The Galloping Gazette

     The Official Newsletter Of The

     Central Virginia Mustang Club

December 2005 
Issue 228





22nd Annual Mustang & Ford Show! As you may know CVMC will be having our 22nd Annual Mustang & Ford Show at Virginia Center Commons Mall on September 23, 2006.

          The following people have volunteered to help with the show.


Show Chairman: Tony Hall

Asst. Show Chairman: Dave Dickey

Parking Supervisor: Steve Coleman


          There are others who have expressed interest in helping but I have not confirmed anything with them yet.

          Anybody who wishes to help just let me know.


Tony Hall

Home: 804-282-0592

Work: 804-261-6764



CVMC Elections – December 7th! On December 7th CVMC will be have our Annual Elections. The CVMC Membership will have to elect new Officers and 5 new Directors.

          It is very important to attend this meeting and cast your vote!






________ Gordon Martin



Vice President

________ George Bobrovsky




________ Ron Martin




________ Stephanie Swepston

________ Laurie Ford

________ Renee Bennett



National Director

________ David Dickey



Board of Directors (Pick 5)

________ Billy McDaniel

________ Sharon Burke

________ Peter Marshall

________ Llew Stakes

________ Bill McCauley

________ George Cosier

________ Kathy McWilliams

________ Glenn Ford

________ Janet Armstrong

________ Bob Overbey



I have left a blank space for each office in case anyone wanted to submit a write in candidates.

If you CANNOT make it to the December Meeting please fill out the Ballot above and mail it to.

Click here for a printable ballot.



P.O. Box 35-474

Richmond, Va. 23235-0474


          I want to thank every one who is running for office. You are doing a great service to CVMC.

By Tony Hall


Thanks For 20 Years! The following people have been members of CVMC for 20 consecutive years!


Carroll Lipscombe

Bill Braughton

Sonny Coble

Walter Harley

Bill & Billie Jarvis

Rick Jones

Llew Stakes

Mike Walker

David Lythgoe

Brenda & Richard Jones


          Those listed above no longer have to pay club dues. Thanks everyone for starting one of the best Mustang Clubs around!

By Tony Hall


CVMC At G-Force Karts – November 19th! We had a great time at G-Force Karts! There were 5 of us that raced and we had some great times. There was some bumping but it wasn’t too bad (evil grin).

          So without further to do here are the times.


Tony Hall  BLT; 0:25.753

John Propst  BLT; 0:25.853

George Godsey  BLT; 0:26.370

Rusty Wiseman  BLT; 0:26.545

Dave Dickey  BLT; 0:26.976


          Our next foray into G-Force Karts will be January 22nd. We will meet at G-Force Karts at 2:00pm. The address is below.


4245 Carolina Avenue, Bldg B
Richmond, Virginia


          It is always a blast! Be sure to be there! Here’s Tire Smoke in your eyes!

By Tony Hall


Ashland Christmas Parade! CVMC had a great turnout for the Ashland Christmas Parade this year. We had 19 Mustangs in the parade 18 CVMC Mustangs and 1 stray!


          We had a real good assortment of Mustangs and you could not have asked for a better day for a parade!

          As all ways Ashland came out in force to see the parade!

          After it was over with we went to Texas Roadhouse at Virginia Center Commons and stuffed our faces. Oh yeah ask Kim McDaniel about the peanuts!

          We all had a great time and look forward to doing this again next year.

By Tony Hall


A Vintage Birthday Surprise! CVMC Member and Chesterfield County Administrator Lane Ramsey had a big birthday surprise last June when his wife, daughter and a friend took him on a trip to Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin, for a Road America racing event.


          While at the event Lane got to meet the man who is responsible for his beloved 1969 Shelby Mustang. Yes, we are talking about Carroll Shelby himself. When Lane met him he gave Mr. Shelby a check in the amount of $600.00 for the “Carroll Shelby Children’s Foundation”. His friends and family pitched in by donating a portion of the $600.00.

          Lane said it was the biggest surprise he has ever had for his birthday. Lane from CVMC happy late birthday and we are glad you got to meet Mr. Shelby!

