The Pegasus Project

Industrial Machine is back at it again! 

The Pegasus Project was developed by a group of automotive enthusiasts who care deeply about the people of our province and about the critical work of first responders like STARS.
The project involves a completely custom-built, one-of-a-kind, 1968 Ford Mustang 427 coupe that will be featured at the International SEMA Convention in Las Vegas, November 2020. SEMA is the annual, high profile, automotive industry tradeshow where the Pegasus Project Mustang will be featured.
Finally, the car will be sold at the world-famous Barrett-Jackson Auction in Scottsdale, Arizona in January 2021, with proceeds to STARS air ambulance in Saskatchewan. This project represents an exclusive feature of the STARS capital campaign to raise funds for new helicopter equipment for Saskatchewan.


Star Studded!

The project is being endorsed by Saskatoon-born actor Kim Coates (Sons of Anarchy, Bad Blood, Goon), along with Saskatchewan-born NHL stars from the past and present, including Stanley Cup Champions Brayden Schenn, Tyler Bozak and Jaden Schwartz, along with Colby Armstrong and Luke Schenn.


Industrial Machine’s Involvement

Industrial Machine appreciates a good partnership and giving back, therefore, we are at it again! IMM will be designing and manufacturing certain parts for this 1968 Ford Mustang Coupe 427 (much like the 1956 F100 “Snakebit” truck project that IMM initiated in 2013). Missed that project? View a video of “Snakebit”


Industrial Machine’s Communications & Employee Engagement

From here on out you will expect to see many updates, fundraising events and other information pertaining to this high profile ‘Pegasus Project’. Updates will be given via social media, so make sure you are following our social media channels, as well as our website.

Find out more about “The Pegasus Project” and our partners.


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