driving enthusiasts as well as charitable organizations. In an effort to support continued fellowship among Bullitt owners and to foster growing public awareness for this special edition Mustang, HoonDog Performance Group is committed to planning and staging various regional and national events centered around driving the Mustang Bullitt on the road and at the track.

HoonDog Performance Group also operates as a charitable organization in the support of the Bullitt family of charities: Boys Republic, Make-a-Wish Michigan, and JDRF. Boys Republic is a private, nonprofit, nonsectarian school and treatment community for troubled youths. Since its founding in 1907, it has guided more than 28,000 at-risk teenage boys and girls toward productive, fulfilling lives. As any Bullitt fan knows, the legacy of Steve McQueen is an integral part of the Bullitt family. McQueen was once a student at Boys Republic, so it is only fitting that our group honors McQueen though our support of Boys Republic. Additionally we support Make-a-Wish Michigan where we are able to solicit donations to make the wishes of seriously ill children a reality. We are also very proud of our participation in the JDRF, (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation) campaign, as it allows us to assist in the fight to find a cure for juvenile diabetes through charitable donations. 

We invite owners and fans of the Mustang Bullitt as well as any other Ford Performance vehicle to join us at an upcoming HoonDog Performance Group event to help us celebrate the driving enthusiast lifestyle.

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Green Mustang Registry

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The Green Mustang Registry (GMR) is dedicated to owners and enthusiasts of all Ford Mustangs that are finished in any shade of Green exterior paint. Membership in this club and use of our informative website will provide you with all information on Green gatherings, shows, cruises, etc. Founded in October of 2013, we are growing rapidly thanks to owner interest and devotion to Green Ford Mustangs around the globe.

Our main goal is to celebrate the special bond among Green Mustang owners. For so long, “The Greenies" have been overlooked and somewhat forgotten among the color-based Mustangs clubs. Green is actually one of the rarest colors in the Mustang world, and today mainly the Highland Green "Bullitt" models gain the most attention. But with the bold, dynamic "Gotta Have It Green" color introduced in 2013, interest in Green Mustangs has made a huge comeback. We, the Green, are strong and proud! As you might guess, we are a diverse, unique and FUN group of owners!

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Type of Club: Online Registry

F-150 Mafia

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The F-150 Mafia is an online community comprised of Ford F-150 owners and fans. Here, you can show off your F-150's, sell, trade or just discuss ownership and service topics about your trucks. Registration is FREE and easy! All you need to do is click the “Register Now” button on our website and then fill out the short form. Once you have done that, you are invited to join our group on Facebook and you're all set. 

We promise to never share your information – the only people who see it are our Admins and Ford. That’s right: F-150 Mafia is an officially recognized Ford enthusiast community ad promoted among the “Clubs & Groups” listed in the Enthusiasts section of FordPerformance.com.

When you register, it also gives us the ability to see where our members are located so that we can better plan-out local events near you! For questions or concerns, you can email us at: admin@f150mafia.com.

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Type of Club: National Club

Cougar Club of America

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The Cougar Club of America (CCOA) is dedicated to the history, appreciation, preservation, and legacy of the Mercury Cougar, Ford Motor Company’s luxury sports car produced from 1967 to 2002. Founded in 1980, CCOA represents Cougar owners worldwide, with owners and enthusiasts that are fans of all model years.

Beyond its role as a catalyst for a worldwide community of Cougar enthusiasts, CCOA has led work to document the Cougar’s history and establish standards and guidance for judging and restoration. The club maintains registries for the car generally and for limited-production and high-performance models, such as the Eliminator, Dan Gurney Special, and GT-E. The CCOA also partners with regional Cougar clubs across the country to support national shows and promote interest in the Cougar. CCOA membership provides valuable benefits and connects members with an extensive network of owners and enthusiasts for project advice, shows and social events, and other support.

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Type of Club: National Club

Classic Thunderbird Club International

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Classic Thunderbird Club International (CTCI) is the preeminent membership club for Classic Thunderbirds. If you own a Thunderbird or are just passionate about the 1955, 1956 or 1957 Thunderbird automobiles, CTCI is for you. We have over 5,100 members and 118 chartered chapters representing 23 countries of the world and all 50 States of the United States. CTCI is now the International vision of founder Vic Take, more than 50 years ago. Our award winning EarlyBird publication, which began as a newsletter, has graduated to a 64-page, full-color magazine. It is currently published six times per year, and is still the single best printed source for restoration knowledge, maintenance tips, historical data, parts and cars, plus news from around the world about our members and their past and upcoming T-Bird events.

To enhance the information available through the EarlyBird, CTCI was an early Internet entrant in 1998 with the introduction of its first web site. This website continued to improve and evolve over the years, providing members with a searchable technical article index, online shopping at CTCI’s club store, and Gil's Garage – a renowned collection of tech tips and articles. In 2010 a major update was introduced with a robust Classified Ad section and News and Events pages to keep visitors up to date on Thunderbird events and club news. The new site also offers an on-line member roster and each chapters can have an informational page about their club along with a link to the chapter's website and Facebook page, if available.

