A lunch with Ford CEO Jim Farley will cost at least $60,000, but there's a good reason
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Who is ready to pick up the check for this?
Ford CEO Jim Farley is auctioning a one-on-one lunch with him at the upcoming Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion historic car racing festival at Laguna Seca track in California.
Farley is an avid vintage car racer who finished second in his class at the Le Mans Classic event in France this past July, driving his Ford GT40, and has competed at the Monterey races in past years.
The winning bid will also get two VIP passes to the event, access to the driver's lounge and hot laps of the 2.2-mile track as a passenger with a pro driver behind the wheel.
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