Original 302: 1968 Ford Mustang

We’ve recently seen some wonderful discoveries cross our desks at Barn Finds, and this 1968 Mustang is a perfect example of that trend. The seller located it languishing in a barn. They revived this classic and returned it to… more»

Former Barrett-Jackson Restomod: 1966 Ford Mustang GT

In the 1960s, the GT was a high-performance version of the hot new Ford Mustang. It came with a 289 cubic inch V8 that produced 225 hp and had unique styling cues like grille-mounted fog lights. This 1966 GT… more»

Wrecked 1965 Ford Mustang Fastback

Before this 1965 Ford Mustang got into a rather nasty accident, it was probably a sharp-looking ride. Someone had fixed it up like something of a Shelby GT350 tribute, though the colors are wrong and the drivetrain was once… more»

One Family Owned: 1997 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra

Many enthusiasts consider a known ownership history crucial when purchasing a classic to park in their garage. This 1997 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra ticks that box because it has remained in the same family since Day One. It is… more»

Carport Find: 1967 Ford Mustang 289 V8

Ford’s hot Mustang “pony car” got its first restyle in 1967. The big news was an enlargement of the engine compartment to accept big-block V8 engines. Competition finally arrived that year, so the Mustang saw its first decline in… more»

No Expense Spared: 1986 Ford Mustang SVO

The Ford Mustang SVO remains a bit of an outlier in the performance and sports car world, but that doesn’t mean you should sleep on them. Despite not having the brawn of a 5.0L V8 under the hood, the… more»

No Reserve: One Owner 1966 Ford Mustang

Some classics hit the market, creating barely a ripple. Others make a splash, and this 1966 Mustang falls into that category. It is understandable because it is an unmolested one-owner vehicle as solid as the day it rolled off… more»

Restored Driver: 1989 Ford Mustang GT

Another day, another super clean Fox body up for grabs. Even with a decent supply of these 1980s muscle cars seemingly always up for grabs, I never tire of seeing a clean one come up for sale. And if… more»

Tidy GT Tribute: 1966 Ford Mustang

The GT remains one of the most desirable versions of the 1966 Mustang range, and tidy examples typically command impressive prices. However, therein lies the rub because climbing values are pushing these classics beyond the financial means of many… more»

Rebuilt 351 V8: 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302

Like the original Chevrolet Camaro Z/28, the Ford Mustang Boss 302 was conceived as an entry for the Sports Car Club of America’s Trans Am racing circuit. As such, “X” number of them had to be built for public… more»

Parked Since ’84: 1967 Ford Mustang

One of the battles when assessing an older classic project candidate to park in your garage is finding one where rust hasn’t progressed to a point where it compromises financial viability. However, that isn’t an issue with this 1967… more»

Too Many Projects: 1966 Ford Mustang Drop-Top

People couldn’t get enough of the new Ford Mustang from 1964 to 1966. It may have been the most exciting new car of the decade and FOMOCO was working overtime to build nearly 1.3 million copies in 2.5 years…. more»

Project Opportunity: 1993 Ford Mustang Cobra SVT

Personally. I’m a big fan of buying cars with a known reputation for being collectible when found in project-grade condition. I’ve realized this about myself that I am not a fan of perfect cars. And, truth be told, perfect… more»

Basement Find: 1969 Ford Shelby Mustang GT500

At Barn Finds, we are all about finding desirable classics hidden in barns and sheds, but those unearthed in basements are less common. We’ve seen a few, but this 1969 Ford Shelby Mustang GT500 is among the best. It… more»

Award-Winning Original?: 1966 Ford Mustang

In only its second full year, more than 607,000 Mustangs were sold by Ford in 1966. And many of them were like this nice example, sporting a 200 cubic inch inline-6 with a 3-speed manual transmission (floor-shifted, of course)…. more»

Recovered Treasure: 1967 Ford Mustang GT500 Tribute

Losing a prized classic due to circumstances beyond your control is heartbreaking. However, when it is because a light-fingered individual has decided they deserve it more than you, that is almost beyond comprehension. That is the story behind this… more»

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