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.
The ultimate utility vehicle, the Ford F-350, is a fan-favorite model for its heavy-duty capability. The same can be said of this 2019 Ford F-350 model, which comes with the Super Duty Platinum specs. This behemoth of a vehicle can not only transport you but any massive cargo on the back or tow without a hassle, thanks to its excellent engineering. But this model is not only functional but also looks a little different thanks to the small changes and enhancements made to the truck, which is mostly visually noticeable. With 24,000 miles reported on the clock, this truck is an absolute steal for anyone who wishes to own a comfortable but capable, massive vehicle to travel in.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The ultimate utility vehicle, the Ford F series, has been renowned for its power and capability. But this 2011 Ford F-250 Megarexx conversion with a complete power upgrade is in a class of its own. This monster of a truck has a dominating presence on the road, and with its fully custom engine can easily back up what it purports. Currently nicknamed the F1050 by the current owner, this truck has seen 96,000 miles on the clock and is ready to add more, whether on the road or far beyond.
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.
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.
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!
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 3,900 miles, are you ready to wrangle this serpent?
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.
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!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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?
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.
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.
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!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Shelby and Ford have come a long way since they joined forces. The duo has come together to build some of the most powerful and sought-after vehicles that America has ever produced, and their passion seems to grow with every passing year. Enter the 2022 Ford F-250 Shelby Super Baja, a combination of sheer mass from Ford's regular F-250 combined with performance engineering brilliance by the folk at the Shelby division. As we're sure you might have guessed, the F-250 Super Baja is an off-road beast designed not just to overcome various terrain but to take it over completely. If you're looking for what is arguably the most menacing off-roader in the division right now, you can put your bet on this one. This 2022 Ford F-250 Shelby Super Baja is awaiting ownership.
Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson once argued that there's something about Mustangs that draws people to them. We totally agree and are delighted to bring you this 2019 Ford Mustang GT, which is supercharged to give that extra oomph. If you want a Blue Oval pony car that combines the power of the Mustang's flagship models but don't want to pay as much, this is the ideal car to buy. This 'Stang boasts the GT performance package and a few tasty aftermarket modifications. Its owner has included the retained factory components of the upgraded parts in the sale too, so reverting to stock if you desire is easy - although once you've experienced the car in this form, we're not sure you'd want to revert.
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?
Ever since news of the new Ford Bronco saw the light of day, fan boys and customers from around the world awaited the release of the Ford Bronco Raptor. Built to take on the toughest terrain at whatever speed you fancy driving off in one is a no brainer, until you see how long you have to wait to get one. Skip the wait and drive off in this 2022 Ford Bronco Raptor today! With a reported 70 miles on the clock this is off road loyalty and a legendary name to keep you company.
Named after Henry Ford’s sprawling estate in Dearborn, Michigan, the Fairlane nameplate would be used on many of Ford’s mid-size and full-size offerings, not just in the United States, but South America and Australia too. What we’ve got on sale here is a second-generation Fairlane in two-door form, this 1958 Ford Fairlane Coupe has reportedly received some new items to keep it fresh and pristine.
Revived vehicle models are rarely a hit. However, there are revival hits of models that were uber popular in their time, revived, and re-taken a foothold. One of these revived hits is the Ford Bronco. First offered in 1965 as a compact off-road vehicle and a direct competition to the Jeep CJ-5 and the International Harvest Scout, and later competing against the Chevrolet Blazer and the Dodge Ramcharger. In its current iteration, the Ford Bronco is an SUV and competes against the likes of the Jeep Wrangler. With the 2023 model on the horizon, the 2022 model has become more available, as this 2022 Ford Bronco Raptor with barely 100 miles on the odometer.
The term “Sleeper” in the automotive world refers to a vehicle that blends in well underneath the radar but has potential to take down faster and more aggressive looking cars in its path, owning one is a treat so why not drive off in this 1966 Ford Mustang Coupe 5.0 we have today.
With the muscle car war of the 60s in full swing, Ford and their Mustang saw six performance Mustang models available. The Mach 1 was a top seller out of the lot, with car buyers liking the fresh design and performance that matched its whole appeal. Looking to enjoy that 60s muscle car madness? This 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 428 Cobra Jet with a reported 42,745 miles on the clock is a cool way of going about it.
