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Unfinished Restomod: 1966 Ford Mustang

Taking on a project build where you will sink thousands of dollars and hours into getting the candidate’s body rust-free can prove too daunting for some. That’s what makes this 1966 Mustang so tempting. The seller has completed the… more»

Good Up Top, Scary Underneath: 1969 Mustang Mach 1

The 1969 Mach 1 available here on eBay looks better than many project cars you’ll see on Barn Finds. Thus it is tempting to think it might be a good resto project, despite the fact that the price is… more»

1965 Mustang Fastback: Drive or Restore?

“Right on the edge” would be a fair description of this barn find 1965 Mustang Fastback put on our radar by tipster TJ. The car is available here on craigslist for an asking price of $29,999, and can be… more»

Under 12K Miles: 2002 Ford Mustang Saleen S281

The seller claims this is a one-of-one Saleen S281 of the supercharged variety, and while production numbers for this model are certainly low, more impressive is the low mileage of just under 12,000. The S281 utilizes a “New Edge”… more»

37k Mile 1986 Ford Mustang GT 5-Speed!

The final Fox Body Mustang rolled off the assembly line nearly 30 years ago in 1993, but production began all the way back in ’79, so the third-generation Mustangs are getting some real age on them now with nicely… more»

428 Cobra Jet: 1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1

Some enthusiasts hesitate when confronted with the prospect of taking on another person’s unfinished project, and their feelings are understandable. However, when the vehicle in question is this 1970 Mustang Mach 1, there should be no such qualms. The… more»

Low-Mile Rust-Free 1973 Ford Mustang Grande

I don’t know what our resident Ford and Ford Mustang expert and multiple Ford owner, Bob_in_TN, would think about a Grande version of a big last-year-first-generation Mustang but this appears to be a nice one. The seller has it… more»

Nothing But a Shell: 1970 Mustang Mach 1 428 Cobra Jet Ram Air

Does it seem like what you get when you buy a project car is becoming less and less with each passing day? Will we be down to acquiring a sheet-metal section with a VIN number and one dented front… more»

Running Light Project: “1964.5” Ford Mustang

Although Ford Mustangs built before the Fall of 1964 are often referred to as 1964 ½ models, the reality is that all of them produced before the 1966 model year were titled as 1965s. So, when the seller refers… more»

Not As New As You Think: 1995 Mustang GTS

Let’s see—a car from 1995 is 27 years old, and a classic is typically taken to be a car 25 years old or older. That puts a lot of iron on the radar that just constituted “used cars” not… more»

True (?) Driver: 1966 Mustang GT Fastback

Wanting something snazzy but not insanely pricey? This 1966 Mustang Fastback might be your ticket. Of course, that partly depends on two things: where the pricing goes for the listing here on eBay and whether what you see is… more»

At Least It’s a Fastback: 1965 Mustang 6-cylinder

Because it’s a Fastback, this 1965 Ford Mustang might just be worth close to the asking price of $24,500 as represented here on craigslist. But maybe not, as it’s already been up for nine days, or ten by the… more»

Upgraded V8: 1993 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra

The 1993 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra was a limited edition classic that shouted loudly that American manufacturers were back in the performance car race. It wasn’t the most potent car on the planet, but it came as a breath… more»

No Reserve: 1966 Ford Mustang

Driver-grade First Generation Mustangs will always generate interest when they enter the market, but this 1966 model lifts that interest to a higher level. It ticks many right boxes because it is a rust-free classic with a healthy V8… more»

Stored 42 Years: 1965 Ford Mustang Convertible

Between the time of the Mustang’s mid-1964 introduction through the end of the 1966 model year, Ford built 1.3 million of the “pony cars.” Everyone had to be working overtime to achieve that kind of output, which may not… more»

Rust-Free Survivor: 1965 Ford Mustang GT

One of the challenges facing buyers searching for a turnkey First Generation Mustang is finding an unmolested and rust-free candidate. They are out there, but sometimes potential buyers need to wade through a mass of unsuitable vehicles before an… more»