Mustang Barn Finds

Yard Find: 1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1

By 1973, the Ford Mustang wasn’t as popular as it once was. Instead of selling 1.2 million cars as they did in 1965-66 combined, they were down to 135,000 copies for ’73 alone. Sure, the field was saturated with… more»

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Estate Sale Find: 1965 Shelby GT350 Paxton Prototype?

The other day, my buddy Sid called me up to tell me about a 1965 Shelby GT350R that was being sold off by a local auction company. We both had our doubts but after closer inspection, I’m starting to… more»

Clean Barn Find: 1988 Ford Mustang GT

This 1988 Ford Mustang GT is described as a barn find by the seller, but it certainly looks better than most cars we see dragged out into the daylight for the first time in decades. It’s a desirable manual… more»

Bargain Muscle Car: 2002 Saleen S281 Mustang

To Mustang lovers, the name Saleen brings images of additional styling and performance modifications that can leave them drooling in envy (or anticipation, if they are buyers)! This 2002 S281 was purchased as a gift to a college graduate,… more»

Four-Eyed SSP: 1986 Ford Mustang

Mustang SSPs aren’t exactly common, and this is definitely the case with the older, “four-eyed” models like this one that previously did duty as a member of the state police force in Oregon. Cherished for their beefed-up drivetrains and… more»

Turbocharged Package: 1984 and 1986 Ford Mustang SVO

This listing is for a duo of Ford Mustang SVO project cars whose owner passed away before finishing their revival. Both cars run, but it sounds like the white SVO, the 1986 model, is more of a project while… more»

Original Survivor: 1969 Ford Mustang

Sometimes unexpected changes in their life mean that people are forced to part with a classic car that they have grown to love and cherish. That is the case with this 1969 Ford Mustang. Major health issues mean that… more»

Colt 45 Ford Mustang Funny Car Found!

If you came home with a vintage Mustang, the little woman might say something like, “oh no, not another one!” But if you came home with a vintage Mustang funny car, would you find your stuff out on the… more»

11k Original Miles: 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1

When it comes to the question of 1st Generation Mustangs, we see a few here at Barn Finds. Generally speaking, these cars tend to fall into two distinct categories. The first is the beautifully restored cars that need nothing…. more»

Nice Driver: 1985 Ford Mustang GT 5-Speed

When it comes to Mustangs, finding stock, unrestored cars is increasingly the name of the game, especially as it relates to Fox bodies. After years of being customized, modified, and bastardized, collectors are realizing a good Fox body is… more»

Stored Since 1977: 1966 Ford Mustang 289 V8

Once again, we have one of those cars that is said to have run and driven when it was parked. So why not touch it again for 43 years? This one’s in Georgia where the humidity is known to… more»

Macho 351: 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1

In the late 1960s, all the automakers were stepping up their game, both in performance and persona. Ford was no exception and – on the Mustang – the GT was on the way out and the Mach 1 on… more»

One-Owner Original Paint: 1968 Ford Mustang

This 1968 Mustang Hardtop would seem to offer a golden opportunity for some lucky buyer. Not only is this a one-owner classic, but it is said to be rust-free. It could be driven and enjoyed as it currently stands,… more»

Unrestored S-Code: 1967 Mustang Fastback

The seller of this 1967 Ford Mustang S-code fastback describes it as “a true survivor, not a butchered Frankenstang.” It’s a welcome sight among many restomodded Mustangs. This one was sent in by Barn Finds reader, Ron, who found… more»

1 of 6 SSP: 1990 Ford Mustang LX

Through the ’80 and ‘90s, the Ford Mustang became very popular with law enforcement and government agencies. They were commonly used as pursuit units on the interstate highway system. This 1990 Mustang SSP (Special Service Package) is one of… more»

Under 10k Miles? 1966 Ford Mustang Fastback

When the Mustang was born in mid-1964, it came in two flavors: hardtop and convertible. Once production was in full swing, Ford added a fastback to the Mustang equation. Today, the fastbacks are often more desirable to collectors because… more»