You can guess what Ford’s Ranchero is meant to do, based on its name. The original description of Ford vehicles in this segment and body style, called the Coupe Utility, was to carry a load of pigs to market during the week, and the family to church on the weekend. The Coupe Utility is also what’s known as a ‘ute’ in Australia. What’s the difference between a Coupe Utility and a pickup truck? Well, with the Coupe Utility, the cabin and open rear bed are smoothly integrated, until the separate construction of a pickup truck. Coupe Utilities are typically adapted from a model’s Station Wagon, or Estate variant, as is the case of the Ford Ranchero, when it debuted in 1957 and was based on the 1957 Ford family of models. This 1971 Ford Ranchero is from the fifth generation, and bears just 76,000 miles since new.
In the world of fast Fords nothing matches up to the likes of what leaves the stables of Carroll Shelby, built to take on the drag strip and burn tires, what you get is a track weapon built for the streets, don't believe us? You might want to get behind the wheel of the lovely 2013 Ford Mustang GT500 Coupe we have today. With just 8,300 miles reported on the clock this low mileage example comes with a SVT performance package and a way to clock in faster lap times on your track days.
It is truly a delight when a beloved model is reintroduced as is the case of the Ford Bronco. While initially introduced as a compact off-road vehicle in 1965 where it gained immense popularity among buyers. The Bronco was produced until 1996 under five generations when it was discontinued, revived again in 2021, the Ford Bronco was reintroduced as a mid-size and full-size SUV. A truly collectible version is the First Edition Bronco, with just 7000 made this is an ideal modern vehicle to have in your collection. A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity is at hand with this 1 of 7000 2021 Ford Bronco First Edition 4-Door Advanced with just 6,020 miles on the odometer.
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.
The 1968 box-office hit, neo-noir action thriller Bullitt, featured a car scene that would become one of the most influential in movies. It featured a black Dodge Charger chasing down the famous Highland Green painted 1968 Ford Mustang GT. The scene propelled Ford Mustang cars to such desirability that Ford even went ahead and made a limited-edition Ford Mustang Bullitt in 2001, 2008, and the latest in 2019. The 2019 Ford Mustang Bullitt was offered as the highest trim with all the bells and whistles, and exclusive design and performance options. A rare chance to own a 2019 Ford Mustang Bullitt is at hand with this example showing only 2,789 genuine miles on the odometer.
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.
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.
Named after Henry Ford’s estate in Dearborn, Michigan, the Fairlane debuted in 1955 in a slew of body styles and trim options. You could have your standard two-door (Tudor) or four-door (Fordor) sedan, hardtop, coupe, convertible, or station wagon, and that’s not all. Don’t worry about having to wade through all the possible permutations, as this 1955 Ford Fairlane Victoria with a healthy 120,207 miles since new is of the two-door hardtop variant, in Victoria trim level, and is in fine condition. If you’re a fan of the Blue Oval, or classic American cars in general, why not acquire this one as your weekend toy?
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.
The years after World War II saw manufacturers of every sort lean towards the personal luxury segment. And this was the same for the automotive industry. It was a glorious era to live and experience many wonderful things, and vehicles were right there at the top. It was during this time that Ford introduced the iconic Ford Thunderbird, fondly known as the T-Bird. When introduced in 1955 it took the world by storm, its success ran on for more than four decades and eleven generations. This third-generation Ford T-Bird was manufactured in 1962 and is the vinyl roof Landau variant, the odometer reads 45,600 genuine miles and comes with a host of new parts.
Ford pioneered the personal luxury car with the Thunderbird of 1955, a luxury car to be enjoyed solo, or with a single passenger accompanying, in contrast to the typical full-size luxury car where one is driven, rather than drives. Hailing from the first generation, we’ve got a fine 1957 Ford Thunderbird Convertible up for sale that’s on its second owner, and has been with the same family since 1968. It’s done 107,000 miles since leaving the Ford factory gates, and comes with a fine set of luxury options for the Fifties. A worthwhile weekend cruiser, this T-Bird is a chance to own a slice of American motoring history, as well as a digital detox machine. Only 21,380 examples were built in 1957, so you’re in a fairly exclusive club if you choose to add this to your garage. Plenty of documentation is provided, including owner’s manual, shop manual, receipts, and brochures.
The 80s and the Mustang marque was a time when survival was in order but that didn't stop examples like this 1992 Ford Mustang LX we have today from leaving the factory floors. With a reported 92,900 miles on the clock, this clean example of a Fox Body Mustang is an example of standing out and provides the ultimate bang for buck behind the wheel.
