Ford Mustang

Only 13K Miles! 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429

I generally eschew high dollar collector cars, the auctions and well-known auto pundits do a pretty thorough job of covering that end of the hobby. I like to lurk around in the more pedestrian side of driver quality cars… more»

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Broken In: 1969 Ford Mustang SportsRoof

It is hard to argue that this car is not a barn find. It has been sitting for 30 years in Seymour, Indiana waiting to be rescued. Bought from an estate sale, the car can be seen here on… more»

Turbo Fox: 1986 Ford Mustang SVO

The “Fox Body” generation of Ford’s Mustang is my favorite iteration of the popular pony car, and the turbocharged SVO model is one that I am especially fond of. Barn Finds reader Dan D. from NJ found this 1986… more»

1966 Ford Mustang GT Convertible A-Code 4-Speed

As a barn find – and I don’t mean when some sellers mention that just to have the words “barn finds” on someone’s car search – this 1966 Ford Mustang GT Convertible A-Code 4-speed was really found in a… more»

Dirty Pony: 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1

There isn’t a ton of information in the ad for this 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1. It does say it has been sitting for about 20 years. Based on the photos, I’m guessing this is an auto body and/or… more»

Original Owner! 1973 Ford Mustang Mach I

How do you part with a car that you have owned for 47 years? It’s easy to divorce yourself from one that you have come to really dislike, or one that means nothing to you, but 47 years? Clearly… more»

A Code: Ford Mustang 2+2 Fastback

This 1966 Ford Mustang 2+2 Fastback is sitting pretty high in the front end and that is because it does not have an engine or transmission in it. The car is for sale here on eBay with 4 days… more»

Snow White: 1975 Ford Mustang ll

After a year without a V8 in the Mustang, Ford decided that a 302 cubic inch V8 with two barrel carburetor would be enough for their little Mustang II. Here is a nice and fairly unmolested example. It is… more»

Little Blue 1965 Ford Mustang

This basic, blue 1965 Ford Mustang has a pretty coat of paint and it is has a lot to offer for a respectable price. You can take it home for $7,000 or you can make an offer, so you… more»

$3k V8/4-Speed: 1968 Ford Mustang

OK, so it’s a ’68 Ford Mustang, check; four speed manual transmission, double check; Hyland Green, triple check; it’s a coupe! Wait a minute, no check. Well not really, it’s just in this season of $3.4 million dollar ’68… more»

V8 Fastback Project: 1965 Ford Mustang

First generation Mustangs are a staple of Barn Finds because even after all of these years, they are still very popular, they were made in various iterations and there were hundreds of thousands built between mid-1964 and the conclusion… more»

S-Code 390 / 4-speed 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback

This car is a real-deal S-code 390 Ford Mustang Fastback from 1967. With the original drive train missing, the car is a blank slate and can be done however the new owner sees fit. A factory restoration could be… more»

Most Expensive Muscle Car Ever? 1968 Ford “Bullitt” Mustang

This car really needs no introduction. For those of you who haven’t seen the famous 1968 movie Bullitt, the title character, played by Steve McQueen, drives this Highland Green 1968 Ford Mustang GT throughout the movie. Some would argue… more»

Budget 1969 Shelby GT350?

To the Mustang faithful, the name Shelby is like the Holy Grail – it conjures up trigger words like K-Code, KR, GT 500, GT 350, Cobra-Jet and so on. This exaltation has been bestowed on ’65 to ’68 Shelby… more»

Only 370 Miles Driven! 1995 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra

It’s always great seeing survivor quality vehicles, even regardless of mileage – it shows that folks can balance both enjoying and using their vehicle while also taking meticulous care of it. However, others purchase a vehicle for investment purposes… more»

One Owner Barn Find: 1965 Ford Mustang GT Convertible

Up for sale by the original owner is this 1965 Ford Mustang GT convertible. At the time of writing, there have been no bids. You can start that process with a bid of $3,500 and no indicated reserve. This… more»