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2022 Ford F-150 Raptor Raptor

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$89,999

Back in the day, your truck served one purpose a practical way of getting about. The modern-day market for trucks serves its practical roots but with a significant twist; the twist comes in the form of performance trucks. Built to smash drag race records and conquer the great outdoors with mind-blowing performance figures getting your hands on one is always a good choice. Take a look at this 2022 Ford F-150 SuperCrew-Raptor we have, for instance, with a reported 6,800 miles on the clock; what you get is practical motoring with performance to ensure smiles per gallon.

2021 Ford F-250 Shelby Super Baja

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$114,999

The relationship between Ford and Shelby is one that has brought many of the American auto industry’s greatest examples to the limelight. What if you were the sort of person whose fun begins just as the road ends? The two automotive greats sure don't have much to offer in that department, that is until you’ve seen this 2021 Ford F-250 Shelby Super Baja we have today. Located in Michigan and with just 9,000 miles reported on the clock this is one rare bird with just only 250 examples ever being made. What's better? It’s tuned by Shelby and has everything you would need in a truck, plus more!

2021 Ford Bronco Custom

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$99,499

When Ford announced the return of the Bronco, the 4X4 world was already celebrating. The Bronco was the first-ever SUV designed by the American automaker, and everyone knew its return would be a special occasion. A special occasion it was, the 2021 Bronco did justice to its predecessor, and everyone wanted one. We have more than a year since its debut, and the vehicle's fame has led to some impressive modifications. This specific Bronco, for example, is said to be custom-built by Soflo Jeeps and has an impressive list of custom modifications we will take you through as we discuss it further. This Bronco is awaiting new ownership, so don't miss the opportunity to make it yours!

2021 Ford Bronco Advanced 4x4 First Edition

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PENDING SALE
$79,999

The Ford Bronco is a thing of legends. Born to take its passengers to explore the great outdoors, the Bronco soon became a hit with all sorts of customer segments thanks to its unique styling and features. The Bronco marque stood strong for 29 years before discontinuation, only to be brought back in 2021 with an all new design and a whole lot of tech suited for modern times. Getting your hands on a brand new Ford Bronco is one tough task due to them being highly demanded and very limited in supply. That being said this can be your chance on owning this 2021 Ford Bronco Advanced 4x4 First Edition. Located in Texas and with just a reported 12,000 miles on the clock this practically new example can be yours to enjoy and experience the Bronco marque in full swing after its 25 year hiatus.

2021 Ford Bronco Advanced 4x4 First Edition

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PENDING SALE
$83,999

The Ford Bronco was a well beloved off-roader that was an integral part of America’s automotive history, and many were overjoyed with the announcement of the iconic vehicle’s return. Many were nervous if the new iteration could stay true to the simple and functional design aesthetic that made the first Bronco so desirable. Turns out the worries were misplaced, and the new Bronco was an exceptional vehicle. This particular 2021 Ford Bronco is the 4-door advanced 4x4 First edition and reportedly falls under the Equipment Group 954A First Edition series, making it all the more special. With only 50 miles reported on the clock, why think twice if you’re a fan of this beloved off roader’s new chapter in its history?

2020 Ford F-150 Shelby Super Snake

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$99,999

The legendary Ford F-Series pickup trucks date back to 1948 and are renowned for offering sturdy load-luggers to this day. Now in the fourteenth generation, the most popular F-truck is the F-150. There have been more special editions than one has fingers, and not surprisingly, some of them were pretty sporty. Shelby American is one of those firms that got their mitts on the F-150, with the result being this 2020 Ford F-150 Shelby Super Snake that we've got up for sale. Slithering into our inventory with just 3,500 miles, are you ready to wrangle this serpent?

2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Golden Ticket Coupe

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PENDING SALE
$112,499

Six generations and nearly six decades down the line, you won’t find many nameplates that continue to maintain their sheer desirability. Ford’s Mustang is one of a handful that can claim that accolade, as it’s been doing so since the first ‘Stang rolled off the Dearborn lines in 1964. On the cusp of a seventh generation, the sixth generation continues to sell well, and since buying a brand new car is a bit of a palaver these days, what with waiting lists, increased prices, and logistical delays, the next best thing is a lightly used example, such as this 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Carbon Track Pack with just 1200 miles on the odometer. It’s no ordinary ‘Stang either, but one of the hallowed Shelby variants, and comes with the Carbon Track Pack worth $18,500, also known as the Golden Ticket Package. Take a chance on it, we’re sure that you’ll fall in love with it!

2018 Ford F-450 Custom 6x6

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PENDING SALE
$217,999

Since its inception, The Ford F450 has been one of the big boys in Ford's truck range. Built to haul goods and stand out when specced right, you can't go wrong owning one. The vehicle we have today is no ordinary Ford F-450. With its custom modifications and superb features, this 2018 Ford F-450 Super Duty - Dual Rear Wheel is the golden standard for truck ownership and can be yours today!

2018 Ford F-150 Shelby F150 Supercharged 755HP

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PENDING SALE
$124,999

Up for sale is a 2018 Ford F-150 Shelby Supercharged with an impressive output of 755 horsepower. It combines breathtaking power, improved handling, and alluring style into one package. Arguably one of the most famous tuning shops globally and a name synonymous with performance Fords, Shelby takes the already supremely capable Ford F-150, and improves upon the power, ruggedness, and sophistication. This 755 hp variant is a top-of-the-line example, with plenty of sought-after options. Our subject vehicle is located in South Carolina and has 24,000 miles on its clock. This muscle-bound truck is a future classic in the waiting as it's reported to be the 300th of just 500 made worldwide. It also bears the serial number CSM 18ST0300 on its Shelby registration plaque verifying the truck's authenticity.

2017 Ford F-150 Raptor Widebody

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$59,999

Modifying a truck sure takes a lot of time, understanding, and a good eye. For every visual modification, an upgrade done to the powertrain usually means you don't just have the looks but the performance to back it up as well. This 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor Widebody with a reported 52,500 miles we have today boasts tasteful visual upgrades and the right performance modifications to go alongside it.

2015 Ford Mustang Roush Stage 2 GT Premium Coupe

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PENDING SALE
$37,500

Ford’s Mustang has seen tuners make their mark on America’s favorite pony car, turning up the wick further and making them into drag kings, track dominators and street smart machines. Whilst the legendary Shelby Mustangs are the well-known ones, Roush is also a renowned name in Mustang tuner circles. As such, it was no surprise when they turned their magic towards the sixth generation Mustang as well. If you’re a Roush Mustang fan or seeking a Mustang that’s got something extra, here’s a 2015 Ford Mustang Roush Stage 2 GT Premium Coupe for you to consider. Coming from Florida, it’s got 40,071 miles on the odometer and received its Roush upgrades by the dealer. The Roush supplement owners guide is also supplied.

2015 Ford F-350 Lariat Mega Raptor Tribute

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$74,999

The most popular and best-selling truck in America is the Ford F-Series. A remarkable fact is that the truck has been considered as such for the past 46 years. While the light-duty truck F-150 takes the cake, the F-Series Super Duty trucks contribute immensely to Ford with their range of trucks. The F-Series Super Duty truck range is currently in its fourth generation. Up for grabs is this third-generation 2015 Ford Super Duty F-350 Platinum MegaRaptor tribute truck with a total of 76,250 miles on the odometer and a host of tasty upgrades to make this truck mean as hell.

2014 Ford Mustang GT500

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PENDING SALE
$119,500

The Mustang brand has long been renowned for its combination of muscle car speed, style, and performance. The GT500 is one of the prime models and is a prized possession for any Muscle car enthusiast. This powerful machine pays homage to the legendary car designer Carroll Shelby and his iconic Shelby GT500. We simply adore all Mustangs that come across our inventory, and this 2014 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Custom made car is an excellent opportunity to indulge in your passion for these vehicles. With a plethora of new JDM installed upgrades, this beast is sure to leave onlookers in awe. It is clocked at just 1,800 miles so far and is offered with all owner's manuals.