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.
The performance truck scene might seem unnecessary, but the moment you try one out, you might just end up driving back home in it. It all started with Dodge’s Lil’ Red Express, but things were taken up a notch with the release of the GMC Syclone (no, that’s not a misspelling). With performance that can match sports cars, the cool factor of performance trucks has grown over the years and has become a mainstay in product offerings by many manufacturers. With the performance wars at an all-time high, this 2020 Ford F-150 Shelby Super Snake we have today is a thorough-bred performance with a reported 7,000 miles on the clock. This low mileage example is ready to thunder down the drag strip and serve as a future collectible and a great investment in the years to come.
To keep up with Chevrolet and its success with the Corvette at the New York Auto Show, Ford released its Thunderbird in 1955. While it was a peppy car, the Thunderbird was aimed more at providing luxury and was Ford’s first step into the personal luxury car segment. With values for neat examples always on the rise, it's time you drove off into the sunset with this lovely 1957 Ford Thunderbird we have today. With a reported 78,000 miles on the clock, this is old-school American luxury and history on four wheels.
Looking back to the 60s and its clear that the Mustang wasn’t the only vehicle that was fit for history books. The legendary Ford Bronco lives on today, and is a true automotive icon, and what better way to represent the legendary name than this 1975 Ford Bronco we have today. With a reported 550 miles on the clock since restoration, this classic beauty sees a blend of modern and original features to ensure you stand out no matter where you are and what you are parked next to.
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.
The 60s was a time where performance and fast cars ruled the streets but turn back the clock 10 years and your customers preferred luxury and a smooth, refined drive feel. Finding a neat example of a 50s car regardless of make is increasingly becoming tough thanks to many cars falling prey to the custom build scene. This makes the car we have today all that special, present today in all its glory is this lovely 1951 Ford Custom 2 Door Convertible. This classic is reported to be a numbers matching vehicle and boats all what was good in 50s Americana in its own unique way.
The Roush name is synonymous with fast Mustangs and blistering zero to sixty times. Over the years the American tuner has provided the world with fast cars that don't boast practicality but performance. The vehicle we have today ticks both those boxes and comes in the form of this Ford F-150 Roush Off Road. With a reported 91,000 miles on the clock, this is an American legend’s take on the off-road world and one for you and your family to enjoy.
When you look back at the automotive greats of the 60s, you bound to hear of Carroll Shelby. Among the many automotive greats under his belt the GT350 is one that stands out. Built for the track and tamed to take on the street it's time you spruced up your weekend with this 1967 Ford Mustang GT350 we have today. This American beauty sports an upgraded engine that has just 400 miles since it's rebuild and ready to hit the road.
Carroll Shelby struck gold once again through the creation of this, one of the most beloved modern takes of a road-legal race car. Today the Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 is a piece of modern automotive history and is a heritage that many will be speaking of in generations to come. With a roaring V8 tuned to the height of pony car performance perfection, there’s just so much to love about these vehicles, and this particular 2008 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500, one of these pieces of history is now available for you to experience and appreciate as a part of your garage. Reportedly original 800 miles appear on the odometer, meaning that this GT500 has seen very little time on the road, preserved throughout these years to a perfect level. Maybe you will be the one to take her out and enjoy the road with, on a day out in the track, or attacking the twisting backroads for a little weekend experience, and maybe even as a stylish commuter if you’re brave and bold enough. There really is no reason not to pick this beauty to preserve protect and enjoy for many decades to come.
When Ford introduced the revived Ford Bronco, it was met with much excitement. At the time of the Broncos’ discontinuation in 1996, the two-door SUV was axed due to low demand. Still, throughout the decades, the Bronco was seeing a resurgence in the used market, and Ford timed it perfectly by introducing an upgrade to the legacy Ford Bronco. The current chip shortage has caused an increased uptick in the Broncos’ popularity, seeing as it is limited due to the slow production rate. As such, this is a worthwhile investment into a magnificent SUV. This particular 2021 Ford Bronco Outer Banks 4 Door comes with just 6,250 miles on the clock and is ready for a new home.
