An online charity auction under way includes an extremely limited-edition Ford Mustang that once belonged to Lee Iacocca, the former Ford and Chrysler executive and a principal architect of the muscle-car movement. Bundled with the Iacocca Silver 45th Anniversary Edition Mustang is a feature as novel as the vehicle itself: a Los Angeles lunch with Mr. Iacocca.
In an e-mail, Mr. Iacocca said that he donated the limited-edition car to Keep Memory Alive, a foundation that supports research into disorders that affect memory, because he “wanted to support something that should never be a ‘limited edition’: brain health.” All proceeds from the Web sale, which concludes on Feb. 23, benefit the foundation.
Mr. Iacocca with the first Silver 45th Anniversary Edition Ford Mustang chassis ever produced, in 2009.
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