Registration is Now Open for San Antonio Mustang Club 36th Annual Charity Open Car Show
Dare To Love
Dare to Love is a non-profit organization run by volunteers whose mission is to enrich the lives of
abused and neglected children referred to Child Protective Services (CPS) Established in 1991, Dare to Love works in partnership with Child Protective Services (CPS)caseworkers to assist needy children. Dare to Love provides funds for CPS children to attend summer school, to provide tutoring, to purchase clothing/shoes, to pay athletic fees, and to meet special needs.
The San Antonio Mustang Club was started back in 1980, and through those years the club has prospered under some great leadership. Created upon what was one-s idea to have a club where Mustang enthusiast could get together, build friendships, comraderies, and enjoy everything associated with this lifestyle.
Having grown up in the mid 70's with a 1969 Mustang Sports roof, I quickly developed a love for Mustangs. I had a chance encounter in 1978 with Tom Kubler Johnson who would soon become the very first President. It was about a year ago, that I again ran into Tom at a tour of a car restoration facility and recognized him and his Shelby. Little did I know that I would be following in his footsteps some 36 years later.
It was the great stewardship of these past presidents and how they looked after the club that has guided it to where it is today. It is with exceptional pride to continue the same passion, dedication, and excitement.
The Club offers every member the chance to get involved and participate in all types of activities and adventures. If you have the desire to be of service, there are many ways you can contribute, whether becoming and officer of the Club, accepting a committee position or planning activities or just participating in the meetings the club is there for you!
Jump in seat, grab the wheel, shift the transmission and step on the gas for some fun and excitement on Texas roads and beyond!
Curt Fodderie Roush
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SAMC Recent Events
SAMC Cruise to Dick's Garage and Classic Museum 21 Jan 2017
SAMC 2nd Annual Opies BBQ Cruise, Spicewood, Texas - 14 Jan 2017
SAMC Cars and Coffee 14 Jan 2017
Club Monthly Meeting
Always on the first Wednesday of the month.
Matamoros Restaurant has opened their doors for the San Antonio Mustang Club to hold their monthly meetings in their private party room. The room can accommodate over 200 people comfortably, the food delicious and reasonably priced. They are located at 12844 IH10 West San Antonio, Tx 78249. Their telephone number is (210) 558-3200. Meeting start at 7:00pm, but you can show up early and enjoy dinner with us.
Meeting Start Time Is Changing
Starting on March 1, 2017 the San Antonio Mustang Club monthly meeting will be starting at 7:00pm. Time change was voted on during the 2016 December monthly meeting.
The San Antonio Mustang Club newsletter "HOOFPRINTS" is one of many benefits that come with membership.
Please join us in thanking Becky Dowda who has volunteered to take on the task,and using her desktop publishing skills to bring a fresh new design to the club news-letter,
Here are the most current newsletters. For older newsletters, members can see and download them in the documents page.
August 2017 Newsletter
July 2017 Newsletter
June 2017 Newsletter
May 2017 Newsletter
April 2017 Newsletter
March 2017 Newsletter
February 2017 Newsletter
January 2017 Newsletter
SAMC Members Events and Activities
Welcome New Members
Alan Bush & Family
Don McMahon & Family
Michael Milburn & Family
Nathaniel Thompson & Family
Cars and Coffee 2017
As some of you may know, the San Antonio Mustang Club has been a long supporter of the San Antonio Cars And Coffee scene.
This coming 14 Jan 2017 our club will kick off the new year providing support from 7:00 a.m. to about 10:00 a.m. again to this event. If you have never experienced the event it is truly a place for those that appreciate cars of all makes, models and years.
Some of the benefits of volunteering are:
- You get to see just about every car that drives in
- Meet some of the drivers
- Make new friends from our club and others
- Find out what other clubs have going
- Plus more
In order to facilitate the event we will need at least 10+ volunteers to work the event. A volunteer menu item has been placed on the left menu of our website to volunteer to help with the event. The duties will comprise of directing traffic in, making sure people pay attention to the rules while there, and helping with the traffic once they start to leave. If you have any questions
please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
San Antonio Mustang Club Activities
National Mustang Club Of America
Why you should also join The Mustang Club of America.
San Antonio Mustang Club is a charter member of the Mustang Club of America which is the largest organization of Mustang enthusiasts in the World. All Members receive many benefits like:
- Free classified non-business advertisements in Mustang Times, and on the MCA website
- The Mustang Club of America has a Members-Only section on this web site with club news and features.
- All Members receive two (2) Mustang Club of America windshield decals
- All Members receive members-only discounts, including Ford X-Plan pricing on new Ford vehicles
- The Mustang Times, the official club publication is published monthly.
- Full members receive hardcopy delivery of the magazine
- Find your MCA gear here at the Mustang Club of America Store.
Mustang Club of America Store
Mustang News And Articles
Ford Mustang Number 00002 Is Up For Grabs
The second production Mustang to be given a VIN number - and the 'first' hardtop - will be going under the hammer at Mecum's Indianapolis event in May.
As far as historic Ford Mustangs go, it doesn’t get much better than this. What you’re looking at is Mustang number 00002, and the first hardtop to be serialized with a VIN number. Does that mean it’s the second Mustang ever built, and the first hardtop? Well, no, actually.
Ford didn’t build cars consecutively by VIN number - and apparently doesn’t now either. It’s been deemed impossible to determine exactly when it rolled off the production line, although it’s fair to say this particular pony is one of the first of nine million Mustangs built over the car’s 50+ year history.
No auction estimate has been given, but given what a rare opportunity this is (Mustang VIN number 00001 is holed up in the The Henry Ford Museum), you can bet it’ll go for a hefty figure. It’ll go under the hammer at Mecum’s Indianapolis event some time between 16 and 21 May.
Ford Mustang found in Mexican junkyard is from 'Bullitt,' expert confirms
Frank Bullitt couldn’t have done a better job cracking this case.
Nearly 50 years after it was last seen, a 1968 Ford Mustang found in a Mexican junkyard has been confirmed to be one of two known to have been used in the filming of the Steve McQueen movie “Bullitt.”
“I’m 100 percent sure it’s authentic,” classic Ford expert Kevin Marti told Fox News after going across the border to Mexicali to inspect the car last week.
You Can find lots of articles on this Mustang by searching on the Internet
Ideas, styling experiments, accessories, and blunders that never made it to market (and some that did!
Mustang Concept You Need To See
See the whole story : Mustang Concepts
Ford Mustang With An Interior Trimmed in Horsehide
Custom vehicle-interior shop Vilner Studio has fulfilled a rather… erm, “unusual” request from a Chinese customer, trimming the interior of the customer’s Mustang with real, genuine mustang hide.
Yes, “mustang” as-in the free-roaming, feral horse of the American west.
Vilner has called the custom Ford Mustang interior “somewhat controversial,” and we rather suspect that will prove to be an understatement. They’ve fitted black mustang leather to the seats, steering wheel, handbrake, and gear-shift lever, with real horsehair on the front-seat side bolsters. The doors, center console, and transmission tunnel are all covered in black Alcantara, meanwhile, and the ceiling features a rather striking Alcantara design, with two black cobras hand-painted in a traditional Chinese style against a red backdrop.
Now, while many will surely decry Vilner Beijing’s decision to acquiesce in executing this Chinese Ford Mustang owner’s wishes, we should bear in mind that countless vehicle interiors are trimmed with cowhide. To condemn this mustang leather interior without also condemning leather in general would be rather hypocritical.