Mustang Mother Load

Mustang Mother Load

Update 1/28/13 – Looks like this cache of Mustangs is still on the market, but the seller has increased the starting bid to $49k!

From 8/29/11 – We just found this field full of Mustangs in Minnesota and there are not just a few, there are 49 cars! We are not sure what we would do with them all, but the collection is impressive. The whole lot is listed on eBay with a starting bid of $18,900 and no reserve.

More Mustangs

Either someone really liked Mustangs or this was a junk yard. Many of the cars have been picked over, but the seller claims that some of them have titles and could be restored. If you could figure out a way to transport and store all these cars you could probably make some money parting them out. We would at least keep a fastback or two for ourselves.

Mustang In A Barn

The package deal also includes all the parts in the building. There are sure to be a few treasures in there considering how many cars are in the field. The seller has including a list of all the cars on the eBay ad. Can anyone spot any keepers in the photos?

Mustangs In Field

Mustang Junk Yard

Lines Of Mustangs

Mustang Fastbacks

Here is a complete list of every car included in the sale for your viewing pleasure. A big thanks goes out to Jim S. for updating on the status of this listing.

1. 1965 Gold Coupe 5F07T391109 6-cyl motor / no A/T / no title
2. 1965 Green Fastback 5F09A632156 no motor / no trans / no title
3. 1965 Blue Coupe 5F07C727262 V8 motor / 3-speed / no title
4. 1965 Blue Coupe no VIN / 6-cyl motor / no A/T / no title
5. 1965 Red Coupe 5F07T644328 6-cyl motor / A/T / no title
6. 1965 Black Coupe 5F07C273019 V8 motor / A/T / clear title
7. 1965 Blue Coupe (Pony int.) 5F07T288520 6-cyl motor / 3-speed / no title
8. 1965 Blue Coupe 5F07C398547 no motor / no manual trans / no title
9. 1966 Blue Fastback 6R09C220871 / no motor / no trans / no title
10. 1966 Red Coupe 6F07T385675 6-cyl motor / A/T / clear title
11. 1966 Red GT Coupe 6F07A255456 no motor / no trans / clear title
12. 1966 White Coupe 5F07T361503 6-cyl motor / A/T / no title
13. 1966 Red Coupe no VIN / V8 motor / 3-speed / no title
14. 1966 Blue Coupe 6F07T372706 6-cyl motor / 3-speed / no title
15. 1966 Blue coupe body / no VIN / no motor / no trans / no title
16. 1967 Blue Coupe 7F01T126758 6-cyl motor / A/T / clear title
17. 1967 Yellow Coupe 7F01T223117 6-cyl motor / A/T / clear title
18. 1967 Red Coupe 7F01C175777 no motor / no A/T / no title
19. 1967 Red Coupe 7F01C102728 V8 motor / 3-speed / clear title
20. 1967 Blue Coupe 7F01T106138 6-cyl motor / A/T / no title
21. 1967 Blue Coupe 7F01T104116 no motor / A/T / no title
22. 1968 Red Coupe 8F01C136806 6-cyl motor / 3-speed / no title
23. 1968 Red Coupe 8F01T107110 6-cyl motor / 3-speed / no title
24. 1968 Blue Coupe 8F01C201200 nomotor / no A/T / no title
25. 1968 Red Coupe 8F01C218315 no motor / no trans / clear title
26. 1968 Green Coupe 8F01C102945 no motor / no trans / clear title
27. 1968 Red Coupe 8F01C125047 no motor / no A/T / clear title
28. 1968 Blue Coupe (California Special) No VIN / V8 motor / A/T / no title
29. 1968 Blue Coupe 8F01C117437 no motor / 3-speed / clear title
30. 1968 Red Coupe 8F01C156400 V8 motor / A/T / clear title
31. 1968 Blue Coupe 8F01C203992 V8 motor / A/T / no title
32. 1968 Green Coupe 8F01C131359 V8 motor / 3-speed / clear title
33. 1968 Blue Coupe 8F01C122783 V8 motor / A/T / clear title
34. 1968 Red Cougar 8F91F557536 V8 motor / A/T / no title
35. 1969 Blue Coupe 9F01F142174 V8 motor / A/T / no title
36. 1969 White Coupe 9F01L215622 6-cyl motor / A/T / no title
37. 1969 Blue Coupe 9F01F155446 no motor / no A/T/ no title
38. 1969 Green Coupe 9F01F202110 V8 motor / 3-speed / no title
39. 1969 Blue Coupe 9F01F213562 no motor / no trans / no title
40. 1969 Blue Coupe 9F01L165221 6-cyl motor / A/T / no title
41. 1970 Orange Coupe 0F01L105367 No motor / no trans / clear title
42. 1970 Red Fastback (Mach 1) 0F05M105238 V8 motor / no trans / clear title
43. 1970 Yellow Coupe 0F01F116756 V8 motor / A/T / clear title
44. 1970 Red Coupe 0F01F156213 V8 motor / A/T / no title
45. 1970 Gold Coupe (Grande) 0F04F161036 no motor / A/T / no title
46. 1970 Blue Coupe 0F01L107219 6-cyl motor / A/T / clear title
47. 1970 White Coupe 0F01F125610 no motor / 3-speed / no title
48. 1972 Blue Coupe 9Grande) 2F04H196639 No motor / No A/T / clear title
49. 1973 Green Coupe 3F04H162599 V8 motor / A/T / no title

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Comments

  1. raymond pena

    crush them all !! find me a yard full of chevelle’s and i’ll buy them

  2. Adam Tereska

    If I had the money, I’d buy them. I’d take Mustangs over Chevies anyday.

