Muzzies make their way to Waikato

28 Mustangs from the Bay of Plenty Mustang Owners Club lined up at C&R Developments last Sunday.

The Bay of Plenty Mustang Owners’ Club brought their American beauties to Cambridge on the weekend. Meeting at the Tauriko petrol station Sunday morning, the convoy cruised through the Kaimai Ranges and into Cambridge, assembling at the car museum at C&R Developments in Hautapu.

The display of 28 mustangs included a range of different years and models, from 1964 through to modern day.

60 members of the Bay of Plenty Mustang Owners Club, as well as Cambridge locals, checked out the display at C&R last Sunday.

“It went exceptionally well,” said Trevor Iremonger, who organised the event along with wife Lynn – two long-time Cambridge locals now residing in Tauranga.

“We’d like to thank Tim Ross at C&R for hosting us, and for the awesome guided tour through the earth works machinery.”

Afterwards the mustangs made their way out to the Cambridge Golf Club for an “excellent” buffet dinner before going back over the hill to Tauranga.

Tim Ross (centre) receives a certificate of appreciation from Bay of Plenty Mustang Owners Club run coordinator Trevor Iremonger (right).

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