2014 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor

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PENDING SALE
$42,499

Taking on every challenge the road has ahead of it, the Ford Raptor is everything you would expect from a vehicle that bears the name of a predator. Its aggressive, powerful, and capable in every form. Now you have the chance to own a Raptor yourself, with this marvelous 2014 Ford F-150 Raptor SVT. It comes with everything you would expect from Ford’s more compact and arguably practical pick-up truck line, blessed with the Raptor treatment. A no nonsense, good looking and capable vehicle, this Raptor has already proven itself with 75,000 miles to its name.

2008 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 KR

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PENDING SALE
$64,999

The Ford Mustang, an American automotive icon comes in a flavor like no other in this 2008 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 KR, also known as the King of the Road edition. This 40th Anniversary edition comes with a number of additions as well as the GT500 Premium Trim package that makes this Mustang a unique vehicle in every aspect and a piece of history for this iconic vehicle that is still revered in the hearts of many. With 3,750 miles on the clock, this Mustang has been preserved in great condition for its next owner to claim, appreciate and protect.

2008 Ford F-450 Super Duty

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$40,999

If you ask an expert what the industry's leading heavy-duty work truck is, there's a good chance that they will point at a Ford F-Series Super Duty for a good reason. Since its introduction, Ford's Super Duty pickup has held the top spot in the market for trucks weighing more than 8,500 pounds thanks to its best-in-class payload, gross vehicle weight ratings (GVWR), and trailer tow capabilities. The Super Duty that came out in 2008, just like what is presented here, only helped maintain its dominance in the pickup truck business. That year, the Super Duty received a brand-new model to the line, the F-450 pickup. What we have here is exactly that, a 2008 Ford F-450 Super Duty that raised the bar for a heavy-duty pickup truck as a workhorse that was more capable than ever before.

2007 Ford Mustang Super Snake Convertible

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PENDING SALE
$89,999

We’ve handled so many Mustangs, we could probably write a coffee table book on the car that introduced the Pony Car segment to America, and the world. Currently on the sixth generation, the Mustang holds a special place in any American petrolhead’s heart. This 2007 Ford Mustang Super Snake is a fifth-generation example with 7,800 miles under its wheels, as well as some serious performance chops. Check it out, if your heart lusts after a fifth-gen Mustang, which was when retro-modern styling made a comeback to the nameplate.

2007 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 1700 Miles

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PENDING SALE
$49,999

When you think of the legendary Carroll Shelby it’s hard to not think of the legendary Sixties Shelby GT500. Tire shredding performance and drop-dead gorgeous looks were its thing. During the early 2000s the GT500 name was brought back and unlike many sequels of the automotive world, this one lived up to its iconic name badge and tire-shredding history. You got refreshed looks which played tribute to its original design and a whole lot of performance under the hood. With the car we have today you might not want to shred tires and do all those Mustang things, as it’s that pristine. This 2007 Ford Shelby Mustang GT500 is not just a lovely tribute to legendary Mustangs but is also a very low mileage example with just 1,700 miles on the clock since new. Furthermore, it’s also reported to be 1 of 2 cars in that specific trim and color combo according to the seller as well making this one rare bird and a savvy investment for the future.

2006 Ford F-250 Custom

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$39,999

The ownership of a pickup truck can enable many things. You can throw a bazillion things into the bed, haul heavy trailers, and drive up all kinds of terrain as your heart desires. This is why Ford offers a wide range of these desirable machines, notably the F-series, which has repeatedly been recognized as the most popular truck time and time again. These adventure-loving vehicles are highly customizable, durable and offer compelling bang for your buck. If your eyes are set on something that stands out from the pack, this 2006 Ford F-250 Super Duty Custom pickup truck is ideal for you. It is clocked at 215,000 miles and flaunts flavorful custom additions.

2005 Ford GT

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PENDING SALE
$465,999

In the Sixties, Ford created the GT40 as a form of payback following a slight by Enzo Ferrari. Ford was all set to purchase Ferrari when Ferrari pulled out of the deal over a tussle as to who would control the racing team. Miffed by this, and having sunk money on audits and related activities, Ford vowed to build a car that would beat Ferrari at his home turf on the racing field, Le Mans. This resulted in the birth of the GT40. After a rocky start, Carroll Shelby was brought in, and the project ultimately yielded Ford four consecutive Le Mans wins, in 1966, 1967, 1968 and 1969, and delivering cold revenge to Enzo Ferrari. In 2004, Ford decided to build a limited run of Ford GTs as a nod to this legendary Sixties racer. Only 4,038 were produced, making this 2005 Ford GT a rare find, more so given that it’s only got 2,800 miles on its odometer. Two keys, the owner’s manual and books are included in the sale of this car.

1998 Ford Mustang Cobra Convertible

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PENDING SALE
$12,499

The Mustang marque embodies useable performance. Regardless of its generation, owning one doesn't have to drain your bank account, making it a sensible addition to anyone's garage. Perhaps it's time you spruced up your driveway with this lovely 1998 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra Convertible we have today. With a reported 91,000 miles on the clock, this 90s American performance machine can be yours today.

1996 Ford Mustang Cobra

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PENDING SALE
$29,999

The Ford Mustang has been a revered pony car since its launch in 1964. With over seven generations of Mustangs, Ford has certainly outdone itself. Many versions of the Mustang were built and made available, from the Shelby, GT500, Super Snake, and more. A variant that truly was sought after is the SVT Cobra which was made by the Fords Special Vehicle Team. The fourth generation Ford Mustang SVT Cobra was the performance variant of the Mustang from 1993 to 2004. Up for grabs is a 1996 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra with a host of goodies and just 22,750 miles on the odometer.

1996 Ford Mustang Cobra Convertible

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PENDING SALE
$22,499

From 1990 to 2015 Ford's Special Vehicle Team or SVT as it is more commonly known produced some of the most powerful and noteworthy vehicles to grace our roads. During the 90s Ford fans were not satisfied with the regular Mustangs available, to cater to that demand Ford’s SVT created the Ford SVT Mustang Cobra from 1993 to 2004. While the Mustang was more of a pony car this was a pony and muscle hybrid variant. Up for grabs is a 1996 Ford Mustang Cobra Convertible in topping condition and with just 46,000 miles on the odometer.

1993 Ford F150 Lightning Supercharged

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PENDING SALE
$44,999

The automotive world and the 90s were performance wars on all fronts. The sleek Japanese imports fought for glory while the American counterparts stayed true to their muscle car roots and provided a different type of thrill. Over on the other side of the pond, however, there was another battle brewing among America’s finest, the battle for the best performance truck. Each manufacturer had its version of a performance truck, and Ford’s answer to this was the legendary Ford F150 Lightning. Over the years, the not-so-humble Lightning marque has grown and, in its current generation, serves to be a fully electric performance truck that proves itself on every front, but what if you are the type that loves older vehicles? This 1993 Ford F150 Lightning is the genesis of the Ford performance truck lineup. With a reported 55,555 miles on the clock, this low mileage example is in near factory condition and yours to treasure and drive.

1991 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer Edition

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PENDING SALE
$50,499

In 1965 Ford wanted to compete with the Jeep CJ-5 and the International Harvester Scout. Both were compact sport utility vehicles with all the characteristics of a capable off-roader but still relatively cheaper and arguably more fun. Ford's answer was the Ford Bronco, produced from 1965 to 1996, after that discontinued and then resurrected in 2021. Getting your hands on a new-generation Ford Bronco is a stretch with a long waiting list, but you can go for the older generation, which has also seen a resurgence. The fourth generation Bronco was produced from 1986 until 1991. It saw a few special editions during its production, such as the Silver Anniversary Edition, Nite Edition, and the Eddie Bauer Edition. Up for grabs is a top-of-the-line 1991 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer Edition with just 38,000 miles on the odometer.

1991 Ford Mustang Cobra GT

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PENDING SALE
$11,999

The third generation Mustang, widely known as the Fox Body Mustang as it was based on Ford’s Fox platform didn’t quite gain the cachet of its predecessors at the time. It was also the first time that a Mustang would be offered as a three-door sedan, or hatchback. While first and second generation Mustangs were lovingly cared for over the years, third-generation Fox Bodies didn’t quite face the same fate. That means, in a pleasant turning of the tide, Fox Body Mustangs are relatively rarer to find, and thus more desirable when in decent state like this. It’s got a few minor things to be attended to and could be the ideal ticket to Fox Body Mustang ownership if that’s your thing. The seller says that the car runs and drives great.

