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Lot # ST0075.1
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2006 Ford

Fusion "Car of Tomorrow"

Auction:
2019 July
Run Day:
Saturday
Year
2006
Make
Ford
Model
Fusion
Body Color
Red/Yellow

Charity Vehicle


Vehicle Highlights
  • Bill of Sale Only
  • Proceeds from the Sale of this One-of-a-Kind Vehicle will go to Support the Massive Restoration and Reinterpretation of Fair Lane, the Historic Home of Ford Motor Company Founder Henry Ford and His Wife Clara
  • Authentic Replica of the Ford Fusion No.22 Driven to Victory by Joey Logano at the Ford EcoBoost 400 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup in Homestead, Florida on November 19, 2018
  • Team Penske Secured the Owner's Championship and Ford Motor Company Claimed the Manufacturers' Championship Title
  • This Remarkable Vehicle was Produced by Ford Motor Company and Signed by Joey Logano
  • Equipped with a V8 Ford Racing Engine
  • Fuel Injected with 7.5" Clutch
  • 4-Speed Racing Transmission
  • Delivers in Excess of 600 Horsepower
  • Official NASCAR Gear Including Joey's Overalls, Helmet & Shoes Signed by Joey Logano will be Included with Vehicle (these items are not the actual items worn during the Homestead race)
  • During a Visit to the White House in April, the President Called the No.22 Fusion NASCAR Champion "One Beautiful Car" and Welcomed Logano and Team Owner, Roger Penske.
  • Logano Continued His Winning Way at Michigan International Speedway on June 10, 2019 When He Dominated Monday and Then Held Off the Field in Overtime to Win for the 23rd Time in his Cup Series Career and the Third Time at MIS.

Proceeds from the sale of this one-of-a-kind vehicle will go to support the massive restoration and reinterpretation of Fair Lane, the historic home of Ford Motor Company founder Henry Ford and his wife Clara. The Henry Ford Estate, Fair Lane, was the beloved home of Clara and Henry Ford. It was here that this iconic American couple changed our world with the automobile, but also through their dedication to education, health care and environmentalism. This couple in so many ways created the American middle class as we know today - and changed the way the world moves and operates. The estate is undergoing extensive restoration to return it to the Ford's home in 1919. It will create a strong and immersive experience for visitors to enter the lives of the Fords, to understand their contributions and to make connections to the relevancy of the Ford Legacy to our lives in today's world.