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Used Ford Model A Cars for Sale

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1930 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan

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$45,999
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Ford's Model A, introduced in 1927, faced the daunting task of following the groundbreaking success of the Model T. Despite this challenge, the Model A achieved remarkable sales, with 3 million units sold by 1930. It was offered in a variety of body styles, making it versatile and appealing to a broad range of customers. Finding a collectible Model A in original condition can be challenging, as many were not preserved over the years. This 1930 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan, described as an all-original car, holds considerable appeal for enthusiasts and collectors alike.

1931 Ford Model A Pickup

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$31,499
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Ford's Model T was a stellar success story in the automotive industry's early days. Henry Ford's car for the masses wasn't just a trailblazer in personal mobility but introduced many manufacturing principles that are still used today. When the time to retire the Model T rolled around, the Model A replaced it. Running from 1927 to 1931, the Model A was available in a dizzying array of body styles. Up for grabs today is a 1931 Ford Model A with a truck body style and 29,000 miles to its name. The current owner reports that this vehicle has undergone a full restoration to its original specifications before it was purchased from a car dealer. It's also got a few upgrades here and there to make it just that little bit more drivable today.

1928 Ford Model A Roadster

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$19,280
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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.

1964 Ford Galaxie 500 357ci V8

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$31,999
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Ford's Galaxie line-up of full-size cars was named after the exciting space race that captured America's imagination. Running from 1959 to 1974, the Galaxie competed head-to-head with Chevrolet's Impala and remains a sought-after American classic from Ford. This particular 1964 Ford Galaxie 500 has undergone a comprehensive restoration in 2006, featuring numerous updates and performance enhancements with only 500 miles on the new motor.

1930 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan

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$45,999
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Ford's Model A, introduced in 1927, faced the daunting task of following the groundbreaking success of the Model T. Despite this challenge, the Model A achieved remarkable sales, with 3 million units sold by 1930. It was offered in a variety of body styles, making it versatile and appealing to a broad range of customers. Finding a collectible Model A in original condition can be challenging, as many were not preserved over the years. This 1930 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan, described as an all-original car, holds considerable appeal for enthusiasts and collectors alike.

1995 Ford F-150 Flareside Mark III

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$24,999
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A legendary nameplate that was born in 1948, the F-150 is now in its fourteenth generation. This earns it an automatic lifetime entry into the Automotive Hall of Fame, with 40 million units having been sold as of 2022. Up for grabs today is an excellent ninth-generation example. This 1995 Ford F-150 Flareside Mark III comes to you with a light 57,810 miles and is said to be a numbers-matching example. Whether you want to use it as a load-lugger, daily driver, or weekend runabout, that's entirely up to you.

1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1

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$34,999
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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.

1976 Ford Bronco Explorer

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$97,129
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The classic Ford Bronco is an automotive legend in every right; it set the tone for what SUVs would look like and made the segment more popular than ever during its time. A quick look at the marketplace for Ford Bronco, and one might need clarification about what to pick. It's hard to find a Bronco that's done just right; some sport custom modifications to fill a notebook or a factory build that lacks character. If you are browsing through this, Chances are, you are on the lookout for a well-sorted classic Ford Bronco; if you are, this 1976 Ford Bronco Explorer is a lovely example and can be yours to explore the great outdoors if needed or serve as an intelligent investment in the years to come. This classic SUV also comes with a Marti report to add to its authenticity.

1932 Ford Tudor 2 Door 18 Deluxe

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$109,999
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How can you tell a Tudor from a Fordor? Easy. Tudor refers to a two-door, while Fordor refers to a four-door. This was the naming convention adopted by Ford for many of their Thirties and Forties models, including the 1932 Ford line-up. Thus, as you may glean, this 1932 Ford Tudor 2-Door 18 Deluxe is a two-door car in the more upmarket Deluxe trim level. Yes, and it's also a restomod. Packing quite a few enhancements and creature comforts, it's got just 650 miles since a comprehensive heart transplant and is ready for its next owner. Could you be the one?

