2020 Shelby Mustang GT500 Venom Auctioned For Charity

By Dave Ashton

There’ s nothing can beat an one-off special edition to ignite the interest of any muscle vehicle fan. In this case Ford have created a 2020 Mustang Shelby GT500 with an exclusive paint job entitled, ‘ Venom. ’ The end objective of the car is to raise cash for the JDRF (formerly the Teen Diabetes Research Foundation) via a raffle. The foundation itself is set up to find a remedy for type 1 diabetes.

The raffle also has the second-place prize which consists of a good all-inclusive VIP race experience for 2 people at the 2020 NASCAR, Daytona. Tickets will be available for $10 every, with a maximum of 75, 000 offered. Considering many people are happy to purchase tickets for national lotteries and so on which go into the millions of tickets, the probabilities here are a lot better. Plus, when the tickets sell-out you will be happy understanding that $750, 000 has gone towards helping a worthwhile charity.

GT500 Venom image

As for the vehicle itself, it will probably be a factory spec. GT500 having an unique paint finish. That’ h one high-end pony car along with plenty of punch for the sake of $10.

Ford have supported JDRF in the past with the first 2020 GT500 being auctioned at Barrett Knutson. The winning bid fetched $1. 1 million.

Move fourth, buy a ticket, you know you would like to.

Find out details about the particular raffle here – https://p2p.onecause.com/jdrfgt500

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