1989 Ford F-250 XLT Lariat

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PENDING SALE
$23,499

Ford’s F-Series of full-size pickup trucks have a cult following ever since they were introduced in 1948. These sturdy load-luggers are now on the fourteenth generation, and remain one of the Blue Oval’s bread-and-butter revenue generators. This 1989 Ford F-250 is from the eighth generation, and being an F-250, is a light-duty ¾ ton truck. With a few modifications and just 88,000 miles on the odometer, it’s got plenty of life left in it, and is perfect if you’re looking for a classic Ford truck that can still haul a load when required.

1981 Ford Bronco Custom

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PENDING SALE
$22,499

The Ford Bronco has been making headlines as an eagerly awaited vehicle for off-road junkies, but this isn't the Broncos' first rodeo. This influential breed has been on the scene since 1966, winning wild hearts worldwide and laying the foundation for modern Broncos today. Broncos have earned their fair share of admiration through their splendid ride characteristic, comfort, capability, and reliability. This is an excellent example of a third-generation 1981 Ford Bronco Custom truck that manifests all of the above and more. It is modestly revamped to boost its utility, and the modifications indeed also make it more alluring. Having completed an 80,000-mile journey in life so far, this beauty awaits in Arizona for its next lucky buyer.

1976 Ford F-250 Restomod

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PENDING SALE
$67,499

For those who may be unfamiliar, Ford F-250 trucks that were built between 1967 and 1977 were nicknamed “Highboy” in reference to their imposing stance. The F-250 "Highboy" 4x4 is historically interesting since Bob Chandler's Bigfoot, the first monster truck, was built on its foundation. What’s more, the Ford F-series is the best-selling truck in the history of the automobile. Truck enthusiasts would agree that the 1976 Ford F-250 is eye candy. Especially when one is dusted off from its rusty bits and given a modern twist, much like what’s displayed here. This staggering 1976 Ford F-250 3/4 Ton Restomod has logged 33,540 miles so far and currently rests in Iowa. This ultimate hauler has much to offer, keep reading to find out more.

1974 Ford Bronco 5.0 V8

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PENDING SALE
$74,999

During the 1960s, the Jeep CJ-5 and the International Harvest Scout dominated the compact off-rad segment. Ford’s counter to that was in the form of the Ford Bronco, developed as a compact off-road vehicle in 1965 and then changed to a sport utility vehicle until its discontinuation in 1996. Ford revived the Bronco nameplate in 2021 as a mid-size two-door SUV. The first-generation Bronco was produced from 1966 to 1977. It included many firsts in its segment that it brought to the consumer. Up for grabs is a 1974 Ford Bronco Pickup 5.0L V8 with reportedly USD 20,000 invested into it since its purchase.

1973 Ford Bronco

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PENDING SALE
$199,999

This iconic off-roader may have made a comeback in a modern refresh, but its success can always be attributed to the love that the original Bronco earned through its iconic, simple design, power, and reliability. Close to half a century may have passed, but the Bronco's image continues strong, which is why they are kept alive through builds such as this particular 1973 Ford Bronco, built by Maxlider Motors. The first SUV to be developed by the Ford Motor Company, the Bronco was a capable off-roader that stole the hearts of the people almost instantly and has continued to be a well-beloved vehicle even today. Although this is a build that packs some modern inclusions to make it a more durable and capable off-roader, this Bronco remains true to its essence, and with only 300 miles reported on the clock since its build is a great option to take home, enjoy and preserve for many years to come.

1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1

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PENDING SALE
$44,999

The first generation of the venerable Ford Mustang is considered the most important, desired, and coveted because it was the car that kicked off an entire segment in the industry, called the Pony Car. Of course, there were special variants of the Mustang, such as the Mach 1, and what we've got here is a 1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1, which represents the last year of production for the first generation. With 32,000 miles on the odometer, it's clearly a light runner that's got plenty of life left in it.

1973 Ford Mustang Coupe

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$33,499

The 70s was a good time, and people were bustling with style, but a closer look showcased lines of people waiting for gas to get about. Performance and luxury cars were slashed away from product line ups and efficient motoring was the name of the game. With everything changing this 1973 Ford Mustang Coupe we have today stuck to its guns and survived the toughest times thrown at it. With a reported 84,000 miles on the clock, this low mileage survivor is 70s automotive greatness and a neat way to drive into the weekend.

1971 Ford Mustang 429 Cobra Jet Resto Mod

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PENDING SALE
$42,999

The Ford Mustang was not only the Blue Oval's first foray into pony cars; this new model singlehandedly created the segment. Such was the success with young buyers when released in 1964 that the model stayed in production for decades, and continues to this day. The Mach 1 denomination was brought to the lineup in 1968. It described the Mustang's most potent option. It came with a 428 cu in (7.0 L) Cobra Jet FE engine. Our subject car is a tribute to this historic model. This 1971 Ford Mustang 429 Cobra Jet Tribute is a lovingly crafted recreation of that iconic car. Located in Florida with just 6000 since a rebuild, it features a host of upgrades to appeal to buyers.

1969 Ford Bronco

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PENDING SALE
$199,999

Back in the 60s, very few manufacturers ventured into the SUV market. Ford and its legendary Bronco set the tone for what was to come and, to this day, steal the automotive spotlight. Celebrating its legacy is this 1969 Ford Bronco Half Cab 427 we have today. With a reported 2,100 miles on the clock, this custom Bronco comes with its build sheets and receipts for added authenticity.

1969 Ford Bronco

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PENDING SALE
$53,999

The right type of classic car for ownership is a topic greatly debated, some want a picture-perfect car that is photoshoot ready, and some prefer patina and a story to tell over coffee. This 1969 Ford Bronco we have today tests your choice and showcases the original Ford Bronco design in its true form with just the right amount of performance to match.

1969 Ford Bronco

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PENDING SALE
$84,999

Many classics nowadays don’t quite fit in with an active lifestyle. Looking to hit the great outdoors, stand out at any car meet and experience good old off roading without driver aides? This 1969 Ford Bronco we have today sure ticks all the boxes and then some.

1968 Ford Mustang Convertible

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PENDING SALE
$54,999

The Ford Mustang is a classic that defined an era, and still does today, remaining a piece of automotive heritage in the world today. Of course, it was the classic Mustangs that made the name and the car so desirable, and this 1968 model year Ford Mustang Convertible is a great example of that. A beautiful pairing of form and function, this Mustang is meant to go fast, and look amazing regardless of if its cruising on a twisty mountain road, or waiting at a red light. Reportedly equipped with a 289ci Ford Mustang Engine, this particular vehicle has undergone a refresher, with a number of new parts installed to keep the entire car happy and running well. Even so, the classic feel of the car has been preserved well, and buyers have the chance of taking this convertible home to not only enjoy, but preserve for the future as well.

1967 Ford Mustang Convertible

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PENDING SALE
$95,999

The modern-day automotive arena is filled with news of hypermiling electric cars, and setting blistering zero to sixty timings while rocketing off in one's Tesla is a fun activity, you sure can’t match the grunt and feel of old school American muscle. Engineered to stand the test of time, there is no better way to sum up a weekend than drive on by in vintage American muscle. Take, for instance, this 1967 Ford Mustang Convertible we have on sale today. With just a reported 85,500 miles on the clock, this vintage powerhouse is quite the looker and ready to hit the road.

1966 Ford Mustang GT

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PENDING SALE
$34,999

Ever since its introduction, the Mustang has taken the world by storm, and with over 10 million cars sold, it's no surprise that it holds the title of the most famous sports coupe on the planet. All of that success, however, began right here, with the first-generation Mustang. We all know the story about how Lee Iacocca ordered a small and affordable car to be built and how that small and affordable car went on to become the undisputed king of the muscle car segment. This 1966 example is the genesis of Mustang, and in such an immaculate condition, we only see this one hanging around for a short time.

1965 Ford Mustang Coupe

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PENDING SALE
$28,500

One does not need an introduction to the car that created the pony segment and a line of muscle cars that define American automobiles. The first-generation Mustang is a shining star in the automotive hall of fame, a legendary icon with stories, and every time a Mustang as beautiful as the one in the example is put up for sale, it's more of an occasion than an offering. This 1965 Ford Mustang Coupe has had many components replaced, its engine rebuilt, and a total bolt restoration. For the delight of OG Mustang enthusiasts, this example is looking for a new owner.