Purchasing a car in today's market is a tough ordeal, while you have the financials to do so manufacturers might not have what you want in store for you to drive off in, case in point is the all-new Ford Bronco. With a huge fan base awaiting its arrival production numbers are significantly low due to external factors. Were you looking to get your hands on a modern-day legend? This 2022 Ford Bronco 2-Door Black Diamond we have today might be the one for you. With just 600 miles reported on the clock this practically new Bronco comes with a Sasquatch package as well as a Black Diamond series equipment group as an added treat.
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.
If there’s one brand that stood the test of time and maintained a bonkers enthusiast club for themselves, it is the Ford Mustang. Presented here is a striking example of the 2008 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500, a proud barer of the Shelby moniker, which renowned Carrol Shelby granted only to worthy models. It is specifically an 820A Coupe model. Clocked at 10,500 miles so far, it comes with a host of upgrades while all original equipment reportedly included in sale.
Art comes in many forms, if you're a frequent visitor of our website chances are you like your art with four wheels and a mechanical heart. Today’s art selection is brightened up by the sight of this lovely 1967 Ford Bronco we have today. It's a true American classic that has seen upgrades to make it stand out and shock your passengers with its performance.
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.
Looking at the current lineup of SUVs from Ford, there is something for everyone, but turn back the clock to the 60s and one SUV filled up the product catalogs for Ford SUVs, the Ford Bronco. Built to take on the stiff competition brought by the Jeep Cj-5 and the international harvester, the Ford Bronco survived and showcased Ford as a major contender in the ever growing SUV segment. With the sixth and latest generation making its way to the general public it’s important to know where the legendary Ford Bronco marque started from, this 1967 Ford Bronco sure is a lovely way of experiencing period motoring and exploring the great outdoors in style.
You have quite the dream vehicle on your hands when luxury, performance, and capabilities on and off the road come together. A contemporary pickup truck to be exact. That is just what the Ford F-150 Shelby delivers and with the latest 2022 Ford F-150 Shelby Super Snake. It boasts 775 horsepower, making it Shelby's most powerful street truck ever. What’s more, its stands among the highest ranking powerful trucks in the world. That’s why we are excited to present this 2022 Ford F-150 Shelby Super Snake with less than 40 miles on its odometer. Located in Texas, this beast is a very attractive specimen and a proud heritor of the iconic Shelby Super Snake moniker. Carroll Shelby only awarded the Super Snake designation to his most impressive creations, so you can be sure you're getting a fantastic deal for your money.
Ford’s F-Series of light-duty trucks has been around since 1948, as sturdy, reliable and dependable transportation of goods and a few people too. Currently one of the best-selling models in the United States, the F-Series is now on the fourteenth generation, and shows no sign of slowing down. The range has expanded, gotten more luxurious, and more capable, with trim levels such as the Raptor, which is what this 2021 Ford F-150 Raptor presents itself in. With just 8,000 miles on the odometer, this is one performance truck that you’re going to want to get your hands on, pronto.
Walking into a dealership in the 50s was quite the occasion, you had choices on choices to choose from. Automotive manufacturers were ready to satisfy the growth in demand for cars post World War 2 and when it came to luxury, American car manufacturers like Ford showcased their potential with cars like the Ford Fairlane, the Fairlane was named after Henry Ford's Dearborn estate in Michigan and was the flagship of the full size Ford range at the time. Amongst it's iconic feats the Fairlane gave birth to the iconic Crown Victoria marque which would eventually become a standalone product from Ford. Looking for a 50s car but can't figure out what you want to drive home in? This 1955 Ford Fairlane Club Sedan with a reported 68,000 miles on the clock is a lovely example of Ford in the 50s and the perfect way to get about on a Sunday cruise.
Finding the right SUV in this modern-day market can be quite the challenge, with every auto manufacturer cashing on the surge in demand for SUVs it's commonplace to find corners cut for extra profit. To get true bang for your buck it's important you turn back the clock to the early 2000s when the entire SUV rush was just starting to settle in. With manufacturers trying and testing new designs Ford released what was to be their longest and heaviest SUV to enter mass production, the Ford Excursion. Built Ford tough and boasting practicality like never before the Excursion was sold for 6 years and is becoming hot property amongst collectors today. With prices on the rise and fewer examples in good condition available it's time, you got behind the wheel of this 2000 Ford Excursion Limited we have today. With 191,000 miles reported on the clock, this is a true survivor and is ready for long family trips or serve as your uber cool daily.