By Tony Hall


Chester Christmas Parade! On December 11, 2005 CVMC will be participating in the “Chester Kiwanis Christmas Parade”

          CVMC had a great turnout last year and we hope we will have another great turnout this year!

          If you wish to attend please contact…


Llew Stakes

Home: 804-262-5789

Work: 804-355-3167



…he will have all of the info on where to meet. He will also let us know at our monthly meeting on December 7th at 7:30pm.

By Tony Hall


TCMC Toy Run for Children’s Hospital! On December 10th at 10:00am they will be meeting in front of the Starbucks at Willow Lawn.

          At 10:30am they will be leaving to go to the Children’s Hospital. I would love to see a Huge CVMC Turnout for this worthy cause.

          There are two things you need to bring.

  1. A toy (don’t forget the older kids).
  2. A Mustang!

See you there!

By Tony Hall


2006 Membership Drive! Yes folks it is that time again. Time to renew your membership for another great year with CVMC!

          Membership Dues are just $25.00 for a whole year. You don’t want to miss the Car Show’s, Cruise In’s, Parade’s and all around good fun!

          You can pay your dues at our Monthly Meetings or you can mail it to the address below.



P.O. Box 35-474

Richmond, Virginia 23235-0474


          The members listed below under the title “Renewed Member’s For 2006” do not have to pay for 2006. Be sure to add your name to that list.

By Tony Hall


CVMC Merchandise! Jacket and Show T-shirt Update!



          We have plenty of Show Shirts left over from this years show. I’m not sure how many and what sizes are left. The shirts are $15.00 a piece.

           There are still last years show shirts available in sizes L, XL and XXL. These will be available at the next meeting. The price has been reduced to $10.00. You can also e-mail me at or call me at 804-379-7480 if you would like me to hold a particular size.

By Judi Weidman


Thanks! I would like to take a minute to thank everyone who has contributed to the Galloping Gazette and let everyone know that if you have an article that you wrote on anything Mustang and or Ford related please send it to me to be used in the newsletter.

          Ideas for articles are but not limited to the following… Car Shows that you attended; Parades; Restoration Projects; Unique Mustang’s and or Ford’s; Unique people connected with Mustang’s and or Ford’s; etc… Please include any pictures.

          Be sure to send your articles to Tony Hall at 7702 Hudson Drive Richmond, Va. 23229. Or hand them to me at the next club meeting. You can also e-mail them to me at



News From The Blue Oval



Unveils six broad initiatives to secure America’s energy and manufacturing future Challenges industry and government to respond to 'economic challenges of our time'


WASHINGTON, DC, Nov. 22, 2005, In a speech before the Business Roundtable, Ford Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Bill Ford talked about the energy and manufacturing challenges facing our country and how industry and government can overcome them by investing again in American innovation.
          "Now, more than ever, with the competitive pressures of globalization,
America needs to respond to the economic challenges of our time," said
Ford. "This is not the moment to stop investing and concede our competitive edge in vital parts of the economy. Just the opposite, we must take the lead and show the world that there is only one, true innovative manufacturing giant. And it has three distinct initials: U.S.A. “

          He said that other countries have made manufacturing important enough to make it a national priority and called upon the US to do the same. "It
ultimately means more jobs, more tax revenue, and a position of strength
and leadership in the world."

          The Ford CEO outlined six cooperative measures between industry and government that America can take in the short term that will "bear fruit
for years to come." The six measures include:
1. Urging Congress to invest in America and dramatically increase the R&D tax credit to more directly support companies working on advanced vehicles, components, and fuel technologies.

2. Challenging Congress to consider tax incentives to help American manufacturers convert existing -- but outmoded plants -- into high-tech facilities.

3. Calling for investment in the American workers who build the advanced technology products with training programs and incentives to upgrade worker skills, helping us move into the future while preserving American jobs.

4. Pushing governments at all levels by 2010 to consider buying only hybrids or other alternatively fueled vehicles.

5. Expanding the infrastructure for ethanol fuels — so we can go from hundreds of fuel stations to thousands.

6. Convening a group of automakers, suppliers, fuel providers and government agencies to address America’s energy challenges.

