Completely restored 1967 Ford Mustang with 53,000 original miles, a new 351 Windsor motor with 2,500 miles mated to a 4-speed manual transmission. 100% rust free body and chassis originally from California and has all original sheet metal. Everything has been replaced or renewed inside and out including a beautiful metallic blue professional paint job. All gauges and lights work and has zero leaks. It's absolutely gorgeous and cannot go anywhere without being stopped by admirers asking questions. Drives and sounds as good as it looks. This is a show quality vintage Mustang ready to go. - Rebuilt 351 Windsor w 2,500 miles- Mild cam, head work, triple angle valve job - performance aluminum intake- Edelbrock 600 Carburetor- MSD high Out put electronic ignition - Aluminum Ford Performance polished valve covers- Ford Toploader 4 speed transmission- New pressure plate and center force clutch- new transmission mount- New Power steering w new Hydraulic Steering cylinder, hoses, and ball joints - New suspension w new shocks, springs, and 1" lowering kit.- Differential rear end was upgraded with a 9" Ford Posi Traction Differential + Moser performance axles- New Metallic Lapis Blue paint job- New Retro Sound head unit- Clarion Amp - MB Quartz 6x9 rears + 6.5 fronts- New disc brakes, hoses, and new Master Cylinder.- New Eleanor Style 17"Aluminum Wheels + 4 new tires- New Flowmaster dual Exhaust system- New custom headers.l- New Shelby wood / stainless steering wheel- New, Starter, New Alternator, new Water Pump- Brand new Fuel Tank and fuel sending unit- New Ford Motor Sport Tachometer- Brand new Red Top Optima Battery - Brand New Hurst Competition Plus Shifter Assembly- All brand new bulbs + head lightsSerious buyers only. Clean title in hand. Call or text (470) 729-28-five-three.
Blue exterior, Black interior. Ford Small Block V8 engine, automatic transmission, Supercharger, Coilovers, Air Conditioning, Ground up restoration. Every nut and bolt on this Mustang is either new or refurbished. A ton of aftermarket performance parts make this car one of a kind and a real head turner everywhere it goes. The engine is a fuel injected Ford small block with a Vortech centrifugal supercharger that really pulls this Mustang down the road. Supporting mods include MSD ignition, headers, and aftermarket camshaft. The transmission shifts great and features a TCI Outlaw shifter to make sure every shift is perfect. A 9 Ford rear end is out back to make sure every bit of power gets to the road. All the front suspension has been replaced with tubular front control arms, rack and pinion steering, and coilover shocks. In the rear, the leaf springs have been ditched and replaced with a four link suspension with a larger sway bar and coilover shocks. Front and rear disc brakes slow this beast down and 17 and 18 Boyd Coddington wheels keep this Ford rolling. The exterior blue paint has a stunning shine and the black stripes really set it off. Inside, a custom interior has been installed with bucket seats, 5 point harnesses, roll bar, digital gauges, air conditioning, and custom center console. The quality of this Mustang speaks for itself. It is one of a kind and priced to sell. Come out today to see this beauty in person!
1970 Mustang Boss 302, Matching numbers, Marti reports, appraisal graded at 1-, Concours-quality. 4 speed transmission, power steering & power brakes. Finished in Grabber Blue with Black stripes and a white interior.
Classic 5.0 Fox Body Mustang convertible for sale. This car has been babied all of its life. All original with the exception of routine maintenance replacement parts. Replaced parts include a new radiator, fuel pump, alternator, battery and battery terminals, spark plugs, rear main seal, new modern a/c system, K&N rechargeable air filter, 5 point pony wheels and Nitto Extreme Performance NT 450 Tires. I've loved this car and you will too. Please let me know if you are interested in the car.
MUSTANG 1966 'A' CODE GT CONVERTIBLE, presented in just beautiful factory Tahoe Turquoise with extremely nice body, highly showroom detailed with striking luster, fully equipped with many desirable options yielding a serious Driven Show car, a very strong rebuilt proper original dated 289cid /4V
The last of the '67 Ford Shelby GT500 EXP notchback coupes known as "Little Red" is set for restoration
2007 SHELBY GT 500 CONVERTIBLE, that is a very low production presented in striking and awesome solid Torch Red color with the desirable Tape Stripe Delete option…this now presents with a strong muscle presence and just great paint luster, Ford Window Sticker, completely highly show professionally detailed, has the optional low production black/red bucket seated interior, great black top, one owner Florida history, very clean Carfax, true Driven Show rare car as this Torch Red Convertible is one of only 809 produced in this color combination (7.4%) with believed 524 with said interior out of the production of 10,847 Shelby GT 500s, then with the rare stripe delete and the two tone interior, this shows to be less than (5.0%) of that first 2007 year production, production is shown here and on the bottom of this report, it is powered by the factory special 500-horsepower supercharged version of the 5.4-liter V8, has added power is enhanced with the full Borla dual ‘X’ dual exhaust system and mufflers…great strong mellow sound, full mechanicals, the engine bay detailed as factory, the 6-speed transmission with short throw shifter works amazing, great stock alloy wheels, new uprated Goodyear Eagle F1 tires installed, all fresh fluids, Factory Manuals, no accident history, the body panels are just ‘as factory’ and the underchassis is ready for that Spring 2019 show or going to dinner parking in front of the restaurant, this writer just loved taking this to the UPS/GM Show in Atlanta, drives and sounds like a perfect modern street performance car with ‘great eyes’…this build creation process shows that the Ford Division mainstreamed Special Vehicle Team operations and entered into a new and very exciting partnership relationship with Carroll Shelby in 2006, then with the team working together, Ford and Shelby took the car that SVT had engineered to be the all-new SVT Mustang Cobra that was re-engineered in the joint effort and came to market as the 2007 Ford Shelby GT500, this was based on the all-new S197 Mustang platform, with the new exciting very bold styling and the specs that are listed just below, this was now equipped with the very top racing/engineering to produce this modern-day Shelby GT500 Convertible, the 2007 Shelby GT 500 took the muscle car world by storm with great looks and the kind of power and performance previously unheard of in any factory-built Ford Mustang, here is a Driven Show Car with credentials, see www.fraserdante.com for further information and full inventory
