You have a once-in-a-lifetime chance to own one of the 100 or so limited production 2007 Shelby GT500 convertibles in the world.
This magnificent classic car will be raffled off by the Diabetes Foundation (DFI) on Saturday, Feb. 28, when the name of one lucky recipient will be drawn in Atlantic City at the Annual Car Show and Auction. Only 2,000 tickets will be sold at price of $100 apiece.
The Shelby American, a performance variant of the Ford Mustang, was discontinued in 1970. The Shelby nameplate was revived by Ford in 2007 for a new high-performance version of its Mustang. This 2007 Shelby Super Snake convertible has 605 HP with a 6-speed short throw and less than 3,330 miles.
The Diabetes Foundation is a 501(3) corporation whose mission is to improve the care and quality of life for people with diabetes. DFI provides short-term diabetes medications and supplies to needy people with diabetes, supports services that offer information and resources for diabetes management and sends children with diabetes to summer camp.