Category Archives: Mustang
Mustang used as storage shed
Recently sold on eBay for $600
This 1967 Mustang coupe is storing as much junk as the shed next to it! And check out the weeds growing up through the engine bay!
’65 Mustang GT Coupe sits in yard
Didn’t meet reserve price
This GT coupe was recently on eBay and got up to $3400, but didn’t meet the reserve. It’s a factory GT which has some value, but it’s a coupe and not a K code 289. The 1965 Mustang convertible and fastback GT’s are where the money is. Read more on 1965 Mustang GT didn’t hit reserve…
Twin ’67 Ford Mustang Coupes
Recently Sold for $1775
Here’s a pair of Mustang coupes that recently sold. They’ve obviously been sitting for years gathering rust and waiting for their owner to get started on their restoration. Neither is a particularly rare muscle car. They’re small block cars; one is a C code 289-2v and the other a slightly more desirable A code 289-4v. The A code is fairly nicely optioned with a C4 automatic, air conditioning, power disc brakes and power steering. It even had a black vinyl top, which would explain some of the surface rust. Read more on 1967 Mustang Coupes – Two for $1775…
’67 Ford Mustang Convertible
Recently Sold for $1651
This convertible pony is in bad shape. Years of sitting in the midwest “rust belt” has probably decayed it beyond possibility of a restoration, but maybe not for the right buyer. It actually runs and drives if you believe it. The mechanics aren’t in bad shape. Well, not as bad as the body at least.
’69 Shelby Mustang GT500 Project
Recently sold on eBay for $12,100
Not many cars in this condition would still fetch over $12,000 but a classic Shelby Mustang is certainly one of them. This GT500 that sold recently is in pretty bad shape, although it certainly could be worse. It’s just a shell really and missing all the hard stuff to find like it’s 428 CJ engine, 4 speed transmission, Ram Air hood, 9″ rear end, big block motor mounts, Shelby front fiberglass clip and fenders, etc.
’67 Ford Mustang “S” code 390
Recently Sold for $5000
I understand this is a rare car, but someone paid $5,000 for this hacked up shell??? Really? It’s missing all the floor pans, both rear quarter skins, the entire trunk floor. You almost wonder if the person who bought it just want the VIN to transfer over to a convertible in better shape. Definitely not legal, but this VIN could boost a nice plane-jane Mustang convertible more than $5,000 in value probably. Hopefully that’s not what happened and this rusted Mustang is on it’s way to a full restoration.
302 J-code Mustang GT Fastback
Recently Sold for $3250
You might look at this Mustang shell and think the selling price was a bit steep. But then again it’s a true confirmed GT with a J-code 302 and 4 speed transmission. It also was loaded with options like deluxe interior, air conditioning, power steering, factory tach, lower console, AM radio and Interior Decor Group. Read more on 1968 Mustang Fastback GT for $3,250…
Pair of 1966 Mustang Coupes
Recently Sold for $510
You can still get some good deals on classic Mustangs if you’re willing to do the work on some serious projects. Take this recent sale on eBay for example. Two 1966 Mustang coupes sold for only $510. That’s a pretty decent deal if you can salvage one and use the other as a parts car.