1964 1/2 MUSTANG 'D' CODE CONVERTIBLE, restored and finished in just an outstanding body, mechanical and cosmetic condition with just great luster of the beautiful Sunlight Yellow factory color, just looks amazing! finished with the lower stainless rocker moldings, a really well done fresh restoration, upgraded 1965 14x6 styled steel wheels with 195/75/14 narrow band whitewall or 205/70/14 B.F.Goodrich dual line radial tires, these cosmetics yield great ‘eyes’, this has the factory Data Tag showing how correct this is with the June 19, 1964 build date, very important build aspects include the rebuilt uprated 289cid dated C5 AE 1964 engine with just excellent strong compression, the Ford stamped intake has mounted the rare Autolite 4100 C4 dated 4v carburetor, below in this report are all the ‘numbers’, just installed is a great looking GT engine dress up show kit, full expensive aluminized dual ‘A’ code exhaust system that adds power, full tune and setting at the Fraser Dante shop, this now should be at least the 225 horsepower rating, fitted with a great working T5 uprated 5-speed transmission, good strong clutch system, also has the very desirable Borgeson variable ratio power steering system, also further the handing is improved with the added factory GT ¾” sway bar, new Heavy Duty fresh shocks, then the under hood Monte Carlo bar and mentioned GT sway bar also adds to the stability, NOW this has the brand new expensive Stainless Steel Corp front GT full disc system with the proper large round master cylinder just added! the factory correct black crinkle bucket seated interior is really, really nice with great padding, 4 black safety belts, has the expensive factory full length console, nice black proper power top and black boot, new lower stainless rockers really look good and finish off the build presentation, this car is top quality for outstanding build for the demanding current collector who insists that their car perform outstandingly as well as look good, there is an extraordinary file of receipts that show the long history and current condition, the added front amber GT driving and lower fog lights make this look terrific with this factory color, the chrome bumper and trim are excellent along with dual side mirrors, very solid underchassis, this really has a superior body presented with great show polished luster with a real period presentation, this is road tested for the mechanicals prepared for Spring 2019, see www.fraserdante.com for further information and full inventory
MUSTANG 1966 GT CONVERTIBLE, in a very rare authentic factory GT condition…just outstanding fresh mechanicals and has a really top presence, all the factory GT build parts are just checked as shown later in this report, now this terrific Mustang is prepared in the beautiful CandyApple Red with great luster, has the White GT striping to bring to an outstanding MCA driven show condition, two tone Pony/Parchment interior, factory ‘wood’ steering wheel, console, 4 brand new safety belts, a really great steel body and detailed red oxided underchassis that is a very authentic presentation, here is a GT convertible with factory ‘crush panels’, inside exhaust bases, steering box and proper radiator support with fog light stampings, also this is equipped with many factory options, a truly rare find in this condition, has all of the extras including the air conditioning system that is now uprated to 134a and is just checked, fresh 3 row radiator, has a strong dated correct 289 cid engine with as shown now rebuilt with the great compression just taken, with really excellent 154 to 160 lbs across in a dry cold reading, both dated heads, dated Ford intake with proper Autolite 4100/4V carburetor, this proper 'A' code dated engine block even has the dated very clean hydraulic lifter heads, blue standard air intake and valve covers as per factory, it is so hard to find so correct today, all aspects set forth as the factory rated 225 horsepower, now with the Tri-Y header exhaust system and the uprated ignition, this should be in the 235 horsepower range today, full professional tune just completed, then engine bay is highly show detailed, a full tune with show spark plug wires and plugs, just built of the C4 automatic transmission is completed with less than 100 miles, a terrific body and wonderful underchassis of all factory metal that was restored a few years ago and collector kept, now set to be in just beautiful stock show condition and the updated work late Fall 2018 by Fraser Dante, equipped with the proper Ford stamped fenders, has original terrific rear quarters and drip rails and the great underchassis, this car that came from a collection in the South, one man had a while, then another collector worked on it getting it up before purchased by Fraser Dante getting ready for Fall 2018, appears to be the top notch real deal GT Convertible seldom found today, now well shown with a great straight body in a classic, investor quality presentation, SEE THE MANY LINKS LATER IN THIS REPORT TO ASCERTAIN THE CONDITION of the terrific GT convertible, SEE www.fraserdante.com FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND FULL INVENTORY
1967 MUSTANG CONV, gorgeous show CandyApple Red, terrific stock superior body, working in-hood turn signals, black full interior, custom console, new gauges, wood steering wheel, safety belts, strong built 289cid, aluminum intake-4V, uprated ignition 8mm wires, dual exhaust via ceramic headers, custom serpentine system, cold modern air conditioning system, redone radiator with fresh coolant, power rack & pinion steering, 4-link rear suspension, power 4-wheel drilled Wilwood disc brakes, coil-overs, full front tubular suspension, strong 9" rear end, great 18" Cobra alloy wheels with new staggered radials, brand new black power top, all new chrome and trim, lower stainless rocker molding, remote stereo system, 'LED' lighting, sequential tail lights, very solid underchassis, full fresh mechanicals just checked by the Fraser Dante shop, Spring 2019, see www.fraserdante.com for further information and full inventory