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  3. Corey

    I’m pretty sure that red ’70 is a Mach 1. The rest look like your run of the mill stuff…

    • william theis

      the red 1970 mustang is a fast back not a mach 1

      • Doug

        If the VIN is accurate (see line 42 above), the red ’70 is indeed a fastback. What makes you think it wasn’t?

      • Larry Kelley

        William , the red Mustang is a MACH1 0F05M105238 The 05 in serial number is MACH1 , the M is 351 4V Clev & F means it was built in Dearborn .

  4. Don

    There looks to be a 68 California Special in the second picture from the bottom. The front car is a 67 six cylinder but the blue one with the white top appears to be a GT/CS from the script on the quarter panel.

  5. Pat

    2nd pic next to the 71-3 mustang is a 67-8 cougar (red) I see alot of potential in these cars,except the 1st to the last picture in the 1st row that red mustang is a pile of metal rubble.For the price its well worth these gems..

  6. ALAN

    NOT A FORD GUY AT ALL BUT THAT REALLY SWEET…

  7. Bill Shaw

    Here is a listing of the cars:1965 Gold Coupe 5F07T391109 6-cyl motor / no A/T / no title1965 Green Fastback 5F09A632156 no motor / no trans / no title1965 Blue Coupe 5F07C727262 V8 motor / 3-speed / no title1965 Blue Coupe no VIN / 6-cyl motor / no A/T / no title1965 Red Coupe 5F07T644328 6-cyl motor / A/T / no title1965 Black Coupe 5F07C273019 V8 motor / A/T / clear title1965 Blue Coupe (Pony int.) 5F07T288520 6-cyl motor / 3-speed / no title1965 Blue Coupe 5F07C398547 no motor / no manual trans / no title1966 Blue Fastback 6R09C220871 / no motor / no trans / no title1966 Red Coupe 6F07T385675 6-cyl motor / A/T / clear title1966 Red GT Coupe 6F07A255456 no motor / no trans / clear title 1966 White Coupe 5F07T361503 6-cyl motor / A/T / no title1966 Red Coupe no VIN / V8 motor / 3-speed / no title1966 Blue Coupe 6F07T372706 6-cyl motor / 3-speed / no title1966 Blue coupe body / no VIN / no motor / no trans / no title1967 Blue Coupe 7F01T126758 6-cyl motor / A/T / clear title1967 Yellow Coupe 7F01T223117 6-cyl motor / A/T / clear title1967 Red Coupe 7F01C175777 no motor / no A/T / no title1967 Red Coupe 7F01C102728 V8 motor / 3-speed / clear title1967 Blue Coupe 7F01T106138 6-cyl motor / A/T / no title1967 Blue Coupe 7F01T104116 no motor / A/T / no title1968 Red Coupe 8F01C136806 6-cyl motor / 3-speed / no title1968 Red Coupe 8F01T107110 6-cyl motor / 3-speed / no title1968 Blue Coupe 8F01C201200 no motor / no A/T / no title1968 Red Coupe 8F01C218315 no motor / no trans / clear title1968 Green Coupe 8F01C102945 no motor / no trans / clear title1968 Red Coupe 8F01C125047 no motor / no A/T / clear title1968 Blue Coupe (California Special) No VIN / V8 motor / A/T / no title1968 Blue Coupe 8F01C117437 no motor / 3-speed / clear title1968 Red Coupe 8F01C156400 V8 motor / A/T / clear title1968 Blue Coupe 8F01C203992 V8 motor / A/T / no title1968 Green Coupe 8F01C131359 V8 motor / 3-speed / clear title1968 Blue Coupe 8F01C122783 V8 motor / A/T / clear title1968 Red Cougar 8F91F557536 V8 motor / A/T / no title 1969 Blue Coupe 9F01F142174 V8 motor / A/T / no title1969 White Coupe 9F01L215622 6-cyl motor / A/T / no title1969 Blue Coupe 9F01F155446 no motor / no A/T/ no title1969 Green Coupe 9F01F202110 V8 motor / 3-speed / no title1969 Blue Coupe 9F01F213562 no motor / no trans / no title1969 Blue Coupe 9F01L165221 6-cyl motor / A/T / no title1970 Orange Coupe 0F01L105367 No motor / no trans / clear title1970 Red Fastback (Mach 1) 0F05M105238 V8 motor / no trans / clear title1970 Yellow Coupe 0F01F116756 V8 motor / A/T / clear title1970 Red Coupe 0F01F156213 V8 motor / A/T / no title1970 Gold Coupe (Grande) 0F04F161036 no motor / A/T / no title1970 Blue Coupe 0F01L107219 6-cyl motor / A/T / clear title1970 White Coupe 0F01F125610 no motor / 3-speed / no title1972 Blue Coupe (Grande) 2F04H196639 No motor / No A/T / clear title 1973 Green Coupe 3F04H162599 V8 motor / A/T / no title