CTCI has reprinted and made available to members over 34 different technical and shop manuals, decals, owners' handbooks, and sales brochures that would otherwise be obsolete. Additionally CTCI members have access to technical aids, original vehicle invoices, and the distinguished CTCI Restoration Manual and its 10 updates, created by CTCI members, for members.  Through the years, CTCI has kept a close liaison with Ford Motor Company and other automotive parts manufacturers, helping to keep parts and other consumables available for our little 'Birds. The best news is that although CTCI has grown into a large organization, our annual dues (including our magazine subscription) are still kept low due to the wise and efficient management of our CTCI Directors, Officers and Staff.

There are sanctioned CTCI conventions hosted by various CTCI chapters every year. The locations of these events will vary from year to year depending on the location chosen by the hosting chapter. All sanctioned CTCI conventions offer Concours judging events which present members the opportunity to have their T-Birds judged in classes which include original, non-original, un-restored and touring. For those not wishing to have their cars judged, CTCI also offers a display only class and driving tours.

CTCI offers something for a broad range of T-Bird owners and enthusiasts; we invite you to join us.  You can call (800) 488-2709 or go to our website (ctci.org) for more information.

The Classic Thunderbird Club International’s purpose is: “To operate and maintain an organization to encourage and promote the admiration and ownership, care and maintenance, with safe and courteous operation, of the "Classic Thunderbird", defined as a two-passenger 1955, 1956, and 1957 Ford Thunderbird automobile.”

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Type of Club: National Club

Motor City Marauders

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The Motor City Marauders is incorporated as a nonprofit enthusiast organization dedicated to the support of owners and admirers of the Mercury Marauder. As its name implies, the club is based out of the Detroit area, but it has grown into a national club and even has gained international interest.

After starting out simply as a group of Marauder owners in Southeast Michigan attending car shows and meets together, the Motor City Marauders club now has members across the globe, including in Canada, Mexico, England, Sweden and Saudi Arabia.

The official club website, www.MotorCityMarauders.com, features sections devoted to both regional and national Marauder meets, areas to showcase members' Marauders, and a large in-depth technical forum for troubleshooting and modification purposes. The site also features the actual hands-on contributions of the 2003-2004 Mercury Marauder Program Manager Steve Babcock, the man responsible for resurrecting the Marauder nameplate. Steve contributes his own behind-the-scenes insight into the development of the Marauder program as well as answers to member questions.

The Marauder was designed and built to be a modern four-door muscle car, and as a result it is great platform for performance upgrades ranging from mild to wild. Drag racing and road course outings are very popular with our members, who often make trips to tracks all across the country each year. Consequently, a large portion of the Motor City Marauders website is devoted to modifying and drag racing. The site also features a number of quality vendors that offer expert technical support as well as just about every performance part made for Marauder, including superchargers, exhaust, brakes, suspension, audio, detailing and more. Our vendors do much more than sell products; they provide valuable how-to advice on a variety of performance Fords.

Each year, the club sponsors numerous national and local events for the Marauder community. Our event calendar includes car shows, regional meets, track events, tours, and local gatherings. The highlight event of the year is the largest national gathering for Marauders in the country at the Woodward Dream Cruise, with the 2008 marking our 5th anniversary on Woodward. With some 40,000 cars and 1 million spectators, Detroit's annual Woodward Dream Cruise provides a spectacular backdrop for our "National" meet, and draws both classic and late-model Marauders from across North America.

The Motor City Marauders welcomes anyone that enjoys Ford performance vehicles, so owning a Marauder is not a requirement to join. Our members own Mustang GTs, Mach 1s, Bullitts, SVT Cobras, T-Birds, SVT Lightnings – even Ford GTs. Once you join us to share our passion with other enthusiasts, we're sure you'll stay with us for a long time!  

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Type of Club: Regional Club

International Thunderbird Club

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Hello fellow Thunderbirder!

Since you are reading this you must be like me and share an interest in Ford’s most iconic model, the Thunderbird! You may like the classic version from ’55 or bought a ’66 Flairbird brand new. Perhaps you grew up with an ’83 Aerobird in the garage or are enjoying the classic lines and late model comfort with a 2005 Retrobird. Personally, I am a “bookend” Thunderbirder with ’57 and ’03 Thunderbirds. It doesn’t matter what year you like (or even if you own one!) you are part of the Thunderbird family and are welcome here.

Please look around our site, cruise over to our Facebook page…there are ITC events happening all the time and we have members across the country and around the world. Thunderbird fever can happen anywhere or anytime!
The ITC is always there to answer any questions you have. So go ahead and reach out to any of us on the Club Info > Officers and Advisors menu item above.

I look forward to the time when we can meet and chat about your Thunderbird in person.

Gerard “Bart” Bartasavich

President – International Thunderbird Club

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Type of Club: International Club

International Mercury Owners Association

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The club dedicated to Mercury lovers everywhere.

On our club website you will be able to see what IMOA is all about. You will be able to make contact with other members, keep up to date on upcoming events and find valuable info on any Mercury you may be interested in. Browse through our classifieds to find that dream car or hard to find part, check out pictures and stories about member's cars in our 'Member's Classics' section, or read a tech article on that repair you've been needing to do.