MUSTANG 1965 CONVERTIBLE, restored and maintained as an extremely top quality Driven MCA show condition both mechanically and cosmetically, a very rare, just gorgeous special order color of the ‘Thunderbird Bronze’ color with an exceptional body, coming from serious Mustang collectors, has the dated believed original 289cid/4v engine just fully checked for top performance, full fresh tune, has the ‘A’ Code 4v and full dual exhaust system, uprated and very desirable Ford 4-speed AOD automatic transmission, Ford Mustang full off white Pony interior, matching white power top and new window, Ford power steering, dual line power disc brakes, expensive Mustang wood steering wheel, belief is that this is really an exceptional body with just wonderful fresh paint work and fully buffed at Fraser Dante, great luster and presentation, full car detailing just completed, VIN #s on both inner fenders, fantastic new suspension parts with said area being a priority, exceptional fully great underchassis, expensive 1965 styled steel wheels with radial narrow band whitewalls, all new brake and fuel lines, really great show luster to the highly detailed paint, now presented and finished both mechanically in all aspects along with tops cosmetically presented as top driven show car in all aspects, fully checked and ready Christmas 2018, see www.fraserdante.com for further information and full inventory
SHELBY 1966 K CODE GT350 CLONE, factory K-Code, 289cid, 4V, dual GT exhaust, 4-speed, factory correct Wimbledon White, black interior, Shelby R Model front bumper, rear quarter windows, Shelby Nardi steering wheel, GT350 striping, Shelby wheels, see www.fraserdante.com for further information and full inventory
1966 MUSTANG 'GT' CLONE COUPE, in really excellent condition, great rust free body with terrific Wimbledon White paint, great luster, see the very rare original factory Owner’s Manual, black vinyl top, strong dated 5.m.21 289cid engine, brand new 4v Edelbrock, Edelbrock aluminum intake, Cobra MCA valve covers, high-po air cleaner, styled steel wheels, new radials, working factory air conditioning system, excellent brakes, see www.fraserdante.com for further information and full inventory
1966 Mustang Convertible with a stock body that has been upgraded to the very desired and expensive ‘modern resto’ mechanical upgrades, finished in a really nice repaint in the original color of CandyApple Red with a very nice luster, lower stainless rocker moldings, the full interior has been upgraded to the correct Parchment Pony interior, a modern console, with the nicely built 302cid engine that has been upgraded with roller rockers, an aluminum intake and 4v carburetor, dual GT exhaust system, a heavy duty very positive strong clutch, the 5-speed transmission powers the restored driveshaft to the positraction rear end, with the new front end with the power rack and pinion steering, this drives amazing with the drilled and slotted 4-wheel brake system with the Wilwood master cylinder, the 17” Eleanor styled 17X7 wheels look great and have great 235/45/17 Firestone Firehawk radials for great handling, has the great Ididit tilt steering column, this car was initially built by a Mustang Club member for he and his wife, he constantly kept working on it and went a some local MCA trips, then the Spring 2019, Fraser Dante acquired the car in order to bring it up into another higher level with our professional shop, this most solid car with great underchassis is what many people desire today with the upgrades so one drives a show car with nice power and great handling, the final finish is expected late March 2019, a really exceptional buy, see www.fraserdante.com for further information and full inventory
During the recent 50th anniversary celebrations surrounding the Ford Mustang, it gives us pause to realize that there really arent many cars that are as universally loved. Take this 1965 Ford Mustang convertible just about anywhere this side of a Super Chevy show, and itll find a large group of enthusiastic admirers and the new owner will quickly discover that everyone is your friend when you drive a drop-top pony car. The bright red paint looks right on the tidy, trim first-generation Mustang shape. While this one was originally Silver Blue, theres no sign of it anywhere, inside or out, suggesting a full disassembly during the restoration and the results were worth it. The finish highlights the cars important parts such as the crease along the tops of the fenders and the famous C-scoop on the flanks. Fit and finish are pretty darned good for a car thats built to cruise, and you can see even at a distance that the doors and hood fit quite well. The two-stage urethane finish has a decent shine that shows a few swirls and polishing marks, but with a professional buff, this car will sparkle on the show field. Nice chrome bumpers were surely replaced during the cosmetic stages of the restoration and while it packs a V8, it doesnt advertise beyond the usual 289 badges and twin exhaust pipes out back. The black interior is correct and replaces the original code 22 Blue upholstery, so you know it has been restored. Handsome bucket seats flank a nicely restored center console, giving this bright ragtop a very upscale look. The 65s still used the wide central speedometer with outer pods for fuel level and temperature, and were guessing that the instrument panel is original albeit in good shape. A matching black steering wheel works rather well in the monochromatic interior and theres an AM radio head unit in the dash thats probably due for an upgrade for cruising this summer. The dash pad, carpets, and door panels are all in excellent condition and theres a very nicely done white convertible top that folds flush and disappears under a matching black boot. The trunk is also correctly finished with a new reproduction mat and full-sized spare tire assembly. Experts will already have glanced at the VIN and noticed that this is a C-code car, meaning a 289 cubic inch V8 with a 2-barrel carburetor and 200 horsepower. Youre in luck, because thats whats in there today. Looking quite tidy under the hood, it brings a fat torque curve to the game which makes this Mustang far more entertaining to drive. With chrome valve covers and a matching air cleaner, it has a neo-GT look and those fender braces do make a noticeable improvement in front-end stiffness. Its backed by a C4 3-speed automatic transmission and an 8-inch rear end which are rugged enough to handle the V8s horsepower, and the car has been fitted with power steering that makes it very easy to handle. The underside of the car is remarkably clean and theres a new gas tank and a recent dual exhaust system hanging out back. It rolls on optional styled steel wheels and theyre wrapped in fat 195/75/14 whitewall radials. Affordable fun in the sun, thats the Mustang. With the right combination of charisma and performance, this is a wonderful car to own. Call today!