1965 Ford Ranchero

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PENDING SALE
$19,999

Although not as popular today, the 'coupe utility’ segment came to life all the way back in 1934, when Lew Bandt from Ford Australia envisioned a classy and stylish car that could be driven to church and deliver goods to the market soon after. However, the idea never stuck, as heavy-duty pickup trucks quickly took over. In 1960, the second-gen Falcon Ranchero such as the one featured here was introduced. It was smaller than the previous generation and based on the compact Falcon. The sublime example in topic today has been restored and is currently stationed in Washington with just 1,500 miles since its rebuild.

1965 Ford Mustang Fastback

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PENDING SALE
$44,999

Hollywood and the Ford Mustang is a relationship that has been strong over the years. The Mustang is so popular on the big screen thanks to hotshot actors like Steve Mc queen using the first generation Mustang as the car to suit their "hero" personality. The 70s even saw the iconic Elanor Mustang's birth, made famous by the gone in 60 seconds movie. With the Mustang earning its legendary status, it's time you got in the fun as well with this 1965 Ford Mustang Fastback we have today.

1965 Ford Mustang Coupe

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$38,999

Summing up the Mustang and its contribution to the automotive world is like writing a book that never ends. Built Ford tough, the humble American legend, was a success from the get-go. Wondering why it was such a resounding success? This first-generation 1965 Ford Mustang with a reported 73664 miles on the clock is a great way to find out why.

1965 Ford Mustang Coupe

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$29,999

The Ford Mustang of today is one with multiple engine trims and just hearing the name sparks images of drag strips and good times. Back in the day, however, when the first generation rolled out of Ford's factory floors, the car was built to be a pony car first and then a performance icon. It had to be affordable, look good, and be a game-changer. The first generation did all that and some more; the Mustang was not only iconic in its own right but also was responsible for the birth of cars like the Dodge Challenger, Chevrolet Camaro, and the Pontiac Firebird. Finding a first-generation Mustang has increasingly become challenging, and while the 1965 Ford Mustang Coupe we have today won't set records at the drag strip, it's a low mileage example with a reported 86,000 miles on the clock. It showcases what the Ford Mustang was set out to be, an affordable yet stylish way of getting around.

1964 Ford Fairlane 500

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PENDING SALE
$19,999

Ever come across those classics that look right? The proper engine trim, body in great shape, and a rare piece of American automotive history. Meeting all those criteria can be tricky, but a machine like the one we have for sale today appears once in a blue moon and takes everyone by shock. Present here today in all its glory is a lovely 1964 Ford Fairlane 500. True, it might not be the rarest bird out there, but one look at the miles run, and you might reconsider your evaluation. With a reported 31,000 original miles on the lock, this classic American beauty is truly one of a kind and a handsome survivor.

1964 Ford Thunderbird

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$26,999

Introduced by Ford as a personal luxury car, the T-bird was an iconic machine in the American carmaker's selection. Throughout its time in production, the Thunderbird saw a total of 11 generations, this one being of the fourth. The 1964 T-bird retained most of the 'bullet-shaped' design that was first introduced in the previous generation but was more squared off to suit design trends of that time. This stunning example of a 1964 Ford Thunderbird is reportedly rebuilt, refreshed, and is currently up for grabs in Utah with no more than 500 miles on the rebuild.

1962 Ford Thunderbird Convertible

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$53,499

An iconic car from the Fifties is the Ford Thunderbird. This personal luxury car was produced from 1954 to 1997 and reintroduced from 2002 until 2005. Throughout its 45 years of production Ford made the Thunderbird in eleven distinct generations. Arguably the third generation of the T-Bird is the most highly sought after and desired by collectors and enthusiasts. Our subject is from this generation, and with an immaculate full frame off restoration this 1962 Ford Thunderbird Convertible is available to be seen in South Carolina. It has just 500 miles after the restoration, and is a true gem to get your hands on. The original booklets and leaflets are also available.

1957 Ford Thunderbird Convertible

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$39,999

When it comes to cars that represent their era, very few match up to the likes of the iconic Ford Thunderbird and the 50s; with post-war production being ramped up, the Thunderbird was not just another American luxury offering but one that stood out no matter where you are or the occasion. This fine example of a 50s legend we have today comes in the form of this lovely 1957 Ford Thunderbird, which is reported to be sold by its original owner/family. With a reported 53,000 miles on the clock, this classic American beauty has seen some refreshing over the years to make it functioning automotive art and yours to enjoy.

1957 Ford Fairlane Sedan

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PENDING SALE
$29,900

Immediate post-war and the American car industry saw demand for luxury and the better life see an all-time high. With competition an all-time high manufacturers like Ford stayed ahead of the market and ensured their cars got larger and more luxurious as the 50s went on. The car we have today is a fine example of Ford and the 50s and comes in the form of this lovely 1957 Ford Fairlane Sedan. With 31,000 miles reported on the clock, this is a clean survivor and cruising in the left lane done right.

1955 Ford Thunderbird Convertible

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PENDING SALE
$39,999

Set out to be "a personal car of distinction," the Ford Thunderbird was the company's response to the Corvette. Although not direct competitors, the vehicles had a lot of similarities. Both had powerful V8 engines strapped onto them, were two-seaters, and delivered plenty of power to the wheels on command. But the Thunderbird catered more to the class of driver who appreciates more comfort and luxury for the accomplished enthusiast. This 1955 Ford Thunderbird is for the enthusiast. A gorgeous specimen that has survived the test of time with a bit of elbow grease, this particular vehicle is in excellent condition, even with the clock on the engine reporting 16,500 miles. The current owner says the vehicle sports many newer parts, but the original carb is included in the sale, as is the hard top, which the current owner reports to be in excellent condition.

1954 Ford Panel Van Panel Truck

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PENDING SALE
$44,999

At first glance, you would not connect this 1954 Ford F100 Panel Truck Restomod to being one of the early F-Series models. However, that’s exactly what this is. From the second generation of F-Series, to be exact, this is a four-door panel van. With just 1,000 miles after its extensive restomod, this is one eye-catching vehicle to drive around in, and it’s got several modern conveniences and creature comforts on the inside too. What’s beneath the hood isn’t too shabby either. Let’s find out.

1951 Ford F 1

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$49,999

Why do automotive enthusiasts embark down the restomod route? There are a variety of reasons. Maybe one wants a unique and distinctive vehicle that tastefully melds vintage and modern aspects. Maybe it’s just too hard to restore a classic vehicle to its period-correct style due to certain factors. Whatever the reason, restomods such as this 1951 Ford F-1 Pickup are undoubtedly desirable vehicles, and the nature of a restomod means that every one is unique. Boasting just 400 miles after a reported full frame-off restoration, it’s ready for a second life.

1937 Ford Coupe 351 WIndsor

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$89,999

The market for vintage cars from the Thirties is one of those that only recently burgeoned. Now, they have become hot property among the customizer community. From lightly modified to full-blown customs, Thirties cars enjoy a special place there. If it’s a balance you seek, this 1937 Ford Coupe 351 Windsor is the perfect mix of old school and modern design. Located in Louisiana, this car was commissioned by the current owner's wife as a gift and is a ten-year build done to perfection. Included in the sale are two keys and two fobs.

1931 Ford Model A Deluxe Roadster

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$22,499

The world of motoring has grown by leaps and bounds, and while performance and safety have vastly improved, the essence of pure driving pleasure has been lost in the race for speed and luxury. The 1931 Ford Model A Deluxe Roadster we have today throws it back to the good old days and reportedly comes with extra parts and some accessories in the sale.

1928 Ford Model A Roadster

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$22,999

Arguably the successor to the extremely successful Model-T, Ford was on a roll when the Model-A first appeared on the roads. This town car was loved by many at its time, and allowed buyers a variety of styles and colors and came with technology that was cutting-edge at the time, including a visual fuel gauge and an optional rear-view mirror. It was so good that even the soviets wanted a piece, producing a licensed version of their own for a period of time. This Ford Model-A Roadster has stood the test of time and is still going strong, ready to be welcomed into a new home and garage. Some restorative decisions have been made, including rebuilding the entire engine and transmission, but everything else seems to be in great condition, including the interior which is reportedly original. And with 17,000 miles on the clock, you’ll be sure this Model-A will continue to rack up the miles for some time to come.