Since 1948, Ford’s F-Series lineup of pickup trucks has been an American institution, and continues to this day with the fourteenth generation. Few model lineups can boast such a long production run, making the F-Series a crucial part of American automotive history. Each generation brought something new to the table. This seventh generation 1981 Ford F-100 is thus worthy of your consideration, as it’s tastefully restomodded, comes with 89,200 miles, and a nice surprise under the hood.
Two names that need no introduction whatsoever are the F-150 and Shelby. The F-150 is a pretty capable machine which can tackle any light duty work you throw at it, now couple that reliability with Shelby’s legendary performance credentials and you’ve got a beast on your hands that can do the work and tear up the asphalt while doing it. The Ford F-150 is currently on its fourteenth generation. 2022 ushered in a better and improved F-150 model, and with the current chip shortage getting your hands on a regular F-150 is almost impossible while a Super Snake version is completely off the tables. Luckily today’s your day to have a chance on getting your hands on a 2022 Ford F-150 Shelby Super Snake with just 69 miles on the odometer.
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?
The sheer versatility of Ford’s Mustang that continues to the current sixth generation ensures that there’s an option for everyone. Want a drop-top? Done. Prefer a sleek and sporty fastback coupe? Done. Want a boulevard cruiser with adequate power? You can buy it. Want something with enough horsepower and torque to blow your tire budget in an evening? Call up Ford, Shelby, Roush, Saleen or Hennessey. This 1966 Ford Mustang Convertible is from the iconic first generation and represents a fine blend of top-down cruising and meaty V8 muscle. Reportedly having undergone a full restoration in 2017, it’s got a few upgrades to make life better.
2021 was a year of settling back into the new normal and while the whole world was used to bad news. Ford decided to sprinkle some positivity on what was a grim year, the good news came in the form of the new Ford Bronco, after a 25-year hiatus Ford released images of its all-new Ford Bronco and took the automotive world by storm. With demand at an all-time high and supply severely restricted due to external factors, getting your hands on your very own Ford Bronco is a dream for many but with this 2022 Ford Bronco Outer Banks we have today it's time you cut the waiting time and drove off in style.
We all were thrilled when the new Bronco finally returned for its sixth-generation after a 25-year hiatus. It goes without saying that it is because the Bronco, the first SUV model developed by Ford, was a legendary machine that went on to be a piece of American history. It remains a notable player in the pre-owned and custom SUV market. Majority of these countless Ford Broncos have been modified to meet current norms or their owner’s needs. This is one such stunning 1967 Ford Bronco Restomod located in Nevada, which is said to be owned by the seller since 2005. Helping it become the best version of itself, it comes with a host of upgrades under its belt.
When considering a reliable workhorse, very few options are as compelling as the Ford F-150. With decades of reliable performance delivered in each generation, you know these vehicles can get the job done, and last through the ages. A good example of this fact is this particular 1978 Ford F-150, located in Kentucky, which has lasted for more than four decades and is still going strong. Reportedly garage kept and with the 4-wheel drive system rarely used, this drivetrain has lasted about 120,000 miles already. The engine had to be replaced, with the new one used as a replacement reportedly having only 25,000 miles racked up on it. Overall, this F-150 has lasted a lifetime and is a solid choice, ready to be welcomed to a new home and enjoyed for another lifetime to come.
Ford Mustangs have been granting game-changing performance machines that revolutionized the automobile world in numerous ways. Even today, the Ford Mustang has the distinction of being the first pony car to truly excite fans. Although the Plymouth Barracuda is the official first Pony car, it could never compete with the Mustang, which debuted only two weeks later. The Mustang was well known for solidifying the American Muscle car genre as well. Ford sought to create a brand that catered to all customers, thus they also wanted to offer premium trims through the Mustang. In 1969, a new luxury model was introduced that was dubbed the Mustang Grande. It has a softer ride, extra sound deadening and a deluxe interior with simulated wood trim. This brings us to the 1970 Ford Mustang Grande we have on sale here. This ‘Stang came to us from New York with a plethora of new components and features.
Ever heard the words Coupe Utility when browsing through the classifieds or the internet? The words spark an image of a sporty yet practical way of getting about if that’s the image you had you sure are on the money. With automotive manufacturers testing out products and trying to keep up with customer taste the 50s saw the birth of the Ford Ranchero. It was the perfect way of getting about, all that muscle car styling and practicality of a truck in one vehicle. Want a piece of Ford’s shot at the Coupe Utility market? This 1965 Ford Falcon Ranchero we have today sure is a lovely option. It’s in original condition with even the owner’s manual included in the sale as well.