          "I believe that with the right investments, America – and the American
manufacturing sector – can win. It can maintain its leadership stature in the world. And we can reduce our dependence on foreign oil. All at the same time. But we can't get there alone."

          Ford said it is difficult to conceive of any issue that touches more of our
lives than energy. "It drives our mobility, our appliances and our choices about how far we can live from our jobs. It affects our environment, our national security and our household budgets. And when the price of gas goes up to $3 a gallon, as it did just a few months ago, all Americans feel it in their pocketbooks. And from where I sit, as Chairman of Ford Motor
Company, it affects the decisions I make every day."

          Ford noted that when he became CEO in 2001, he made a conscious decision to invest in new products that were more fuel efficient. "I believed back then that the days of cheap gasoline were numbered. That led to the creation of the world's first hybrid-electric SUV, the Ford Escape, and inspired our decision to build up to 250,000 hybrids a year by 2010."

          He reminded the Business Roundtable audience that despite recent industry challenges, domestic auto manufacturers are still the foundation of the auto industry in this country. "We still employ nearly 90% of the workers in our industry. And since 1980, we've made more than 85% of the total investments in the U.S. auto industry -- $175 billion."

          Ford Motor Company, a global automotive industry leader based in Dearborn, Mich., manufactures and distributes automobiles in 200 markets across six continents. With nearly 324,000 employees and 110 plants worldwide, the company’s core and affiliated automotive brands include Aston Martin, Ford, Jaguar, Land Rover, Lincoln, Mazda, Mercury and Volvo. Its automotive-related services include Ford Motor Credit Company and Hertz. For more information regarding Ford's products, please visit



Virginia MCA License Plate


          Ok folks, here is the deal. I talked to Suzanne Beels who was in charge of this effort to get a MCA Plate in Virginia.

          The effort fell short by about 100 orders. The Roanoke Valley Mustang Club has been debating weather to give it another try this coming year. It appears that they WILL NOT be trying again.

          Suzanne said that she will be mailing all of the checks back in a couple of weeks. If you have not received your check in about 2 to 3 weeks I suggest that you call her at the phone number listed below.


Suzanne Beels



          It is too bad this effort did not make it. Maybe one day.
By Tony Hall



News From The CCCCVa

By Fred Fann


          I hope you saw some of the exchanges between the big oil executives and members of Congress. It might surprise you that big oil execs got hauled before Congress. It’s a well known fact that oil companies and their employees have given millions to members of Congress for campaigns and via lobbyists. But the Republican leadership had to call them before Congress because their polling numbers were very low due to the rapid rise in gasoline prices (and profits) at the time of hurricane Katrina. ExxonMobil announced $9.9 billion in third quarter profits - a US record for corporations. And the top four big oil companies are expected to make over $100 billion in profits for 2005.

          Having $2.6 billion in tax breaks for big oil in the recent energy bill didn’t help. Letting big oil use federal land - including military bases - to build refineries in another bill didn’t help either. But recently Congress has turned its back on big oil as the House voted no to drilling in the Artic Wildlife Refuge.

          The big oil execs even refused to testify under oath at the hearing. And they evaded answering the tough questions. They also refused to use even a fraction of their record profits to help poor people with heating this winter. Many think that because of the rise in heating oil products that the poor will have a hard time keeping warm this winter.

          The American people don’t really like big oil. In fact most believe that after Katrina that big oil gouged the prices at the pumps to make more money. Most Americans favor some type of windfall profit tax on big oil. There are (at this writing) eight pieces of legislation in Congress to further tax oil profits or to control in some way oil prices and profits.

          This is despite big oil spending millions in Congress that helped them reap profits in the billions. If there was such a severe shortage of gasoline after Katrina that the price had to go up then why do the oil company profits go up by an even larger margin? It was a question the execs avoided.

          There is also legislation not only in Congress but in state houses to allow off-shore drilling especially for natural gas. This is in response to the big increase in natural gas prices.