1967 Ford Mustang Coupe

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$49,450
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Much has been written about Ford's segment creator that we don't need to take a deep dive into the history of the Mustang. The trailblazer in the pony car class, the Mustang entered the world in September 1964 and hasn't looked back ever since. Thanks to a combination of stellar production figures and solid reliability, you don't need to look far if you're searching for a first-generation Mustang. Produced in three body styles, we have a 1967 Ford Mustang Hardtop for sale. Why not stand out from the fastback and convertible-seeking crowd with this car? It's got just 250 miles after undergoing a comprehensive do-over that's primarily focused on its mechanicals and interior. Therefore, it's a car that you can buy sans fear and enjoy sans apprehension.

1995 Ford F-250 XLT 4x4

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$37,999
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Customizing a truck can be an arduous task, but with a host of aftermarket suppliers bringing a host of aesthetic and performance modifications, the sky truly isn't the limit. Finding the right balance of custom and factory can be a tough ask, but this 1995 Ford F-250 XLT we have today is a perfect combination of both.

1971 Ford Bronco

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$49,999
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You may already be familiar with the epic tale of this iconic vehicle. It marked Ford's inaugural foray into the realm of SUVs, designed to compete in the burgeoning civilian off-road vehicle market pioneered by the Jeep CJ. The original Bronco possessed a distinctive boxy and compact form, but the open-air configuration of this particular specimen imbues it with a fresh and sporty aura, further accentuated by its eye-catching custom-built roll cage. This remarkable Bronco has undergone a plethora of modifications, making it the perfect choice for enthusiasts seeking a novel interpretation of a timeless classic.

1965 Ford Mustang Coupe

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$23,999
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As one of the most iconic cars to ever be created, few need an introduction to this car. The Mustang is the literal essence of American automotive culture, creating its own segment, inspiring competition to produce some of the most beautiful cars in the world, and establishing itself as a true legend. The Mustang has come a long way since it was first released. Still, do more power, modern technology, and comfort make for a better car? True Mustang enthusiasts will tell you otherwise. For them, this first-generation 1965 Ford Mustang embodies the true connection between car and driver, and we are honored to announce that it is currently up for sale.

1967 Ford Galaxie 500 Sedan

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$22,499
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Ford's Galaxie lineup held the mantle of Detroit's quintessential full-size offering, reigning supreme from 1959 through 1974. Symbolizing the era of grand land yachts, the Galaxie underwent periodic redesigns and enhancements to stay ahead of the curve. Our spotlight today falls on a prime example from this legacy – the 1967 Ford Galaxie 500 4-Door Hardtop. This specific iteration hails from the transformative 1965-1968 era, marked by a comprehensive redesign that breathed new life into the model. With a modest 74,000 miles registered on its odometer, this cherished vehicle has undergone a thoughtful rejuvenation to preserve its allure. Prepare to delve into the reasons why this meticulously cared-for automobile, said to have been sheltered in a garage, deserves your earnest consideration as the quintessential classic addition to your collection.

1960 Ford Thunderbird

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$12,999
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Ford wanted to bring Americans a slice of what Europeans were enjoying as the Grand Tourer. The result was the Ford Thunderbird, creating a segment with it called the personal luxury car. The Thunderbird is so iconic in American history that ten generations were produced from 1955 to 1997, with a retro-modern eleventh generation commemorating the car's heritage from 2002 to 2005. This particular 1960 Ford Thunderbird Coupe is from the second generation and has an easy 37,000 miles to its name. It's an excellent candidate for any classic car aficionado, as it's the perfect antidote to today's digitally-drenched world. When it all gets a bit too much, just take a drive in this car, and you'll be rejuvenated, ready to face life with vigor.

1951 Ford Custom Deluxe Convertible

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$47,499
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When Ford debuted their 1949 line-up of cars, it signaled a new era for the company. The 1949 Ford was the first line-up since the 1941 Ford that was somewhat muted due to being conceived in the middle of World War II. Alas, the 1949 Ford line-up would last just three model years before being replaced by the 1952 Ford line-up. During its short life, the car was produced in Australia and Malaysia as well as at no less than ten United States assembly plants. Up for sale, today is a 1951 Ford Custom Deluxe Convertible that's reportedly undergone a rotisserie restoration approximately ten to fifteen years ago. What's a rotisserie restoration? Well, it's a restoration that focuses on renewing and refreshing nearly every aspect of the car. Think about it like a rotisserie chicken that gets evenly cooked on all sides, and you get the picture. Now that we've set the stage let's delve a little deeper into why this car is worthy of your consideration. We're also told that the original owner's manual and color sheet are included in the sale.

