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Blue Angels Mustang sells at auction for $400,000

By - July 29, 2011 – 8:32 am3 Comments | 7,586 views

Blue Angels Ford Mustang

EAA AirVenture and Ford have raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for charity in the past few years by selling one-off Mustangs to the highest bidder, and this year was no exception with yesterday’s auction of the Blue Angels Mustang. The car commanded a high bid of $400,000, playing a large part of the $2.2 million dollars raised at the charity event. The winner also received a Blue Angels flight helmet signed by the current flight team.

Built to celebrate 100 years of U.S. Navy aviation, the Blue Angels Mustang features a unique blue chrome paint job from Creations n’ Chrome along with hand-painted graphics. The car also features numerous Ford Racing performance upgrades including a supercharger system, Brembo brakes, handling pack and exhaust system, and the interior follows a Blue Angels theme as well with custom Recaro seats, gauges, floor mats and rear seat delete.

Exterior Features:

  • Creations ‘n Chrome custom blue chrome paint
  • Hand-painted stripes and graphics
  • Boss 302 front fascia
  • Custom rear wing
  • Custom faux gas cap
  • HRE 590RS wheels

Interior Features:

  • Custom Recaro leather and Alcantara seats with yellow stripes and stitching
  • Alcantara steering wheel with yellow stitching
  • Yellow stitching on door panel
  • Ford Racing dash-mounted triple gauges
  • Ford Racing start button
  • Custom Blue Angels floor mats
  • Custom Blue Angels gauges
  • Seat belts with dual yellow stripes
  • Boss 302 Laguna Seca rear seat delete painted yellow

Performance Features:

  • Ford Racing supercharger system
  • Ford Racing handling pack
  • Brembo front brakes
  • Ford Racing exhaust system
  • Ford Racing front brake ducts

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