1966 FORD MUSTANG – A Classic American Muscle Car Donation

Wouldn’t this car look great in your driveway? Or top down coasting the highway with you at the wheel? It’s possible. This classic 1966 blue convertible Ford Mustang is up for sale with proceeds benefiting Maine Public Radio (NPR).

A classic American muscle car – it was in the mid 60s the Mustang became associated with true power and performance. This particular car was one of 607,568 ever made. Assembled in Dearborn, Michigan, it had only three previous owners, spending the majority of its life in Florida, then carefully garaged for winters in Maine. The interior and exterior have been restored and engine was rebuilt 10 years ago.

Ford introduced few changes to the ’66 model but what was new included wheels, grille patterns, a new instrument cluster, and color choices. This beauty is Shearwater Blue…a striking combination of light green and light blue.

It’s been said that 1966 is one of the most popular Ford Mustang model years in the history of the car. So whether it’s your first mustang or you’re revisiting an old friend…the chance to make it yours is within reach…and to help a good cause. Read the details, take a closer look, or place a bid at http://is.gd/KNCiCV.

About National Public Radio
The Car Talk Vehicle Donation Program is one of the most efficient vehicle donation programs in the country. We achieve this efficiency by using a central charity, Independent Charities of America, to maintain your tax deductibility and a nationally licensed vehicle dealer, Advanced Remarketing Services, to handle title processing and vehicle sale.

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Spotlight on our Partner: Feed the Children

It has been a great joy of Car Donation Wizard to be partnered with Feed the Children. Founded in 1979, Feed The Children has been an international hunger and relief organization that delivers food, medicine and other necessities to children and their families who lack these essentials due to poverty, war, famine and natural and man-made disaster. Feed The Children is consistently ranked as one of the 10 largest international charities in the U.S., based on private, non-government support. In FY 2009, Feed The Children distributed more than 111 million pounds of food and other essentials to children and their families in all 50 states and internationally.Car Donation to Feed the Children saves lives

Around the world, Feed The Children responds to disasters wherever they strike, providing emergency supplies to children and their families. Feed The Children has sent thousands of tents to aid the survivors of the May 2008 earthquake that decimated parts of China, leaving millions homeless. They were also able to deliver an unprecedented 13.8 million pounds of rice, a gift of the government of Taiwan, for starving children in African nations recently affected by famine, drought, and violent conflict. Feed the Children is always poised to respond in emergency situations, but we need your help now to be able to act immediately when disaster strikes.

What can your car donation do for children around the world?

+ Provides Food

+ Provides Medicine

+ Provides EssentialsDonate a car to Feed the Children

How to you benefit from car donation?

+ Helping children in need

+ Way to get rid of your used vehicle – running or not!

+ Tax receipts are provided for your itemized tax deductions

Links:

Visit Feedthechildren.org

Donate a car to Feed the Children’s car donation program

Follow Feed the Children on Twitter

Visit FTC on FacebookCar donation to charity

See them featured on greatnonprofits.org

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AutoTrader Fraud Alert: Habitat for Humanity Cars for Homes Scam

Please note: Habitat for Humanity’s Cars for Homes program is not selling cars via AutoTrader. Anyone that purports to be a representative of Habitat for Humanity on AutoTrader.com is a scam artist. For any and all dealings with the Cars for Homes program please only use the links found on the official Cars for Homes page.

AutoTrader.com is an online marketplace for selling new, used, and certified cars. The scam artist that is currently representing himself or herself fraudulently, posts various cars for sale, with no mention in the listing of Habitat for Humanity. Further inquiries about the vehicle listing provide the perspective buyer fraudulent information about Habitat for Humanity being the owner of the car, even sending a false invoice with fraudulent bank information payment details.

Sample fraudulent invoice that Cars for Homes obtained:

This seller uses multiple emails, stolen bank accounts, and fraudulent personal information to create a large scale scam. Any potential AutoTrader.com user should be aware that Habitat for Humanity’s Cars for Homes program is not selling cars on AutoTrader.com, nor should any person pretending to be a representative for Cars for Homes on AutoTrader.com be trusted.

Cars for Homes is an amazing program dedicated to changing the lives of millions, through building and rehabilitating houses for families in need. Cars for Homes’ vehicle donation program is working to break the cycle of poverty and homelessness in your community and worldwide. The funds raised by the car donation program directly benefit your local Habitat for Humanity Affiliate, helping build and refurbish homes in your area. For more information on how it works visit this page. The AutoTrader scam on the Cars for Homes program is a detriment to the families who rely on the hope of a better life through Habitat for Humanity’s program and hopes that buyers are aware and avoid this scam.

How to donate safely:

Visit the Habitat for Humanity Cars for Homes page at www.carsforhomes.org, through the habitat.org main site or through the vehicle donation page Cars for Homes Vehicle Donation Page.

From AutoTrader.com:

Steps to take if you believe you may be the victim of fraud:

Step 1: If you are the victim of a scam, please email us with as much information about your particular situation as possible.
Step 2: Forward any suspicious emails to us immediately at fraudwatch@autotrader.com. To speak directly to a Fraud Watch Customer Service Representative, Call 1-877-742-8040 (Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m.-6 p.m.).
Step 3: File a complaint with the Internet Fraud Complaint Center to inform federal and state law enforcement agencies. We strongly recommend that you report fraud to local law enforcement as well.

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