          No doubt you have seen the big decrease in gasoline prices lately - and this is despite the fact that not all refineries are up and running. Do you think that the recent Congressional hearings with the big oil execs and the public turning against big oil’s huge profits had anything to do with the fall in gas prices?

          Citizens are now (finally) getting fed up with some of the stuff going on in Congress and they are letting their representatives know. One town actually offered to give up a pork barrel transportation project if the money would go to help Hurricane Katrina victims. And now the famous $230 million dollar bridge in Alaska that would go to an island of 50 people (only $4.6 million per person) has been canned. They also cut another $229 million for a bridge that would have been named after Representative Don Young of Alaska. Alaska will keep the funds but they will actually be used for needed projects. Are the people getting their government back?


CVMC Guess the plate



          The object of this game is to guess which CVMC member the license plate belongs to.



Dave’s Mustang Trivia

By David Lythgoe


  1. What were the prices for the 1967 Mustang?
  2. What were the colors of the convertible top in 1967?
  3. How many Shelby Mustangs were made in1967?



Rick’s Tip’s


Winterize Time!


          Gas can go bad! When it does it will become thick and gooey similar to Molasses. It can also dry and become solid similar to a yellow varnish. The only way to remove gas when it has solidified is to soak it in a strong acid or replace the parts where the gas has dried. In other words if it dries then the tank, tank sender, fuel lines and carburetor may need to be replaced. Carburetors are almost certainly ruined.

          To prevent this a product called Stabill can be added to the gas tank and will keep the gas in the tank, lines and carburetor good for a couple of months. I personally like to run my cars at least once a month replacing the Stabill each time after they are run.

          You can find Stabill at Home Depot in the small engine section.


          If you have any questions please feel free to call me during the day at 804-321-5383.


Happy Cruising



Cvmc classifieds


For Sale 1968 Fastback GT

390 HI PO; No rust; 65,000 original miles; completely original and unrestored; mechanically sound; Black deluxe interior

Console Automatic



Greenville, SC

(864) 313-9675

Consider trade for fastback with small block.


For Sale 1969 Mustang Convertible

302 rebuilt motor and transmission.

New floor pans, carpet, seat covers, new convertable rag top, console, under coated, new radio, door knobs, door panels, custom 500 wheels, new tires and many more parts $13,500.

Steve Turner

Home: 804-675-1742

Cell: 804-218-5497




1969 Dark Green Mustang BOSS 429

VIN 9F022198760


1970 Blue Mustang BOSS 302

Frame & Body only

VIN 0T02G156041


          If you hear of any information please contact

Hanover Sheriff’s Department

D.L. Wright





Rick Noctha



Central Virginia Mustang Club


Minutes of Meeting,

November 2, 2005

By Brenda Jones


          Tony called the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m. He asked if we had any visitors. We had 2. They were G. B Parker - 67 Coupe, Doug Smith - 02 Mustang.

          Karen gave the Treasurer’s report. Carroll Lipscombe made the motion to accept the report, George Bobrovsky seconded. The motion was passed unanimously.  

          Llew Stakes gave his parade report on the upcoming parades for the holiday season.

          Ashland Christmas Parade - November 20th - 2:30 p.m.  We will meet at the Southern States property on     Hanover Avenue in Ashland at 1:30.

          Mechanicsville Parade - December 12th - 3:00 p.m.  We will line up at 2:00 at the elementary school.

          Chester Parade - December 11th - 2:00 p.m.  We will meet at 1:00 at the Funeral Home parking lot.


          Tony talked about the Quinton Fire Department display.  There were 15 mustangs at the display.

          Our Cruise to Luray was a good time- We weren’t able to come back by way of Skyline Drive because of the clouds. We left from Red Robin Restaurant at 8:30 a.m. and went up to Luray by way of   Route 33. We had 13 mustangs, 1 SVT lightning, 1 Lincoln and 1 Durango. We enjoyed the caverns and the car museum. Only 5 of the group came back to Richmond by the interstate. We ate at TGI Fridays when we got back at around 5:30p.m. 

