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2019 Meeting Dates & Times:


November Sunday 10th 1:30 PM – Guest Speaker Graeme Fletcher, Motoring TV

December Sunday 8th TBA – Our annual dinner will be at the Glenerin Inn & Spa. Details to follow


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Upcoming Events


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October 18th to 20th: Mississauga.  The Toronto Fall Classic Car Auction at the International Ctr.  6900 Airport Road.  416-923-7500 or or

October 20th: Waterford.  Pumpkinfest car show on the Football field behind the High School on Brown Street.  8 to 4.  Vehicle Admission, $10.  Info at 519-443-4360 or


GHMA Coffee Club: Our16th Coffee Club Season with the GHMA:

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NEWS: Our dedicated Twitter & Instagram accounts are now live!

Check out Twitter @GHMAON and Instagram @GHMAON – thanks to our club member Dan Kennedy.




55 years later, the salesman who sold the first Ford Mustang built will be reunited with it

Capt. Stanley Tucker and His Ford Mustangs, Numbers 1 and 1 Mill

Captain Stanley Tucker of St. Johns, Newfoundland with 1965 Ford Mustang serial # 1 (Credit: MyAutoWorld)


CNN Article Amanda Jackson: 

A retired salesman in Canada (Harry Phillips) is heading to the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan, to be reunited with a Ford Mustang he accidentally sold 55 years ago.

Ahead of the launch of the Ford Mustang in 1964, car dealerships were sent a preproduction vehicle to display. They weren’t intended to be sold to customers, but one — with the very first Mustang serial number — was purchased by a pilot in Newfoundland. Click here for more…



Movie: Ford vs Ferrari – November 15th 2019


When was the last time we actually had a really good car movie? It will be good to see all those vintage cars running around the track and listening to the glorious sound of those engines!




GHMA Guest Speaker: Joe DaSilva January 2019

Our guest speaker Joe DaSilva gave a very entertaining and informative tech talk about all sorts of performance tuning, tips and maintenance for our Mustangs. Joe is a long time car guy who also gives his time to support various charities such as Sick Kids Hospital, Princess Margaret Hospital and the Lupus society. His performance shop services, tests and tunes older and modern Mustangs and it was a pleasure to listen to his very informative talk. Click here to see more details  – Rob





2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500: tops 700 hp and hits 60 mph in 3.5 seconds …

2020 Shelby GT500

“This is, says Ford, the fastest street-legal Mustang it has ever produced. They won’t say exactly how fast – or even how powerful – the new Shelby GT500 will be, but the numbers they are willing to stand by are pretty darned impressive.

For instance, the 2020 Mustang GT500 will hit 60 miles per hour (96 kilometres an hour) in under 3.5 seconds. It will also cut the quarter mile timing lights in less than 11 seconds. That is all thanks to its 5.2-litre supercharged V8 pumping out “more than” 700 horsepower. How much “more than”, the company’s not saying, but am I the only thinking that the big GT is undergoing some last minute tweaks so that Ford can guarantee it can out-dyno Dodge’s 707-hp Challenger Hellcat?” See more here…




For Sale: 1965 Ford Mustang Coupe – VIN 00002

The first Ford Mustang Coupe ever built, sold accidentally in the Yukon in 1965, is going to be at the Barret Jackson auction.

First Mustang Coupe side

VIN 5F07U100002
Exterior Color CASPIAN BLUE
Interior Color MEDIUM BLUE
Cylinders 6
Engine Size 170CI
Transmission 3-SPEED MANUAL

“The very first Ford Pilot Plant / Pre-production Mustang hardtop. This 1965 Mustang started the Pony Car revolution in American car building, resulting in the later creation of the Camaro and Firebird. It was hand-assembled at the Ford Pilot Plant and is one of three known existing Pilot Plant Mustangs to survive.

This special Mustang has been restored to factory new specifications, with all major components having matching numbers. It is powered by a 170ci 6-cylinder engine mated to a 3-speed manual transmission. Included with the First Ford Mustang Hardtop is a set of two binders containing ownership and condition affidavits from all previous owners, along with photos, statements and signatures from high-profile originators of the Mustang, including Lee Iacocca, Hal Sperlich, Don Frey, Gale Halderman and others.

The binders also include the vast provenance documentation confirming the entire history of the car, and complete restoration documentation in photograph, 35mm slide and video formats. A letter from Ford Motor Company confirming this Mustang as the first Mustang hardtop built is also included.

