This 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 Fastback is Peak Muscle Car Goodness
The Ford Mustang Boss 302 needs no introduction. It has etched its name in the history books, and 50+ years later, it is still a sought-after car. Mecum Auctions has one 1970 fastback example come up on its website, and it is the closest thing to perfection. This Boss 302 is finished in a Lime Metallic shade and is expected to fetch a six-digit price. Are you interested?
Cool Car For Sale: This Mint-Condition 2006 Ford GT With Just 50 Miles Has Lived In Royalty All Its Life!
Value for the first-generation Ford GT is on the rise and finding one with low miles can be a challenge. This particular listing of a 2006 GT caught my attention as it has just 50 miles on the clock. It is up for sale at the Sarchione Auto Gallery up in Canton Ohio for $685,000.
This 1962 Ford Thunderbird Could Be Just One of 40 in Existence
If your memory of the Ford Thunderbird only includes the 10th-generation coupe that was nearly identical to the Mercury Cougar or the failure that was the radically and retro-styled 11th-gen model, then you’ve been ripped off. See, when the Thunderbird was first launched in 1955, it was a stylish two-seat coupe that was as bold as it was interesting. It was produced in mass numbers and was even switched to a four-seat layout after 1958 before being completely redesigned in 1961. That’s where the 1962 Thunderbird that you see here comes into play. The thunderbird itself might not be rare, but this one certainly is, and I’ll explain why.
Would You Buy A 1966 Ford Mustang Speedster?
When it comes to the Ford Mustang, the first generation is without a doubt our favorite. In fact, we still dream that at one point the 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429 will be in our garage. But we will settle with any other model year from the generation. So, it really hurts to see that someone did something like this to a poor 1966 Mustang. They chopped the roof altogether, transformed the Mustang into a Speedster, and then listed it on Bringatrailer.
First Production Version 2022 Ford Shelby GT500KR Will Be Auctioned For Charity
The Shelby GT500KR was launched in December 2021 to honor Shelby American’s 60th anniversary. Based on the Mustang GT500, the new GT500KR is really worthy of its name: ‘King of the Road!’ It delivers an impressive 900 horsepower and features a carbon-fiber hood, custom wheels, tires, suspension tuning, interior, and anniversary badges.
Of course, it will be built in very limited numbers: 225 units, 60 kits each for 2020, 2021, and 2022 model years in the U.S., and 45 in total outside the States. The car kit is also not very cheap: $54,995, not including the $72,900 price of a Mustang GT500. Now, the first production 2022 Shelby GT500KR will be auctioned by Barret Jackson on January 28, 2022 with 100% of the proceeds benefitting the Carroll Shelby Foundation and JDRF.
2021 Ford Bronco Pope Francis Center First Edition Will Be Auctioned For Charity
No, Pope Francis is not changing his popemobile! This one-off Bronco Pope Francis Center First Edition was built by Ford in cooperation with Pope Francis Center in Detroit, and will be auctioned by Barrett-Jackson Auction in Scottsdale, Arizona, on Thursday. All proceeds will go to Detroit’s Pope Francis Center in its fight against homelessness.
A One of a Kind 1967 Ford Mustang Custom Coupe Cruises Into Barrett Jackson
This 2004 Ford Shelby Cobra Concept Could Be Worth Millions
The 2004 Shelby Cobra concept is as good as concept cars get. Unlike most other concepts which are just clay models or physical shells without a powertrain, this one-off Cobra is one that actually runs and can be driven. This one-of-a-kind lightweight roadster packs a lot of power under the hood, and it’s about to be auction off for, probably, big bucks.
You’ll Never Believe How Much Ken Block is Selling His F-150 Hoonitruck For
Ken Block startled his followers and the motorsport world by announcing the end of his over-decade-long partnership with Ford at the beginning of 2021. After a decade of living and breathing the vehicles with the blue oval, several of his renowned gymkhana and rallycross vehicles have gone up for sale in the six months following that announcement. Since the year began, Block has been steadily selling several modified Ford cars in his garage.
The most sought-after of his vehicles from his fleet is now up for sale. Yes, the Hoonitruck is for sale. Here’s what you need to know.
This Supercharged Lowrider ’68 F-100 Is Absolutely Droolworthy
The world can never have enough lowrider trucks, especially if they’re vintage and are customized tastefully. Autotopia recently covered a customized 1968 F-100 that looks great and features a Mustang V-8 crate engine. The truck was originally a magazine project for Classic Trucks, but went on sale last year and was purchased at an auction by the current owner. Looks neat, doesn’t it?
Own a Piece of Baja 1000 History With This Very Special Ford Bronco
Born out of the sheer need and desire to push boundaries, Big Oly wrote history at Baja 1000, where it came out victorious two years in a row, in 1971 and 1972, with further victories at the 1973 Baja 500 and Mint 400. Mind you, this was not your run-of-the-mill Ford Bronco.
This 2018 Ford GT ’67 Heritage Edition Could Change Hands for Millions
One of the rarest versions of the Ford GT supercar is headed for the auction block, and it could fetch up to seven figures if everything goes as anticipated. A 2018 Ford GT Heritage Edition can be all yours provided you have the pockets to afford it. One of these special edition models is headed to a Mecum Auctions event that will run from November 12 to November 14 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
It’s expected to fetch a king’s ransom considering that used 2018 GT models are already fetching over $1 million in the used (super)car market. Even better, this isn’t your “standard” Ford GT; it’s a Heritage Edition GT that was launched in 2018 and comes with, among other exclusive touches, an engine coil cover that’s signed by drivers Dan Gurney and A.J. Foyt, the duo that claimed the Le Mans 24 Hours title back in 1967.
Car for Sale: Super Rare, Numbers Matching 1970 Shelby GT500 Fastback With Low Milage
The Mustang Shelby GT saga started in 1965 with the GT350, a sportier, lightweight version of the ’Stang. But Ford and Carroll Shelby took things up a notch in 1967, when he introduced the GT500, a not-so-light but significantly more powerful version of the Mustang. The GT500 remained in production as the range-topping Mustang until 1969, but unsold 1969 models were given 1970 identification numbers. With just 380 units rebadged for 1970, this fastback is hard to find, and low-mileage, well-maintained examples are extremely rare. If you’re looking for one, the folks over at Mecum Auctions are offering an example with just 57,000 miles on the odometer at the Kissimmee Summer Special in late August.
Ken Miles’ Mustang Shelby GT350R Becomes The Most Expensive Mustang Ever Sold At Auction
A 1965 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350R has become the most expensive Mustang ever sold at an auction setting. The record-breaking Shelby GT350R sold for a whopping $3.85 million, eclipsing the previous record-holder, the 1968 Mustang GT hero car that was driven by Steve McQueen in the movie Bullitt. No less than Ken Miles, the British racer who was prominently featured as one of the main characters in the movie, Ford v. Ferrari, drove the specific Shelby GT350R, nicknamed the “Flying Mustang.” The $3.85 million sale price now ascends to the top of the ladder as the single most expensive Mustang to ever sell at auction. It’s going to take a special Mustang to unseat the new record-holder.