We've only got a handful of 1st Gens in the club (I need to look at the line-up from our show last year to get the exact number), 7 or 8 off hand. Only 1 2nd Gen that I can think of (new member for a few months, but didn't partake in the cruise). Had a few new people at the cruise, and a '79 Pace Car that I've never seen before.
But, it's all Mustang, so it's all good. I'd like to see more 1st and 2nd Gens, but that's just me.
Same here. I think we're actually up to something like 150 "paid" members (only $15/yr).
When I started going about 5 years ago it was 25 first gen owners and around 50 "newer" cars (mostly late model.)
Now, it's gotten to where there's only about 10 first gens and all the rest mostly late model.
The positive is that we have a lot of guys that still love Mustangs and a new generation is driving them, the bad is that it's all but killed our monthly charity cruise in. We're getting a lot of club participation, but all the classic car guys roll up and see 60 late model mustangs and find another show to go to (there is a ton of competition for monthly cruise ins around here, it's great!) . Our 2016 numbers were way down over 2014/15.
To be honest, I have little interest in the new ones as well. I now spend most of my time with my truck club, it's mostly classics.
I found out my car has a DSO 95 (found the build sheet) but can't find jack squat past that... did it really ever make it over seas? Where did it go, how long was it there, who brought it back