To his fellow members of the online forum FourEyedPride.com, Travis Trogdon was regarded as a man who put his family first. “As our final fair well to Travis we thank him for his friendship, his passion, and his ability to always want to help all those that he could both in his personal life and here on FEP. He will be surely missed, but never forgotten. Rest in Peace Travis,” the original article detailed.
“To those members that are not aware, we sadly lost one of our members (FEP Username: TravisT) last year to cancer. During Travis’ battle with cancer several members of FEP and local friends got together to help Travis finish his 1984 Mustang GT.
Travis is the second owner of this '84 GT, which was originally purchased by his parents for him as a college graduation gift.
“Through the help and donations of friends, families, businesses, etc. the Mustang was repaired, repainted, and road ready once again. Unfortunately Travis never had the opportunity to see his finished Mustang in person,” the original article concluded.
In an effort to help Travis’ family, the fine folks at FEP have offered its assistance to his wife Shannon by raffling off his 1984 Fox Mustang GT. The car took on a full restoration from the help of fellow FEP members, and now features new components from Edelbrock and Maximum Motorsports (full details on the car can be found here). Donations are only $20, and there doesn’t seem to be a limit on how many can be given. At the end of the day, this is a great way to benefit Travis’ family, while owning one meticulous Fox Mustang in the process. Checkout the original article here for more information.
The car was featured at last year’s FOXTOBERFEST before it was taken delivery to Travis’ wife, Shannon.