My very first car was a 1967 Mustang with two tone pony interior. I loved that car and as an adult always wanted another one but a convertible this time.
We were in my Freestyle going past the dealership one Sunday and seen this Mustang in the lot. It looked sharp and my husband remarked now I like the looks of that one, so we stopped to get a closer look. When I walked up to it and seen it was a Breast Cancer Edition I had to have it. We went back to the next day and I told the salesman I wanted that Mustang. He remarked don’t you want to take it for a test drive? Oh Okay.
My mom died from Breast Cancer when I was a little girl so I am a supporter of Breast Cancer and do what I can to support them. I had found out that the only reason that car was on the lot was it was trained in for the Susan G Komen race that had taken place downtown. I am very proud of my car and plan on keeping it forever. Thank you Ford for making this beautiful car and supporting a great cause.