Like Mustangs themselves, organizations for Mustang enthusiasts are everywhere. Two of the largest are:
Mustang Club of America
Founded in 1976 in Atlanta, the MCA consists of more than 170 affiliated regional organizations here and abroad, a worldwide membership that is more than 11,500 and growing. While factory-correct restorations remain its main focus, modified machines and racers are welcome. MCA members receive the monthly Mustang Times magazine, which provides technical articles and helps keep tabs on the events staged by all the regions during the year. To learn more, go to www.mustang.org or call 850-438-0626.
Shelby American Automobile Club
Founded in 1975, SAAC today claims about 5,000 members in the U.S., 500 more worldwide, and welcomes other Ford performance loyalists. Its publication is The Shelby American, and its social calendar culminates each year with a national convention in Tooele, Utah. For more details, log on to www.saac.com or fax 860-364-0769.
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