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The Ford Mustang Mach-E inspired by female pilots will be auctioned off to provide young women more access to a career in the aviation industry.

29 Jul 2021 | International News : U.S.A

Ford has unveiled a Mustang Mach-e with a custom paintjob, in honor of the humble sacrifices of the U.S.A's Women Airforce Service Pilots and the planes they piloted during World War II.

The custom car will be auctioned at the 2021 Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) AirVenture air show in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, U.S.A. Proceeds from the auction will support EAA's initiative to provide young women and underserved youths more access to a career in the aviation industry.

Designed by Ford, this special Mustang Mach-E features a custom paint scheme with military badging inspired by the war planes flown by volunteers. Badges include the U.S.A Army Airforce Star on both sides, wings logo on hood and fender, and the number '38' on the front fascia, rear bumper, and inside the cabin to honour the 38 volunteers who died in service to their country.

Ford has supported AirVenture for more than two decades and has donated 12 custom, aviation-themed performance vehicles, raising a total of more than $5.4 million. This is the first time Ford has donated an all-electric vehicle.

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