That's what I did in my first Mustang club. The powers that be said that they'ed tried a show once and it was a failure. A couple of club members and I planned and put on a club Mustang show and it's still going strong 20 years later. One of the Mustang events of the year in the Bay Area. I left the club a long time ago, but I regard that show as something to mark my having been there.
My then 17 year old son got me into the vintage car world when he bought a '69 Mustang SportsRoof in 1994 that a P.O. had tried to convert into a Mach 1. He and I worked on the car together on a regular basis and he actually became pretty competent with a box of tools. We began to bicker over what to do next with the fastback so my wife suggested I buy a toy of my own. While looking for a suitable SportsRoof, GT or Mach 1, I came across a standard '69 convertible. Even though I really wanted a fastback, I settled for a vert. That was in 1998. I still have the vert and it has won 32 awards in local and regional Mustang shows. My 44 year old son is working on his SportsRoof in my driveway as I write. We both love these old cars. I wish I had a SportsRoof too, though.