1988 Ford Thunderbird Turbo Mach 1 Special Edition

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$44,999
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The Ford Thunderbird, initially conceived as 'a personal car of distinction,' emerged as Ford Motor Company's answer to the Corvette, albeit with distinct differences. While both boasted potent V8 engines and two-seater layouts, the Thunderbird catered more to drivers who sought a blend of comfort and luxury alongside their performance. The 1988 Ford Thunderbird Turbo Mach 1 Special Edition presented here stands as a testament to refined enthusiasm. Remarkably preserved with a mere 1,350 original miles, as attested by the current owner, this vehicle's matching numbers only add to its allure. This exceptionally well-preserved Thunderbird is now seeking a new home, destined for a discerning enthusiast's collection.

1936 Ford Roadster Hot Rod

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$99,995
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The 1930s Ford coupes and roadsters have become cherished platforms for Hot Rod enthusiasts, and this 1936 Ford Deluxe Roadster from the Model 68 lineup exemplifies the beauty of authentic Hot Rodding that emerged from Southern California. Meticulously customized, this roadster retains its period-correct 239ci Ford 59AB Flathead V8 Engine, skillfully rebuilt by Coyote Flathead in Tucson, AZ. Despite its extensive transformation, the car maintains its true essence as a 1930s hot rod, blending both cosmetic and mechanical enhancements flawlessly. With just 2,000 miles since its rebirth, this open-top roadster proudly represents the spirit of classic hot rodding that originated from the west coast.

1971 Ford Bronco 393ci V8

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$138,999
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This 1971 Ford Bronco 393ci V8 Stroker is a custom-built off-road machine that commands attention with its unique features and upgrades. Originally restored and built for a Navy SEAL sniper fighting across the world in Afghanistan, this Bronco carries special symbols of Navy SEAL's throughout its design, including custom-fabricated "Bone Frogs" sewn into the seats and attached to the front fenders and differential covers. It also features rear metal armored plates with sniper rifle round holes, adding an "All American Military Sniper" touch. Years later, a USMC veteran took over the restoration project adding other special features to bring this bronco where it stands now.

1966 Ford Mustang Coupe

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$26,500
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The first-generation Mustang is what comes to mind when one visualizes a classic Mustang. The initiator of the pony car class, the Mustang debuted in 1964 with a choice of three body styles. Arguably it's the fastback that became most popular, helped by its silver screen appearance on Bullitt. Next up is the convertible, which even appeared in the James Bond film Goldfinger, driven by the main female character. The body style that got the least attention was the hard top, which is a pity. That's why you should stand out from the classic pony car crowd and buy this 1966 Ford Mustang Hardtop. It's got 65,000 miles on the clock and has undergone some refreshment.

1965 Ford Mustang Convertible

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$34,999
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The Ford Mustang's narrative stands as an enduring exemplar of American tenacity and resolve in carving a trail where none had existed before. The Mustang stands alone as the catalyst for birthing the pony car classification, ushering in the era of affordable, stylish, and sprightly automobiles, often characterized by their two-door configuration and compactness relative to the standard full-size sedans. The inaugural generation of the Mustang graced the streets in September 1964, etching an indelible mark in history. For those in pursuit of a first-generation specimen, an enticing proposition awaits. Presented here is a 1965 Ford Mustang Convertible with an odometer reading of 99,000 miles, touted to possess its original engine and transmission. The present owner reveals that, to their knowledge, neither the engine nor the transmission has undergone refurbishment, and even the paintwork maintains its primary authenticity, barring minor touch-ups that one might expect from a vehicle of this vintage.

1966 Ford F-100

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$17,499
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A vehicle that laid the foundation to what makes the American pickup truck what it is – the people's vehicle – the Ford F-100 had a lot of things to love about. It was practical, powerful, and had everything you needed to get from point A to B and haul a bunch of stuff while you're at it. This particular 1966 Ford F-100 has withstood the decades of being a workhorse and is still going strong; with the engine reportedly rebuilt and a new interior, it has been well-preserved and even includes a few modern amenities to make the experience a little more comfortable. With 23,000 miles reported on the clock, there's nothing to hold you back from picking this truck up for your own collection.

