Mini-Mustangs auction

Mini-Mustangs auction  
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on 10/12/2007

Source: Ford

This year, Ford adds some flair to the Warriors in Pink campaign by enlisting celebrities to join them in the fight by decorating and signing mini Warriors in Pink mustangs. These 1/18th scale models of the recently launched 2008 Mustang with Warriors in Pink package will be auctioned off on from October 15 -25, 2007 with all proceeds benefiting Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Celebrities have joined the fight against this deadly disease by adding their own personal mark on the mini-Mustangs. For more information on the auction, please go to

Celebrities include:

- David Arquette
- Courteney Cox
- Kelly Clarkson
- Toby Keith
- Richard Simmons
- Cast of General Hospital
- Cast of Young & The Restless
- Cast of Grey's Anatomy
- Cast of Desperate Housewives
- Cast of Brothers and Sisters
- Laurie Force, wife of Legendary NHRA John Force, mother of Ashley, Brittany and Courtney
- Ashley Force, driver of the Castrol GTX Ford Mustang Funny Car
- Brittany Force, driver of the Brand Source Super Comp dragster
- Courtney Force, driver of the Brand Source Super Comp dragster

Embarking on its 13th year of support of Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Ford has dedicated more than $90 million in cash and in-kind donations to save lives and end breast cancer. The new 2008 Mustang with Warriors in Pink package and fashionable suite of 2007 Warriors in Pink apparel symbolize Ford’s powerful mission statement of ending breast cancer and making a difference against one of the biggest threats facing women's health today. Produced in a limited edition of 2,500 units, the new Mustang is a special addition to its Warriors in Pink collection.

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