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[03/29/2007] Ford to reveal new Mustang in Palm Beach


Ford and Carroll Shelby are at it again. And, the question is what will this new Mustang be like? The rumor is something special. Only 500 of these ponies will be built. The first one, #001, is going to be unveiled on TV live during the Barrettt-Jackson Auction to be aired on SPEED TV. There will be no reserve on this prize, and the proceeds will go to benefit the Carroll Shelby Children''s Foundation. Unfortunately, we all have to wait in anticipation for a few more days.

WHO:

Ford Motor Company and Barrett-Jackson Auction Co.

WHAT:

Mark Fields and Carroll Shelby will unveil a new limited edition Ford Mustang live on SPEED TV at the Barrett-Jackson Auction. Serial #001 will be sold at No Reserve by Barrett-Jackson Auction.

WHEN:

Saturday, March 31, 2007, 6 – 8 p.m. EST

WHERE:

West Palm Beach, Fla., South Florida Expo Center

SIGNIFICANCE:

For the first time in the history of the companies, a new car will be unveiled live on TV to the public during the auction. Only 500 production cars will be built and proceeds from the sale of #001 will benefit the Carroll Shelby Children’s Foundation.

SOURCE: Ford Motor Company

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