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Vaughn Gitten, Jr Presents Ford Mustang RTR to Sweepstakes Winner - Web Exclusive

James Casity Sr from Stockton, CA, won a unique 2011 Ford Mustang RTR in the Bosch Iridium Edition Mustang RTR Sweepstakes.

Greg Emmerson
Nov 30, 2011

Drift driver Vaughn Gittin, Jr presented Casity with the Mustang in a ceremony at the Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo (AAPEX) in Las Vegas.

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Custom-built by drifting champion Gittin, the Iridium Edition Mustang RTR is powered by new-generation Bosch Iridium Spark Plugs.

“I am happy to give the keys to Casity, and I’m sure he’ll enjoy this exciting vehicle,” Gittin said.

The sweepstakes winner was drawn from entries submitted in the sweepstakes, and received transportation to Las Vegas, a hotel stay and admission to the AAPEX event, where the prize vehicle was on display in the Bosch booth.

Everyone with a Facebook account was invited to enter the sweepstakes online through Bosch’s Facebook page. No purchase was necessary.

The Iridium Edition Mustang RTR was valued at $50,000, that includes the Mustang RTR appearance and performance package consisting of the RTR front splitter, rocker panels, rear diffuser and stamped aluminum rear spoiler, Ford Racing shocks, mufflers, and drilled/slotted rotors.

The car also included HRE P40S wheels wrapped in Falken tires, carbon fiber body panels, custom BASF paint, one-off badging and, of course, Bosch Iridium spark plugs.

By Greg Emmerson
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