THE CAPE CLASSIC CAR RAFFLE IS HERE!
AN EXCELLENT CAUSE; All proceeds, less prizes and expenses benefit C.A.P.E., a nonprofit organization.
The Center for Advancement and Personal Empowerment is excited to celebrate the 22nd Anniversary of the CCDC by offering you the chance to win this rare 1966 Mustang 2+2 Fastback. For only 50$ you have the opportunity to take home your very own piece of history.
Your donation not only enters you into our Classic Car Drawing to win this timeless classic, but also provides a “hand up” for people seeking positive direction in their lives.
So go ahead, enter for your chance to win, all while lending a helping hand to a great cause. You may just end up creating a hero story of your own!
For more information about the CAPE Organization, visit www.CapeCenter.org.
- Candy Apple Red
- Original V-8 engine
- Power steering & breaks
- Air conditioning
- C-4 Automatic Transmission
- Professionally Restored
- New Interior
- Rebuilt Drive Train
$50 - 1 Ticket
$150 - 4 Ticket
$350 - 10 Ticket
Only 4,000 tickets sold!
Drawing Date: When all tickets have been sold.
Winner need not be present to win.
For a complete list of rules please visit:
www.capecenter.org or call 804-859-1846 for more information.
1966 Ford Mustang Fastback 2+2 is in excellent condition.
Beautiful restored Candy apple Red paint and red & white vinyl interior with Black aluminum alloy wheels and low profile radial tires give this Mustang looks to kill!
Powered by the original C code 289 CID V8 and C4 automatic transmission which puts out 200 horsepower.
This particular car has original has its original 2+2 engine, is in showroom condition, and has air conditioning which is very rare for that model.
The odometer reads 49,042 which is believed to be actual mileage, and is claimed as actual on the title.
High performance radial tires,
Aluminum alloy wheels,
Fold down rear seat,
These Fastbacks in this condition don't sit around long, so don't hesitate! Located in Atlanta GA, can be reached for additional information at 804-859-1846.