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.
The names Ford and Roush together usually spark an image of a fast Mustang munching down the miles, but when news came out that Roush would be working on the legendary Ford F-150 the automotive it was a fact that the automotive world was in for a treat. Built on a platform that has proved itself over decades and multiple models, the Roush Ford F150 is off-road loyalty and quite the looker. With legendary tuning prowess and that Ford reliability driving off in this 2020 Ford F-150 Roush Raptor is a decision, you won't regret. With 33,000 miles on the clock, this dealer-installed Roush performance also boasts some cool features like Raptor Carbon Fiber Package and an Equipment Group 802A to make you stand out.
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.
When choosing a pickup truck, you can never go wrong with Ford. And while the F-150 is a very capable option, some people’s needs might necessitate a bigger, more powerful vehicle. Of course, there are also those who love big trucks as well. Whatever your preference may be, there’s always the Ford F-250 and this particular 1994 Ford F-250 Club Cab pickup truck is a perfect choice for anyone who wants the simplicity from back in the day, and the functionality and power as well. With 33,000 miles reported by the seller on this vehicle, it certainly has been driven its fair share, but is still plenty ready and capable for any new challenge that may be put its way.
The Model T cemented Ford into the annals of history, but numerous models defined Ford into what it is today. For the past 119 years, Ford has mesmerized people from every wake of life with their American-built vehicles. The Ford F-Series of trucks have given Ford the most popular and best-selling trucks for more than 45 years since the series introduction in 1948. Ford announced the Ford Super Duty, a series to handle heavier and load-intensive work slotted above the more commercially oriented F-150. The Super Duty truck line has been produced since 1999 and is currently in its fourth generation. A chance to own a third-generation 2015 Ford F-250 Super Duty XLT with a host of aftermarket goodies is at hand, and best of all, the mileage is just 44,508 miles on the odometer.
The Ford Mustang is an iconic vehicle that has a rich history spanning decades, and through all its time, has managed to remain relevant, desirable and true to its heritage. This 2019 Ford Mustang is the same, and comes with a little extra spice, because this Mustang totes the very special name of Bullitt on its branding, a reference to the movie that defined the Hollywood Blockbuster car chase. Of course, with that name comes a number of extras, but also a heftier price tag, but this car isn’t for those who are concerned about price to performance. It’s about speed, style and remembering an icon, two in fact. And with 28,550 miles on the clock, this car, with a one-off custom deck as a tribute the to 1968 Bullitt Mustang Fastback of the movie is still raring and ready to go.
Great things in life can sometimes happen with a little planning and the right execution, Want proof? Let's rewind the tape to the 60s. Ford knew the car market was moving from the large land yachts to something more compact. While it can take years to develop a vehicle that would eventually break the automotive world, the Mustang was thought of, designed, and built into a final working example in just 2 years. Lee Iacocca and his men had their work cut out for them. The Mustang was one for the history books and it's time you basked in all this glory with this 1966 Ford Mustang we have today. With a reported 45,592 miles on the clock what you get is an American legend in all its armor and one neat way to spend the weekend.
Looking back at the 70s, memories of good music, times and great cars come to mind, but for those who lived during that time a dark shadow loomed and ensured America as a nation come to a halt. The oil crisis of the 70s sure changed the automotive world, manufacturers realized that large cars with gas-guzzling engines were a thing of the past, and new car buyers wanted a small and efficient way of getting about. After becoming the president of the Ford Motor company in 1970, Lee Iacocca immediately got to work on making the legendary Mustang smaller and suited to modern tastes. The Ford Mustang II was the end product. Lee Iacocca's exceptional vision coincided with the fuel crisis and the Ford Mustang 2 sold well and kept the Mustang marque running for another day. It was a complete change-up but worked well. While it sold well finding a good example today has become increasingly tough and that's what makes this clean 1974 Ford Mustang Mach 2 we have today a rare pony. With a reported 69,421 miles on the clock this unlikely hero is an underappreciated survivor and also comes with a car cover included in the sale.