1939 Ford Pickup Deluxe

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$64,999
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Achieving perfection in the realm of automotive restoration is a laborious endeavor, a testament to the adage that great things indeed require time. The culmination of over two decades of painstaking dedication, the vehicle before us today stands as a resplendent exemplar of automotive artistry—a 1939 Ford Deluxe Pickup Restoration.

1932 Ford Model B 2-Door Sedan

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$66,000
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If you've watched old-timey black-and-white movies from the Thirties and Forties, you'd no doubt recognize the Thirty-Two Ford. The continuation of Ford's hit series of affordable cars that started with the Model T, the 1932 Ford line-up encompassed the Model B, Model 18, and Model 40. Body styles included two- and four-door sedans, two-door coupes and cabriolets, and even a two-door pickup truck. This 1932 Ford 2-Door Sedan Restomod is a finely restored example with some modernizations that make it a great regular driver. What's more, it's said to have just 500 miles after its heart transplant.

1955 Ford Fairlane Club Sedan

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$32,999
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Named after Henry Ford's sprawling Dearborn estate, the Fairlane started life as Ford's full-size automobile in 1955. The Fairlane was well-received and available in several body styles, including two- and four-door sedans, hardtops, station wagons, convertibles, and even a coupe utility for the Australian market. Today, well-kept first-generation examples such as this 1955 Ford Fairland 2-Door Club Sedan are sought after by discerning collectors. This particular car reportedly received a repaint approximately 15 years ago. The current owner also discloses that it comes with a numbers-matching motor and transmission but lacks documentation to prove it. Never mind, the condition and sheer classic value of this car more than compensate. Let's see what it offers.

1965 Ford Mustang Coupe

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$38,499
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The 1965 Ford Mustang is a timeless automotive icon that was born out of a visionary blend of style, power, and accessibility. With its sleek lines, aggressive grille, and unmistakable pony logo, the Mustang exuded an aura of freedom and adventure, capturing the spirit of the American dream. Its innovative "pony car" concept revolutionized the automotive industry, offering an affordable yet exhilarating driving experience that resonated with a generation, ultimately cementing the Mustang's status as a symbol of rebellion, individuality, and the thrill of the open road. On the topic of American icons, this stunning example has been restored and brought back into duty. For us, it's more than a pleasure to announce that it is up for sale.

1996 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer Edition

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$32,995
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The Ford Bronco is an extraordinary vehicle that took the roads and hearts alike by storm. However, the end of the fifth generation was a special year of the brand. It marked the end of a significant chapter with the discontinuation of the Ford Bronco until it was brought back for the sixth generation in 2021. This makes the 1996 Ford Bronco represent the last hurrah of this legendary brand for quite some time. It was offered in four trim levels: the XL, XLT, XLT Sport, and Eddie Bauer. What we are featuring here today is the 1996 Ford Bronco XLT Eddie Bauer Edition, with current reports indicating an engine rebuild has been undertaken by TriStar, with a warranty extending until 2026.

1965 Ford Mustang Coupe

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$29,999
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The Ford Mustang, an American automotive icon, is still revered in the hearts of many and continues to live on in modern times with its latest iterations. Yet the value of the classic Mustangs of the past and their significance hasn't faded. The "60s was when the Mustang became the icon that it is, and this 1965 Ford Mustang Coupe hails from that exact era. Having undergone a full restoration 20 years ago, according to the current owner, this Mustang is in great shape, even with 130,000 miles reported on the clock. With a few changes done to the engine, this coupe is still in great condition and maintains its original aesthetic, which has aged like fine wine in the many decades it has endured. Even so, this particular Mustang continues to trot strong, ready to gallop with the signal of the throttle.

1931 Ford Model A Pickup

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$31,499
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Ford's Model T was a stellar success story in the automotive industry's early days. Henry Ford's car for the masses wasn't just a trailblazer in personal mobility but introduced many manufacturing principles that are still used today. When the time to retire the Model T rolled around, the Model A replaced it. Running from 1927 to 1931, the Model A was available in a dizzying array of body styles. Up for grabs today is a 1931 Ford Model A with a truck body style and 29,000 miles to its name. The current owner reports that this vehicle has undergone a full restoration to its original specifications before it was purchased from a car dealer. It's also got a few upgrades here and there to make it just that little bit more drivable today.

