When my son turned 16, we already had been teaching him to drive in the Emberglo 66, and we wanted to make a unique birthday cake so the keys and fob were our inspiration. You may be able to see the stitching in the leather fob and stipple on the key heads if you zoom in. It tasted really good !!!
The "over the hill one" is sort of corny but it came with the car so I kept it. This is my typically-used set of keys.
The Texas Motors Ford one is special. The car is originally from a dealership in Richardson TX (suburb of Dallas), about 60 miles away. I bought the car from a seller about 10 miles closer, still 50 miles away. Texas Ford is only about 15 miles from me. I have no idea how a dealership fob from Texas Motors made it the 50+ miles to Dallas, but it's sorta cool that it's so close by. The dealership moved from the Cherry Lane location years ago, to a bigger place. It's gone now after getting absorbed by a big chain of dealerships.
Factory keys and the old dealership fob make that ring special, so it's my backup.
(Yeah, those other keys are for my "club", theft-deterrent device.)
Got this when I was stationed in the UK in 1984, bought an Escort XR3Ti. It's sort of the UK boy racer equivalent of a Mustang. Even had the Mustang '92 style heater and fresh air controls. Fuel injected 2.3, that car would do 6000RPMs in 5th gear which was about 125MPH