For a quick refresher on how evolution works, look no further than the Ford Mustang. Each generation gets more powerful, more capable, and more comfortable, all to keep up with the Bowties across town. This 2014 Ford Mustang Roush Stage 3 is a beautifully preserved, unmodified specimen, but dont for a minute think that its a pushover. Not with 575 horsepower on tap, its not. The burgundy color is rather rare and its is an excellent choice on your 550+ horsepower Mustang. Elegant, pure, and unadorned, it lets the horsepower do all the talking. The all-new Mustang bodywork retains the classic look and theres no question that this one has Ford Blue blood running through its veins, although the Roush body kit makes it look even sleeker than before. Obviously its always been a fair-weather toy and not a daily driver, and with 7870 miles on the clock, it still looks virtually new. There might be a nick here and there, and maybe a scuff on the low-hanging chin spoiler, but were guessing that this car enjoyed being babied almost every weekend. The finish is spectacular, far better than youd expect for a mass-produced pony car, and the Roush upgrades do make the all-new Mustang look longer, lower, and yes, nastier. Youd be a fool to mess with this car on the street. Ford gave the Mustang big upgrades inside, starting with ultra-supportive leather bucket seats that are only a few steps away from being racetrack-ready. The horizontal pleats are definitely a nod to the past but everything else is state-of-the-art in pony car performance. Theres almost zero wear on any of the seating surfaces and just a few creases from someone sitting behind the wheel, but theyre easy to miss. Everything else is as-new and fully operational. The gauges are retro-style but high-tech, with the computer screen between them so you can select trip functions or seat the car up just the way you want it. Theres a ripping 6-speed shifter in the center console, topped by a fat cue ball knob thats pure retro cool and the big trunk is surprisingly functional for a car whose primary mission is speed. And this car is so fresh, even the original floor mats havent been installed yet The 5.0 liter DOHC supercharged Coyote V8 has everything Roush knows about horsepower packed into it. In the day of 700+ horsepower Dodge Hellcats and 650 horsepower Camaros, it was the only proper response. The big supercharger sits on top, funny car style, and force-feeds the high-tech powerplant enough boost to make 575 horsepower and 505 pounds of torque. It is not modified and hasnt been raced, so no worries about a track dog or a car thats been thrashed, and it has obviously been well-maintained. A few red accents suggest this isnt a garden-variety Mustang and of course there are the requisite production badges that make it special. Underneath, theres a Roush-tuned suspension and barking exhaust system, and they work to elevate the Mustangs performance significantly. Giant Brembo disc brakes give it plenty of stopping power for the engines performance and the grippy Cooper radials on optional Hyper Black Roush alloy wheels do their best to hook it all up. Always exclusive and always fast, this Roush delivers more of everything that makes the Mustang great. Beautifully preserved and unmodified, this is the one to keep for posterity. Call now!
