#WhatWouldItBeLikeTo

Take a ride in a Mustang with a listener called Sally

Ford Mustang via Ford

This is the Ford Mustang. You will need at least R700 000 to own one.

John took one for a drive and wondered if he would be able to find a Cape Town version of "Mustang Sally" to accompany him.

This is part of a series of experiences typically suggested by listeners for John to try and report his feedback. You can read the rest using #WhatWouldItBeLikeTo


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