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Normally, we try not to cover one story too much, especially one that is a marketing tool, but this one is just too good to pass up. We've previously told you about Roger Keeney, the man from Athens, GA that lost his sight twenty years ago and hasn't been able to drive since. As part of their 10 Unleashed program, Ford fulfilled Roger's dream to drive a new Mustang GT Convertible with Trans-Am champion Tommy Kendall, and documented the event with a series of videos.

We received a preview last month, and now Ford has released the second and third episodes showing Keeney actually getting behind the wheel. Keeney even dishes out some kindness of his own by convincing Ford to let some of his friends at the Arizona Center for the Blind drive the Mustang as well. Check out both episodes in the embedded videos after the jump.

[Source: Ford]

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      It's so great of Ford to do this. Kudos to them.
      • 5 Years Ago
      Tommy Kendall is certifiably crazy. Really cool dude.

      Kudos to FORD. Roger Keeney's laugh said it all.
      • 5 Years Ago
      Awesome that the guy was driving a stick. That's a real man.
      • 5 Years Ago
      What a bad ass ad campaign. And the perfect car to drive in. The vert gives you a better sense of speed if you can't see things moving.

      Way to go Ford.
      • 5 Years Ago
      Lie to him, tell him its a beautiful car.
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        It wouldn't be a lie a$$clown. That car is beautiful.
      • 5 Years Ago
      That's a joke right?
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      FORD - thank you for giving this experience to a group who sure appeared to appreciate it!
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      Win for Ford. I'm holding back tears right now. I'm so glad that other's can experience what we love so much about cars.
      • 5 Years Ago
      the thing sounds godly
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      The faces on those people was the look of pure and true happiness. I'll admit this video put a smile on my face. It's definitely something these people won't ever forget.
      • 5 Years Ago
      Good one Ford...

      That thing sure sounds good when it's wound out too...makes me wanna get a Mustang of my own again. 5.0 please.
        • 5 Years Ago
        FORD can only be described as AMAZING!!! Not only gave they created such a great marketing promotion...they also are fulfilling the dreams and fantasies of Mustang fans all around then world!

        I can't wait to see Chapter 3 of The '10 Unleashed!!! Drifting and POV...what could they so next?

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