No need to adjust your monitor, theres nothing wrong; this 1969 Ford Mustang fastback really is that low. Professionally built to show standards, this Mustang is more than just radical, its a runner! With a 428 Cobra Jet V8 up front, 4-wheel disc brakes, a 5-speed, and big wheels and tires, this is a pro-touring Mustang with a wild look that nobody will be able to duplicate. High-end customs like this rarely come to market, but if you want to stand out and get noticed, a pro build is a great way to do it. The roof was chopped two inches and sectioned three inches to give it that radically lowered profile, but it remains instantly identifiable as a Mustang. The astronomical amount of work required to build this car is visible everywhere you look, because without another Mustang next to it, its hard to see where the modifications really took place. The fender flares still look right, the scoop in the quarter panel is intact, and while it looks even wider than stock, that part is just an illusion. Spectacular black paint is just the right choice to showcase the radical metalwork, and its deep enough to prove that nobody was cutting corners on this build, because its simply gorgeous. Red stripes are a riff on the Boss 302 and Mach 1 graphics, and all the factory stainless trim was trimmed, modified, and shaped to fit the altered windows. Out back theres a custom light bar for a taillight, the only part that doesnt quite look like its from a Mustang. You could walk around this car for hours and not see all the tricks used to make it look like this. Its astounding. Dont worry, the interior is fully operational and comfortable enough for real-world use. The buckets are from a C3 Corvette, so theyre the right size and shape for a low-slung car like this. The Mustang dash was subtly reworked and filled with beautiful Classic Instruments gauges in a carbon fiber panel and even the stock Mustang door panels were reworked to fit in the sectioned doors. Too cool! A 5-speed manual transmission has a cool carbon-fiber mini console and a pistol-grip knob and the three-spoke steering wheel is elegant. Full custom carpets, a powerful AM/FM/CD stereo system, cold A/C, and a few additional bits of carbon fiber make this a great place to hang out. Its strictly a 2-seater, with the former back seat area converted to a rather spacious storage shelf, while the trunk carries a spare tire assembly with matching cover. This Mustang remains 100% Ford thanks to a burly 428 Cobra Jet V8. Its tucked into the engine bay rather neatly, considering that they had three fewer inches of clearance under the hood. Wearing Ford Blue, it looks right, particularly with the oval air cleaner and finned valve covers for a vintage Ford performance feel. It isnt radical, but in this car, does it really need to be? Its reliable, powerful, and a lot of fun to drive thanks to the 5-speed manual gearbox and 4-wheel disc brakes. The front suspension is Mustang II with rack-and-pinion steering, so it feels modern, while the rear suspension is directly from a 2001 Mustang GT. Its amazing how smooth and composed this custom feels on the road. The custom exhaust system tucks up neatly to give it that pavement-hugging stance and it sits on 17-inch Coys alloy wheels that look giant only because of the radical body mods. Very few show cars drive as well as this one, and it looks spectacular. If you want to start winning the truly big trophies or just enjoy having the most radical car at any show you attend, this Mustang is the ticket. Call today!
While some of you might remember when early Mustangs were cheap beaters, your kids will never know that cars like this cool 1966 Ford Mustang GT coupe were anything but cherished heirlooms. Its a real-deal GT with an A-code 289, making it the ideal Mustang for the guy who has perhaps outgrown his urge to make trouble but still wants to look like he could if he wanted to. Code Z Sauterne Gold was this cars original color, but when it was repainted just recently, it got a racy coat of Wimbledon White with black stripes, just for effect. Its not a show car but it sure looks cool and we like the way they took the black vinyl top and added to for a cohesive look. You should also bear in mind the cost of that paint job while looking at the price, too, because this car was put together as someones keeper, not a quick fluff-and-buff to make a buck. Of course, when the paint looks that good, the trim needs to be up to the same levels, so the bumpers wear bright plating, the stainless was polished, and all the little stuff was restored or replaced to make it all look equally sharp. They also added a chin spoiler for a bit of a road race look and it does carry all its proper GT equipment, from the fog lamps up front to the twin trumpet exhaust out back, and its all legit. But as nice as the exterior is, the interior will simply break your heart. Sure, the Pony interior always looks great, but somehow this two-tone black and white combination is especially appealing. The seat covers have that soft shine that only comes from correct materials, and the embossed running ponies on the seatbacks are crisp and vivid, the sign of the high-dollar stuff, not the cheap covers. A center console is a great addition to any Mustang, as is the quick-shifting automatic transmission thats always ready to rock. The gauges are original and still in nice shape, framed by the wood-rimmed steering wheel and woodgrained instrument panel, indicative of the upscale Deluxe Interior. An AM/FM/cassette stereo head unit lives in the center of the dash, and the under-dash A/C unit has been there since 1966 (needs to be serviced). As a bonus, the trunk is full of spare parts, including a second set of wheels. The engine is a correct A-code 289 cubic inch V8, fully restored and highly detailed. Dominated by the A/C compressor and chrome air cleaner, the snarky small block sounds awesome and moves the coupe with authority. Ford Blue paint looks great accented by chrome valve covers, and the satin black inner fenders are in awesome condition. Theres also a massive aluminum radiator up front with an electric fan to keep things cool. Of note, this car also carries optional power steering and front disc brakes, which were standard on the GT, making it the kind of car that youll appreciate most after a long day and the drive home is something to savor. The C4 3-speed automatic transmission shifts cleanly and the 8-inch rear has 3.00 gears for easy cruising. And its so clean that theres still factory red oxide primer on the floors. A recent dual exhaust system with resonators sounds great and it wears chrome wheels with spinners and 195/70/14 blackwall radials. Nicely finished, this aggressive Mustang GT covers all the bases: fast, comfortable, stylish, and extremely entertaining. Call today!
