Ashley Goodall loves Mustangs, you might say it's in her blood.
It started with her father's 1967 model, and continued with her six years ago, when she bought a '66 Mustang.
It needed a lot of work, that was generously donated by various car clubs in Bakersfield who wanted to give back to a woman, who gives so much to so many other people.
So, they presented her with the fully restored muscle car in October, and she has yet to drive it.
Ashley suffers from a neurological disorder called Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy, or RSD.
It's also known as Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, and quite simply, it causes intense pain to the touch, sensitivity to heat and cold that can be almost debilitating.
And it's keeping her from taking the 'reigns' of this thoroughbred.
Her Christmas wish is to feel good enough, to let her ride stretch it's legs out on the open road.
To learn more about the disorder, go to rsds.org.