Actually, let's ask a bigger question: Is it time to create a formal club, with dues, newsletter, local chapters, etc? Or would forming a 'registry' within an existing Mustang Club, but with our own identity be better?
My background in club matters is from the Porsche/Austin-Healey angle, being a regional president with PCA for two years and I'm still fairly active with the AHCA, also serving as president there. There seems to me to be a BUNCH of different Mustang clubs, MCA, SVTOA, etc. Which ones do you guys belong to and recommend? My interests are social, autocross, and road course events. With 5582 cars, I think our max membership would be 1000 if we went out on our own; is that enough to reach critical mass? On the other hand, we have something special with this forum, and would NOT want to become a 'category' on someone's else site.
We could leave things as they are, but how are the bills getting paid?
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I don't think we should dump the idea of a liget club just based on the fact it would cost money. I think it would be a good thing to have creditability to what we have already invested in. Sounds like Cliff has his finger on the trigger. What do you think it might cost to get it going? Hey it might be worth checking it out. If it's too expensive then lets keep what we got. Put me down for 1 vote for official club.
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