Mustang Club of Mid-Michigan
I just received an update from Mike Rey, who was overseeing the sales end of the project (and is the president of MOCSEM). He, and Ford Performance’s John Clor, had a conference call with the man overseeing the book, and it is progressing through Ford’s approval process and the publishing process.
The expected delivery date is now June 1st. Expectation is to have them available for pick up at the Carlisle Ford Nationals event next June. Mike understands that the current publisher’s representative, Mark Roberts, of Iconic Treasures, will be at Carlisle to personally begin the distribution.
I asked Mike how solid the June 1st date is, and he said the both he and John “felt confident after the call.” Mike and John are seeing this through for Ford, Ford dealers, clubs like ours and individuals.
Mike further assured us that the new publisher, Mark Roberts, is expected to fulfill everything as presented and promised.
If the June 1st date holds, it will be about 20 months since the presentation at our October, 2019 membership meeting.
The Mustang Club of Mid-Michigan (MCMM) is a Michigan Non-Profit Corporation and a family oriented club. Since our beginning in 1993, our club has been a charter member of the Mustang Club of America (MCA). We welcome all Mustang enthusiasts to join our club. The love of the car is the only requirement. We normally meet monthly on the 3rd Monday of the month (6:30 – 8:00pm) at G’s Pizzeria, 3823 Bay Rd. Saginaw, MI. We have members from various backgrounds and we work at one to three car shows annually, including our own car show in May. In addition to drafting a monthly newsletter called Horsin’ Around, we have picnics, cruises, tours, outings, and other family fun events!
To foster and promote interest in the Ford Mustang automobile; to conduct educational programs; to provide information regarding Ford Mustangs; and to support charitable and community organization programs of interest to club members and supporters. The club is open to anyone interested in the 1964 1/2 to present Mustang, regardless of vehicle ownership, and for the enjoyment in the hobby and club fellowship. Members should have enthusiasm and a willingness to participate in club activities. Participation of the family unit is not only desired but also essential.