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1969 Ford Bronco

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$199,999

Back in the 60s, very few manufacturers ventured into the SUV market. Ford and its legendary Bronco set the tone for what was to come and, to this day, steal the automotive spotlight. Celebrating its legacy is this 1969 Ford Bronco Half Cab 427 we have today. With a reported 2,100 miles on the clock, this custom Bronco comes with its build sheets and receipts for added authenticity.

1954 Ford F-100 Panel Truck

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PENDING SALE
$44,999

At first glance, you would not connect this 1954 Ford F100 Panel Truck Restomod to being one of the early F-Series models. However, that’s exactly what this is. From the second generation of F-Series, to be exact, this is a four-door panel van. With just 1,000 miles after its extensive restomod, this is one eye-catching vehicle to drive around in, and it’s got several modern conveniences and creature comforts on the inside too. What’s beneath the hood isn’t too shabby either. Let’s find out.

1931 Ford Model A Deluxe Roadster

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PENDING SALE
$22,499

The world of motoring has grown by leaps and bounds, and while performance and safety have vastly improved, the essence of pure driving pleasure has been lost in the race for speed and luxury. The 1931 Ford Model A Deluxe Roadster we have today throws it back to the good old days and reportedly comes with extra parts and some accessories in the sale.

1957 Ford Thunderbird Convertible

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$39,999

When it comes to cars that represent their era, very few match up to the likes of the iconic Ford Thunderbird and the 50s; with post-war production being ramped up, the Thunderbird was not just another American luxury offering but one that stood out no matter where you are or the occasion. This fine example of a 50s legend we have today comes in the form of this lovely 1957 Ford Thunderbird, which is reported to be sold by its original owner/family. With a reported 53,000 miles on the clock, this classic American beauty has seen some refreshing over the years to make it functioning automotive art and yours to enjoy.

1996 Ford Mustang Cobra

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PENDING SALE
$29,999

The Ford Mustang has been a revered pony car since its launch in 1964. With over seven generations of Mustangs, Ford has certainly outdone itself. Many versions of the Mustang were built and made available, from the Shelby, GT500, Super Snake, and more. A variant that truly was sought after is the SVT Cobra which was made by the Fords Special Vehicle Team. The fourth generation Ford Mustang SVT Cobra was the performance variant of the Mustang from 1993 to 2004. Up for grabs is a 1996 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra with a host of goodies and just 22,750 miles on the odometer.

1998 Ford Mustang Cobra Convertible

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$12,499

The Mustang marque embodies useable performance. Regardless of its generation, owning one doesn't have to drain your bank account, making it a sensible addition to anyone's garage. Perhaps it's time you spruced up your driveway with this lovely 1998 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra Convertible we have today. With a reported 91,000 miles on the clock, this 90s American performance machine can be yours today.

1991 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer Edition

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$50,499

In 1965 Ford wanted to compete with the Jeep CJ-5 and the International Harvester Scout. Both were compact sport utility vehicles with all the characteristics of a capable off-roader but still relatively cheaper and arguably more fun. Ford's answer was the Ford Bronco, produced from 1965 to 1996, after that discontinued and then resurrected in 2021. Getting your hands on a new-generation Ford Bronco is a stretch with a long waiting list, but you can go for the older generation, which has also seen a resurgence. The fourth generation Bronco was produced from 1986 until 1991. It saw a few special editions during its production, such as the Silver Anniversary Edition, Nite Edition, and the Eddie Bauer Edition. Up for grabs is a top-of-the-line 1991 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer Edition with just 38,000 miles on the odometer.

1964 Ford Fairlane 500

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$19,999

Ever come across those classics that look right? The proper engine trim, body in great shape, and a rare piece of American automotive history. Meeting all those criteria can be tricky, but a machine like the one we have for sale today appears once in a blue moon and takes everyone by shock. Present here today in all its glory is a lovely 1964 Ford Fairlane 500. True, it might not be the rarest bird out there, but one look at the miles run, and you might reconsider your evaluation. With a reported 31,000 original miles on the lock, this classic American beauty is truly one of a kind and a handsome survivor.

1965 Ford Mustang Coupe

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PENDING SALE
$28,500

One does not need an introduction to the car that created the pony segment and a line of muscle cars that define American automobiles. The first-generation Mustang is a shining star in the automotive hall of fame, a legendary icon with stories, and every time a Mustang as beautiful as the one in the example is put up for sale, it's more of an occasion than an offering. This 1965 Ford Mustang Coupe has had many components replaced, its engine rebuilt, and a total bolt restoration. For the delight of OG Mustang enthusiasts, this example is looking for a new owner.

1965 Ford Ranchero

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PENDING SALE
$19,999

Although not as popular today, the 'coupe utility’ segment came to life all the way back in 1934, when Lew Bandt from Ford Australia envisioned a classy and stylish car that could be driven to church and deliver goods to the market soon after. However, the idea never stuck, as heavy-duty pickup trucks quickly took over. In 1960, the second-gen Falcon Ranchero such as the one featured here was introduced. It was smaller than the previous generation and based on the compact Falcon. The sublime example in topic today has been restored and is currently stationed in Washington with just 1,500 miles since its rebuild.

1955 Ford Thunderbird Convertible

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$39,999

Set out to be "a personal car of distinction," the Ford Thunderbird was the company's response to the Corvette. Although not direct competitors, the vehicles had a lot of similarities. Both had powerful V8 engines strapped onto them, were two-seaters, and delivered plenty of power to the wheels on command. But the Thunderbird catered more to the class of driver who appreciates more comfort and luxury for the accomplished enthusiast. This 1955 Ford Thunderbird is for the enthusiast. A gorgeous specimen that has survived the test of time with a bit of elbow grease, this particular vehicle is in excellent condition, even with the clock on the engine reporting 16,500 miles. The current owner says the vehicle sports many newer parts, but the original carb is included in the sale, as is the hard top, which the current owner reports to be in excellent condition.

1973 Ford Bronco

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PENDING SALE
$199,999

This iconic off-roader may have made a comeback in a modern refresh, but its success can always be attributed to the love that the original Bronco earned through its iconic, simple design, power, and reliability. Close to half a century may have passed, but the Bronco's image continues strong, which is why they are kept alive through builds such as this particular 1973 Ford Bronco, built by Maxlider Motors. The first SUV to be developed by the Ford Motor Company, the Bronco was a capable off-roader that stole the hearts of the people almost instantly and has continued to be a well-beloved vehicle even today. Although this is a build that packs some modern inclusions to make it a more durable and capable off-roader, this Bronco remains true to its essence, and with only 300 miles reported on the clock since its build is a great option to take home, enjoy and preserve for many years to come.

1968 Ford Mustang Convertible

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$54,999

The Ford Mustang is a classic that defined an era, and still does today, remaining a piece of automotive heritage in the world today. Of course, it was the classic Mustangs that made the name and the car so desirable, and this 1968 model year Ford Mustang Convertible is a great example of that. A beautiful pairing of form and function, this Mustang is meant to go fast, and look amazing regardless of if its cruising on a twisty mountain road, or waiting at a red light. Reportedly equipped with a 289ci Ford Mustang Engine, this particular vehicle has undergone a refresher, with a number of new parts installed to keep the entire car happy and running well. Even so, the classic feel of the car has been preserved well, and buyers have the chance of taking this convertible home to not only enjoy, but preserve for the future as well.

1969 Ford Bronco

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PENDING SALE
$53,999

The right type of classic car for ownership is a topic greatly debated, some want a picture-perfect car that is photoshoot ready, and some prefer patina and a story to tell over coffee. This 1969 Ford Bronco we have today tests your choice and showcases the original Ford Bronco design in its true form with just the right amount of performance to match.

