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Car and Driver: Ford Channels P-51D “Ole Yeller” Show Plane with Latest Aircraft-Inspired Mustang

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Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 Ole Yeller

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Ford’s now annual ritual of creating an aircraft-inspired one-off Mustang to auction for charity at the Oshkosh, Wisconsin, AirVenture show continues. The latest ’Stang is modeled after Ole Yeller, the P-51 Mustang stunt plane piloted by Bob Hoover—not the dog that dies at the end of the eponymous movie.
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Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 Ole Yeller

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Hoover’s plane sports a bright yellow paint job with green lettering, and it perhaps isn’t the prettiest palette Ford could have pulled from in creating its one-off Mustang. Starting with a yellow Shelby GT350, Ford fitted bright green neon underbody lighting, green-tinted window glass, and a tall and—you guessed it—green-accented wing. It’s all a bit much, but there’s no denying the visual connection to the Ole Yeller plane. Last year’s Mustang Apollo edition and 2012’s Red Tails Mustang were far more attractive.

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There are more successful elements of the car, including the black-painted Forgiato wheels, 3D Carbon body kit, Recaro seats, and the GT350’s standard six-speed manual transmission. Looks aside, the Mustang will be auctioned off to support a good cause—in this case, EAA youth education—and previously auctioned aero-themed Mustangs have raised a total of $3 million for charity.

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