Proceeds from the car went to the Austin Hatcher Foundation, an organization that fights pediatric cancer. The eight top winner was the 2014 Ford Mustang Cobra Jet Prototype we raved about earlier, which sold for $200,000. The money from that pony car will go to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. A 1967 Shelby GT500E Convertible raked in $242,000 at the sixth annual Barrett-Jackson Las Vegas auction to take the number sixth spot among the top ten cars sold.
The 2012 “Wounded Warriors” Shelby GT500 “Super Snake,” which reported on earlier this week, took the number two spot on the top ten list. It pulled down a whopping $500,000 to support American troops and their families. It all is just another indication that regardless of how many you see, America never gets tired of Mustangs.
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