seem to go hand-in-hand, especially special edition Mustangs. We just told you about the one-off Roush BlackJack Mustang convertible
that will be going across the block, and there was the pair of bitchin' OCC Eleanor GT500 E Mustangs
that set Westworld rockin' in January, only to be topped by the pair of black Bosses
a little while later. And who can forget the other Shelby specials that have brought outrageous amounts for the right to get car number one? The first GT500
went for $600,000 last year. The first Shelby GT
matched it. In all fairness, those bids were more about giving to Carroll's charity than getting the car itself, as good as those 'Stangs might be.
And now we get word that Ford
is going to do it again. It plans to debut a new Mustang special edition at the upcoming Barrett-Jackson Auction in Palm Beach this weekend. The only details we have right now are that the car will be limited to just 500 copies and that the rights to car number one will likely bring a huge number for the Carroll Shelby Children's Foundation. We're guessing it will be a Shelby GT convertible, but wouldn't be surprised to see a Boss 302, Mach 1, Bullitt or even a GT350 roll across the stage on Saturday. Any predictions?
[Source: Mustang Evolution]