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Teen Cancer Survivor Is Gifted A Customized Mustang

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Teen Cancer Survivor Is Gifted A Customized Mustang
Teen Cancer Survivor Is Gifted A Customized Mustang

While many teenagers would do any number of things to get a new, customized Ford Mustang, one cancer survivor in Florida had that wish come true. Thanks to the Make A Wish Foundation, she’s riding in style for her final days at high school and has a car to see her through college.

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Mikita Bailey, 17-years-old from Venice, Florida received her customized pony car with a 10 Tampa Bay camera crew filming the event. She seemed giddy upon firing up the engine, perhaps realizing what once seemed like a dream had become reality.

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The plan is for Bailey to take her new Mustang to an upcoming car show to let others be wowed by the purple exterior, special lighting, and other mods. It’s definitely a cool ride, especially for someone who isn’t even legally an adult yet.

And this helps prove our point that kids do still like cool cars, it’s just that most can’t afford them these days. We bet plenty more would go for something like this if they had the chance and would be on cloud nine.