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Meet Hollywood Star Sydney Sweeney, a Fan of Vintage Cars.

Sydney Sweeney, an up-and-coming actress in the movie industry, is not only a rising star but also a dedicated car enthusiast.

By Business OutstandersPUBLISHED: April 26, 14:49
Sydney Sweeney Vintage Cars

Sydney Sweeney, a renowned actress in television and film, is not your average car enthusiast. She is also the face of Armani Beauty and has made a name for herself in the popular series "Euphoria." However, when she's not busy with her acting career, Sydney enjoys working on her classic automobiles – a 1965 Ford Mustang and a 1969 Ford Bronco. This passion led her to collaborate with the Ford Motor Company.

During the pandemic, Sydney's fame grew even more as she started a TikTok account, @Syds_Garage, to share her experiences working on her Bronco. This online presence caught the attention of Ford and Dickies, resulting in a partnership to create a line of workwear. Now, these two companies have joined forces on their most ambitious project yet – offering a custom-designed 2024 Mustang as a giveaway.

Sweeney collaborated with Ford to customize the newest version of the iconic pony car, drawing inspiration from her own '65 'Stang. She adorned the exterior with a stunning Robin's Egg Blue finish, complete with a crushed glass clear coat, and added 20-inch chrome wheels. Inside, the vehicle boasts a distinctive leather upholstery, and the 'Ford x Sydney Sweeney' heart bolt logo, designed for their workwear line, is prominently displayed on the front fenders, sill plates, dashboard, and even embossed into the seats. Sydney's signature can also be found on the 5.0-litre V8 engine.

Ford plans to manufacture only two of these customized models, with one reserved for Sweeney and the other to be given away in a competition, which unfortunately, is exclusive to US residents. Nevertheless, the final outcome of her design showcases a fashionable blend of nostalgia and modernity, reflecting her deep-rooted love for automobiles.

“It’s heartening to see Ford celebrate individuals who are pushing past stereotypes to do what they love,” Sweeney said. “That’s why I was so excited to work with Ford on designing my dream car, and I can’t wait to surprise someone special with a matching vehicle.”

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