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Tickford Builds One Special Ford Mustang To Raise Money For Cancer Research

One very special, unique Ford Mustang GT tweaked by Australian tuning firm Tickford is being raffled off to help the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness & Research Center. The Mustang has been only mildly upgraded from its factory configuration, making do with a stock powerplant, but the car abounds with bespoke aesthetic changes.

Case in point: this Tickford Ford Mustang is shod in a special “Olivia Green” hue from PPG, and graced with a pair of thick, black vinyl racing stripes that create the Olivia logo on the hood. It also boasts blacked-out wing mirrors and badging, and rolls on large-diameter Tickford wheels. Inside, the cabin wears a distinctive black-and-green leather theme with Tickford logos on the seat backs and center console.

Performance hasn’t been left untouched, mind you. It benefits from a Tickford sport suspension system, an upgraded exhaust, and an ECU tune. What that means in power and torque numbers hasn’t been revealed.

This one-of-a-kind Tickford Ford Mustang, made possible with support from Bayford Ford in Victoria, Australia, is valued at over $129,000 AU (more than $97k US). Tickets are $20 apiece, and even if you should leave empty-handed, the proceeds go to a good cause.

(Source: / Bayford Ford)

Aaron Brzozowski is a writer and motoring enthusiast from Detroit with an affinity for '80s German steel. He is not active on the Twitter these days, but you may send him a courier pigeon.

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