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Wow, this is a lot of Mustang for not a lot of money. You'd be hard-pressed to find a duplicate to this C-code pony with a strong-running 289 V8 engine and a 4-speed for the asking price. Slick white paint, a beautiful black interior, and a lot of charisma make this a fantastic way to get into the Mustang hobby without a major investment. Repainted in Wimbledon White, this handsome coupe shows ...
Chevelles are fine and GTOs get a lot of attention, but if you want to stand out from the typical muscle-car crowd, this 1969 Torino GT is the only alternative. With a strong-running 302 cubic inch V8, it's the Blue Oval's answer to the ubiquitous A-body. Better still, it's a bargain compared to its bowtie-wearing rivals and quite a bit rarer to boot! A bit sleeker and more aggressive compared ...
This ultra-clean 1937 Ford Coupe is one heck of a rod for the price. Professionally built with all the goodies you'd expect from a piece costing twice as much, it's a show-stopper that's ready to cruise and show this summer. It's a Downs Fiberglass body that captures the cool art-deco look of the original, from the deep V-shaped front grille and faired-in headlights to the sleek 3-window coupe ...
We should be grateful to old Mustangs like this 1965 Ford Mustang convertible. The Mustang is not only the granddaddy of the pony car, but it's a gateway to the hobby that remains affordable, fun, and universally loved. There just aren't many other vehicles that are known around the world that can also deliver this much fun for so little cash. This C-code ragtop is Exhibit A in the case of why ...
As the last of the muscle Mustangs, this 1973 Mach 1 has some pretty big shoes to fill. Fortunately, it scores on every front, from a cool color combination to a powerful 351C Cobra Jet V8 powerplant to options like factory A/C. Nice, right? Code 6F on the trim tag means that the Gold Glow finish on this car is how it left the factory. It was uncommon back in 1973 and very rare today, but as we...
This 1970 Mustang sportsroof is proof that you don't need to spend a fortune to own a cool Mustang. With a snappy 302 under the hood, a great color combination, and a few Mach 1 touches, it has the look everyone is paying big money to own, all for a bargain price. If everyone made a list of the top 10 best-looking muscle cars of all time, the 1970 Ford Mustang fastback would probably be on a ma...
This is a very unique 1970 Mustang. Unique in its rare combination of features as well as its original color combination, and unique in being a one owner car that still has its original, numbers matching 351 Cleveland engine. There is a display board for this car that details out the features and numbers more thoroughly, so don't forget to ask your salesperson to see it. For now, check out this...
This is a very rare, and very correct, numbers matching, 1970 Boss 302 Mustang. It has also been very nicely restored to show car standards. If you are a discriminating buyer who has been looking for one of the surviving examples of the just over 7,000 cars they built in order to meet homologation rules for the SCCA Trans Am series, then you should not wait long to call or come down and check t...
Candy Apple Red has got to be the best name ever for a car color. Any car painted that color has got to be fun, right? On top of that, when Ford designed the original Mustang, they created a compact, sporty American car that was fun to drive. It literally started the Pony car movement. So, how much fun do you think you can have with a Candy Apple Red Mustang? Come on down, check this car out, a...
This car is very rare, very correct, and very well done. So be sure to check out the binder full of documentation that includes a very thorough professional appraisal report as well as the Marti Report, the original invoice, the factory build sheet, restoration photos, and receipts for those details. Sunlit Gold is not only a beautiful color, it's one you don't see too often and is the factory ...