After a long week, picture unwinding on the weekend in a top-down red Mustang that will turn heads as you pass by. For people who understands the classic Mustang madness, this 1969 Ford Mustang Convertible means a great deal, and for good reason. Ford moved on and stepped into the muscle car genre in 1969 as the adored pony car reached its pinnacle. So, what you're looking at is a Mustang that has been heralded as the first Mustang to fit the criteria of a muscle car. With its aggressive looks and the bonkers Windsor V8, this Mustang embarrasses rival Camaros. Furthermore, FantomWorks have performed astonishing restoration work on this car, and the receipts are at hand too. This red bullet, which is now in Nevada, has 65,000 miles on it and comes with its original build sheet.
One of the most prominent postwar trucks in Ford F-Series, also known as "Bonus Built" lineup was the 1951 pickup. Although not having the most handsome appearance by today's standards, being the first version of the Ford F-Series, it also represented the first generation of "true" trucks that were not based on a prior car platform. First-generation models come in eight variations starting with the lightest capacity, the F-1, and the F-8 being the version with the maximum capacity. The lineup included trucks ranging from half-ton pickups to three-ton commercial haulers, making it the most varied in Ford truck history. Today, classic truck collectors find little to no examples of this generation of trucks, at least in acceptable condition. In the realm of today’s truck collectors, it’s not easy to stop one of these as well, a 1951 Ford F3 Pickup. Located in Michigan, it bundles a joyful attitude and awaits its next buyer.
There’s no doubt that everyone has a special space, big or small, in their hearts for Mustangs. Even if the current day Mustangs don't cut it for you, the classics, which started with the "pony car" tag should stir any motor enthusiasts. They are the epitome of the "good old days" saying. Even more justification for why collectors today are on the lookout for them. Thus, the stunning 1971 Ford Mustang Convertible displayed here might not stay in our inventory for long. So far, it has been a resident in New Jersey and have completed a 68,000-mile journey. According to what we were told, it also keeps the majority of its original parts, which makes it more desirable. You will receive two sets of keys for this Mustang, as well as a guarantee of admiring glances from passers-by.
The market for vintage trucks is at an all-time high, with prices soaring on, and the daily low mileage factory examples are being scooped up by collectors who want to relive their youth and have a reliable classic they could enjoy. The Ford F150 is a trusted name for over 50 years when it comes to American trucks. Present here and with all its glory, and factory goodness is this 1979 Ford F-150 460 Big Block we have today. With a reported 26,800 miles on the clock, this vintage truck is a clean, low mileage example that ticks all the boxes and makes for one savvy investment: what's better? The truck comes with a Marti report, and Protection Group plus custom package from the factory.
Ford trucks are built tough and cater to multiple segments, be it luxury or performance. Ford has got you sorted. When picking out from the various trims available, one stands out, the King Ranch trim. Named after America's largest ranch, you are treated to a host of luxuries that make your truck stand out; look at this 2022 Ford F-250 King Ranch we have today, for instance. With a reported 5,600 miles on the clock, this is a product of a partnership over 20 years strong and built Ford tough.
It goes without saying that you are looking at something out of the ordinary. If you like low riders, this 1953 Ford Ranch Wagon will definitely catch your eye. A customizing shop, Full Scale Hot Rods, found a lonely 1953 Ford Ranch Wagon and turned it into a really special attention grabber at hot rod shows. It is crafted upon a 2002 Corvette Z06 chassis. Apart from turning heads, it’s excellent at making news as well. You’re looking at an icon that was featured in many publications including Hot Rod Magazine and Motor Trend. It still has its extensive history and build documentation too. This 1953 Ford Ranch Wagon Z06 Chassis restomod is currently located at California and we are certain that it won’t be up for grabs for long, so act fast if it catches your fancy.
The car market was in full swing back in the 50s. The sleek and artistic European vehicles stood among the large and exuberant American cars. Chevrolet's answer to that was the Chevrolet Corvette. With the all-new American sports car taking the world by storm, Ford released the Thunderbird and referred to it as a "personal car of distinction". The Thunderbird was a larger car compared to the Corvette but blended that 50s excess and modern-day styling exceptionally well. History lesson aside, the first generation Ford Thunderbird even today, is a looker, Drive-by with the top down alongside a scenic route, and you sure feel like you are in a movie. With the lovely 1957 Ford Thunderbird Convertible, we have today, you can potentially own a piece of American car history. What's better is that this car has been with the same owner for 30 years and has reportedly seen a full restoration in the 90s, with just 62,486 miles clocked in since its restoration.
