Manawatu Mustang Owners Club

  Membership is drawn from all over the lower half of the North Island, from Wanganui and Hastings south to Wellington.

The Manawatu Mustang Owners Club was formed in late January 1979 when a couple (Ash & Louise Williams) with a passion for Mustangs hosted 15 Mustangs, 8 of those guests from the Taranaki Club with the aim of starting a club.
The first official meeting took place on 14th February 1979 at Graeme and Trudie Ponds home where the 7 foundation members started the club.
The club has constantly grown in numbers over the years as Mustangs become the passion of more and more New Zealanders.

As at June 2020 the club had 65 family memberships. Members together own 75 Mustangs. Almost every month there are new additions to the club, either new members or another vehicle purchased.
Membership is drawn from all over the lower half of the North Island, from Wanganui and Napier, south to Wellington.
 

 

            The club meets for some kind of event about once a month, in various places in the Lower North Island, (See Coming Events).

The club magazine is called Mustang Magic, and it is published approx 4 times per year.

Contact data and executive positions for the club are as follows: (Updated August 2020)

Club President

Diane Reynolds

 

Vice President

Graeme Pond

 

Secretary

  Chris Stone

mmocmanawatu@gmail.com

Treasurer

Margot Collier

 

Sheriff

Dave Collier

 

Area Representitives:

Hawkes Bay: Tom Parkinson
Kapiti: Dale Such
Wellington & Wairarapa: Naresh Parmar

Vice President

Merchandise  

Potential new members can obtain further information by contacting any person on the above listing,
or can join the club by clicking the link below, then emailing, or printing and posting in the application form.

 Here is a form to join the Club or renew your membership   (pdf)


facebook.com/groups/ManawatuMustangOwnersClub 
(It's a private group so you need to be accepted as a member to view the page)