Among its film and television appearances, this Mustang was used by 20th Century Fox Pictures in video shoots with Matt Damon (starring as Carroll Shelby) and Christian Bale in the up-coming full-length feature film “Ford v. Ferrari” (the true story of the battle between the two marques to win Le Mans in 1966), scheduled to open in the summer of 2019. This hardtop is being sold after 20 years of ownership by a nationally known Mustang historian and author Bob Fria.”






Ontario to scrap Drive Clean emissions test…

… instead it will target heavy-duty vehicles. Proposed changes will be subject to 30-day public consultation, province says.  Ontario’s Drive Clean vehicle emissions testing program will be dismantled next year and replaced with a new system that will focus on heavy-duty vehicles such as transport trucks.

In a news conference Friday, Premier Doug Ford said the program worked well when it was introduced in 1999 and but grew less useful as the automotive industry adopted more stringent emissions standards.

“Drive Clean was created almost 20 years ago but 20 years later, the family car now creates much less pollution. So Drive Clean has outlived its usefulness,” he said.

Only five per cent of vehicles failed the test last year, compared with 16 per cent in 1999, and the trend is expected to continue, the government said. Read more here … Ontario getting rid of the Drive Clean Test



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50th Anniversary Ford Mustang Cobra Jet

50th-anniversary-ford-mustang-cobra-jet-logoIts not street-legal, and only 68 will be built.

Ford has a new Mustang that seeks to eat the Dodge Challenger Demon for dinner, as long as the meal is only served at the track. The Blue Oval has unveiled its new Mustang Cobra Jet ahead of the 2018 Woodward Dream Cruise, and it’s not what you’d call slow. In fact, Ford says it’s the fastest production Mustang to ever grace a drag strip, capable of reaching 150 mph (241 km/h) in the quarter-mile while covering the distance in the mid-eight-second range – a full second quicker than the race-equipped, 840-horsepower (626-kilowatt) Demon. More here from






Prototype Shelby Mustang found after 50 years…

One of two pivotal Experimental cars built by Shelby has been found in a Texas field, 50 years after it disappeared – and the owner had no idea what he owned.

Shelby’s ‘Little Red’ prototype Mustang GT500 EXP has been found in Texas after years of searching – making for one of the most significant finds in American car collector history.

The big-block Shelby notchback coupe was one of a pair of ‘experimental’ cars built by Ford Motor Company and Shelby American. It was an important developmental car, which showcased a variety of ideas, from a restyled body to adding a Paxton supercharger to the big-block V8.

Little Red eventually became the model for Ford’s 1968 Mustang California Special but once finished with it was moved into storage – and there the trail went cold.

More from Auto Classics here…


Prototype Shelby Little Red Found




First Mustang Sold Still With Original Owner …

Gail Wise bought her blue Mustang convertible brand new in 1964, specifically on April 15 from a Ford dealer in Chicago. That probably doesn’t mean much to most people, until you recall that Ford officially revealed its brand new Pony Car to the world on April 17 – two days after she drove the car home. Read more here from …


Gail & Tom Wise 1st 1964 Mustang Convertible ever sold

Gail & Tom Wise – 1964 Skylight Blue Mustang Convertible – First Mustang ever sold.




10,000,000th Ford Mustang rolls off the Assembly Line…

“…The Ford Motor Company will lift the veil off the 10 millionth Mustang. That’s right, ladies and gents; America’s original pony car now numbers in the 10,000,000s, with production going stronger than ever in Flat Rock, Michigan.” Read more here from Autoevolution about this historic event.

“… Wimbledon White-painted pony looks just like any other Mustang from the 2019 model year. But this is car number 10,000,000 according to the photographer, presented with a soft top and the 5.0-liter Coyote V8.”

10 000 000th Mustang



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Mustangs are our passion!

We drive them, race them, restore them, preserve them and just plain enjoy them. The Golden Horseshoe Mustang Association was originally started as a Classic Mustang club in 1995 by a core group of Classic Mustang enthusiasts in the Greater Toronto Area. Over the years we have become an all years Mustang club and one of the largest Mustang club in Canada.

We participate in various events, car shows, travel, charities and much more throughout the year. If you interested in the car hobby, our many social events, then please feel free to attend one of our monthly meetings held at the Ford HQ in Oakville Ontario or Contact us for more info.


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