1969 Ford Mustang Sportsroof 428 Cobra Jet Survivor!

With the overwhelming popularity of the Ford Mustang in the pony field and the sheer number of cars produced, finding a vintage offering in the marketplace at any given time is rarely a problem.  But running across one that… more»

Tent Find: 1970 Ford Mustang Fastback Project

All upside down. That’s what the offer of this 1970 Mustang SportsRoof is. The car is a shell that has been made up into a Mach 1 (kinda), but with no engine or other associated driveline components other than… more»

Canadian, Eh? 1969 Shelby GT 500 Back in the USA

Larry D spied this superb 1969 Shelby GT500, which will be going up for auction in Dallas at the Mecum event in early September. The story is familiar—the 1969 and 1970 Shelby cars were the last of the first-generation… more»

SportsRoof 351 V8! 1970 Ford Galaxie 500

From the late 1950s and into the 1970s, the Galaxie 500 was Ford’s top-selling car (except during the early Mustang years). It was a full-size family car with a level of trim that was comparable to the Chevrolet Impala…. more»

1969 Ford Mustang With a 428 Cobra Jet and 13k Documented Miles!

Hidden away in this garage is a 1969 Mustang with a long competition history. Not only does it feature one of the most desirable drivetrain combinations available in that model year, but it has a genuine and documented 13,600… more»

Price Slashed! 1969 Ford Galaxie XL

This 1969 Ford Galaxie XL is a one-owner classic that has just been unearthed in a Minnesota barn. It isn’t clear how long it has been sitting, but it is now at the stage where it runs and drives… more»

Broken In: 1969 Ford Mustang SportsRoof

It is hard to argue that this car is not a barn find. It has been sitting for 30 years in Seymour, Indiana waiting to be rescued. Bought from an estate sale, the car can be seen here on… more»

Cheap and Cheerful: 1973 Mustang SportsRoof

By 1973, the Mustang was virtually unrecognizable when placed beside the car that had emerged from Ford only a few years before. However, while we can be quick to condemn the Mustang for the way that it grew, it… more»