Six-cylinder owners of the world, unite! That’s the cry from Rick Mitchell, who has created the Mustang Six Association, an organization “dedicated to preserving the history and promoting the future of ’65-’73 six-cylinder Mustangs.”
If Rick’s name sounds familiar, you may remember him from the 1966 Sprint 200 Registry, which he formed in 1983. It later evolved into the Early Six Mustang Registry for ’65-’66 six-cylinder Mustangs.
With the Mustang Six Association, Rick plans to publish a number of e-publications for members, including Sprint Print for ’66 Spring 200s, Six Classics for all other six-cylinder Mustangs, Mustang Six Interviews with owners and other individuals, Mustang Six Showcase photo essays, Mustang Six Blasts for news bulletins, and Mustang Six Treks about visits to shows. Rick also plans to develop a ’66 Sprint 200 Online Resource Library that members can access to learn about the Sprint 200, including history, identification, and detailing information for shows.
Members will receive the e-publications automatically. There is no membership fee, but as a member-driven organization, Rick does ask for a favorite six-cylinder Mustang story and other input for the newsletters. To join, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with a note about how you became associated with six-cylinder Mustangs.