Custom Ford Mustang honoring America's WW II Eagle Squadrons to be auctioned for charity

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    The Ford Mustang may have been named after an American fighter plane, but now there’s one disguised as a British Spitfire that was built to honor U.S. vets from World War II.

    The Eagle Squadron Mustang GT is a one-off creation that will be auctioned to raise money for the Experimental Aircraft Association’s youth aviation education programs at the upcoming AirVenture event in Oshkosh, Wis., on July 26. Ford has been donating custom cars with an aeronautical theme to the cause for the past decade.

    Source: foxnews

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