/One-Off Ford Mustang 50 Years Convertible to be Raffled for Charity

One-Off Ford Mustang 50 Years Convertible to be Raffled for Charity

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The 50 Years Edition is a limited series of the new Ford Mustang GT Coupe that marks the 50th anniversary of the car’s production. Now Ford announced they are making just one convertible version of the Mustang 50 Years, and it will be raffled in support of multiple sclerosis (MS) research.

This Ford Mustang 50 Years Convertible will be only car of its kind and comes with special specs, including Wimbledon White exterior paint, chrome accents front and rear, Axle spin-finish aluminum instrument panel, rear deck-lid spoiler, and special 50 Years badging.

Inside, the car features two-tone cashmere and black leather seats with contrasting cashmere stitching on instrument panel, steering wheel, shift boot, door inserts and seats. Posh floor mats with cashmere stitching and suede binding are also included. The coolest feature of this Mustang is a plaque with serial number 0001 of 0001 written on it.

As for the technicalities, Ford Mustang 50 Years Convertible is a GT which means it is powered by a 5.0-liter V8 generating more than 420 horsepower and more than 390 lb.-ft. of torque, paired with a six-speed manual transmission. It also gets 19-inch Pirelli P-Zero summer tires, Brembo six-piston painted front brake calipers and a limited-slip differential.

This is probably the first time that buying lottery tickets is not a complete waste of money. Even if you don’t win the car, you are still a winner because you’ve contributed to a good cause. A limited number of raffle tickets are on sale now and can be purchased through National MS Society, Michigan Chapter and Ford Motor Company, while supplies last. Tickets are $20 each. The winner will be announced at the Woodward Dream Cruise 2014.


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