Mustang Barn Finds

Mileage Master: 1976 Ford Mustang II MPG

Orange you glad to see another Mustang II? Thanks to Barn Finds reader Jason for sending in the tip for this 1976 Ford Mustang II! This is the MPG edition which came out in mid-1975 and… more»

Classic Driver: 1966 Ford Mustang

This car is not for the purist, nor is it for someone looking for an original survivor, nor for someone looking for a perfect car. However, if you’d like a classic Mustang and you don’t mind… more»

The Leisure Suit of Cars: 1977 Ford Mustang II

This “piece of automotive history” is a 1977 Ford Mustang II Ghia and it’s rust-free, according to the seller. This yellow pony is on Craigslist with an asking price of $4,300 and there are “NO joy… more»

Black Beauty! 1971 Ford Mustang Sportsroof Survivor

What else could you call a pretty black pony car? (apologies to Anna Sewell) Despite how nice this car looks in black, only ten 1971 Mustang Sportsroofs were ordered with this set of paint and trim codes…. more»

Tighty Whitey: 1979 Ford Mustang

This 1979 Ford Mustang is on Craigslist for $3,500. The seller mentions that the price was just reduced from $6,500! That’s quite a reduction, not $6,000 or even $5,000 to test the waters before going down… more»

88,000 Mile Carport Find: 1971 Mustang Convertible

At first glance, this Mustang convertible looks like a wonderful example of the largest ponycars, and even upon closer examination it seems like a pretty nice cruiser. It’s for sale here on eBay where bidding is currently… more»

A Lifetime Of Love: 1967 Ford Mustang

Having spent a lifetime with the original owner, this beautiful Mustang survivor is looking for a new home. Driven up until the 1980’s, this Mustang was then stored under a lean-to and covered with 4 car… more»

Mustang V8 Powered! 1971 Ford Bronco Festiva

Alrighty then, this one is.. different! This is a custom creation, a 1971 Ford Bronco Festiva and it has a 1960s Mustang V8 and a three-speed manual! If it didn’t look like such a nice job… more»

One, No, TWO Owners! 1968 Mustang Fastback

I’m going to get this out of the way quickly: if you buy a car from the original owner and flip it, it’s NOT a one-owner car. Period. That being said, this really looks like a… more»

Original Emberglo: 1966 Ford Mustang

Sorry about the picture quality on this find, but I think you’ll find it worthwhile anyway, especially you pony lovers. We have a relatively original 1966 Mustang coupe in the desirable Emberglo color with parchment interior… more»

Fast Pony Survivor: 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1

Wearing a lovely coat of Candy Apple Red, and in very original condition, this M-code 351 automatic Mach 1 is a numbers matching survivor.  Having spent a great deal of time in storage, this Mach 1… more»

Fabulous Fox Body! 13K Mile 1986 Mustang GT

They don’t come much cleaner than this! This beautiful restovivor 1986 Ford Mustang GT (there was one high-quality respray, so I can’t in all good conscience call it a survivor) has been owned by a collector… more»

The Pony You’ve Been Waiting For?

This might just be the one you’ve been waiting for! When we feature first generation Mustangs at Barn Finds, frequently the comments are “if it were only a fastback,” or “it’s too rusty,” or “it’s not… more»


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