This NASCAR Legend Has Donated This One-Off Mustang For Charity


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If you've ever heard of NASCAR, then you know who Richard Petty is. "The King" is renowned for winning the NASCAR Championship seven times and now even has his own shop, as well as a museum. The racing legend has donated a special-built 2015 Ford Mustang, which features customizations by Petty-garage for auction. The entire proceedings from the vehicle will benefit the Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA) non-profit organization. Even if you're not a fan of American culture or NASCAR, this special Mustang is a sight to behold.

Petty's Garage

This special Mustang features Petty's infamous blue color combination made famous by his Plymouth Superbird. Petty's garage signature rear spoiler, as well as three-piece HRE VMC forge aluminum wheels complement the two-tone Petty Blue and black paint job. Besides having an eye-catching exterior, the Mustang also features performance parts that make the coupe much faster. The Mustang has been fitted with a Roush TVS 2300 Supercharger with a cold-air intake and Magnaflow exhaust. The vehicle also comes with Petty-branded "Big Brake Kit" Willwood brakes and Petty's garage front and rear coil-overs. The car is going on sale without reserve with Mecum Auctions at its Dallas Auction, from September 16-19.

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