Ford

Runs And Drives: 1935 Ford Bread Truck

This 1935 Ford Bread truck is actually running and driving with what is presumably its original flathead V8 engine! The seller tells us it’s been protected for much of its life and has little rust. It’s located in Hope,… more»

Solid Barn Find: 1930 Ford Model A

The Model T was always going to be a tough act to follow, but Ford found itself with another success when it introduced the Model A. During 4½ years of production, nearly five million buyers chose to give these… more»

Blank Canvas: Uncut 1968 Ford Bronco

Rivaling “Mopar Madness” in recent years, “Bronco Madness” certainly has every first-generation Bronco on the planet finding its way to the market. Popular versions range from factory perfection to fully-modernized magnificence, either appreciating with more vigor than the Dow… more»

No Reserve Ranger: 1974 Ford Bronco

Bidding is knocking up against $30,000 for this extremely well preserved 1974 Ford Bronco with the sought-after Ranger package. The truck is highly original with the sort of patina that can’t be faked, and just a few sensible updates… more»

S-Code 390: 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback

The Ford Mustang got its first styling update in 1967. But nothing that changed its looks. Sales weren’t as robust as they were in 1965-66, but how can you top 1.2 million units anyway? This fastback was an S-Code… more»

Supercharged Test Mule: 2001 Roush Mustang RP6

This 2001 Ford Mustang RP6 is a rare prototype of a limited edition model known as the 380R, a supercharged GT offered by one of the more recognized Mustang builders and tuners. The example shown here is believed to… more»

BF Classified: 1952 Ford F-1 Hot Rod

You don’t need to go any further than our own Barn Finds Classifieds to find some really cool vehicles for sale, and this 1952 Ford F-1 hot rod sure is one of them! The seller is in Portland, Oregon… more»

Low Mile Cream Puff: 1993 Ford F-150

Given how many low-mileage pickups show up around these parts, it makes you wonder what modern-day pickup will become a collectible in 20 years when its found in a garage with under 100,000 on the clock. This 1993 Ford… more»

4,600 Mile Survivor: 1991 Ford Mustang LX

When it comes to Fox body Mustangs, bone-stock LX models with the 5.0L V8 and manual gearbox are among some of the more desirable specimens ever made. Yes, I know, there are Cobras to collect and GTs to salivate… more»

50th Anniversary Model: 1953 Ford F-100

With 1953 marking the 50th Anniversary of Ford, the company recognized this milestone by placing some subtle reminders of its history on some of its vehicles. This 1953 F-100 features one of these mementos. It is also in need… more»

1973 Ford Bronco 302 4×4 Project

This 1973 Ford Bronco is being sold at no reserve and with three days left in the auction, the bid price has risen to a respectable $6,300. Located in Roanoke, Virginia, the Bronco is a U15 model that is… more»

Rare Front Bench: 1978 Ford Bronco Ranger XLT

Here at Barn Finds, we see dozens of vehicles per week and they all have something special. Heck, if we bought all the cool vehicles we see, we’d all need a 50-car garage! This 1978 Ford Bronco really strikes… more»

K-Code Project: 1965 Ford Mustang Fastback

With three days left in the auction, this 1965 Ford Mustang Fastback is listed for sale here on eBay. The reserve has not been met but the Mustang has 41 bids and currently has a high bid of $8,500…. more»

Flathead V8: 1940 Ford DeLuxe Business Coupe

The single-seat business coupe was popular in the mid-20th Century with traveling salesmen and others on the move. The lack of a back seat meant more room for the wares that they needed to carry with them. Ford was… more»

Better Than A Barn Find: 1941 Ford Super De Luxe Coupe

The seller tells his audience that this 1941 Ford Super De Luxe Coupe (not a Club Wagon as advertised) is a 95 percenter as it is 95% ready to go. It’s also listed as original with most of the… more»

New England Survivor: 1954 Ford Ranch Wagon

The Mainline was Ford’s entry-level series from 1952 through 1956. It would come in a variety of body styles including the 2-door Ranch Wagon, like the seller’s beautiful example. These wagons would be popular with small businesses to use… more»