Mustang Barn Finds

EXCLUSIVE: 1973 Ford Mustang Convertible

UPDATE – Brad has decided to lower his asking price to $4,800! He also wanted to confirm that this Mustang does indeed have the 302 V8 which is paired to a three-speed transmission. After sitting in this Indiana barn… more»

Drop Top Fox: 1990 Ford Mustang LX Convertible

With summer on the horizon, the temptation to purchase a convertible surely intensifies. Vehicles such as this driver-quality 1990 Ford Mustang LX that is here on eBay don’t help these urges, especially when it has a brand new convertible… more»

Big Block Pony: 1969 Mustang Mach 1

This Mach 1 Mustang has a killer look to it, but once you start to really investigate it, you start to notice just how much rust there is. When I first saw this tip from Pugsy, I honestly wasn’t… more»

Big Project: 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302

I won’t lie, this Mustang is going to be a big project to undertake, but how cool would it be to have a real Boss 302? The Boss 302 is at the top of a very long list of… more»

V8 Transplant: 1965 Ford Mustang Convertible

On the surface, this 1965 Mustang Convertible shows quite a bit of promise as a project car. When you delve below the surface, you do find some of the rust issues that are typical of Mustangs of this era,… more»

EXCLUSIVE: Hot Rod 1966 Ford Mustang

Reader Mark W bought this restored and upgraded Mustang due to features like power steering and power disc brakes. It’s been a great driver, but unfortunately for him, it’s time to move it along. It really is a sweet… more»

Original Paint: 1979 Ford Mustang Pace Car

In 1979, the Ford Mustang was the official Pace Car for the Indianapolis 500. To commemorate this, Ford produced the Mustang Pace Car special edition, with 10,478 cars rolling off the production line. The vast majority of these (8,372)… more»

One-Owner 1965 Ford Mustang Convertible Barn Find!

Reader Robert H recently found a one owner Mustang Convertible barn find and the incredible part is that it had been hiding in a family member’s garage without him even knowing it! His Father’s cousin purchased this Mustang brand… more»

2003 Ford Mustang Cobra SVT With Just 5.5 Miles!

Sitting in Reader Douglas S’s garage is one of the coolest ultra-low mileage finds I think I’ve ever seen! And it isn’t just that this car has covered 5.5 miles, that it’s a supercharged Mustang Cobra SVT Convertible or… more»

1969 Mustang: Original Q-Code 428CJ Four-Speed

The iconic Mustang… the very reason we call stylish 2+2 coupes with a long hood and short tail “Pony Cars.” Many drivers keep their Mustangs for decades even if they never dirty a hand in maintenance. This 1969 Mustang… more»

Barn Fresh: 1967 Ford Mustang Coupe

One thing is for sure, this Canadian Mustang is right out of the barn! It’s a 6 cylinder car with rust issues, which is a bit of a bummer. With a $2,000 (Canadian dollars?) asking price, it might be… more»

Drive and Restore: 1968 Ford Mustang Coupe

While it will need some restoration work, this 1968 Mustang is a complete car that is ready and waiting for someone to take on the job of bringing it back to its best. No-one will be surprised to learn… more»

Solid S-Code: 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 390 S-Code

For a person who is looking for a Mustang project car, life can become quite demoralizing. It is easy to see dozens of cars with floors like Swiss cheese, frame rails with all the strength of wet spaghetti, and… more»

Rare 1987 Ford Mustang ASC/McLaren Convertible

With a total of just 1,806 cars customized between 1987-1990 (according to ascmclaren.com), no one would argue the rarity of the ASC/McLaren Mustang in regard to production numbers.  In 1987, only 479 of these Mustangs were produced and 63… more»

Typical Rust? 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302

The seller of what’s left of this 1970 Boss 302, available here on eBay mentions it’s been “sitting for decades” and has suffered “typical rust damage.”  Question: what body parts are most prone to rust on a vintage Mustang?  Answer:… more»

Tastefully Modded Survivor: 1979 Mustang Pace Car

While we can all agree that stock survivors are the best way to find a car if you want one that represents a good value, but sometimes minor modifications are acceptable if they’re in good taste and easily reversible…. more»