The Mobile Bay Mustang Club
is a non-profit organization that encourages the
appreciation, restoration and/or preservation of
classic Mustang and Ford automobiles
Membership is open to anyone with a genuine interest in the classic Mustang and other Ford automobile or trucks.
Ownership is not required
We meet at 7:00pm on the third Tuesday of each month at Morrison's Cafeteria located on the I-65 Service Road near Airport Blvd. Members usually arrive around 6:00-6:30 for dinner prior to the business meeting.
What does the Mobile Bay Mustang Club do?
In addition to attending other car shows, MBMC organizes The Camellia Classic Open Car Show each year. The Camellia Classic Open Car Show is held annually at Bellingrath Gardens & Home on the first Saturday in April. The Camellia Classic is open to any vehicle - from cars to trucks to motorcycles, scooters and bicycles. The Camellia Classic judges on the 100 point system and awards 1st, 2nd and 3rd place awards in over 35 different categories. As an "open" show judging is based on cleanliness, care and appearance only so every type vehicle from 1900 to 2011 is welcome and stands an equal chance of winning an award. Specialty trophies are also awarded.
The club hosts several outings each year, from cookouts to "Show 'n shines", and just general "Get "To gathers". The cookouts take place at a member's home or a local park and consist of anything from bar-be-que to gumbo. We usually cruise to Rocky Creek Catfish Restaurant at lease once each year. Our Christmas Dinner is held in December in various locations. Along with dinner and excellent company, we usually play a rowdy game of "Dirty Santa."
It seems that most of our activities surround some form of eating,
but then it there is one thing we like it is FOOD, FUN, and FORDS.
The club participates in various cruise-ins throughout the year as well as hosting a Cruise-In.
The club donates to various charities throughout the year, such as the Feeding The Gulf Coast Food Bank, The Child Advocacy Center, Angel Tree, Ronald McDonald House, etc. Donations range from cash to merchandise based on the needs of the charity.