If you're not yet a member, be sure to visit our 'Join The Club' section to find out about all the great benefits of being an IMOA member and see how easy it is to become a part of this great group. We look forward to hearing from you!!!

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NJ Stangers

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Founded in 2010 with just a small group of friends who owned Ford Mustangs, NJStangers has grown to become a Ford Family of NJ NY CT and PA Mustangs, EcoBoost Focus ST/Fiesta ST, F-150/Raptors and much more! Now have members scattered across the East Coast, from NY to NJ and down to SC and beyond! Every single member loves to hang out and talk about cars and work on their cars as well. We’re a Mustang and fast Fords club that loves to have fun, but are completely against street racing and believe that if you want to see what your car can do, do it on the dragstrip or on a professional and safe course.

NJStangers has become a haven for many Ford enthusiasts, just to get away from everyday life for a little while and enjoy spending time with others who share the same Mustang passion as they do. We’re also a club that helps others out, whether it’s helping to install a new mod or answering questions about what could be an issue with someone’s Mustang or other fast Ford that needs fixing. Who doesn’t like making new friends that share the same passion? NJStangers definitely does!

When you’re a part of NJStangers / East Coast Mustangs and Fast Fords, you’ll be informed of any and every known car show coming up, whether or not it’s hosted by NJStangers. You can also look forward to two Dyno Days a year hosted by NJStangers among many other events – once in the spring and once in the fall. It’s completely free to join NJStangers.org, and once you do you’re bound to make new friends to share your passion of Mustangs and fast Fords with them, get the advice you need when it comes to your own car or truck, and have opportunities to come out and hang out!

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Ford GT Forum

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The Ford GT Forum is where owners and build-team members of Ford's world-beating supercar come together.  Since 2005, it has been the premier source of information for Ford GT owners from around the world.

Ford GT Forum is also the source for the "Ford GT National Rally," where owners from around the globe come to experience the thrill of this history-making auto on the road and at the track.  Participation is free; and membership is optional.

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Type of Club: Online Forum
Number of Annual Events: 1per year
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Boss 302 Registry

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The BOSS 302 Registry is dedicated to the owners of ALL 1969-1970 Boss Mustangs and Cougars, as well as the all-new Boss 302 Mustang introduced for the 2012 model year. Our Web site is also home to discussions on the Boss 429 and Boss 351 Mustangs, and has long been recognized as the premier source of historical information and specifications about these very special "Boss" cars.

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Type of Club: Online Registry

Lincolns of Distinction

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Lincolns of Distinction Car Club Inc. is one of the world's largest family of Lincoln owners and enthusiasts. For nearly a century, Lincoln has been hailed as one of the best all around luxury car companies in the world. We provide a forum for people around the world to gather and discuss the entire Lincoln family of vehicles. From the stylish 60's era Mark series, to the new age MKZ platform, and even the rugged Navigator, all have found a home here. Lincolns of Distinction is the most complete source of information on everything from shows and events to modifications and upgrades for these top of the line vehicles.

We believe the Lincoln brand represents the ultimate American luxury vehicle. Please come join our online community of Lincoln enthusiasts b y clicking the Discussion Forums link above or peruse our club website to find out more information.

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Type of Club: National Club

Ford & Mercury Restorers Club of America

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Barb Jockwig

The Ford & Mercury Restorers Club of America is a hobby organization whose purpose is to

  • Foster and promote the acquisition, preservation and use of all Ford vehicles.
  • Develop and maintain among its members the spirit of good fellowship, and fair play, through sponsored activities and family participation.
  • Aid members in their efforts to restore and exhibit their vehicles in their original likeness by publication of technical and historical data and exchange of ideas.

The Ford & Mercury Restorers Club of America, Inc. newsletter, The Rotunda Times, its contents, club logo, articles, and artwork are the property of the Ford & Mercury Restorers Club of America. No changes, additions, deletions or reproductions are permissible without the written approval of the Ford & Mercury Restorers Club of America, Inc. and its duly authorized representatives.

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Type of Club: National Club

Capri Club North America

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Mike Robertson

Capri enthusiasts throughout North America are invited to join the Capri Club North America! The Capri Club North America is a professionally operated car club dedicated to the 1969-1987 Ford Capri of Europe. It is a clearing-house for Capri owners in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean. CCNA has a Facebook forum, website, club regalia, technical assistance, and annual Capri Swarm. The Capri Swarm will be held near Columbus, Ohio. See our Facebook page and website for more information.

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Millennial Mustang Registry

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The Millennial Mustang Registry is a group of Millennials (born between the mid-1980's and the early 2000's) who have a love for Mustangs. The car show scene is mostly dominated by older generations, and because of this, people think we Millennials don't love our Mustangs. The purpose of this club is to show how much we Millennials truly do love our Mustangs as well as try and get more people involved in the car world. If you have a Mustang that you love, please JOIN US today!

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Founded in 2018
Type of Club: Online Registry

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