One of the most interesting modifications of the Ford Mustang oil car is the Iacocca Silver Edition, which was released in 2009 in honor of the 45th anniversary of the model and its creator, Lee Iacocca. Now one of the copies of the special version is put up for auction. Ford Mustang Iacocca Silver Edition has a special exterior design. The design of this model was engaged in Michael Leone, for whose authorship Mustang Eleanor, widely known for the film “Gone in 60 seconds”. With the filing of Michael Leone, the Iacocca Silver Edition has a more rapid look. The car has “flooded” lights, stubs instead of windows in the rear pillars and 20-inch wheels with Goodyear Eagle tires. For interior decoration, it uses black leather with a diamond-shaped stitch. Plus in the compartment of the coupe, you can see the logos and tablets with the name of the special version. At one time, only 45 copies of this Mustang were produced, and now one of them (the 20th in a row) will be sold at a special event in West Palm Beach, South Florida, which will be held from 12 to 15 April 2018. The car put up for sale has a run of 804 km and is in excellent condition. Under its hood is a 4.6-liter V8 with a supercharger. Combined in conjunction with a five-speed mechanics, the motor develops 400 hp. Approximate cost of the machine is not called.