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As San Antonio’s Premier Mustang Club, we have been providing the Alamo City Mustang Owners and Enthusiast with a place to gather and socialize for over 30 years. Currently over 125 families in our club membership with Mustang’s, Pantera’s, Cobra’s, Saleen, Falcons, Galaxy’s and Mercury’s.
NEW MEMBERS are always welcome. You do not have to own a Mustang to be a member and enjoy the benefits our club has to offer. Being a Charter Member of the Mustang Club Of America we stay up to date on most things related to the Mustang hobby.

Someone in our club has or can find the answer to most Mustang related questions that come up. Attend one of our Club events and maybe even sign up!

2016  Annual  Charity Open Car Show

Coming Soon  in October

The San Antonio Mustang Club presents it's 35th annual open car show. Formerly located at the Bass Pro Shop, we have moved to a new larger location!

Cowboys Dance Hall 

Our new location offers more room and easier access.  We hope you will enjoy the spacious location and convenience Cowboys offers!


For complete information and registration use the following Button Links



 Registration now online
helps prepare for a smooth and quick start on show day. In return you save on the entry fee and being one of the first 150 registered receives a goody bag. We look forward to having an amazing event with the support of our car show sponsors and our club membership. Save the date of October 30th and get that vehicle ready to shine. 


Car Show Charity Beneficiary 

Dare to Love is a non-profit organization with a mission to enrich the lives of abused and neglected children referred to Child Protective Services (CPS) with gifts, hope and love. 

Established in 1991, Dare to Love works in partnership with Child Protective Services’ to assist needy children. Dare to Love provides funds for CPS children to attend summer school, tutoring, and also to purchase special clothing/shoes, and meet other special needs.

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Richard Birnbach


For Over 35 years, the San Antonio Mustang Club has been bringing together a diverse group of people with but 1 thing in common, an infatuation  with the Ford Mustang!  The Mustang introduced in 1964 was an immediate success and has stood the test of time. 

For over 50 years, the Mustang has inspired a following that no other car has ever been able to match!  The San Antonio Mustang Club provides us with a platform to share our hobby and expand our horizons. 

Together we share in club meetings, cruising all around the State of Texas, exploring historical sites, touring back country roads, car shows and supporting our chosen charity Dare to Love!  Together we share the joy of the road and knowledge of the Mustang. 


The Club offers every member the chance to get involved and participate in all types of activities and adventures. If you have the desire to be of service, there are many ways you can contribute, whether becoming an officer of the Club, accepting a committee position, planning activities or just participating in the meetings the club is there for you! 
Jump in with both feet and all 4 tires!  The open road is waiting for us all!



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Welcome New and Renew Members


Edwin R. Floyd
Jorge Trevino
Zack Adams and Trey Lyons

Miguel Cardozatobar Family
Ruben & Melissa Bonales

Dina Estrada
Phillip Beck Family
Karl & Levon Lang

Austin's Car and Coffee

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2016 Mustang GT

This Black 2016 GT Beauty belongs to Becky Dowda. Check out her story.


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Club Monthly Meeting
Club Monthly Meeting
Always on the first Wednesday of the month.

Matamoros Restaurant has opened their doors for the San Antonio Mustang Club to hold their monthly meetings in their private party room. The room can accommodate over 200 people comfortably, the food delicious and reasonably priced. They are located at 12844 IH10 West San Antonio, Tx 78249. Their telephone number is (210) 558-3200. Meeting start at 7:30pm, but you can show up early and enjoy dinner with us.
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Club News-letter
Club Newsletter
The San Antonio Mustang Club news-letter "HOOFPRINTS" is one of many benefits that come with membership.

Please join us in thanking Becky Dowda who has volunteered to take on the task,and using her desktop publishing skills to bring a fresh new design to the club news-letter, 

Here is the current newsletter.and past Newsletter.

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American Muscle GiveAway
American Muscle Giveaway
Try winning this 10th anniversary giveaway from American Muscle. One lucky winner will get a 800HP 2015 Mustang, a 2017 Raptor, an open trailer, and a number of other smaller items.

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Just seen the first Cobra Jet in person at a local dealer. I had plan to return to take pictures but car was sold. Here is a video on how these bad to the bone cars are created.


Mustang News And Articles

Ford to auction off Old Yeller

Ford has created a unique aviation-inspired pony car. The Old Yeller Mustang will be donated and sold via auction to support the Experimental Aircraft Association’s youth education programs. The auction will take place at a charity event July 28 in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

The road-going Ole Yeller went under the hammer July 28 at the EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh, Wisconsin and saw a final bid of $295,000. 

5 Past Years' Aviation-inspired Mustangs

New 2018 Ford GT 500 Mustang

Ford has not yet confirmed it is working on the new model, but with auto show season kicking off in Los Angeles in November (where the last GT500 was introduced in 2013,) it might not be long before it does.

The automotive enthusiast community is quite taken with Ford’s Mustang Shelby GT350, and for good reason. The pony car wars have moved far beyond the parameters of a drag racing strip, and the GT350 sports car has proven to be a match even for elite European two-doors like the Porsche 911.

But while the GT350 can rip its way around a road course, Mustang fans still long for a tire-smoking Shelby to wear the storied GT500 badge. It would appear the wait will soon be over, as spy shots and reports of the next-generation GT500 are cropping up on the internet.

Autocar is reporting that the new GT500 won’t just best its 2013 predecessor’s 662 horsepower, it will plow right on to an enormous 800 ponies. This, of course, means the new ‘Stang will completely leapfrog the current kings of power: Dodge’s Charger and Challenger SRT Hellcats. It’s difficult to imagine 707hp being dwarfed by anything less than a Bugatti Chiron, but Ford Performance might just be the mad scientist to make this fantasy real.

With aftermarket tuners already getting over 800 hp out of both of those source engines, it shouldn’t be a problem for Ford to do the same…with a warranty.

 National  Mustang Club Of America

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Why you should also join The Mustang Club of America.

San Antonio Mustang Club is a charter member of the Mustang Club of America which is the largest organization of Mustang enthusiasts in the World. All Members receive many benefits like:

  • Free classified non-business advertisements in Mustang Times, and on the MCA website
  • The Mustang Club of America has a Members-Only section on this web site with club news and features.
  • All Members receive two (2) Mustang Club of America windshield decals
  • All Members receive members-only discounts, including Ford X-Plan pricing on new Ford vehicles
  • The Mustang Times, the official club publication is published monthly.
  • Full members receive hardcopy delivery of the magazine
  • Find your MCA gear here at the Mustang Club of America Store. 

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Mustang Club of America 40th Anniversary

The Mustang Club of America will celebrate 40 active years of all things  Mustang from Sept. 1-4 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Included in the lineup will be track events, performance ride-and-drives, and the world’s largest Mustang parade. While the original get-together only had 13 cars in attendance, this 40th anniversary meet is expected to host more than 2,000 cars.

Track sessions will be divided into four groups by driver experience and car capability and will total about 120 minutes per day, but those sessions will run each day of the event. The run groups will be limited to 30 per class, which means space is scarce. 

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