Written by: Ford Racing, Oct. 03, 2013

2014 Orange Cobra JetLAS VEGAS – Last weekend at the Barrett-Jackson Auction Company’s Las Vegas sale, the 2014 Ford Mustang Cobra Jet prototype fetched $200,000. Ford Motor Company auctioned it at no reserve with proceeds benefitting the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. The organization assists those living with this unpredictable and often disabling disease of the central nervous system.
After spirited bidding that electrified the auction block, an anonymous bidder purchased the Cobra Jet. The winning bidder is not only the proud owner of the NHRA-legal vehicle, but they are now an honorary

2015 Mustang AuctionOn January 18, 2014 in Scottsdale, Arizona at the Barrett-Jackson auction the first retail production 2015 Ford Mustang GT auction lot# 3010 was sold.

Ford put this car up on the auction block to help raise money for the JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation). The hammer dropped and the Mustang was sold for $300,000.00 dollars which will be presented to the JDRF.

The winner will be able to choose the options of his new mustang by picking either automatic or manual transmission. Also they will get to pick the interior styling and color of the GT Mustang.

It's time to place your order for your new 2015 Mustang. The Ford dealers now have the order forms to start taking orders. Download the packaging guide and check out the new colors for 2015.

2015 Mustang Packaging Guide front

*Here is the Packaging Guide [Download] 

*Dealer Ordering Forms [Download]


The other day my family and I were driving down highway 23 down towards Malibu (California). When I was coming out of a curve I noticed a car catching up to us rapidly. The cars front end looked so familiar.

2015-Mustang-GT-near-malibu-ca 1I couldn't place

Well the hype is now over, LOL

The 2015 Mustangs are now arriving at your local Ford dealers. I just checked my local dealer "North County Ford" in Vista CA. and they have two shiny new Mustangs. One Red and one Black both are the GT Premiums and the "Net" prices are $43,795 each. To me that seems be a bit pricy, but we will have to see what they really sell for. I am sure as they become more available the price will come down a little bit.

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