For automotive collectors, getting the first model of a newly built hot car should be the best feeling in the world. However, if you plan to take VIN 001 from the recently launched Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 in 2020, we do not like breaking the news for you, but that is no longer possible. were auctioned for $ 1.1 million. Even better, this is a good cause, as all revenue will go to JDRF, the world's leading organization that finances a type 1 diabetes research, trying to find a drug that is also one of the Ford-supported charities. The first 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 “/>
The winner of the auction is Craig Jackson, Barrett-Jackson's chairman and CEO. The automotive auction won the auction in its own courtyard of the Barrett-Jackson Collector's Car Dealer in Scottsdale. Talk about the advantage of the home. As a winner, Jackson can choose from the available colors and options for the desired initial production of the Shelby GT500. "The chance to become the owner of the first Ford Shelby GT500 cars in 2020 is a lifetime opportunity," said Joe. Hinrichs, Ford's president, global operations. "More importantly, participating in helping to raise the necessary resources and awareness of the JDRF is a big win for everyone." power Mustang Shelby GT500 in the auction block. VIN 001 is sold at "no reserve," meaning the highest price is sold at the auction.
For 35 years Ford Motor Company has been fueling the efforts of JDRF researchers to find a cure while helping millions of children enjoy a better life, "said Edsse B. Ford II. "The proceeds from this car will add to more than $ 3.5 million, which Ford contributes to the JDRF annually, for a total of $ 70 million donated through our longstanding partnership."