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We thank our Sponsors, Members, Vendors and Participants that made the 2014 MCCPA MUSTANG ROUNDUP a success!
The next MCCPA Events
2014 Covered Bridge Cruise.
Coming October 26, 2014!
The date is set for the 2014 Covered Bridge Cruise. We will be cruising about a hundred miles and crossing thirteen covered bridges.
The cruise is set up for the Mustang Club of Central PA, and is open to all Mustangs. As we have in the past, we are inviting friends who drive other sporty cars to join us.
See below for more information
The 2014 Covered Bridge Cruise route is still a work-in-progress, and some details may change. We will be starting out at Oregon Dairy, just off US222 between Lancaster and Ephrata,
making two or three stops along the way and ending at Hershey Farm near Strasburg. Hershey Farm is giving us a group price for the all-you-can-eat buffet.
Because variables like road construction, we will not be locking the route until right before the Covered Bridge cruise. Click on the below link for more information.
Click here for more information on the Covered Bridge Cruise 2014
The general purpose of this club is to preserve, maintain and
enjoy the Mustang starting with the initial model manufactured
in 1964 up to and including current models. All Mustangs are
welcome from project cars and daily drivers to high end collector
Mustangs. If fact you do not have to own a Mustang to join!
We are involved in many activities including the All Ford
Nationals at Carlisle and the MCCPA's annual Mustang Round
Up Car Show which is August 30 at the Carlisle fairgrounds.
The club holds meetings, cruises and shows.
MCCPA is a regional club of Mustang Club of America.
General membership meetings are held at L. B. Smith Ford in Lemoyne from March through October.
The meetings start at 6:30pm and the dates for 2014 are:
- March 20
- April 17
- May 15
- June 19
- July 17
- August 21
- September 18
- October 16
The final MCCPA meeting for 2014,
If you would like to join the club please click on the JOIN MCCPA icon, complete the form and mail it to our
PO Box or stop by the next meeting and jump right in!
Join now and get a free gift!
Treasurer / Membership
Below are some of the MCCPA activities for 2014, check out our Facebook page for more!
Bethany Village 50th Anniversary Cruise In
On Saturday September 27th, MCCPA helped Bethany Village celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Bethany Village with a Mustang cruise in. This also being the 50th Anniversary of the Mustang, a Mustang Cruise In was great way to celebrate the Bethany Village Anniversary. We had a great turn out of MCCPA members and nonmembers and thank MCCPA member Jeff Turicik for organizing this event and for all that helped make it a fun day.
10th Annual Advanced Auto Car Show
A MCCPA group shot at the Advanced Auto Car Show in Shrewsbury PA. The all 10th Annual Advanced Auto Car Show proceeds goes to JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation).
2014 MCCPA MUSTANG ROUNDUP
2014 MCCPA MUSTANG ROUNDUP was a success! On August 30, the Saturday of Labor Day, the Mustang Club of Central Pennsylvania held the 2014 Mustang Round Up. The weather cooperated and a large variety of Mustangs participated. The Mustang Round Up had 130 Mustangs in the show field, was a huge success and lots of fun. Congratulations to all the class winners.
American Muscle 2014 Mustang Show
On August 16th, American Muscle held their annual show at the Maple Grove Raceway. MCCPA had another strong showing with over 30 Mustangs participating. The group cruised from Harrisburg to Lancaster to Mohnton. The American Muscle show was huge with 2200 Mustangs pre-registered. The big news was MCCPA own Paul Bellis won 1st place in his class, 1999-2004. Paul is at the far left of the picture.
CJ's Customer Appreciation Day
CJ's Customer Appreciation day August 9,2014, MCCPA had a super turn out. The club met at the diner
for a breakfast at 7:00 and Cruised across the street to CJ’s at 8:00. With over 20 members participating, MCCPA
mustangs wrapped the Service building. We picked up some new members and caught up with some old friends. The big
news is that MCCPA members walked away with five of the sixteen available trophies. Most notable is Barry Klunk
whose 2004 GT Roush, Best in Show. Barry’s Roush has won many trophies but this is his first Best of show.
MCCPA Club winners: Carlene Warner, 1991 LX, First Place, 1979 – 1993, Barry and Cathy Klunk, 2004 GT Roush, Best in Show, Dennis Snyder, 2005 GT Conv, First Place, 2005 – 2014, Charlie and Erin Boyd, 1992 GT Conv, Third Place, 1979 – 1993 and Bob Benedict, 1969 Mach I, 1964 1/2 - 1978
MCCPA Club Picnic
On the weekend of July 4, several members of MCCPA gathered for a club picnic. The picnic was held at the property of members Dennis and Diane. Nothing like burgers, hotdogs and Mustangs! MCCPA is an active club, the previous Friday, MCCPA club members attended a double feature at Haar’s Drive in. Check the calendar to see upcoming events.
MCCPA was in force at the Anniversary Ford Nationals!
What a weekend!
With Beautiful weather the Ford Nationals had record attendance and cars in the show field. MCCPA members Mustangs could be found in the 50 years of Mustang exhibit as well in the Special Mustang exhibit. The MCCPA tent was busy all weekend. Over 45 members signed in! We had a cookout Saturday at lunch time. The 2015 Mustang came by our tent with a Police escort, Also MCCPA welcomed thirty new members!
The Mustang Club of Central PA really stepped it up this year. MCCPA had 18 members and 19 cars receive awards on Sunday. Congratulations to all the winners!
MCCPA Club Cruise
MCCPA held the first cruise of the year was on April 26. The cruise included at tour of Three Dog and the annual feed at Grumpy's. The MCCPA members are pictured at the Pagoda in Reading
MCCPA members at the 50th Anniversary in Charlotte!
The Mustang 50th Birthday Celebration at Charlotte Motor Speedway. During the week of April 16-20 thousands of Mustangs converged to Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, North Carolina. Members Dale and Carlene Warner, Berry and Kathy Klunk, Jon Ruffner and Sons, Patrick Gill and Tom Elledge attended.