          Tony told us that Mark Bowen from Virginia Center Commons and the Simon Foundation has said that they would love for us to come back there for our show next year. The date will be September 23rd with a rain date of October 8th

          Elections will be held at the meeting on December 7th.  Tony said that if you are not going to be able to come to the next meeting, to fill out the ballot and mail it to the post office box so it can be counted.  Tony asked the candidates to stand and introduce themselves.

President - Gordon Martin

Vice President - George Bobrovsky   Treasurer - Ron Martin

Secretary - Renee Bennett, Stephanie Sweptson, Laurie Ford

National MCA Director - Dave Dickey

Directors - Billy McDaniel, Peter Marshall, Bob Overbey, Llew Stakes, George Cosier, Kathy McWilliams, Bill McCauley, Glen Ford, Sharon Burke, Janet Armstrong

          The Club will be having their Christmas party on December 3rd, 2005 at Hill City Chophouse at Virginia

Center Commons. The party will start at 8:00p.m. The cost will be $20.00 a person with the club paying $10.00 a person. We will have a box for the Toys for Tots. Please bring a new unwrapped toy and put it in the box so they can be delivered to a child who might not otherwise have a bright Christmas. The sign up sheet for the party will be put out tonight. There is a limit of 50 people for the room. Contact Brenda Jones as to who is coming and how many. Her phone numbers are as follows:  3r53-3919 (w), 740-2096 (h) and 387-1837 (cell). Menu choices will be forthcoming. 

          Tony said at the last visit to G Force Go Karts, we only had 3 people to show. The next visit will be November 19th.

          Tony told the membership about the Director’s meeting. We voted on several items. We mainly discussed the show. Tony brought up several ideas that we discussed at the meeting. First item is about the possibility of having a top 30 show in April at Virginia Center Commons. This would be participant’s choice. There will not be any pre-registered. Participants will pay day of show. Date of show will be April 1st with a rain date of April 8th. Show will be open to everything, not just mustangs and fords. Gordon Martin made a motion to accept the idea for a show and Rick Jones seconded. Motion passed unanimously.

          Board of Directors also discussed the possibility of having a MCA National Show here. This will be 2-3 years out. The closest date would be 2008 for us to consider. If we wait, then we would be getting into 2009-2010 before we can be considered. The club would be in charge of registration and parking, banquet of some type, and awards. MCA would be in charge of judging. We would still need judges from the club. This would be a 3 day event. Andy Phaup made a motion to look into the possibility of having a show. Rick Jones seconded. The motion passed with a show of hands. Judy Dickey suggested we put a committee together to do the leg work necessary to put together a national show. A sign up sheet was put out.

          Tony had George Bobrovsky bring up a fundraising idea that Mark Bowen of Virginia Center Commons has suggested to him. We would get a block of tickets to sell for 1 day to come into the mall after hours. We would sell these tickets for $10.00 each. We would be keeping $7.00 from the sale of each ticket and the Simon Foundation would get $3.00. The mall would be closed to the public for this event. The date is Sunday, November 20th. There will be special sales, a silent auction, door prizes and other activities going on. A sign up sheet was put out for people who wanted to take some tickets to sell. 

          Judy Weidman said that she has a new hat style and also has jackets for us to choose from. She also has a Christmas ornament with CVMC etched on it. Cost of the ornament by itself is $8.50. The stand is $2.25. Total cost of ornament and stand would be $10.75. She is taking orders.




          Gordon Martin said that he has gotten the information from the Asphalt Angels Club. Their show is scheduled for February 10, 11 and 12th. They will need a picture of your car. We are scheduled for 10 cars. Please let Gordon know if you would like to put your car in.

          Kathy McWilliams said that she has heard from the Memorial Day parade folks in DC.  They want us back this year.  The Marines who rode with us last year want to ride again with us this year. She will have more details later.

          The drawings were held and Glen Ford won the 50/50 of $35.00. Glen is a new member to the club. It pays to come to the meetings. We now have 185 members. We had 56 in attendance tonight. 


