On the eve of the Jewish New Year, the capital’s major auto auction is expected to sell off an array of vehicles and accessories.
From high-end luxury vehicles to sporty sport utility vehicles, there are plenty of options for the faithful to shop.
But for those who are not in the know, there is one item that will set the market alight: an iconic black-and-white 1972 Ford Mustang convertible.
The red-and white convertible was a vehicle that was widely available in the United States from the 1960s through the 1990s, with an estimated total value of $1.2 million.
It was a classic muscle car, with its trademark four-wheel disc brakes and twin-turbocharged four-cylinder engine, that featured a black interior and a white interior with white stitching.
As for the color, it was black with a white stripe on the trunk lid.
It is said that the Mustang’s black interior was a result of the factory removing a number of colors, like orange, for the red interior.
The black interior became a staple of the Mustang line after the company discontinued its “Fords” line.
The classic car has a reputation for its “luxury appeal,” and it is rumored that many customers will opt for a black and white version of the car over a red one.
It was not uncommon to see black and whites of the model featured on street signs, billboards and even in the homes of prominent American politicians.
In the United Kingdom, the car is usually available with a black- and-white interior, and the country’s biggest automaker, General Motors, sells it in a range of other colors.
For the uninitiated, what is a “luxurious car” is an automobile that is usually made from luxury materials, like leather or metal.
While these vehicles are typically less expensive, they are often more expensive than an inexpensive automobile made of everyday materials like aluminum, glass or wood.
As the world’s largest car manufacturer, General is considered one of the world leader in the production of luxury automobiles.
The new year is a time when the world looks to the United Arab Emirates and other Gulf states to provide the best of its traditional industries.
In the United Middle East, the UAE is known for its luxury car manufacturing.
While many of its citizens are interested in the car industry, it is not a common way to purchase luxury vehicles in the country.
The country’s national oil company, Abu Dhabi Petroleum, is the biggest producer in the Gulf.
The company owns a majority stake in the Abu Dhabi Grand National and is the largest car producer in Africa.
However, Abu Dubai is not the only country to be in the market for luxury cars.
In neighboring Saudi Arabia, Abu Dawood Al-Khaleel, the Kingdom’s Minister of Petroleum, has said that he plans to open a dealership of luxury cars by 2020.
The UAE is also home to a number luxury automakers that are owned by the Saudi government.
The Abu Dhabi-owned Al-Jazeera Group and its partner, the state-owned Royal Arabian Airlines, are among the top two automakers in the Middle East.
The United Arab Emirate has been the country that has led the way in the world of luxury vehicles.
Its luxury brands, including the Abu Dawud Group, have become some of the most sought after by buyers.