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HOTEL & HOSPITALITY BANQUET INFORMATION

The host hotel will be the Holiday Inn Express & Suites Nashville-Opryland. The address is  2461 McGavock Pike, Nashville TN 37214, The group rate is $159.00 per night , Use “M6A” for rate. To get group rate the room must

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Registration For Mustangs in Music City

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National Show location confirmed.

The date for our 3rd National Show has been set May 20th 2017 and we now have our location, the Two Rivers Park in Nashville TN. The address is:  3150 McGavock Pike, Nashville TN 37214 This location is adjacent to Briley

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THE SIX BANGER DECEMBER 2016

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AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER

Perhaps one of the most memorable events I had with my Mustang was attending the 50th anniversary  celebration of the Mustang at the Charlotte  Motor Speedway it is an event that I will never forget. I met so many wonderful

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FIFTY YEARS OF WAITING

I’m  happy to be a part of the Association and here’s my Mustang story. The first time I saw a Mustang was when my  dad was buying a new  Galaxie 500 Sportsroof in 1964.  I wanted him to buy the

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MEIN DEUTSCHES PONY (MY GERMAN PONY)

Greetings from Germany,  I’m Harold Eisele, I have been living in Mannheim Germany since 1948. In July of 2010 I bought a 1966 6 cylinder Mustang. My pony’s  scheduled build date was December 1965, and it was built as the

Posted in 64 1/2 to 73 Inlines

LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT

My Mustang story began in May of 1973, I was 18 and full of myself and courting a girl who was full of herself as well.  She wasn’t happy to be cruising Main street  with me in the old Valiant

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A FRIENDS GIFT

The story of my 66 Sprint goes way back actually to the 6th grade, that is where Rick and I became friends. We went to the same small Oregon college, Willamette University in Salem, and after we both entered the

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THE LITTLE THINGS REALLY DO MATTER!

We all know the BIG stuff can make a big difference in our Mustang, but so can the little things we tend to overlook. A high-lift cam with more duration can add Horse Power but you will probably sacrifice daily

Posted in Old School Old Geezer