First inaugural Mustang Muster rolls through the Fleurieu

Mustang lovers: Ross Pedler, Ann Nitschke (red) and Lester and Sandra Williamson (yellow) proudly exhibit their Ford Mustangs. Photo: Supplied.
Mustang lovers: Ross Pedler, Ann Nitschke (red) and Lester and Sandra Williamson (yellow) proudly exhibit their Ford Mustangs. Photo: Supplied.

With the sound of loud engines, a new event rolled into Goolwa on a recent weekend.

On Sunday, November 29, a large group of Mustang enthusiasts met at the Goolwa Shopping Centre for the inaugural Goolwa Fleurieu Mustang Muster.

All in all, there were 18 vehicles on show, ranging from a classic 1968 to the latest models. Cars lined up in the car park and their owners shared their own experiences in being proud owners of a Ford Mustang.

As a group, they then launched a convoy, driving through Currency Creek, Clayton Bay and on to Milang for photographs, much to the delight of the guests of the Milang Caravan Park.

COVID-19 restrictions didn't put a damper on their final destination, lunch at the Finniss Store.

Participants said it was a great day where new friendships were formed and events planned.

For any interested Mustang enthusiasts looking to get involved, contact Geoff Baker via: grbmbaker@gmail.com