Mustang coupes represent one of the biggest bargains in the old car hobby today. Often living in the shadow of their convertible and fastback siblings, cars like this 1970 Ford Mustang Grade coupe offer the same performance, same handsome interior, and same street presence, all for less cash. Talk about a win-win situation! Refinished a few years ago, this slick pony is just more proof that theres no such thing as an ugly 1970 Mustang. Its wearing correct code 2 Light Ivy Yellow paint, which is how it came from the factory, and it still looks appealing today. From the wide-mouth grille to the sport mirrors to the traditional three-element taillights, this car is pure American fun from any angle. Finish work is extremely good, particularly for a car in this price class, and offers a high-visibility shine and excellent gaps, all of which make it stand out. Subtle details reveal themselves after you get acquainted, such as the Mustang script on the front fenders, blacked-out tail panel, and twin chrome tailpipes sticking out below the bumper. Add in a nicely done white vinyl roof, and you have a great-looking pony car that will be the center of attention but one that never seems to be trying too hard. High-back bucket seats anchor a nicely finished interior in the original code AG Ivy Green Houndstooth, which is extremely attractive. Coupes and fastbacks shared the same parts, and from behind the wheel its almost impossible to tell them apart. The deeply set gauges look sporty and in this car appear to be in completely original condition, and we believe the door panels are original equipment as well. The carpets and dash pad are in such good shape that they have to be fresh, and the woodgrained appliques on the doors and console are bright and crisp. Options include factory A/C (needs to be serviced) and an unusual AM/FM/8-track stereo in the dash. The trunk has been lined with sound-deadening materials so this Grande sounds suitably hushed inside, and a full-sized Magnum 500 wheel and matching BFG radial are a nice find. Performance is entertaining, too, especially when youre carrying a great-running 302 cubic inch V8. Rugged and easy to maintain, the 302 is a great choice and thanks to an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor and intake manifold, theres plenty of performance on tap. Inside theres a mild street cam so it pulls hard but isnt fussy, and MSD supplied the coil and distributor to light it up. The engine bay is neatly detailed with a chrome air cleaner and Ford Racing aluminum valve covers and its nice to see details like original-style hose clamps, which suggest someone really cared. The transmission is a C4 3-speed automatic feeding a stock rear end with 3.00 gears inside, making this a low-stress cruiser. The exhaust system is very recently installed, including great-sounding mufflers and those cool chrome tips, and its impressively clean underneath. Handsome Magnum 500 wheels always look right and carry 225/60/14 BFGoodrich T/A radials all around. Neatly sorted and ready to enjoy, this high-visibility Mustang will get admiring glances anywhere it goes. Even more importantly, youll feel like a million bucks from behind the wheel. Call today!
The wonderful thing about vintage Mustangs is their interchangeability. Not only do you get a wide variety of performance and styling parts you can use to customize your pony, but thanks to the long-running small block V8, upgrades can come from the factory as well as the aftermarket. Dig this 1965 Mustang coupe, a nice-looking cruiser with a fuel-injected 5.0-liter heart that feels anything but old. But before we talk about the hardware, take a look at how pretty this coupe is. Perhaps also borrowing from a late-model color pallet, the clean metallic blue paint looks right on the old coupes bodywork. Perhaps a descendant of Guardsman Blue, it has a great shine thanks to a recent color sand and buff, plus an inviting look that doesnt hide the Mustangs identity behind excessive flash. Instead, it shows off nice sheetmetal, good gaps, and a lot of love that went into the build. Clearly someone was thinking carefully about this car as it was going together, and they kept it simple; no stripes, no wing out back, nothing but a chin spoiler to distract from that classic look. Bright chrome trim is all quite nice, given that the aftermarket is full of replacement stuff, and the whole car has a very polished look. Sure, it has a few signs of use, but you wont be ashamed to show up in this one at the local cruise-in. The black interior looks quite stock, including the low-back buckets wearing fresh seat covers, new door panels with matching pleats, and fresh black carpets on the floor. The original instrument panel is full of stock gauges in fair condition, and there are auxiliary dials under the dash to watch the warmed-over 5.0. The shifter looks like it belongs on a manual transmission, but its actually managing an AOD 4-speed automatic overdrive, which makes this Mustang a great highway cruiser. A factory 3-spoke wheel is always a welcome addition and the stereo is an AM/FM unit designed to fit neatly in the original slot. The trunk is neatly finished with a reproduction mat plus a full-sized spare tire assembly. Since the modern 5.0 liter EFI V8 is just a Windsor-based 302, it slides right between the 65s shock towers without a lot of hassles. Torquey, smooth, and virtually bulletproof, the freshly rebuilt 5.0 works as well here as it did back in 1993 when it was powering a Fox-body pony. Keeping as many OEM components as possible means its reliable and easy to service with over-the-counter parts, and thanks to Fords wonderful EEC-IV engine management system, it starts instantly and idles smoothly every time, regardless of the weather. And youll never get tired of watching the jaws drop when you pop the hood at a show and everyone sees that familiar long-runner intake and serpentine belt drive system. The aforementioned AOD transmission is freshly rebuilt and is the perfect complement to the injected V8. The modern V8 powers the original rear end with fresh 3.50 Yukon gears inside. A custom dual exhaust system was fabricated for the new motor and it has that familiar 5.0 bark. The front suspension is a custom A-arm setup with rack-and-pinion steering and 4-wheel disc brakes give it modern stopping power. Cool Torque Thrust wheels are always in fashion and they carry staggered BFGoodrich rubber that fits the cars personality perfectly. Given the price of the conversion and the quality of the paint and interior, we have to call this car a screaming bargain. And like most Mustangs here at Streetside Classics, we doubt itll last long. Call today!
