Bidding for the 2009 Ford Mustang GT is on the horizon, and Ford Motor Co. is asking the public to help its bidding war against a rival for a car that once belonged to Jim Graves.
Graves is one of the wealthiest American car owners and a key player in the auto industry.
In fact, the Ford brand has long been associated with Graves.
The auction of the car, which was auctioned off in 2012, is the culmination of a four-decade rivalry between Graves and his former business partner, Jim Lutz, who is now an owner of the Detroit Lions football team.
Lutz has since died, and Graves has been the owner of Ford Motor since 2007.
The two men had a business partnership in the 1970s that ended in 2006, when Lutz sold his company to Ford Motor.
Graves has remained in control of the company.
Ford and Lutz have been partners since 2006.
They bought out Graves in 2011, but they have been embroiled in a bitter rivalry ever since.
In 2006, Ford fired Lutz for allegedly stealing $200 million from Ford Motor’s cash pile, and the two men were unable to work out a long-term solution.
Graves was offered a $100 million buyout by Lutz.
Gravey and Luthis business, Lutz Auto Sales, has long had a rivalry with Ford Motor, which he sold to Ford in 2008 for $9.4 billion.
Ford was in the midst of a $10 billion bankruptcy, and it seemed like a sure thing that Graves would be the buyer.
Ford’s Ford Fiesta, which Graves owned from 1977 to 2009, has been a key part of the automaker’s image for more than 50 years.
In addition to the Fiesta, Ford owns a number of other cars, including the Mercury Mercury, the Chevrolet Corvette, the Dodge Challenger, and other cars.
Graves’ Fiesta has long stood out among Ford’s other vehicles, and that was the primary reason that Ford chose to bid for the car.
Grave told CBC News that he is going to bid at least $2 million for the Fiesta.
“I’m hoping that I can get a price somewhere around $1 million,” Graves said.
“The car is a special one.”
Graves said that he doesn’t know the exact price, but said that if it’s under $1.2 million, it would be good.
Ford is not going to pay a lot more than what Graves is asking, he said.
The Ford dealership that has auctioned the car is not a big seller in the U.S., but it is known for its quality.
The Ford dealership where the auction will take place is in Northville, Michigan, about 45 minutes away from Detroit.
Ford Motor has said that the dealership is not accepting any bids.
Ford has sold about 8 million vehicles worldwide, and only about 20 million of those vehicles were sold in North America.
The automaker has struggled to meet demand for the new Mustang and has been selling fewer cars than it was selling in 2009.
The bidding is expected to close around 10:30 a.m.
The auction will be live on the Ford website.