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Restored Mustang raffled off at ETX Auto Cycle show

“64 1/2”convertible Mustang. (Source: KLTV News Staff) “64 1/2”convertible Mustang. (Source: KLTV News Staff)
“64 1/2”convertible Mustang. (Source: KLTV News Staff) “64 1/2”convertible Mustang. (Source: KLTV News Staff)
“64 1/2”convertible Mustang. (Source: KLTV News Staff) “64 1/2”convertible Mustang. (Source: KLTV News Staff)
TYLER, TX (KLTV) -

The East Texas Auto and Cycle show is underway at Tyler’s Harvey Convention Center.

The show features rare and restored vehicles from every decade with the proceeds benefiting the East Texas Crisis Center. Each year the show features an exciting car raffled off by David Irwin from Tyler Ford.

This year Irwin has donated a restored “64 1/2”convertible Mustang with all of the original décor. The car is equipped with power brakes, air conditioning, and an automatic transmission.

"It's a fantastic little cruiser you know it's going to get a lot of attention,” says Irwin. “It's Caspian blue, which is probably one of the most popular colors of them and you can pull it out on a nice day and drive it wherever you want to."

Raffle tickets cost $10 and the East Texas Crisis Center will receive 100% of the ticket sales.

Raffle tickets can be purchased at the convention center or on the Auto and Cycle show website.

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