Please pass on the event news to any Mustang friends they have who may
not be members.
Open to all Mustang owners (you don’t need to be
member of Canty Mustang Owners Club)
Where: Canterbury Agricultural Park, Curletts Road, Christchurch
When: Easter Monday, April 17 (1to 4pm)
Format: “shine & show” / mix & mingle / bring your picnic
Let’s bring all the ponies out.....celebrate the Mustang legend with old
and new friends. Last year, over 200 Mustangs attended....what will it
be in 2017?!
No entry fee for participating Mustangs or public. Donations collected
for Westpac Air Rescue Trust
World-wide National Mustang Day Celebration hits
Christchurch April 17
April 17 1964 is the official birth date of the iconic Ford Mustang,
being the day when the allnew Mustang first appeared in Ford dealerships
across America, accompanied by wall to wall advertising and record
showroom crowds. The legend was born!
With the new Mustang now a truly global product in LHD and RHD models,
Mustang owner clubs from the US to Europe to NZ now celebrate this
special date across the world by organising gatherings for Mustang
owners and their pride and joy, from the very first models to the very
latest, coming together and celebrating the Mustang spirit that all
Mustang owners share.
Here in Christchurch, the Canterbury Mustang Owners Club is hosting a
special yet informal “show and shine” event on Easter Monday April 17,
between 1 and 4pm at Canterbury Agricultural Park, Curletts Road.
All Mustang owners, with models from 1964 classics to the very latest
2017 RHD models (and every model in between), are warmly invited to join
in.....the event is open to everyone, whether a member of the CMOC or
not. The National Mustang Day display is also open to the public, with
no cover charge. Gold coin donations to the Canterbury West Coast Air
Rescue Trust will be collected.
This is a once a year opportunity to come and see the wide range of
Mustangs on display, to admire the cars and talk with the owners. Last
year’s display exceeded 200 Mustangs! What will it be this year? See you