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May Newsletter

Greetings fellow Club Members:

Big weekend coming up (May 22 & 23) for our Club; the 15th year of hosting our High Speed Driving Event. For the third year, we will be traveling to Dawsonville, GA and experiencing the thrill of a 2+mile Formula road course. A few slots are still available on both Friday and Saturday. If you have not signed up, download the application form and contact information on our website at www.musiccitymustangclub.org.

Any Club members interested in “caravanning” down to Dawsonville on Thursday, May 21, we are meeting at the Cracker Barrel 2697 Highwood Blvd., Smyrna, TN – off I-24 East, take Exit 66A West Sam Ridley Pkwy. About ½ mile turn left unto Highwood Blvd. We will depart promptly at 10:00 a.m. so get there early.

Don’t forget, due to this event, our May 21 Club meeting will be held “enjoying the track.” Hope to see many of you there. Our next local Club meeting will be June 18 at Piccadilly Cafeteria at 7:00 p.m.

Other happenings, past and future: Upcoming in June, Mustang Mania at Kentucky Downs – June 13, a fun event for the entire family. Club member Tim Forkum is your contact on this event – check it out at http://franklinsimpsonchamber.com/mustang-mania.

Need a fun event and road trip next year, check out the article on a great time had by Chuck and Melinda Pelham this year on their “cruise” to the Coker Tire and Chattanooga Cruise-In. Thanks to Chuck and Melinda for their newsletter contribution.

Membership cards to all “active members” have been distributed (mail or in person) this past month. If you are an active member with paid up dues and do not have your membership card, please contact Club member Ray Mailloux.

Your Club board members met this past week and discussed several business items. One item was the revision of our By-Laws relative to Article V Membership. Please take a look at the by-laws. You can find them on our website at (www.musiccitymustangclub.org). It addresses active member status and dues. As always, any questions or comments on the new revisions, please do not hesitate to give any board member or me a call.

Last but by no means least, mark your calendars for a Club trip to Somerset, KY for the annual Mustang Alley weekend August 20-22. Details to follow at Club meetings.

Look forward to seeing all of you in Dawsonville, GA or at the Club meeting on June 18. Please send in any articles or news events of interest as well as any items wanted or for sale. The newsletter is your “vehicle” to communicate to other Club members what is happening in your world.

May “Mustang Trivia”

In what year did Ford NOT OFFER a V-8 engine option for the Mustang?

Answer:

1974. The first year of the Mustang II, 1974, Ford did not offer the V-8 engine. The only optional engine that year was the 2.6L V-6. Amidst massive consumer complaints, Ford did offer 302ci V-8 engine in 1975, but the horsepower rating was a paltry 140hp.

Take Care and drive save,
Henry Johs




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