1967 Ford Mustang 5.0L V8 Restomod

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$38,000
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There has been no change in the hearts of Mustang purists when it comes to the good old classic muscle car tale. The Ford Mustang remains the hero. The bare bones of a '60s Mustang can easily tame hefty engines that give out immense horsepower. They were made to dominate drag strips and look fantastic while doing it. Let's take a look at the generation that started it all. Belonging to the very first period of Mustangs, this 1967 Ford Mustang 5.0 bears quite a noble heritage. With just 12,760 miles under its wheels, it is prepared to treat its next lucky owner. Currently residing in California, this beauty has no problem rolling into the hearts of petrolheads.

1962 Ford Thunderbird

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$48,999
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Introducing the captivating 1962 Ford Thunderbird, a prized addition to our collection at Exotic Car Trader. This exquisite classic exemplifies the charm of an era long past, harking back to the automotive landscape of the early 1950s. Skipping ahead to the third generation of Thunderbirds, known as the 1961–1963 series, we find ourselves in the presence of the remarkable "Bullet Bird." This nickname stems from the sleek, fuselage-like design that exudes both elegance and power. This particular 1962 Ford Thunderbird has undergone a masterful restoration that rejuvenated this vintage icon, breathing new life into it. The full restoration process was completed in June 2002, as recounted by the current owner, ensuring that this classic gem stands as a testament to its original glory.

2004 Ford Mustang Mach 1 Premium

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$27,900
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The fourth-generation Mustang gets lost in people's minds when thinking about the world's definitive pony car. That's a shame because Ford made quite a few interesting variants during the fourth generation's ten-year production run. Take this 2004 Ford Mustang Mach 1 Premium as a solid example. With just 4,900 miles, it's clear that this car was preserved in pristine order, and today it's up for sale and as close to a brand-new fourth-gen 'Stang as you can find. Buy it if you wish, but don't dilly-dally too much on your decision.

1960 Ford Thunderbird

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$13,499
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The 60s and the American automotive industry saw a big change in car buyers' tastes and preferences; out went the long and mighty land yachts, and the smaller and more potent muscle car era came in. While many manufacturers adapted to the change, certain nameplates also continued those iconic 50s designs into the 60s. Cars like the Ford Thunderbird dominated the automotive industry back in the 50s with their demanding presence and iconic looks and managed to stay relevant in the early 60s. Present today is this iconic 1960 Ford Thunderbird 2 door; it's a clean example and a reminder of how great the Ford Thunderbird was back in the day; what's better? This beauty can be yours to drive off in and savor your weekend drives.

1957 Ford Thunderbird

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$59,000
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Post-war America was a nice time to be a car enthusiast, the utilitarian days were over, and it was time for luxury and class for the masses. Amongst all the shiny factory floors and luxury land yachts, one car stands out and is popular amongst automotive enthusiasts today. The Ford Thunderbird was an icon of the 50s, and it's time you explored it in detail and drove off in this lovely 1957 Ford Thunderbird. With a reported 75,000 miles on the clock, this low-mile American classic is looking for a new custodian.

1957 Ford Thunderbird

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$23,999
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Ford's Thunderbird, or T-Bird as popularly known, is the car that created a segment. Called the Personal Luxury Car, it was a segment that widely paralleled the Grand Tourers of Europe. It was meant to embody a luxurious and stylish cruiser for two (later up to four), with ample luggage space and a potent engine with easy cruising abilities for hours. This 1957 Ford Thunderbird is from the first generation of the marque and sports 120,000 miles on the odometer. As this particular '57 T-Bird appears to be in great shape, you don't need to baby it or stick it in a garage for much of its remaining life but can continue to enjoy it on the open roads.

