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Murder Mystery Dinner

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Have you ever attended a Murder Mystery Dinner? Our friends at Shadow Springs Vineyard offer these performances during their slow season and they have set aside Saturday March 28th at 6pm exclusivly for CRMC. There are 35 seats available for this event which will include dinner as the 'Murder Mystery' is being performed while we dine.

If you have ever participated in the fall wine cruise then you are framilier with Shadow Spings Vineyard and their great staff, they treat CRMC as valued customers and I have no doubt that this event will be a big hit. The cost will be $45 per person and will include a glass of wine. We have also set aside a block of rooms at the Fairfield Inn in Elkin, NC. which will also include transportation to and from Shadow Springs Vineyard for those concerned about driving, the cost will be $109 for a room for two and includes breakfast in the morning.

So, if you are looking for a night out with your significant other and just want to get your Mustang out and cruise with other members, contact Steve Hartung at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or 704-641-1305 for more info and to be put on the list.

Ethanol-Free Gasoline

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Worth checking out if you want Ethonol-Free Gasoline!

It's Beginning To Look A lot Like A Car Show!

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It’s getting warmer, although with the snow and ice we have seen lately it might seem otherwise.  If you are thinking like Lorie and I, we are itching to get the cars out and go somewhere.  Of course there are many cruise-ins around but the car show season is right around the corner also.  Our Southern-most friends have already started with shows in January and February and the shows are inching their way North slowly.

The first National show is the last weekend in March in Tucson Az.,  which I know might be a little out of the way unless you are Johnnie and Rachel Garner.  A good place to find local cruse-ins or shows is our club website www.ponytales.org or a site called http://cruisincarolinamagazine.com .  We of course have our show in September but as early as March and April a lot of our fellow Mustang Club of America clubs start having their regional/local shows. Many start in April and go through June and July.  Some are as close as Greensboro NC and Lexington SC.  Others are a bit more of a drive in Virginia, Georgia and eastern Tennessee.  Regional shows are one day affairs and are of course on Saturday and generally last from about 8am to 3-4pm.

We at CRMC always like it when other clubs support our causes and shows so let’s support them.  Roll off that car cover, break out the hosepipe (that’s how we say garden hose in Lincolnton) and the bucket of warm soapy water (sorry Frank Defeo).  I can’t wait!  Maybe I’ll head on out this weekend to the show at Mustang’s Unlimited in Lawrenceville, Ga.  Weather looks good, no rain and 60 degrees.




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It’s getting warmer, although the snow and ice we have seen lately it might seem otherwise. If

 

you are thinking like Lorie and I we itching to get the cars out and go somewhere. Of course

 

there are many cruse-ins around and about but the car show season is right around the corner

 

also. Our southern most friends have already started with shows in January and February, the

 

shows are inching their way north slowly. The first National show is the last weekend in March

 

in Tucson Az. Which I know might be a little out of the way unless you are Johnnie and Rachel

 

Garner. I good place to find local cruse-ins or shows is our club Website or a local site called

 

Crusin Carolina. We of course have our show in September but as early as March and April a

 

lot of our fellow Mustang Club of America clubs start having their regional/local shows. Many

 

start in April and go through June and July. Some are as close as Greensboro NC and Lexington

 

SC. Others are a bit more of a drive in Virginia, Georgia and eastern Tennessee. Regional shows

 

are one day affairs and are of course on Saturday and generally last from about 8 am to 3-4

 

pm. We, CRMC, always like it when other clubs support our causes and shows so let’s support

 

them. Roll off that car cover, break out the hosepipe (that’s how we say garden hose in

 

Lincolnton) and the bucket of warm soapy water (sorry Frank Defeo). I can’t wait! Maybe I’ll

 

head on out this weekend to the show at Mustang’s Unlimited in Lawrenceville, Ga. Weather

 

looks good, no rain, 60 degrees.

50th Cruise featured on American Muscle's monthly video

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Our Purpose is to preserve and promote all Ford Mustangs manufacturered from 1964 through the current model year; to aid in the restoration, preservation and enjoyment of these vehicles; to promote cooperation among similar Mustang organizations; and to increase communication and fellowship among those persons who share these interests through meetings, shows, special events and social activities.

Our Promise is to always make you feel welcome, to always respond promptly to the needs of our members, to encourage fun for all Mustang enthusiasts and encourage them to join CRMC and Mustang Club of America (MCA), and to always respect each other's views.

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In the Spring & Fall we are participate in Food Lion’s Auto-Fair. In summer, we have our annual Performance Driving School, and in the Fall we host our annual Mustang and All Ford Car Show. In addition, we participate in various events to support other clubs both locally and outside of our region. Every year we share some of the proceeds from these events to make donations to various organizations including St. Jude's Children's Hosptal, Habitat for Humanity and several other charities.

We meet on the first Tuesday of every month (check the event's calendar for time and location). The only requirement for membership is an interest in the Ford Mustang. We hope to see you at our next meeting or event, and if that’s not possible please continue to visit our site and enjoy the content provided by our members.

 

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