This 1967 Shelby GT500 fastback is a rather amazing find for those of us who love survivors. Placed into storage in 1970 when it was just three years old, it remained untouched until 2005 when it was fully rehabilitated, including a fresh engine rebuild. With original paint, original interior, and a dual-quad 428 Police Interceptor engine, this is an extraordinary discovery. Any Shelby will cause a stir at most car shows, but if you want to cause a stir at a Shelby show, this GT500 is how you do it. With an unblemished history and fantastic patina thats seldom seen, this is a survivor in the purest sense of the word. Thats original 1967-vintage Nightmist Blue paint on top of unmarked factory sheetmetal, and original paint means no nonsense hiding underneath. It is certainly not perfect but it would be a capital crime to even consider painting this car. It gives us a great window into the past so we can see exactly how these cars were built, the condition of the fiberglass back in the 60s, and all those other details that seem to get erased by time. It has spent its life in Alabama, so rust is a non-issue and the storage was clean, warm, and dry because even the chrome still shines up nicely. Its worth noting that this car also has all its original glass and lenses, factory emblems, and even the selling dealers badge on the tail. This is as good as survivors get. Storage was equally kind to the interior, which features factory comfort-weave buckets, a beautiful Shelby wood steering wheel, and even original carpets. Yes, of course theres some fading but again, its a wonderful glimpse into the past and a benchmark car for restorers looking to make tomorrows show winners. And heres a hint: they were not perfect when they were new. Its great to see that there are no splits or tears in the upholstery, the gauges are bright with crystal clear lenses, and even the accessory Stewart-Warner dials under the dash look almost new. This Shelby is also equipped with factory A/C, which is still set up for R12 (the system was rebuilt in 2005 but needs a charge today). It does have the Shelby roll bar and shoulder harnesses, fold-down rear seat, and even the optional courtesy light package. The trunk is outfitted with the original mat and what is likely the original spare tire which is still in fantastic condition. When you stepped up to the GT500, you received the mighty 428 Police Interceptor V8, rated at 355 horsepower, although weve all pretty much realized that number is light by about 60 ponies. Its obviously the cars original engine, and it was fully rebuilt including new pistons, bearings, rings, valvetrain, and all the other little pieces so its as good as new. With only 894 miles on the car since it was refurbished, the engine remains strong and ready to rock. They were careful not to erase originality under the hood, so it isnt shiny and perfect, but rather perfectly correct given the cars miraculous preservation. There are correct radiator hoses, the big Cobra air cleaner covers two rebuilt 4-barrel carburetors, and even the finned valve covers are those that were on it when it left the factory. The C6 3-speed automatic transmission shifts cleanly and spins the original 3.50 Traction-Lok 9-inch rear end. Theres factory-applied red oxide primer on the solid floors, a reproduction exhaust system, and those lovely Kelsey-Hayes wheels with F60-15 Firestone Polyglas GT tires. Documentation is obviously extensive, including manuals, books, a Marti Report (showing this is one of only eight equipped this way), restoration receipts, and more. This is an incredible find and a benchmark Shelby that deserves to be in the most respected Shelby collections in the country. Call today!
This pro-built Pro-Touring 1968 Ford Mustang coupe has every trick you could want under its glowing blue skin. Trading on a Shelby-esque look, it packs serious firepower in the form of an injected 5.0 small block, a highly functional interior, and a reworked suspension thatll keep it tight with some pretty serious hardware. Sometimes you know a car is right from the start, and this is one of those cars. With bright electric blue paint and very subtle ghost stripes, it will certainly stand out anywhere it goes, but it also nails the stance and adds a few custom details that will make necks snap back for a second look. Shelby-style details include a billet grille with built-in fog lights, faired-in scoops on the quarter panels, and the glassed-in ducktail spoiler out back looks especially trick when combined with sequential Thunderbird (Shelby) taillights. Of course, it goes without saying that the bodywork underneath is very nicely done and the paint has been buffed to a brilliant shine that shows off the vivid blue finish to great effect. The hood was inspired by the late-model GT500 Super Snake, plus a deep chin spoiler thats a cool change from the usual stuff. A custom rear roll pan, shaved door handles, and a billet fuel filler give it a very custom look without losing its Mustang identity. Youll be absolutely blown away by the upgrades inside. Deeply bolstered buckets from a late-model Mustang have been upholstered in white leather with pony embroidery on the headrests, and the rear bench has been finished to match. The door panels look especially slick and the dashboard is full of Auto Meter gauges. A tilt steering column and a wood-rimmed 3-spoke steering wheel make it easy to get comfortable, and your hand will naturally fall on the custom shifter for the 5-speed manual gearbox. A custom center console blends old and new seamlessly and a Pioneer AM/FM/Bluetooth stereo with speakers scattered throughout the interior sounds awesome. In back, the trunk is neatly finished with custom enclosures for the subwoofers and amplifiers making it a show-stopper all by itself. But the hardware is the real star of this show. The engine is a fuel-injected crate 5.0 fortified for combat. Installed about 3000 miles ago, it features mostly factory hardware that makes it bulletproof reliable and very torquey around town. A custom intake snorkel looks trick and the engine has a monochromatic paint job that seems right for this extroverted Mustang. With factory engine controls, it starts instantly and idles well, and there are bottomless reserves of torque that make this coupe legitimately quick. The Tremec 5-speed manual transmission was installed at the same time as the engine and gives this vintage pony a very up-to-date feel. With upgrades like rack-and-pinion steering, oversized sway bars, and stiffer shocks and springs, handling is exceptional. Four-wheel discs provide all the stopping power youll need, and with block-hugging headers and Flowmasters, youll have no problems getting attention. The rear end is a 9-inch with 3.50 gears inside and it sits on 18-inch Torque Thrust wheels with grippy 235/40/18 performance radials. A vintage pony with a slick look and performance to back it up, this coupe offers a lot of performance for a lot less than it would cost to build your own. Like what you see? Call us for all the details!
