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Mustang Club of America announces details for 50th anniversary celebration

By - April 17, 2012 – 3:02 pm4 Comments | 6,668 views

Ford Mustang 50th Anniversary

Today, coinciding with the Mustang’s 48th birthday, the Mustang Club of America has announced the details for the upcoming 50th anniversary celebration in 2014. Open to all Mustang enthusiasts, not just owners and MCA members, the event will be held in two locations – Las Vegas Motor Speedway in Las Vegas, NV and Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, NC – in an effort to allow as many people as possible to attend. Both events will be held simultaneously from Wednesday, April 16 to Sunday, April 20, 2014. In addition, the MCA will be organizing several “Pony Trails” from a variety of locations, allowing Mustang owners to travel in a large organized group to each event.

“It is the desire and intent of the Mustang Club of America to make sure that as many Mustang enthusiasts as possible can come and enjoy the celebration of the Mustang’s 50th birthday with the MCA in 2014,” says Ron Bramlett, the Executive Director of the MCA’s planned Mustang 50th Birthday Celebration. “Also, all of us working on the event want all Mustang enthusiasts to know that everyone will be welcomed to the MCA’s Mustang 50th Birthday Celebration including MCA members and non-MCA members alike. The Mustang is truly a horse of many colors and whether your passion is new or old, Shelby or Boss, racing or cruising, the MCA is striving to have something very memorable for you at the Mustang 50th Birthday Celebration.”

We’ll bring you more information about the Mustang’s 50th anniversary celebration when details are released. Meanwhile, mark April 16-20, 2014 on your calendar and start making plans to attend.


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  • david scott says:

    Dearborn is the birthplace of the Mustang. Please keep that in mind as regional events are being put together. Like thousands of other Mustang owners, I can’t do either Coast but I can do Dearborn. Thanks.

  • Randy B 351 says:

    YES, Bring on the Mustang party. I have been waiting since the 45th anniversary party. It was Great! But, I hope this is even Bigger!

  • Peter Rich says:

    Dearborn is the birthplace of our first child, the birthplace of our first Mustang, 1974 Mach 1, purchased when I was a Family Practice Resident in Oakwood Hospital, and later brought back to New Plymouth ,New Zealand, where I have served the community for the past 36 years. My wife and I have owned 5 Mustangs, currently an ’87GTHO, 60,000 miles, and a ’66 289 Hardtop, ? 250,000 miles. We also run two Falcons. I use the ’87 for house-calls. We co-founded the Taranaki Mustang Club in 1997 and started the annual New Zealand Mustang Convention, invited Lee Iacocca to be our club Patron (He accepted),and my wife and I were recently awarded Life Membership of the TMC. Along with another life-member couple, we intend to return to Dearborn to renew friendships, and most importantly to celebrate the Mustang birthday milestone. Can some-one please inform us what celebrations are in-planning in the birthplace of the Mustang????

  • Peter Rich says:

    I need to proof-read better! We co-founded the Taranaki Mustang Club in 1977, not 1997! Of the 7 original couples 3 are still active in the club, and 4 are life members. We could have at least 6 members coming to Dearborn (others are off to ‘Vegas).. No news yet on activities at World Ford HQ…. Tomorrow , at least 14 Taranaki Mustangs travel 3 hours to Hamilton to the Henry Ford Birthday All-Ford vehicle show, where last year over 800 Fords assembled from all over the North Island, believed to be the largest gathering in the southern hemisphere. We, the T.M.C., had 18 Mustangs and were awarded the prize for the Best Club Display. How about coming to the 2015 New Zealand Mustang Convention which we are hosting here in New Plymouth, in return for our club members going to the U.S.A.???

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