Through Omaze’s charity organization, someone will benefit from winning a 1967 Mustang, a rare Mustang 2+2 Fastback, hand-built by Fusion Motor Company. The car is part of Omaze’s partnership with Charities Aid Foundation America (CAFA), a U.S. 501(c)(3) tax-exempt public charity, and a donation entry to win “Eleanor” will ultimately benefit the Represent Justice Fund.
The Represent Justice Fund, which was created to support and build capacity for criminal justice reform organizations, system-impacted advocates, and protect the health and safety of incarcerated communities, who are at greater risk because of COVID-19.
Remember the iconic chase from Gone in 60 Seconds? Wish you could own a car like that? Now you can—because you’ve just scored a custom 1967 Ford Mustang “Eleanor” inspired by the movie. Only a few car builders are officially authorized to re-create this amazing car, which makes your new ride not only cool, but rare. You’ll receive a certificate of authenticity, have the infotainment screen customized with your name and score $20,000 just for fun… but please no car heists.
- Seating for 4
- Transmission: Automatic
- Engine: Roush 5.0 Supercharged Coyote V8
- Drivetrain: RWD, 9” Currie rear differential with positraction and 3.89:1 gearing
- Exterior Color: Pepper Grey with Black Stripes
- Interior Color: Black
- Maximum Horsepower: 600 HP
- Maximum Torque: 475 lb-ft
- MSRP (Car + Cash): $245,000
- Cash Alt: $183,750
- Special Features: Certificate of authenticity, NOS tank with “Go-Baby-Go” button, 17” wheels with super wide 315 rear tires, 13” 4-Piston Wilwood Disc Brakes, full black leather interior with carbon fiber trim, RECARO bucket seats, power windows and locks, premium Alpine and JL Audio sound system with navigation, AC and heat, carbon fiber hood and front body moldings
The deadline to enter is September 22, 2020 at 11:59pm PT and they will announce the winner on or around October 7, 2020. Within 10 business days of the campaign deadline, Omaze will use an automated random drawing process to draw the potential winner for “Eleanor.” A confirmation process, which may include a background check, will then take place to ensure the potential winner meets the legal standards required.