A little bit of road race, a little bit of luxury, and a touch of Shelby make this 1966 Ford Mustang coupe stand out in a big way. There are some substantial upgrades under the skin to make it ride and drive like a more modern car and theres no denying the sinister look that transforms the friendly Mustang into a hardcore piece of iron. We know Shelby didnt build coupes for public consumption, but the ones they took to the track might have looked a bit like this slick little coupe. Of course, Shelby was about speed, so nothing they were building looked this pretty, with miles-deep midnight blue paint and contrasting white rocker stripes to really make it pop. Theres a Shelby-style grille up front and the cowl induction hood makes the simple Mustang look aggressive without being over-done. Finish quality is quite good for a car with this much performance, showing that not only was the focus on going fast but also looking good and when you show up in this pony, people are definitely going to notice. The chrome bumpers look almost new and they added a GT rear valence with the exhaust poking through, which is always a welcome upgrade on an early Mustang. This car has a great look! The gorgeous tan interior isnt like any early Mustang youve driven. Fresh ProCar Elite buckets are infinitely more comfortable than the original stools and with a tunnel-hugging center console, it feels more like 2005 than 1965 inside. A wood-rimmed steering wheel and stock-style door panels are a link to the past, but the instrument panel full of trick Auto Meter instruments gives the dash a whole new look. A 4-point hoop behind the seats offers structural strength as well as a place to mount the 4-point harnesses that add welcome safety (critical in a car that generates speed like this one does). The work is recent so everything is in excellent condition, including the back seat that wears fresh Pony seat covers to match the front buckets and the trunk is finished with a correct plaid mat as well as an aluminum battery box that helps with weight distribution. Like all great early Mustangs, this one packs a snarling 302 cubic inch crate motor that definitely wants to run. It was built by Blue Print and features the usual upgrades like an aluminum intake manifold, Holley double pumper, and an HEI distributor to light it up. Its dressed to impress with chrome valve covers and a detailed look thats mostly traditional V8 performance. A big aluminum radiator has a giant electric fan and a set of long-tube headers feeding a Flowmaster exhaust system so it sounds like Lemans all over again. The original 3-speed manual transmission is gone, replaced by a slick-shifting 5-speed with overdrive, so its a great highway cruiser. The front suspension has a fat sway bar and disc brakes, so it handles beautifully. Big 15-inch Torque Thrust wheels tie it to the 60s but are fitted with modern 225/60/15 front and 235/60/15 rear BFGoodrich performance radials. With just enough race gear to feel potent, this cool pro-touring style pony delivers lots of fun with a vintage twist, all at a very affordable price. Call today!
Dont let the low-key look fool you, this is a clean little Mustang coupe that includes a smooth 289, unusual and attractive Acapulco Blue paint, and enough upgrades to make you want to drive it every day. With Mustangs in the spotlight at every show, even coupes are seeing nice gains, so if youve been wanting an affordable vintage pony, this might be a great opportunity. The bright blue paint on this handsome coupe looks very much like code D Acapulco blue, which was a somewhat rare color in 1967, but given how it looks you have to wonder why. Its not a powder blue, but rather a strong metallic that seems to change as you walk around it and the light moves across the panels. Its definitely got a pleasing shine thanks to two-stage urethane paint, and since its already a few years old, you dont have to worry about being the first one to put a scratch on it. And we especially like the way theyve kept it simple: no stripes, no fake GT equipment, no vinyl top. The lowered stance is enough to make the coupe look aggressive without being over-done. Some nice chrome, polished stainless, and a classic Mustang grille all add to the well-maintained vibe of this coupe. The standard black interior is also how this car was specd originally and it looks quite nice today. Lots of fairly recent equipment and correctly detailed seat covers and door panels give it a very inviting air inside. Newer carpets and weather seals make it feel solid and quiet inside and heavy rubber Mustang floor mats help keep it tidy. Options include an under-dash A/C unit as well as an AM/FM/iPod stereo in the original radios spot, with modern speakers throughout the passenger compartment. Original gauges are in decent shape and a fat wood-rimmed steering wheel seems like the right choice in a vintage Mustang. The back seat looks completely untouched and the trunk is trimmed with a correct plaid mat. Theres every reason to believe this is the original C-code 289 cubic inch V8 living under the hood. Its quite stock save for a few chrome dress-up pieces, and has that eager, bubbly feeling that made these torquey, small-displacement engines so popular. Ford Blue is on the block while reproduction decals were used to add authenticity. The giant A/C compressor suggests that the A/C was installed at the dealer or early in this cars life and the Optmia battery ensures that it fires up every single time without worries. Backed by a C4 3-speed automatic transmission and tall gears inside the pumpkin, its a superlative cruiser that feels quick but doesnt get too busy on the highway. Racy-sounding glasspack mufflers make the most of the 289s output and the undercarriage is surprisingly clean and well-kept. New parts include the gas tank, shocks, and exhaust system, and power steering is a welcome option. Attractive styled steel wheels are an inch bigger than stock and carry fat 235/60/15 front and 245/60/15 rear performance radials. Simple, fun, and easy to maintain, early Mustangs are popular for a lot of very good reasons. If youve been looking for a value-priced Mustang with no excuses, this is it. Call today!