Welcome to the online home of the Wabash Valley Mustang Club. We are a non-profit
organization based in Terre Haute, Indiana that is dedicated to "the preservation
and appreciation of the Ford Mustang." We invite you to join us in one of our
many activities. Check out our
Calendar for more information.
The WVMC was founded in 1991 by a handful of Mustang enthusiasts. The club was incorporated
in 1997 as a non-profit organization in the state of Indiana. That same year, we
became a regional club as part of the Mustang Club
We take pride in our communities, and it shows through our events and activities.
Each year, we host a car show to benefit the March
of Dimes. At Christmas time, we sponsor a family from the
Council on Domestic Abuse (CODA). In addition, many of our members also
participate in the American Cancer Society's
Life, the March of Dime's WalkAmerica,
and the National Multiple Sclerosis Society's
On select Monday evenings throughout the summer, we visit local restaurants. We
call them Mustang Mondays, and they're a great way to learn about the club,
to meet our members, and to have a great time. We also participate in numerous car
shows, cruise-ins, parades, festivals, and many other community and club-only activities.
Check our Event Calendar
to find the next get-together.
Owning a Mustang is not a requirement to join. We only ask that you share our enthusiasm
for this American legend. To find out more about our club, please navigate through
our web site using the menu above. Check out our Event Calendar to find our next
event. Already know that you want to Join? Print out an application
and either mail it to us or bring it to our next event or our monthly club meeting.
Monthly club meetings are held the second Thursday of every month at the Covered Bridge Special Education District Office, 1320 Walnut Ave, Terre Haute, Indiana. Click here for a map and to get driving directions.