  8. Foxy

    There seems to be more than just mustangs, I see TBirds and even a few ’56 ford fairlanes.

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  9. Tim

    I think I have been to this yard. The guy use to run a junk yard and kept all the fords seprate. When I was there he was restoring a boss 302. He must have retired. He did excellent work.

  10. 1956 ford

    ray u should be crushed

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  11. Jon Hanna

    The auction has ended and the final price was $22,650. That’s quite a bit considering most of those cars don’t have titles.

  12. Steve Donnelly

    I have a pretty nice 1969 Buick skylark convertible, that is full power and top works great runs and drives great, I would love to trade it for those two cougars.

  13. Rick

    Three remaining fastbacks? Picked over isn’t the phrase I would use for this lot, plundered is more like it.

  14. Chris in WNC

    do you actually mean “Mother Lode” :-)

    high bid was 22K so he ups his opening bid to 49K?
    this is perverse logic I cannot quite grasp, but I DO see a lot of it on eBay & Craig’s.
    another undermotivated seller…..

    • David G

      No i think that was a Freudian slip since it appears at first to be such a Load of scrap metal! (Sorry, non-Mustang fan here…)

  15. jim

    Don’t ‘cha just love people fishing for a sucker.

  16. Charles

    if they would sell one individually I would definately take one with a clear title

  17. paul

    wow lots of stuff, I wonder since this is in Minnesota, if the any of them have any floors left in them?

  18. Scott

    Hate to be the troll, but… FAKE

    Notice the contact info at the bottom of the listing? That’s a phone number from SLOVENIA, not Minnesota, and the e-mail domain can be from anywhere.

    IMHO Someone co-opted an old listing and is using it to scam.

  19. Ian @ Jewel or Jalopy

    $1000 each? Most with no title, no parts, and terminal rust if they’re in Minnesota. The weed must be good up there ya?

  20. Stuart

    Ummmm….that would be mother ‘lode’ not ‘load’

  21. Bob

    18 Rustangs and 31 parts cars, too bad they arent in Tucson.

  22. braktrcr

    Agree with Scott. The ad is fishy. The phone number, and the feedback on the seller. If it was real, I think somebody might be able to make money at 20k, but not 50k, even if they were close. Moving 49 cars, would be a lot of work, time and money

  23. mbajohr

    Theres no way 49 car are going to sell as on unit. Best would be to have a year long sale. This guy is some kind of mustang hog . Bet he does not even have any that are all done up nice. Lot of good stuff going to waste.

  24. FRED

    I WAS LOOKING FOR A 1968 MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE WITH A 302 4BBL AND AUTO TRANS.SINCE THERE IS NOT ONE LISTED I WOULD GO FOR THE OLDER FAIRLANES OR THUNDERBIRDS.IF THE AD IS REAL.I WOULD HATE TO THINK THAT THERE IS A SELLER OUT THERE THAT WOULD TRY TO SCAM THE GREAT BUNCH OF CAR GUYS WE HAVE ON THIS SITE.GOD BETTER SHOW MERCY ON HIS SOUL CAUSE I KNOW I WOULDN’T…

  25. FRED

    I DON’T KNOW HOW HARD IT IS TO GET A TITLE IN OTHER STATES BUT IN NY IT MUST BE PRETTY EASY.JUST ASK MY SLEAZY EX WIFE, SHE HAS DONE IT TO TRY TO GET A COUPLE OF MY CARS.

  26. Cameron

    The 5th picture down looks like a keeper, it would restore up nicely, It has to be said to whomever amassed this collection that they have made a good job of it so weather your alive or dead well done, very well done you have created a heaven on Earth for me, If I had the money to stump up for these I would indeed do it, to think $49.000 1 “Concourse” car is worth “$30,000 (or £) so its a bargain really as you will have spare parts for the rest of your life, you’d just need to find a place big enough to put them (weather its in part or built car form they are going to take up lots of space, in fact it probably would be best to take the lot as it is put the spares inside the cars and then break down the cars slowly putting them inside other cars until there is no more room, that could work. But I would happily buy this then restore them for the rest of my life, Ahhh Mustangs. The first project would be a beast of a roadracer direct port Nos, all the best parts, in short a real Vin Diesel sort of car. trust me you cant go wrong on this purchace.

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