Shelby Mustang sells for $1.1M at auction to benefit charity

A 2020 Mustang Shelby GT500 sold for $1.1 million at an auction over the weekend. 

Ford auctioned the vehicle with vehicle identification number 001, with all proceeds to benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, at the Barrett-Jackson auction in Arizona. 

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The winning bidder was auction chairman Craig Jackson, an avid Mustang collector, Fox News reported

It is the second-highest price a Mustang has sold for at auction, behind a $2.2 million experimental Shelby GT500 Super Snake, Fox News reported

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