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1964th Ford Mustang 50 Year Limited Edition headed for Barret-Jackson auction

Ford Mustang 50 Year Limited Edition.
Ford Mustang 50 Year Limited Edition.
Ford

Ford Motor Company will be auctioning off the 1964th Ford Mustang 50 Year Limited Edition this September at the Barret-Jackson auction in Las Vegas, Nevada. This will be last in the series of these special edition Mustangs to be produced. The auction celebrates 50 years of Ford’s iconic pony car and symbolizes the first year that the Mustang was built, 1964.

The last Ford Mustang 50 Year Limited Edition is headed for the auction block this September at the Barret-Jackson auction in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The last Ford Mustang 50 Year Limited Edition is headed for the auction block this September at the Barret-Jackson auction in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Ford

Alongside the Ford Mustang 50 Year Limited Edition the lucky new owner will also receive a VIP package including airfare, hotel accommodations and two tickets to the Ford EcoBoost 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup on November 16th at the Homestead-Miami Speedway.

Not to mention the auction will be going towards a great cause as proceeds gathered from the auction will go to benefit the Ford Heart & Vascular Institute, a leader in comprehensive cardiovascular care, research and education.

The 50 Year Limited Edition builds upon the new 2015 Ford Mustang GT fastback with a 5.0-liter V8 engine delivering more than 420 horsepower and 390 lb/ft of torque. This special edition Mustang also comes with 19 inch alloy wheels and six piston Brembo front brake calipers. Special attention is also paid to the interior with cashmere stitched, leather wrapped steering wheel. The stitching is also used on the instrument panel, shifter boot, center armrest, door inserts and seats. The seats feature exclusive two-tone cashmere and black leather upholstery, and the Mustang 50 Year logo on the seat backs.

Source: Ford

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