Mustang Owners Club of South Australia Inc.
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Mustang Owners Club of South Australia Inc.
Fostering friendships, social activities and the sport of automoblism amongst members.
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The Mustang Owners Club of South Australia caters for ALL Mustangs, from the inception of the first model when it was first revealed at the World’s Fair in Flushing Meadows, New York on the 17 April 1964 to the present day models.

The aim of the Club is to preserve the marque of the Ford Mustang and this is achieved through fostering friendships, social activities and the sport of automobilism amongst members.

If you would like to be part of the Mustang scene and enjoy the company of other Mustang owners, or if you are contemplating buying a Mustang, we are more than willing to help you get the best value, the right car and what options are available before you set out on your investment. You are welcome to contact the Club President Rick Staehr on 0411 186 949 or Club Secretary Tony Kilvington 0401 123 931.

Please note you must own a Mustang to become a member of the Club.

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If you would like to advertise your business on our website, please contact us here.
Maughan Thiem Ford Cheltenham
mikep@maughanthiem.com.au

Contact: Mike Perry

1013 Port Rd, Cheltenham SA 5014
(08) 8300 1200

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Image Classic Cars
cars@imageclassiccars.com.au

Contact: Jeremy Frencham

87 Research Road, Pooraka SA 5095
(08) 8193 6112

Mustang Motorsport

Craig Dean – Managing Director
Mobile: 0419 395 995
10 Hayward Road, Ferntree Gully VIC 3156
Open 8am – 5pm weekdays
(03) 9753 5799
Fb: /MustangMotorsport
In: @MustangMotorsport
Racing Fb: MustangMotorsportTarga

RODNEY PLOWMAN RESTORATIONS

Contact: Rodney Plowman

32 Heath St Lonsdale SA 5160

(08) 8326 0351

Modbury Press – Printing & Stationery needs
kylie@modburypress.com.au

Contact: Kylie King

91 Research Road, Pooraka SA 5095
Ph: (08) 8262 6133
Fax: (08) 8260 5296

Shannons

Call 13 46 46 for a quote
Visit shannons.com.au
SA Branch: 863-865 South Rd
Clarence Gardens 5039

Let them know you are a member of the MOCSA

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McInerney Barratt Financial Solutions

Contact: Mark McInerney

Partner & Director
L2/47 South Tce, Adelaide SA 5000
Ph: (08) 8211 9099
Mobile: 0400 590 040

St Mary’s Auto Repairs

Contact: Rob Alldritt

12 Walsh Ave, St Marys SA 5042
Ph: (08) 8276 6975

Ultra Tune Prospect
prospect@ultratunesa.com.au

Contact: Geoff Kilford

240 Main North Road, Prospect SA 5082
Ph: (08) 8269 1277
Fax: (08) 8342 0182

CARLINE MUFFLERS & SCOTCHLINE CAR GRAPHIX FINDON
dean@scotchline-adelaide.com.au

CARLINE MUFFLERS is the trusted name in mufflers and under-car servicing, plus replacement, custom and performance exhausts. This means you’ll only receive the very best in service, advice, value and products.

Contact: Graham Johnson

Phone: 8268 9695

SCOTCHLINE CAR GRAPHIX offers a wide range of business signage, banners, lettering, customised graphics, car striping, protective mouldings and laminating services.

Contact: Dean Passamani

Mobile: 0408 827 453

Phone: 8165 2190

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PIZZA PIZZAZ

Providing a wide variety of Pizza and meal deals.

Pickup or delivery to metropolitan area.

135A Goodwood Rd Goodwood SA 5034

Contact: Jacoub and Marcelle

Phone: 8272 2577

Adelaide Lawnmower Centre
adelaidelawnmowers@yahoo.com

Contact: Dale Smith

439 Churchill Road, Kilburn SA 5084
Ph: (08) 8349 5720

Dash Original

Contact: Zig & Leonie Nelson

8 Armiger Court, Holden Hill SA 5088
Ph: (08) 8376 3000
Fax: (08) 8396 3144

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The truth of Australia Day.... This is information that all Australians need to know. Especially those that believe it has to do with how anybody was treated. People should learn the true facts before opening their mouth to spew falsehood. This information was authored by Peter Lee - it should be taught to all Australians. 'Below is the reason Australia day is celebrated on 26 January Here are the Facts about Australia Day but don’t expect the media to educate you with these facts as it is not part of their agenda 1. Australia Day does not celebrate the arrival of the first fleet or the invasion of anything 2. Captain Cook did not arrive in Australia on the 26th January. The landing of Captain Cook in Sydney happened on the 28th April 1770 – not on 26th January. 3. The first fleet arrived in Botany Bay on 18th January. The 26th was chosen as Australia Day for a very different and important reason. The 26th of January is the day Australians received their independence from British Rule. However, Captain Cook’s landing was included in Australian bi-centenary celebrations of 1988 when Sydney-siders decided Captain Cook’s landing should become the focus of the Australia Day commemoration. Sadly the importance of this date for all Australians has begun to fade and now a generation later, it is all but lost. The media as usual is happy to twist the truth for the sake of controversy. Captain Cook didn’t land on the 26th January, so changing the date of any celebration of Captain Cook’s landing would not have any impact on Australia Day, but maybe it would clear the way for the truth about Australia Day. Australians of today abhor what was done under British governance to the Aborigines, the Irish and many other cultures around the world. So after the horrors of WW11, we decided to try and fix it. We became our own people. On 26th January 1949, the Australian nationality came into existence when the Nationality and Citizenship Act 1948 was enacted. That was the day we were first called Australians and allowed to travel with passports as Australians and NOT British subjects. In 1949 therefore, we all became Australian citizens under the Nationality and Citizenship Act 1948. Before that special date, all people living in Australia, including Aborigines, were called ‘British Subjects’ and forced to travel on British passports and fight in British wars. This is why we celebrate Australia Day on the 26th January. This was the day Australians became free to make our own decisions about which wars we would fight and how our citizens would be treated. It was the day we were all declared Australians. Until this date,Aborigines were not protected by law For the first time since Captain Cook’s landing this new Act gave Aboriginal Australians the full protection of Australian Law. This is why 26th January is the day new Australians receive their citizenship It is a day which celebrates the implementation of the Nationality of Citizenship Act of 1948 –The Act which gave freedom and protection to the first Australians and gives all Australians, old and new, the right to live under the protection of the Australian Law”, united as one nation. What was achieved that day is something for which all Australians can be proud. Isn’t it time therefore that all Australians were taught the real reason we celebrate Australia Day on 26th January? In one way or another, we are ALL descendants of Australia ALL OF US. So we should ALL be celebrating and giving thanks for the freedoms, the lifestyles and opportunities that we currently enjoy, thanks to the strengths and battles of our ancestors.' PASS THIS INFORMATION ON TO ALL YOUR FAMILIES AND FRIENDS