“Need for Speed” Mustang to be auctioned off


BOURBONNAIS, IL – The movie “Need for Speed,” starring Aaron Paul, has been in theaters since March 14. A custom 2014 Ford Mustang GT starring in the new movie, will be auctioned off for charity by Ford Motor Company at the Barrett-Jackson Palm Beach auction on April 12.
The Mustang will be auctioned at no reserve, with the proceeds benefiting the Henry Ford Health System, a not-for-profit group founded by Henry Ford to improve the health and well-being of a diverse community.

“Need for Speed” is the latest of more than 3,200 film and television appearances for Mustang over the past 50 years. The Mustang being auctioned is one of a handful developed purely for the movie to appear on the silver screen and at promotional stops.Need for Speed Movie

“The new owner of this particular Mustang will take home a rare vehicle, and their bid will increase access to critical health care services.”
For more information on the charity that the auction will be benefiting you can visit http://www.henryford.com. Founded in 1915, the Henry Ford Health System provides health insurance and health-care delivery, including acute-, specialty-, and primary- and preventative-care services, backed by excellence in research and education.

If you’d like to check out the Ford Mustangs that we have currently on the lot, stop by your Bourbonnais area Ford dealership! We have a great selection of New Ford Cars, New Ford Trucks, and Pre-owned Cars for sale – all of which have great technology features! So stop on by and let us help you into a vehicle you’ll love.
Visit our Website: Court Street Ford


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