The Charlotte Regional Mustang Club held its annual Mustang and all-Ford show this past Saturday at Independence High School.
The Club has been around for 34 years and is affiliated with the Carolina Regional Mustang Club. This was the 32nd year the club has had a showcase for Mustang enthusiasts and any other Ford-powered vehicles. Currently, there are approximately 400 members from North and South Carolina.
The group meets once a month at the Captain’s Galley in Matthews the first Tuesday of every month from 7:30-9 pm. Members can come early for dinner. The club offers several activities including a driving school in Kershaw, S.C., and a chance for members to get together and restore their vintage or new Ford models.
“We get together, keep Mustangs in good order and have fun,” said Karen Demers of the club’s mission and purpose. Demers is serving as the current president of the Carolina Regional Mustang Club. For more information, attend one of the CRMC’s monthly meetings or go to its website ponytales.org.