The Mustang Owners Club of South Africa will be celebrating the 49th anniversary of this motoring icon at the TABLE MOUNTAIN CORRAL in Camps Bay on Sunday 14 April 2013.
In South Africa, the Mustangs club’s aim is to help ensure continuity of the “pony car” by encouraging social activity between the members and to support club activities and local charities.
The club holds monthly meetings in Gauteng and the Western Cape and also organises monthly outings on the scenic routes around our country.
It’s time to conjure up memories of popular James Bond film Goldfinger (1964) – being the first movie to show off Ford’s new sporty car, a white 1964½ convertible driven by a beautiful assassin. After a brief chase in the Swiss Alps, Sean Connery, in his Aston Martin DB5, shreds the Mustang’s tyres and its rocker panel.
Join in the celebrations at the Camps Bay Sports Grounds on 14th April for a day of Mustang mania – muscle cars, resto mods, highly modified racing cars and beautifully restored originals. A rare opportunity to admire a range of Mustangs from the past 49 years all brought together in one venue?
There will be ample parking, stalls, refreshments, good food and activities for the children.
Gates open at 10h00
Entrance fee: R20 Adults, R5 for children
Mustang owners in South Africa are also committed to the upliftment of the disadvantaged and believe in putting something back into the community. The Children’s Hospital Trust is proud to be one of the beneficiaries of the 49th Anniversary celebrations.
For more info, go to www.mustangwc.co.za or call