1951 Ford F-100

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PENDING SALE
$49,999

Why do automotive enthusiasts embark down the restomod route? There are a variety of reasons. Maybe one wants a unique and distinctive vehicle that tastefully melds vintage and modern aspects. Maybe it’s just too hard to restore a classic vehicle to its period-correct style due to certain factors. Whatever the reason, restomods such as this 1951 Ford F-1 Pickup are undoubtedly desirable vehicles, and the nature of a restomod means that every one is unique. Boasting just 400 miles after a reported full frame-off restoration, it’s ready for a second life.

1989 Ford F-250 XLT Lariat

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PENDING SALE
$23,499

Ford’s F-Series of full-size pickup trucks have a cult following ever since they were introduced in 1948. These sturdy load-luggers are now on the fourteenth generation, and remain one of the Blue Oval’s bread-and-butter revenue generators. This 1989 Ford F-250 is from the eighth generation, and being an F-250, is a light-duty ¾ ton truck. With a few modifications and just 88,000 miles on the odometer, it’s got plenty of life left in it, and is perfect if you’re looking for a classic Ford truck that can still haul a load when required.

1981 Ford Bronco Custom

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$22,499

The Ford Bronco has been making headlines as an eagerly awaited vehicle for off-road junkies, but this isn't the Broncos' first rodeo. This influential breed has been on the scene since 1966, winning wild hearts worldwide and laying the foundation for modern Broncos today. Broncos have earned their fair share of admiration through their splendid ride characteristic, comfort, capability, and reliability. This is an excellent example of a third-generation 1981 Ford Bronco Custom truck that manifests all of the above and more. It is modestly revamped to boost its utility, and the modifications indeed also make it more alluring. Having completed an 80,000-mile journey in life so far, this beauty awaits in Arizona for its next lucky buyer.

1974 Ford Bronco 5.0 V8

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PENDING SALE
$74,999

During the 1960s, the Jeep CJ-5 and the International Harvest Scout dominated the compact off-rad segment. Ford’s counter to that was in the form of the Ford Bronco, developed as a compact off-road vehicle in 1965 and then changed to a sport utility vehicle until its discontinuation in 1996. Ford revived the Bronco nameplate in 2021 as a mid-size two-door SUV. The first-generation Bronco was produced from 1966 to 1977. It included many firsts in its segment that it brought to the consumer. Up for grabs is a 1974 Ford Bronco Pickup 5.0L V8 with reportedly USD 20,000 invested into it since its purchase.

1966 Ford Mustang GT

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PENDING SALE
$34,999

Ever since its introduction, the Mustang has taken the world by storm, and with over 10 million cars sold, it's no surprise that it holds the title of the most famous sports coupe on the planet. All of that success, however, began right here, with the first-generation Mustang. We all know the story about how Lee Iacocca ordered a small and affordable car to be built and how that small and affordable car went on to become the undisputed king of the muscle car segment. This 1966 example is the genesis of Mustang, and in such an immaculate condition, we only see this one hanging around for a short time.

1928 Ford Model A Roadster

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$22,999

Arguably the successor to the extremely successful Model-T, Ford was on a roll when the Model-A first appeared on the roads. This town car was loved by many at its time, and allowed buyers a variety of styles and colors and came with technology that was cutting-edge at the time, including a visual fuel gauge and an optional rear-view mirror. It was so good that even the soviets wanted a piece, producing a licensed version of their own for a period of time. This Ford Model-A Roadster has stood the test of time and is still going strong, ready to be welcomed into a new home and garage. Some restorative decisions have been made, including rebuilding the entire engine and transmission, but everything else seems to be in great condition, including the interior which is reportedly original. And with 17,000 miles on the clock, you’ll be sure this Model-A will continue to rack up the miles for some time to come.

1996 Ford Mustang Cobra Convertible

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PENDING SALE
$22,499

From 1990 to 2015 Ford's Special Vehicle Team or SVT as it is more commonly known produced some of the most powerful and noteworthy vehicles to grace our roads. During the 90s Ford fans were not satisfied with the regular Mustangs available, to cater to that demand Ford’s SVT created the Ford SVT Mustang Cobra from 1993 to 2004. While the Mustang was more of a pony car this was a pony and muscle hybrid variant. Up for grabs is a 1996 Ford Mustang Cobra Convertible in topping condition and with just 46,000 miles on the odometer.

1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1

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$44,999

The first generation of the venerable Ford Mustang is considered the most important, desired, and coveted because it was the car that kicked off an entire segment in the industry, called the Pony Car. Of course, there were special variants of the Mustang, such as the Mach 1, and what we've got here is a 1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1, which represents the last year of production for the first generation. With 32,000 miles on the odometer, it's clearly a light runner that's got plenty of life left in it.

1964 Ford Thunderbird

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$26,999

Introduced by Ford as a personal luxury car, the T-bird was an iconic machine in the American carmaker's selection. Throughout its time in production, the Thunderbird saw a total of 11 generations, this one being of the fourth. The 1964 T-bird retained most of the 'bullet-shaped' design that was first introduced in the previous generation but was more squared off to suit design trends of that time. This stunning example of a 1964 Ford Thunderbird is reportedly rebuilt, refreshed, and is currently up for grabs in Utah with no more than 500 miles on the rebuild.

1969 Ford Bronco

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PENDING SALE
$84,999

Many classics nowadays don’t quite fit in with an active lifestyle. Looking to hit the great outdoors, stand out at any car meet and experience good old off roading without driver aides? This 1969 Ford Bronco we have today sure ticks all the boxes and then some.

1993 Ford F-150 Lightning Supercharged

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PENDING SALE
$44,999

The automotive world and the 90s were performance wars on all fronts. The sleek Japanese imports fought for glory while the American counterparts stayed true to their muscle car roots and provided a different type of thrill. Over on the other side of the pond, however, there was another battle brewing among America’s finest, the battle for the best performance truck. Each manufacturer had its version of a performance truck, and Ford’s answer to this was the legendary Ford F150 Lightning. Over the years, the not-so-humble Lightning marque has grown and, in its current generation, serves to be a fully electric performance truck that proves itself on every front, but what if you are the type that loves older vehicles? This 1993 Ford F150 Lightning is the genesis of the Ford performance truck lineup. With a reported 55,555 miles on the clock, this low mileage example is in near factory condition and yours to treasure and drive.

1965 Ford Mustang Fastback

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$44,999

Hollywood and the Ford Mustang is a relationship that has been strong over the years. The Mustang is so popular on the big screen thanks to hotshot actors like Steve Mc queen using the first generation Mustang as the car to suit their "hero" personality. The 70s even saw the iconic Elanor Mustang's birth, made famous by the gone in 60 seconds movie. With the Mustang earning its legendary status, it's time you got in the fun as well with this 1965 Ford Mustang Fastback we have today.

1991 Ford Mustang Cobra GT

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$11,999

The third generation Mustang, widely known as the Fox Body Mustang as it was based on Ford’s Fox platform didn’t quite gain the cachet of its predecessors at the time. It was also the first time that a Mustang would be offered as a three-door sedan, or hatchback. While first and second generation Mustangs were lovingly cared for over the years, third-generation Fox Bodies didn’t quite face the same fate. That means, in a pleasant turning of the tide, Fox Body Mustangs are relatively rarer to find, and thus more desirable when in decent state like this. It’s got a few minor things to be attended to and could be the ideal ticket to Fox Body Mustang ownership if that’s your thing. The seller says that the car runs and drives great.

1957 Ford Fairlane Sedan

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$29,900

Immediate post-war and the American car industry saw demand for luxury and the better life see an all-time high. With competition an all-time high manufacturers like Ford stayed ahead of the market and ensured their cars got larger and more luxurious as the 50s went on. The car we have today is a fine example of Ford and the 50s and comes in the form of this lovely 1957 Ford Fairlane Sedan. With 31,000 miles reported on the clock, this is a clean survivor and cruising in the left lane done right.

1973 Ford Mustang Coupe

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$33,499

The 70s was a good time, and people were bustling with style, but a closer look showcased lines of people waiting for gas to get about. Performance and luxury cars were slashed away from product line ups and efficient motoring was the name of the game. With everything changing this 1973 Ford Mustang Coupe we have today stuck to its guns and survived the toughest times thrown at it. With a reported 84,000 miles on the clock, this low mileage survivor is 70s automotive greatness and a neat way to drive into the weekend.

