Ford Mustang Goes Pink for Charity

“When a carmaker decides to paint one of its cars pink, it can only mean one thing... charity”. This is what we told you two days ago when we saw the pink Rolls-Royce Ghost FAB1 and it’s exactly what we need to reiterate thanks to a Canadian Ford dealer.
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Over the Pond, far far away from Rolls-Royce’s plant in Goodwood, England, a Ford dealer decided to put a pink 2013 Ford Mustang up for sale to raise funds for breast cancer research. Well, it’s not exactly pink as it is pinkish... but you get the drift...

The white Mustang with pink wheels, pink-striped hood and pink... unicorns horses on the doors was painted by a Canadian Ford dealer in St.Catherines, Ontario, hoping that the unusual vehicle will appeal to those who want to support breast cancer research.

The V6-powered pink over white Mustang will not be auctioned, but Ontario’s Ed Learn Ford will donate $1,000 to the Canadian Breast Cancer Research Foundation as soon as a customer jumps in to buy the musclecar. We know this is a noble gesture, but who would want to ride around in a pinked up Mustang?

Story via StangTV
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