7-Eleven Creates One-Off Ford Mustang With Custom Pizza Holder

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And you could win the only example.

The Ford Mustang GT is an icon of the American automotive landscape and one that is a prime candidate for modification and customization. It works great as a cop car too and is popular all over the world, but sometimes, it can be used as something other than a sports car. In the case of the one-off Ford Mustang 711, the pony car becomes a moving billboard and a mobile pizza holder. The creation comes from the 7-Eleven convenience store chain and was created in collaboration with Galpin Auto Sports, a tuner that has a lot of experience with the Mustang platform.

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The body of the car is white but has been enhanced with a partial vinyl wrap that features the colors of the 7-Eleven brand. In addition, it gets a red underglow system that is intended to remind you of the glow of a 7-Eleven sign at night. In our minds, the first thought that comes up is the Fast & Furious franchise, but let's move on. A less obvious change to the car is the deletion of the Mustang logo in favor of a new badge depicting an owl. This is claimed to reference the fact that a 7-Eleven store is a typical hangout for nocturnal types.

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Inside, the seats have been customized with 7-Eleven colors while the shift knob has been replaced by a bizarre piece that is meant to mimic a Slurpee drink. If you win this car, ensure you park it in the shade at all times; that knob will have you inventing expletives if you touch it on a hot day. Behind this knob sits a pair of cupholders, with one of these now replaced by a triangular accessory that allows you to hold a slice of pizza without making a mess of your leather. The final change is the addition of an air freshener that is meant to smell like the convenience store's OG To-Go Coffee.

"We know our customers have an affinity towards car culture, so building a one-of-a-kind car inspired by our most iconic products was a no-brainer," said 7-Eleven Executive VP Marissa Jarratt.

If you're keen on snagging this strange 'Stang, you can enter via the chain's social media outlets or by purchasing certain items in-store before May 25.

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