1997 Ford Mustang GT Convertible

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$27,500
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Ford's Mustang had seemingly veered off track by the third generation, and Ford needed a hit to get it back on the rails. Enter 1994's fourth generation, that, while built on an updated Fox Body platform, brought back some classic styling cues, as well as the convertible variant. The fourth generation is now gaining popularity as a future classic, which is why you shouldn't think too much before snapping up this 1997 Ford Mustang GT Convertible. With just 42,535 miles since new, it comes with the Preferred Equipment Package 29A and plenty of kit to enjoy.

1968 Ford Mustang Coupe

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$47,999
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Arguably the most unappreciated of the three body styles, the hardtop variant of the Mustang is gaining interest. The fastback and the convertible will always be firm favorites, but there remains a segment of loyal Mustang fans who tip their hats at the more traditional but practical hardtop body style. If you're one of those people, snap up this 1968 Ford Mustang Hardtop ASAP. It's an 80,000-mile car, but one that's been well looked after.

1974 Ford F-100 Counts Kustoms

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$59,900
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The Ford F-Series has been a stalwart of the pickup truck crowd since 1948 and is now in the fourteenth generation. Over 40 million F-Series trucks have been sold as of 2022. With such a proliferation of examples in varying guises, you should take a second and third look at this one-of-a-kind 1974 Ford F-100 Counts Kustoms that we've got on sale. It's a special build that was completed by the Counts Kustoms TV show and was featured in Season 5. With a light 60,000 miles on the odometer, it can easily keep trucking.

1976 Ford Bronco

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$69,999
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The Bronco is widely recognized as a trailblazer in the American SUV scene, and many consider it to be the first true American SUV. First conceptualized by Donald N. Frey, the same man who came up with the Mustang, the Bronco debuted in 1966 and would go on until 1996. Then, it took a twenty-five-year break before breaking ground with the sixth generation in 2021. What better way to celebrate such an icon, then, than by purchasing this 1976 Ford Bronco that's been restored and bears just 2,000 miles on its wheels? Go on, you know you want to.

1937 Ford COUPE 351ci V8

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$89,999
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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.

1932 Ford Model B Roadster Hot Rod

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$49,999
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While the original 32 models were introduced as a standard compact sedan, automotive enthusiasts were quick to spot its potential as a hot rodder, and Ford couldn't agree more. The Ford Roadster, also known as the "Deuce Roadster," is an iconic car that played a significant role in the history of American automotive culture. It was introduced during the Great Depression, and despite the challenging economic conditions of the time, it became a symbol of freedom, individuality, and the American Dream on wheels. This time capsule of an example is a well-preserved piece from that era, and with such models becoming increasingly harder to find, we are proud to have it on our list for sale.

1965 Ford Mustang Coupe

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$26,499
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Without the Ford Mustang, there would not be a pony car segment which, incidentally, the Mustang has dominated since 1964 when it was first launched. Its sales figures of 400,000 units within the first year are a testament to its popularity. The Ford Mustang is currently in its seventh generation. The first generation was produced from 1965 to 1973. Up for grabs is a 1965 Ford Mustang coupe that has seen a restoration along with some upgrades and just 200 miles on the car.

1932 Ford Model B 5-Window Coupe Hot Rod

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$55,999
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The 1932 Ford debuted as an all-new model to take over from the Model A. The Thirty-Two Ford is most popular in hot-rodding culture as what's known as the Deuce Coupe. This 1932 Ford Five Window Coupe is an example of a Deuce Coupe that's been restored and tastefully enhanced with some updated componentry. It's got just 14,166 miles since its rebirth and is waiting for you to take it as your own.

1934 Ford Model 40 Tudor Hot Rod

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$74,999
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The 1934 Ford stands as an iconic symbol of an era, known not only for its automobile prowess but also for its unwitting connection to the legendary outlaw duo, Bonnie and Clyde. While their preference for Ford vehicles, especially those equipped with potent V8 engines, might not have been the endorsement the automaker sought, it underscored the performance capabilities of these machines. Fast forward nearly nine decades, and the allure of Thirties Fords remains as vibrant as ever. This 1934 Ford Tudor Custom, a testament to timeless design and automotive craftsmanship, continues to capture hearts and desires, transcending the boundaries of time and condition. Meticulously restored to perfection, this automobile has undergone a transformation into a remarkable restomod, seamlessly blending a classic aesthetic with modern innovations. With its rejuvenated powertrain, a touch of refined elegance, contemporary amenities, and a mere 5,000 miles since its restoration, this masterpiece is a compelling addition to any discerning collector's garage.

