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post #1 of 9 Old 10-27-2002, 10:18 AM Thread Starter
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Frederick Maryland Mustang Club???

Is anyone here from, or near frederick Maryland? Or, is anybody a member of the Mustang Club of Western Maryland? I am thinking of stoping by the meeting monday night to check it out.


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What Mustang Club of Western Maryland? I haven't heard of such a club. However I do know lots of Stang owners and two of them at least are interested in forming a new club. Let me know and we can include you in the plans.

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well, their website is here:

http://www.hobby-soft.com/mcwm/

When I first saw the site, I thought they must have fallen apart, the callendar has not been updated in about two years. I went ahead and emailed every address I could find on the site, and one person got back to me.

They meet on the last monday of every month at the Frederick County Career and Tech center, in the city of Frederick. I tried to go to the meeting last month, but aparantly it was canceled. They say they are for the appriciation of all mustangs, (including late models) though I am a bit concerned because all of the member's rides shown are classics.

I hope to know a lot more by the end of the month.

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That site is pop up central!!!!
However the tech section has recent stuff on it.
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If you all do decide to put a club together near Frederick, I would definately be interested. Let me know.

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Lightbulb musatang club

Been looking to start a mustang organization in the south mountain region covering fredneck,hagerspatch,chambersburg, harpers ferry area . There are too many "niche" clubs. I want this to be an all mustang club from year 1 till now, no "classic" snobbery just real people and real stangs. Any takers????
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grrr.... double post.

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Yeah, it sounds great, but I really think thats what this club Im talking about is already trying to do.

...of cours, there is no reason that someone can't participate in more than one club at a time.

In fact, they dont even require that you own a mustang to join, only that you be interested in them.

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mustang club

What I was looking to do was a club central to the south mountain area because i know of no mustang oriented clubs in that area . so what do you think guys?
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