HOT WHEELS: The Mustang Owners' Club Queensland at the Dalby Coffee Club.
HOT WHEELS: The Mustang Owners' Club Queensland at the Dalby Coffee Club. Sophie Volker

Mustang Sally took to the streets

IT WAS hot wheels galore at the Dalby Coffee Club on Friday afternoon when around 50 members of the Mustang Owners' Club Queensland stopped for a coffee on their way to the Chinchilla Melon Festival.

Around 20 vintage mustangs were lined up along Archibald St in a fabulous display.

Secretary of the Mustang Owners' Club Queensland, Ms Marice Saunders, said the club was comprised of members from all over Queensland.

"There are about 400 of us in total and we have some members from the Gold Coast, Brisbane, and lots of rural Queenslanders,” said Ms Saunders.

"We meet once every month and occasionally have these special events like today is; we're heading out to the Melon Festival.

"We just get together because we really love driving mustangs.”

Dalby Coffee Club owner John Hall said it was great to have the club stop by for a visit.

"It's good to have them here because they spend a bit of money in the town, but it also gives the people of Dalby something exciting to see,” Mr Hall said.

"It's just something a bit fun and different.”


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