1965 Ford Mustang Coupe

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$38,999

Summing up the Mustang and its contribution to the automotive world is like writing a book that never ends. Built Ford tough, the humble American legend, was a success from the get-go. Wondering why it was such a resounding success? This first-generation 1965 Ford Mustang with a reported 73664 miles on the clock is a great way to find out why.

1971 Ford Mustang 429 Cobra Jet Resto Mod

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$42,999

The Ford Mustang was not only the Blue Oval's first foray into pony cars; this new model singlehandedly created the segment. Such was the success with young buyers when released in 1964 that the model stayed in production for decades, and continues to this day. The Mach 1 denomination was brought to the lineup in 1968. It described the Mustang's most potent option. It came with a 428 cu in (7.0 L) Cobra Jet FE engine. Our subject car is a tribute to this historic model. This 1971 Ford Mustang 429 Cobra Jet Tribute is a lovingly crafted recreation of that iconic car. Located in Florida with just 6000 since a rebuild, it features a host of upgrades to appeal to buyers.

1962 Ford Thunderbird Convertible

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PENDING SALE
$53,499

An iconic car from the Fifties is the Ford Thunderbird. This personal luxury car was produced from 1954 to 1997 and reintroduced from 2002 until 2005. Throughout its 45 years of production Ford made the Thunderbird in eleven distinct generations. Arguably the third generation of the T-Bird is the most highly sought after and desired by collectors and enthusiasts. Our subject is from this generation, and with an immaculate full frame off restoration this 1962 Ford Thunderbird Convertible is available to be seen in South Carolina. It has just 500 miles after the restoration, and is a true gem to get your hands on. The original booklets and leaflets are also available.

1967 Ford Mustang Convertible

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PENDING SALE
$95,999

The modern-day automotive arena is filled with news of hypermiling electric cars, and setting blistering zero to sixty timings while rocketing off in one's Tesla is a fun activity, you sure can’t match the grunt and feel of old school American muscle. Engineered to stand the test of time, there is no better way to sum up a weekend than drive on by in vintage American muscle. Take, for instance, this 1967 Ford Mustang Convertible we have on sale today. With just a reported 85,500 miles on the clock, this vintage powerhouse is quite the looker and ready to hit the road.

1976 Ford F-250 Restomod

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$67,499

For those who may be unfamiliar, Ford F-250 trucks that were built between 1967 and 1977 were nicknamed “Highboy” in reference to their imposing stance. The F-250 "Highboy" 4x4 is historically interesting since Bob Chandler's Bigfoot, the first monster truck, was built on its foundation. What’s more, the Ford F-series is the best-selling truck in the history of the automobile. Truck enthusiasts would agree that the 1976 Ford F-250 is eye candy. Especially when one is dusted off from its rusty bits and given a modern twist, much like what’s displayed here. This staggering 1976 Ford F-250 3/4 Ton Restomod has logged 33,540 miles so far and currently rests in Iowa. This ultimate hauler has much to offer, keep reading to find out more.

1937 Ford COUPE 351 WIndsor

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PENDING SALE
$89,999

The market for vintage cars from the Thirties is one of those that only recently burgeoned. Now, they have become hot property among the customizer community. From lightly modified to full-blown customs, Thirties cars enjoy a special place there. If it’s a balance you seek, this 1937 Ford Coupe 351 Windsor is the perfect mix of old school and modern design. Located in Louisiana, this car was commissioned by the current owner's wife as a gift and is a ten-year build done to perfection. Included in the sale are two keys and two fobs.

1965 Ford Mustang Coupe

Current Ask
VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$29,999

The Ford Mustang of today is one with multiple engine trims and just hearing the name sparks images of drag strips and good times. Back in the day, however, when the first generation rolled out of Ford's factory floors, the car was built to be a pony car first and then a performance icon. It had to be affordable, look good, and be a game-changer. The first generation did all that and some more; the Mustang was not only iconic in its own right but also was responsible for the birth of cars like the Dodge Challenger, Chevrolet Camaro, and the Pontiac Firebird. Finding a first-generation Mustang has increasingly become challenging, and while the 1965 Ford Mustang Coupe we have today won't set records at the drag strip, it's a low mileage example with a reported 86,000 miles on the clock. It showcases what the Ford Mustang was set out to be, an affordable yet stylish way of getting around.

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2021 Ford F-150 Tuscany Black Ops

Current Ask
PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$79,999
SOLD

The name Tuscany Motor Company sure rings a bell amongst the truck community. It’s not just another aftermarket tuner looking to cash in but one that goes into the extra details to make the legendary F series truck stand out. With tasteful upgrades that you can trust why not drive off in this 2021 Ford F-150 SuperCrew Tuscany Black Ops we have today. With a reported 4,098 miles on the clock, you got the luxuries the F-series truck brings, looks from Tuscany Motor Company, matched with good old Blue Oval performance.

1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1

Current Ask
PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$74,999
SOLD

First generation Mustangs are always highly desirable classics, especially when they are in pristine order, and a special edition such as the Mach 1. The Mach 1 package first debuted in 1969 as a high performance add-on to the Mustang. This 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 has had an engine rebuild and some replacements done under the skin, including on the engine, and comes with just over 5,250 miles showing on the odometer.

1957 Ford Thunderbird Convertible

Current Ask
PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$33,499
SOLD

There is always some interest surrounding a car developed in a race against the clock; take, for instance, the first-generation Ford Thunderbird. Built to take on the Chevrolet Corvette in just one year of development, the Thunderbird is a sight to behold to this day as one drives by. If you'd like your slice of Fifties American personal luxury car goodness to take your breath away, why not buy this lovely 1957 Ford Thunderbird that we've got on sale right now?

2022 Ford F-250 Roush Super Duty

Current Ask
PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$105,999
SOLD

What do you call an F-250, the quintessential truck for all utilities, but even better? One look at this immaculate 2022 Ford F-250 Roush Super Duty is very likely to help you to get an idea what that might mean. Given the Roush treatment, everything that made the capable and reliable workhorse, the F-250 in its latest iteration has been upgraded from performance to visuals, and the quality of life. With only 20,000 miles on the clock of this pickup truck, you’re almost guaranteed a stunner of a vehicle that can take you anywhere, with a payload on tow as well.

1972 Ford Mustang

Current Ask
PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$12,500
SOLD

The 70s was a rough time for the automotive industry. Adapting was the solution to the problem and that's exactly what the Ford Mustang did with the release of the Mustang II. While the Mustang marque is renowned for its aggressive looks and personality, this 1972 Ford Mustang Coupe was a dying breed back in the day and is now a rare bird. With demand on the rise, its time you drove off in this near factory example and stood out from the crowd.

1932 Ford 5 Window Coupe

Current Ask
PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$55,999
SOLD

The history of American V8s is rich, and a lot of it could be credited to the success of Ford's first car to come with a standard V8 engine. Said to have offered the first affordable V8s available that delivered reliable power, specimens such as this 1932 Ford 5 Window Coupe are still recognized as integral pieces of America's Automotive heritage. Now you have the opportunity to be a proud owner, thanks to this beautiful 1932 Ford 5 Window Coupe. Reported by the seller to have been fully rebuilt 10 years ago, this Ford is still very much alive and kicking and continues to turn heads as it cruises by. With only 8,400 miles under its name, there is no reason why you shouldn't consider claiming ownership of this beautiful specimen.

1936 Ford Deluxe Sedan

Current Ask
PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$18,999
SOLD

It’s a trip back in time with this particular vehicle. One look and you could tell this vehicle is from a completely different era, an era when many came to America in search of opportunity, liberty and freedom. The American dream was high in the minds of everyone. In many ways this 1936 Ford Deluxe Sedan reflects that optimism and desire for a comfortable middle class life. It had a great combination of stylish design, practicality and affordability. It’s spacious, comfortable and has a decent sized V8 to give it some decent (for the time) power. This particular 1936 Ford has weathered multiple storm of the past decades and survived it all, but some restoration had been taken place, including an engine swap with a 1937 Ford Deluxe with less than 1,000 miles on its clock. Otherwise, the car remains to be extremely handsome. It also reportedly comes with parts available for a conversion kit.