New Member’s


Richard Allen, Steve Chapman, Frank Herbst


          Welcome! We at CVMC hope you will be a member for many years. CVMC has 180 members signed up for 2005.


Renewed Member’s
For 2006


Carroll Lipscombe, Kathy Morton, Daris Swepston, Renee Bennett, Will Heidel, Marc Crain, Ron Trepanier, Albert Shank, Wayne Schaaf, Dave Dempster, John Propst, Nick Rulli, Shawn McCafferty, Billy Dixon, Wayne Thurston, Lisa Brown, Ralph Eppard, Doug Smith, Donald Crook, Tony Masini, Harvey Smith, Charles Coryell, David Dye, Tim Anderson, David Lythgoe, Bill Braughton, Sonny Coble, Walter Harley, Bill Jarvis, Rick Jones, Llew Stakes, Mike Walker, Brenda Jones, Tom Lonetto, Larney Clark, William Penley, Richard Allen, Steve Chapman, Frank Herbst


          Thanks everyone for joining and coming back for another great CVMC year! CVMC has 36 signed up so far for 2006.


Dave’s Mustang Trivia Answers

By David Lythgoe


  1. Hardtop: $2461.46; Convertible: $2698.14; Fastback: $2592.17
  2. Black & White
  3. 1,175 GT350’s; 2,048 GT500’s; 1 GT500 Notchback; 1 GT500 Convertible


CVMC Guess the plate answer


Tony Hall – 2006 Vista Blue Mustang GT





Dec. 1st Brenda Boyd, Dec. 4th Eileen Jorgensen, Dec. 5th Lyn Williams, Dec. 7th Scott Phillips, Dec. 7th Glen Motto, Dec. 10th Steve Barley, Dec. 10th Betty Wiseman, Dec. 11th Rusty Wiseman, Dec. 11th Heidi Helbling, Dec. 11th Bruce Bennett, Dec. 11th James Bobrovsky, Dec. 13th James Modlin, Dec. 17th Phyllis Sims, Dec. 17th Bill McCauley, Dec. 18th Joan McGrath, Dec. 21st John Witt, Dec. 21st Gerald Novarro, Dec. 22nd Frances Brown, Dec. 23rd Manuel Nichols, Dec. 23rd Brianna Puffenbarger, Dec. 25th Brenda Jones, Dec. 25th Alexis Vanover, Dec. 26th Billy McDaniel, Dec. 28th Sandy Mitchell, Dec. 29th Faye Braughton, Dec. 29th Sandra Willis, Dec. 30th Kadie Puffenbarger, Dec. 31st Michael Roberson, Dec. 31st Cathy Bruno, Dec. 31st Chris Bennett


          Looks like we have a bunch of birthday Guys & Gals!



Happy Birthday and Many Happy Returns!


Upcoming Car Shows for December 2005


MCA Events


For more information on other MCA Car Shows and Events please visit the Mustang Club of America’s website at…


Non-MCA Events


December 4th, 2005

Mustang Club of Tidewater's Joy Fund Car Show

(1st Sunday in December) At Auto Zone, Virginia Beach Blvd, near Birdneck, Virginia Beach, Va.Registration 9:00 - noon, judging noon. $20.00 per vehicle Plus 2 cans of food (for Oasis Food Bank) – Info: Pete Brocato 757-340-0627


February 10th to the 12th, 2006

44th Annual Asphalt Angels Show

More info later. Club website:


For more information on other Non MCA Car Shows and Events please visit the Car Club Council of Central Virginia’s website at…





President: Tony Hall
Phone: 804-285-0759
Phone: 804-282-0592 (leave message)

Vice President: George Bobrovski
Phone: 804-794-0350

Secretary: Brenda Jones
Phone: 804 740-2096

Treasurer: Karen Lane
Phone: 1-800-379-5353

MCA National Director: Paul Oliver
Phone: 804-744-8016



Carroll Lipscombe
Phone: 804-329-5901

George Cosier
Phone: 804-271-2139

Dave Dickey
Phone: 804-730-1450

Don Lane

David Lythgoe
Phone: 804-781-0105

Bob Overbey
Phone: 804-272-3598

Rusty Wiseman
Phone: 804-357-6196

Jimmy Clements
Phone: 804-790-1115

Steve Coleman
Phone: 804-737-8558

Richard Jones
Phone: 804-740-2096


Newsletter Editor:
Tony Hall
Phone: 804-285-0759
Phone: 804-282-0592 (leave message)

