First State Mustang Club was started by Jeniene Barker in 1982. At that time, it was just a Mustang club meeting in a garage. Along with the first official member, Dick Steininger, also a member of the Brandywine Motorsports Club, it was off to a good start. The Club became a sanctioned member of the Mustang Club of America and also became incorporated. The Club survived as a Mustang-only organization until the early nineties when membership numbers suffered. Rick Langshaw, who was president at the time, added Fords to the membership and the Club was reborn and thriving again as the First State Mustang and Ford Club.