2015 Ford Mustang Auction
Charity auctions are a win/win for everyone involved. Not only does someone win a fantastic prize, but all the money goes to a good cause. Last week Ford auctioned off a customized 2015 Ford Mustang GT. The Ford Motor company worked with Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) to create a one of a kind Ford Mustang. The money went to the EAA’s Young Eagles program. The 2015 Ford Mustang auction was a great addition to the EAA festivities.
The Ford Motor Company has a longstanding partnership with EAA and it plays a big role in the annual event that is considered the World’s Greatest Aviation Celebration. They decided that an auction would be a way to help raise money but the vehicle might also influence future Mustang models. This customized Mustang is deck out from the paint job to the special features. The paint scheme is inspired from the Lockheed Martin F35 Lightning II fighter jet. It has a black and yellow logo wrapping around the trail of the car and a matte stripe running down the middle of the car. It also has yellow tinted windows, yellow mirror caps, yellow brake calipers and other unique trim aspects.
The interior is also different than the average Mustang. It has decorated Recaro race seats, unique floor mats, embroidered F35 logos in the doors and the black/yellow theme continues throughout. This is the seventh year that Ford has auctioned a vehicle at the EAA celebration in Oshkosh WI. Over the past six years they have helped raise $2.5 million for the Young Eagles program. This organization helps welcome young people into the world of aviation.
Ford is huge supporter and sponsor of EAA and it’s exciting to see what they come up with each year. To celebrate a company that celebrates EAA stop by Sanders Ford today. Schedule a test drive in the 2014 Ford Mustang or other new Ford vehicles.