“Pedi To the Metal” – Ford and OPI Collaboration

Ford Mustang

Ford and OPI collaborated to create a line of nail polish colors inspired by the Ford Mustang in honor of the Mustang’s 50th anniversary this year.

Summertime is the perfect for wearing your flip-flops around Petoskey while you enjoy the nice weather. This makes summertime the best time of the year to show-off your new pedicure, and now, you can show-off your love of cars at the same time! Ford and OPI have teamed up to create the “Pedi To the Metal” Nail polish line.

These polishes are all inspired by the 50th anniversary of the Ford Mustang and include six limited-edition nail polish colors. These colors include Race Red, 50 Years of Style, Queen of the Road, Girls Love Ponies, Angel with a Leadfoot, and The Sky’s My Limit.

“Nail color, just like the car she drives, is the ultimate expression of a woman’s personality,” says OPI Co-Founder, Suzi Weiss-Fischmann. “Automobiles are synonymous with style, and there is a special kind of love affair between a woman and her car.”

There is also a special love affair between America and the Mustang. Not only has the Ford Mustang become a part of pop culture with Steven McQueen behind the wheel in the 1968 movie, Bullitt, the Mustang’s race scenes in Gone in 60 Seconds, and the more recent display of muscle power in this year’s Need for Speed, but over 9 million Ford Mustangs have been sold to date. If you want to check out just what is so special about the Ford Mustang, be sure to stop by Brown Motors for a test drive today! It’s an experience you will never forget.

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