1928 Ford Model A Roadster

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$19,280
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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.

1958 Ford Fairlane Coupe

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$24,999
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Before the muscle and performance of the 60s, things were slow and calm in the world of American motors, land yachts with luxury and class graced the scene, and while they were a sight to behold, they never really had any performance to shock and awe. The 50s legend we have today looks like this 1958 Ford Fairlane Coupe; it's not another luxury land yacht and sports a surprise underneath its hood, making it a comfortable cruiser that stings.

1969 Ford Bronco

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$72,499
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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.

1973 Ford Mustang Coupe

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$33,499
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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.

2003 Ford Thunderbird Convertible

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$26,668
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Ford's Thunderbird nameplate would run from 1954 to 1997 across ten generations. It defined what the Personal Luxury Car would be to Americans, akin to Europe's Grand Tourers. In 2002, Ford decided to do a retro-modern homage to the original, and the eleventh generation was born, with a short production run of just three years. Just 68,000 were sold, which was considered lackluster at the time. However, that also makes this 2003 Ford Thunderbird Convertible a desirable future classic, and the 40,900-mile odometer reading only increases its allure.

1993 Ford F-150 Lightning Supercharged

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$39,995
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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.

1976 Ford F-250 Restomod

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PENDING SALE
$67,499
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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 Ranchero GT

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$29,999
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Hollywood in the 70s was filled with future hits, and while the glamor and stars were impressive, the cars used were what kept viewers glued to their screens. There are many cars that have stood out amongst Hollywood automotive legends, but the Ford GranTorino from Starsky and Hutch is etched in memory with replicas fetching top dollar. The car we have today is not a Starsky and Hutch replica but based on the sixth-generation Ford Torino and sports a lovely twist. Present today is this lovely 1974 Ford Ranchero GT; it's a lovely mix of a Hollywood legend, practicality and sports a custom build that's guaranteed to shock and awe.

1964 Ford Thunderbird

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$26,999
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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.

2004 Ford Mustang Mach 1

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$39,999
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Mustangs possess a unique and appealing quality that makes them highly desirable. This has erupted into a notable phenomenon among muscle car enthusiasts who passionately admire and worship the brand. When the 2003 Mustang Mach 1 was first debuted, Ford had such a strong response that they included another model year of Mach 1 into their busy schedule. However, in 2004, the Mustang bid farewell to the SN-95 platform, presenting collectors and fans of the Fox-based cars with a final opportunity to acquire a brand-new Mach 1 before the platform transition. Here we have a member of the said iconic 2004 Ford Mustang Mach1 in sublime condition with its odometer reading 11,500 miles. With its compact yet powerful combination, this car is ready to add plenty of fun to your life.

1937 Ford Pickup Custom 468ci V8

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$59,999
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The 1937 Ford pickup truck is an iconic vehicle that holds a special place in automotive history. During the late 1930s, Ford was a dominant force in the truck market, and the 1937 model year brought significant changes and improvements to their pickup lineup. Building on the success of the Model 50, Ford introduced the 1937 Ford pickup with several updates and refinements. The 1937 model featured a redesigned front end, a broader and more prominent grille, and streamlined fenders and headlights. The overall look was more stylish and modern compared to its predecessors. Over the years, these vehicles retired their work tires to become more personalized, custom vehicles that captured the essence of classic American automotive craftsmanship. The current owner of this vehicle reports that it was featured in Motor Trend and is currently looking for a new owner.

1955 Ford Fairlane Club Sedan

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$34,999
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In response to the rising competition from Chevy and Plymouth, the 1955 Ford underwent new body styling and enhancements beneath the surface to keep it relevant. It was available in several body styles, such as two and four-door sedans, station wagons, coupes, convertibles, and hardtops. Presently on sale is a 1955 Ford Club Sedan in a two-door configuration, which reportedly underwent a complete restoration, complete with documentation. The current owner also claims that before-and-after photos are available upon request. If you desire to experience a slice of Fifties motoring, this car represents one of the finest ways to do so, and investing in it will prove to be wise in the future.

1957 Ford Fairlane Sedan

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$29,900
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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.

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