Rusty Wiseman
Phone: 804-357-6196

Awards and Trophies:
George Bobrovski
Phone: 804- 794-0350

Club Merchandise:
Sharon Burke
Phone: 804-779-3400

Judith Weidman


Karen Lane
Phone: 1-800-379-5353

George Bobrovski
Phone: 804-794-0350

Llew Stakes
Phone: 262-5789
Email: Llew.Stakes@SSCOOP.COM

Cruises Ins:
Michael Cole
Phone: 804-639-1577

Track Events:
George Bobrovski

Show Chairperson:
Tony Hall
Phone: 804-285-0759
Phone: 804-282-0592 (leave message)

Assistant Show Chairperson:
Dave Dickey
Phone: 804-730-1450

Rick Nochta
Phone: 804-321-5383

Monthly Door Prizes:
Brenda Jones
Phone: 804-740-2096

Social Events:


Technical Advisors - 1st Generation Mustangs

Sonny Coble
Phone: 804-282-4932

Bill Jarvis
Phone: 804-262-2137

Carroll Lipscombe
Phone: 804-329-5901

Rick Nochta
Phone: 804-321-5383

Richard Jones
Phone: 804-740-2096



Club Sponsors
Present your club membership card at the following business to receive valuable discounts.

Mustang Bill's, Inc.
10% Discount when you present your CVMC Membership Card at the time of purchase.
Phone: 804-749-3673

H+M Performance
Phone: 804-358-7223
Contact Rusty Wiseman
Phone: 804-357-6196

For Discount Information

Mustang Restoration, Part's, Appraisal's,
MCA & SAAC Judging Experience.
Give Rick Nochta a call for all your Mustang needs!

Be sure to present you CVMC Membership Card for a 5% to 15% discount!

For all of your Hardwood Flooring needs give
Don Lane a call at!

1-800-379-5353 or

Be sure to present you CVMC Membership Card
for a $0.05 per Sq. Ft. discount!

Looking for a pristine Late Model Mustang or Saleen? Then give Mark a call!
Phone: 804-784-8851

Be sure to present you CVMC Membership Card for a club discount on their Dyno!
3 pull for $65.00

Richmond Ford

Phone: 804-358-5521

4600 West Broad St .
Richmond , Va. 23230

Be sure to present your CVMC Membership Card for a 22% Club Discount on parts in their parts department

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Hopewell, VA

First Class Towing
Lloyd Liggan

Seredni Tire & Auto
Northside 266-4955
Southside 232-4515
Mechanicsville 730-1440

Weaver Transmission
2406 Mechanicsville Pike

Advance Mobile Glass

Midas Muffler & Brake Shop
3700 Hull Street Road

C.P.'s Mufflers
3320 Mechanicsville Pike

Dockside Mobile Marine
Hanover Industrial Air Park

Capital Windshield Repair
Richmond Steve Fine

Air Conditioning Services
All Types
Mike O'Conner 743-8339
Kevin Kean 271-0771

W.B. & Son Auto Care & Detail
Detail Shop
Gary Sager 354-0980

Jeffe Locke
Professional Appraiser of Antique, Classic and Special Interest Vehicles. $50 a car when in group of four.

Carroll's Tree Service
10% discount to club members
Carroll McCauley

Beach Construction
Roof Contractor
Jimmy Beach 271-5225

Batteries Plus
10% discount to club members
10070 Midlothian Turnpike

Truck Outfitters
10% discount to club members
2025 Boulevard
Colonial Heights, VA

NAPA Genuine Auto Parts
Reference Cash Account #1918

Harold Sales
Kar Kraft & Mirror Glaze Products