2022 Ford Bronco 2 Door 4x4 Big Bend

Current Ask
PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$46,899
SOLD

Seldom does a discontinued model bring success when revived decades later, yet the Ford Bronco exceeded expectations and sold like hotcakes when Ford released the follow-up to its icon in 2021 after a 25-year hiatus. The Ford Bronco nameplate has six generations under its belt with its latest iteration. This current-gen Ford Bronco was offered in 10 distinct trim levels, with the Base trim on the lower end and the Raptor on the high end. Up for grabs is a 2022 2-door Ford Bronco Big Bend with just 300 miles on the odometer.

2022 Ford F-250 Shelby Super Baja

Current Ask
PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$144,999
SOLD

Safe to say that Ford has outdone itself and its competition ever since the first F-Series truck rolled out of its factories in 1948. While the success of the Ford F-150 was monumental their line of heavy-duty pickup trucks is highly sought after. The F-Series Super Duty debuted in 1999 and is currently on its fourth generation. The Ford Super Duty pickup is powerful but when Shelby gets its hands on it you’ve got a beast that will rip through any terrain. Up for grabs is a 2022 Ford F-250 Shelby Super Baja with a whole lot of goodies and with just 500 miles on the odometer.

1957 Ford Custom 300 Restomod

Current Ask
PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$35,999
SOLD

50s design was never to be replicated again in the automotive world, and this has given way to cars from the 50s used as a base for building custom cars. While most are over-the-top builds featuring out of this world bodywork and the biggest engine sandwiched in, this 1957 Ford Custom 300 Restomod we have today is a rare bird with it perfecting the blend of go-fast and custom modifications, as well as 50s American styling in all its glory.

1987 Ford Mustang Convertible GT Convertible

Current Ask
PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$17,499
SOLD

Let’s take a walk down memory lane of one of the most prestigious automotive brands of all time, the Ford Mustang. It is the first marque that brought in the Pony Car concept to the world. Famous American icon Carroll Shelby brought immense glory by producing many excelling Mustang models. This company went through its share of peaks and valleys and raised a global fan base for itself along the way. You don’t find many well-spirited cars like a classic Mustang in this day and age. Best part is that Ford also had pocket rockets for the masses under its sleeve. This 1987 Ford Mustang Convertible GT is one such example from the company. A Fox body, a V8 and a manual gearbox is sometimes all it takes to build a car to have fun with in work or play. This Mustang GT currently shows 54,864 miles on its odometer and it has matching numbers according to its owner.

2017 Ford Mustang GT350

Current Ask
PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$59,999
SOLD

This twin-striped beast doesn't really require an introduction. The automotive world is well aware that the Mustang GT series is basically a street-legal race car, with recent models such as the one example being fine-tuned to be an absolute track weapon. First introduced in 2015, the GT350 was designed to be as capable around corners as it was in a straight line, a slightly tamer machine compared to the GT500. This sublime example is perfect for someone who admires a stealthy appearance and is awaiting a new owner.

2018 Ford F150 Raptor Raptor

Current Ask
PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$67,999
SOLD

This 2018 Ford F-150 Raptor SuperCrew has been transformed by E-Tailored of Fort Lauderdale, Florida into a monochromatic monster. Many exterior components have been custom color-matched to the factory Lead Foot Grey paint, the interior trim has been repainted and the black leather reupholstered, and the 450-horsepower twin-turbo V6 packs some upgrades of its own. This truck also benefits from the Raptor Luxury Package and Carbon Fiber Interior Trim Package, the features of which are detailed below. Showing 20,550 miles at the time of listing, this 2018 Ford Raptor is being offered through Exotic Car Trader’s consignment program with a clean Carfax and a clean Florida title.

2018 Ford F150 Raptor Raptor

Current Ask
PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$56,999
SOLD

This example of the 2018 F-150 Raptor comes in Lead Foot Grey finish and sits on beadlock wheels. This 4x4 is 7 feet wide and cuts a large, utility profile while harboring many interior luxuries. The 9.8 inches of clearance offer enough room for any kind of terrain you may come across on your travels. The Raptor’s 8,000 pound tow rating and 1,200 pound hauling capacity is enough for any heavy duty work. This example’s tech package includes automatic high beams, lane assistance and adaptive cruise control. Having that mix of both comfort and durability could be good for anyone who wants to get the most out of their truck. Comes with a clean Carfax report.

2018 Ford F150 Raptor Raptor

Current Ask
PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$60,999
SOLD

This 2018 Ford F150 Raptor SuperCrew is finished in Ruby Red over black leather. Powered by a 450-horsepower 3.5-liter twin turbo V6 paired to a 10-speed automatic transmission, this second-generation Ford Raptor has been modified with 22” Specialty Forged wheels, 35” tires, custom paintwork, and other extras as listed below. This highly optioned Raptor includes the $1,950 Technology Package and the $9,770 802a Luxury Package. It is being offered by Exotic Car Trader with 8,200 miles, a clean title, a clean Carfax, and the original window sticker.

2017 Ford F-150 Raptor Raptor

Current Ask
PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$64,999
SOLD

The first year of the second generation, this 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor SuperCrew is finished in Avalanche Grey over black leather. The twin-turbo 450-horsepower V6 engine boasts an upgraded intake, exhaust, and tune, the truck’s aesthetic modifications include bumpers, headlights, and custom paintwork, and factory options include the 802a Raptor Luxury Package and the 61c Carbon Fiber Interior Package. Showing 10,586 miles at the time of documentation, this 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor is being offered on consignment through Exotic Car Trader with a clean title and a clean Carfax.

1965 Ford Mustang Convertible

Current Ask
PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$26,499
SOLD

The American automotive sweetheart, the Ford Mustang is still quite the darling and now have become one of the most iconic members of the classic car segment. It also has a spectacular backstory involving two renowned men in the automotive industry, Henry Ford himself, and Mr. Lido Anthony Iacocca. Demand for the Mustang was so great that orders for the car outstripped expectations by a whopping 6,000 cars on the very first day it was put to sale. Since it was released four months before the actual 1965 manufacturing year, aficionados began to refer to it as the 1964 1/2 model. One such example is shown here, a 1965 Ford Mustang Convertible in all its grandeur from the first generation Mustang. So far, this beauty has completed a 90,000-mile journey and retains its reports and books according to its owner. It is located in Idaho and is ready to make your classic runs more intriguing.

1966 Ford Mustang Convertible 289ci

Current Ask
PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$31,999
SOLD

Ford’s Mustang is one of those American automotive greats that almost anyone will know something about. Introduced in 1964, it’s been going strong ever since and is now on the sixth generation. The early Mustangs have cemented their place as desirable classics, and this 1966 Ford Mustang Convertible 289ci is firmly in the classic category, especially when it comes in overall great condition as we can see on this example. It’s got only 56,736 miles on its wheels, and comes from Kansas. Here’s a great ticket towards classic Mustang ownership. The car has had some work completed towards the end of 2020, and some receipts are available. This is the ideal car in which to cruise down the boulevard on a sunny day, top down, with The Eagles singing ‘Take It Easy’ on the sound system.

1965 Ford Mustang Coupe

Current Ask
PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$29,999
SOLD

The Ford Mustang is and American icon and it was during the ‘60s that this icon was first created. Sporting a beautiful design that still makes the hearts of petrolheads flutter, this particular 1965 Ford Mustang Coupe is reportedly the result of a complete ground up restoration by the previous owner, who has protected the true essence of what makes a classic Mustang so amazing, and adding a few modern conveniences as well as performance upgrades. With less than 500 miles on the build reported, why not go for this black beauty?

1968 Ford Thunderbird Coupe

Current Ask
PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$10,999
SOLD

Whilst the Grand Tourer rage was all over Europe in the Fifties, Ford decided to bring it over to North America. In doing so, they created the segment known as the Personal Luxury Car when they introduced the Thunderbird line-up in 1955. The Thunderbird was hugely successful, and was produced over ten generations from 1955 to 1997, and an eleventh generation briefly ran between 2002 and 2005. What we’ve got here is a 1968 Ford Thunderbird Coupe from the fifth generation of the nameplate. This Florida-based car has a healthy 106,754 miles under its wheels, but you wouldn’t be able to tell from the pictures, as it’s been very well looked after.