Green Country Classic Mustangs (GCCM) traces its roots to 1979 when a group of mustang enthusiasts met for breakfast at Denny’s in east Tulsa on Saturday mornings. The group’s original intent was to share ideas, parts, and knowledge on the restoration and maintenance of classic mustangs. As interest grew and more people attended the breakfasts, the idea of forming a club for the restoration and preservation of the Ford Mustang developed.
In June 1979, GCCM was created to meet the needs of the growing fan base of Ford’s pony car. The first meetings were held at the Martin Regional Library in east Tulsa. Soon the library was not large enough for the meetings, and they were moved to the Furrs Cafeteria at 41st and Garnett.
In September 1980, GCCM held its first annual show at South Roads Mall in Tulsa. The success of that show led to our annual Round-Up show.
In 1987 GCCM embarked on its first-ever National Mustang show held on the IPE building's upper level located at the Tulsa county fairgrounds. The show was very successful with over 600 cars attending.
Since the beginning, GCCM continues to grow and help serve our community through local charities and events.
Attend a meeting to learn more about us.