You have a chance to own a cherry red example of America's most iconic sportscar this Friday. A 1965 Ford Mustang is being raffled off to benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Nampa.
The Ford Mustang will soon be the only car Ford makes. And when you see an early model, you understand why.
"This is a 1965 Ford Mustang with a high performance Windsor 351 v-8 engine with hooker headers." says John Anderson, board member for the Club.
The Mustang is the most iconic sports car in US history and the Boys and Girls Club model is just a year off the original. For just a hundred dollar raffle ticket, it can be yours.
"This is the main fundraiser for the Boys and Girls Club of Nampa and it helps us keep our fees low to 25 dollars a year per child and the fundraiser gets the rest by this raffle car." says club CEO, Melissa Gentry.
And this roaring red beast is a big reason why they're able to continue that effort. Tickets to that are 100 dollars a plate to benefit Boys and Girls. Only 15 hundred tickets will be sold.