NZ Mustang Clubs
All New Zealand Mustang owners are encouraged to join a club and promote the sport.
Membership growth for all the clubs has been very strong in the last few years, as interest in classic cars and Mustangs in particular has increased dramatically.
Typical club activities include car shows, organised runs, gymkhanas, arranged visits to places of interest, club Xmas parties, and performance days at racetracks and drag strips. etc. While all the clubs are strongly social, (there are lots of female members, and most activities can be attended by the whole family), the performance activities aim to keep enthusiastic drivers happy too.
Click here to check out the Canterbury Mustang Owners Club's World Mustang Day Event 2021!
The combined membership of each club provides a valuable pool of technical data and experience of great assistance to new (and old!) members with their car maintenance and rebuilding activities.
The clubs host a national convention on annual rotation, each Labour Weekend (mid October).
The total number of Mustangs in New Zealand is the subject of some speculation, but most estimates place the number at over 2000, with additional cars are being imported all the time.
Auckland Mustang Owners Club
PO Box 44-062
Pt Chevalier, Auckland 1246
Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/groups/969949669742747
Waikato Mustang Owners Club
841A Hakarimata Rd
RD1 Huntly 3771
Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/groups/931582766896853/
Facebook Car Registry: www.facebook.com/groups/1121173284592246/
Bay of Plenty Mustang Owners Club
5a Wylie St, Glenholme
Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/BOPMustangOwnersClub
Taranaki Mustang Club
C/- 10 Cross St
New Plymouth 4373
Manawatu Mustang Owners Club
C/O P.O.Box 2029
Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/groups/ManawatuMustangOwnersClub/
Canterbury Mustang Owners Club
P.O. Box 22-389
Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/CanterburyMustangOwnersClub
Southern Mustang Club
C/o Mrs A M Robinson
133 Robinson Road, Glenham
1 R D, Wyndham 9891
Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/SMOCInvercargillNZ