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Amazing Mustang Collection For Sale

We’ve probably all seen those situations where a person has a collection of highly desirable cars, and they sit for years without being used. They are approached by individuals who are passionate about returning them to the road, but they refuse to sell. Well, Barn Finder Pat L has spotted this fantastic little collection of Mustangs that are not only ready for the road but are all for sale. Thank you so much for that Pat. The collection is located in North Vernon, Indiana, and is listed for sale here on Craigslist.

Some of these Mustangs would be classified as current classics, while some would qualify as potential future classics. Fitting into the former category is this 1965 Mustang Convertible. This car is spotless, having only recently undergone a full restoration. We don’t know a lot about the cars mechanical specifications, except that there is a 289ci V8 under the hood. The car looks absolutely spotless, and this can be yours for $39,000.

One that has the potential to become a future classic is this 2014 Mustang GT. It is a symphony of evil with that combination of black paint and black wheels. With this one, you get the 5.0-liter “Coyote” engine, which pumps out 420hp. It isn’t clear which transmission is fitted to the car, but it has clocked 50,000 miles. The asking price for this one is $22,500.

So, do you fancy a ’69 Boss 302? The owner can help you with that one.  Finished in Acapulco Blue, it has only covered 70,000 genuine miles. The presentation is close to faultless, and you can park this one in your driveway for $57,500.

This one is my personal favorite, but it’s one where I’m going to be on pretty good terms with my bank manager. The ’69 Boss 429 is a car with a serious performance pedigree. That 429ci V8 produces 375hp, and the whole car was designed for those who just wanted to go fast. The engine received an external oil cooler, the transmission is a close-ratio 4-speed, the car features power steering and power disc brakes, and the hood has a manually controlled scoop. This one has only got a genuine 22,000 miles on the clock. The Royal Maroon paint is also said to be original, and as with every car in this collection, the presentation is extremely impressive. The asking price for this beauty is a cool $325,000.

There are a total of nine cars up for grabs in this sale, including this 1968 Shelby GT500KR. I wish that there was a clearer photo of it, but with 48,000 miles under its belt, this all original beauty can be yours for $135,000. This is a collection that is worth a look, and with prices ranging from $8,500 right up to $325,000, there is probably something for everyone. The beauty is that all of the cars seem to be roadworthy and ready to go, so you could quite easily just turn up and drive away in the car of your dreams.


  1. Avatar photo NotSure

    Passion. Taste. Cash. Sweet corral of wild mustangs!

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    • Avatar photo Sandy Claws

      Why liquidate this collection? I would like to hear that story before I put good money down for theses.

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    • Avatar photo TimM

      Can I have one of each???

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  2. Avatar photo Kenneth Carney

    Now this my neice likes, but the prices nearly floored her–and me too for that
    matter. Would love to buy her one, but it looks like we’ll have to settle for a
    lesser car instead. Like the ’68 Shelby and the ’66 ragtop myself. All these are
    great cars. And they’ll all find new homes–Just not in my driveway. That said,
    I’ll take another Nitro now.

    Like 8
  3. Avatar photo Gaspumpchas

    woo doggiies mustang heaven!! Got some serious muscle here! Good luck to both the seller and the new owners!

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  4. Avatar photo OhU8one2

    I like the Boss 429 and GT500KR. It appears the owner had a really good eye for what they were going to buy. They have some of the cream of the crop. And all look to be in really good shape. GLWTS. I’m watching out of curiosity.

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  5. Avatar photo bull

    Time to SELL!

    People are flush with cash. The Boomer’s (Fat 60 and up crowd) who want this stuff are getting older and that me means the market will be once again going away on cars such as this.

    Just wait 5 years and see how much LOWER the value will be on the unique OLDER Mustangs when all those that want em and can afford em will be SELLING em!

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    • Avatar photo Steve R

      I have several friends that have been making the same proclamation as you for last 20+ years. Other than the occasional blip in the market they haven’t been proven correct. In fact, a friend gave me an early-60’s car magazine with an article which shared your sentiment but they were talking about the coming muscle cars and that they would have no interest from collectors in the future.

      Ultimately, you may be proven correct, someday. It’s easy to forget that even a broken clock is right twice a day.

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  6. Avatar photo Billy1

    Bull, I wish you were right. I have been wanting a Boss 9 now for many years so I can beat on it like a rented mule. But, unfortunately them mules are still 6 figure critters.

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  7. Avatar photo jsieao

    “Selling MOST of my collection” – I wonder what else he has……

    Like 4
  8. Avatar photo Miguel

    Regarding that first picture of the blue car, since when did Ford or Shelby put that stripe on the side of the car?

    I have never seen that design that says “Shelby GT”?

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    • Avatar photo Bob_in_TN Member

      Miguel, go to Wikipedia and search Shelby Mustang and go to section 3.1 (3.1.3 specifically) for a discussion of late model Shelbys. These GT’s were lower-cost less-powerful alternatives to the more well known GT500’s. I found them particularly attractive.

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      • Avatar photo Miguel

        You are right Bob, it is there, but it looks cheesy as hell like the stripe was bought at auto Zone.

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  9. Avatar photo Bob_in_TN Member

    Nice collection of Mustangs — some newer yet desirable models, plus some older high-dollar models. Total asking price $679K. Anyone follow Boss 429 prices? Seems like this one would need to be near top-notch to command the asking price?

    In addition to the cars themselves, I’m always interested in how and where people store their collections. I did not study the pics, but looks like some are in the multi-stall garage at home, and others are in a shop-like setting. I’ve been able to visit folks with large (20-100) car collections, and the storage settings vary: large nicely-finished buildings, simpler warehouse-style buildings, crammed together, not crammed together, lots of lifts, etc.

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  10. Avatar photo Brian Scott

    These prices are “I don’t really want to sell ’em but ____” caliber. The Boss 9 is the cherry here, but there are quite a few that sell (actually sell, not list price) starting at $200k. Occasionally you’ll see one perk up to the threes or fours, but those cars have something unique about them, typically that they are ultra low mileage unrestored ones. And heck, for the price he’s asking for the 2014, a run-of-the-mill GT (S197), you can find a 2013 Boss 302 (one of the 4k they built) on the same S197 platform and for same money, plus with less miles by quite a bit. The ’65 is pushing the envelope also. I don’t think he’s serious.

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    • Avatar photo Martin Robert Koenig

      Shoulda bought a Boss 429 in 1997 for $15K when I coulda, woulda, shoulda.

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  11. Avatar photo Mike

    Craig’s List is for sellers that can’t possibly be bothered to pull a car cover off regardless of the asking price. Can you imagine a Bonham’s auction where they pull up a Ferrari GTO with a cover wadded up on the roof?

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  12. Avatar photo the one

    Just figures, my ship doesn’t come in till next year.. It’s all about timing and the ready cash..

    Like 2

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