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»

Banged Up Project: 1966 Ford Mustang

Launched in 1964, the Ford Mustang became one of the best-selling automobiles of the decade. In 1966, demand for the car would peak at more than 607,000 copies, of which 56,000 were the “luxury” edition of the automobile in… more»

BF Auction: 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 428 SCJ

If you are a fan of a Mustang fan, this find should get your blood pumping! This 1969 Mustang Mach 1 is a genuine 428 Super Cobra Jet equipped car. It was restored in 2005, but all the parts… more»

1 of 60: Mario Andretti Edition 1995 Ford Mustang GT

Special Edition autos have been around for decades, some of which seem to have fulfilled the creator’s intention better than others, although just the fact that a car can be deemed a promotional vehicle is often enough to merit… more»

Restore or Restomod? 1969 Ford Mustang Fastback

Choosing to part with a classic that has been part of your family since Day One isn’t easy, especially when over five decades have passed since you took delivery. However, that is the decision made by the owners of… more»

Mustero Tribute: 1968 Ford Mustang

Sales of the Ford Mustang peaked at 607,000 units in 1966. Its popularity was enough for a dealer in Beverly Hills, California, to lobby to build the “Mustero,” a cross between a Mustang and a Ranchero pickup. But, as… more»

Foxbody 5.0 Swap: 1975 Ford Mustang II

What defines a sleeper? This 1975 Ford Mustang II looks pretty lame. It originally came from the Ford factory with a 302 cid V8 engine and C4 automatic transmission. However, now the car sports a more potent electronically fuel… more»

521 Cubic Inches! 1977 Ford Mustang II Cobra

If there is a complaint about the Mustang II (1974-1978), it is that it was underpowered. Despite that, it was a tremendous seller and had some neat graphics, but it was slow. However, the owner of this 1977 Ford… more»

One Owner Barn Find? 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1

After Mustang sales quickly peaked in 1966, Ford was looking to inject new magic into the car by 1969. Competition entered the field in 1967-68 and helped to erode demand. The result was the introduction of the performance-driven Mach… more»

Cabernet Red Coupe: 1988 Ford Mustang GT

The Ford Mustang GT is perhaps the single most recognized muscle car of the last few decades, especially in Fox body guise. From its awareness among the muscle car crowd to its relevance in pop culture, few other cars… more»

No Reserve: 1966 Ford Mustang Convertible

If you ever harbored doubts about the desirability of First Generation Mustang project candidates, this 1966 Convertible probably removes those doubts. It is complete and unmolested but has extensive rust issues requiring attention. However, that hasn’t prevented it from… more»

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