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 cake is taken by the light-duty truck F-150, 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 2012 Ford F-350 MegaRaptor by MegaRexx truck with a total of 210,000 miles on the odometer and reportedly less than 3,000 miles after the build/conversion.
The Ford Mustang is a car that has transcended beyond car culture. It is an American cultural icon, and continues to remain a car that anyone can easily fall in love with. It’s iconic design, is one of the biggest reasons behind this phenomena, and it all began with the classic Mustangs of the 1960s. This 1969 Ford Mustang Coupe is no different and comes with the iconic look that continues to influence the designs of modern and future Mustangs. This 63,200 mile vehicle has been well maintained and has stood the test of time, still running alive today. It has had some maintenance done, with some parts replaced, but the seller reports that it comes with a matching number 250ci engine and transmission, meaning it is genuine, and a great option for anyone who loves Mustangs and wishes to preserve these vehicles for a future generation.
The F series truck by Ford is nothing short of legendary; they serve many purposes and do what they are supposed to with that Ford standard of reliability. Each generation lived up to its time and set the tone for what was to come. To understand the success of the F series truck, one must go back in time; while this sounds impossible, the 1954 Ford F100 we have today makes it possible. With 79,000 miles reported on the clock, this lovely example of the second generation F series is a looker and one practical classic to own and treasure.
Are you the type of person who likes performance? Then, legendary tuner Shelby is your go-to place for speed and power. But there is a catch you love the greater outdoors rather than a track; what do you get? Fortunately, what we have today covers all those needs and comes in the form of this 2019 Ford F-150 Shelby Baja Raptor. With a reported 37,378 miles on the clock, this limited run-off-road monster comes with a Shelby CSM tag (19SR0119) and can be your way of exploring the great outdoors in style.
Throughout the decades, Ford has produced some of the most innovative and noteworthy vehicles. One of these is the Ford Thunderbird, more commonly known by fans as the T-Bird. The T-Bird was a personal luxury car produced from 1954 to 1997, then revived in 2002 and produced until 2005. All these decades entailed the T-Bird to 11 generations of T-Bird models, but none is as sought after as the first generation, which was produced from 1955 to 1957. A rare chance to own one of these magnificent cars is at hand in the form of this 1957 Ford Thunderbird convertible with many rebuilt mechanics and new parts and comes just 14,000 original miles.
The Mustang made its debut in 1964 and almost immediately became a performance machine. Cars like the legendary GT500 showcased what the Mustang marque was and how it's there to stay. With the GT500 name first making its rounds in 1967 and shocking the world car buyers wouldn't see another till it was brought back in 2014. Thankfully Ford blessed the automotive world by bringing back the GT500 name after a 6-year hiatus. Did the sixth generation GT500 live up to its iconic name? Let's leave that for you to decide with this 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Coupe we have today. With 2,030 miles on the clock this American legend is waiting to be unleashed and enjoyed; be it a track day or a spirited Sunday cruise.
If nothing, Ford can be credited for bringing innovation and memorable vehicles to the automobile landscape. The Ford F-Series, a successor of the Ford Pickup, has been in production since its reveal in 1948. This series from Ford encompasses light-duty, heavy-duty, and Class 6–8 commercial trucks. The Super Duty range of trucks has been in production since 1998 and is currently in its fourth generation. A chance to own a true monster of a truck is at hand in the form of this 2022 Ford F-600 Rollback Tow Truck Bed with just 1000 miles on the odometer.
Ford got in on the SUV game way back in 1965, albeit the term hadn’t been coined yet. Their Bronco would prove to be such a sales success, that collective groans were raised from the public when it bowed out in 1996, and cheers greeted the 2021 revival. This 1971 Ford Bronco is from the first generation, and comes with quite a few upgrades. The seller reports that it’s been built by an active duty Navy Seal, and bears many Seal attributes as a result. With just 1,500 miles on the build, it’s perfect for those seeking the outdoor lifestyle.
The Ford Bronco is possibly America's greatest off-roader, if not its most beloved, and for good reason. It's durable, powerful, gets the job done, and looks good while doing so. This specific 1973 Ford Bronco is all that, with a load of custom enhancements to make sure that this iconic vehicle is still relevant in the modern age. It comes with a variety of customizations that you will be bound to fall in love with to make the Bronco even better.
The story of the Ford Mustang is so well-known and pivotal in American automotive history, it might as well be integrated into the History curriculum for middle-schoolers. You know the story, Ford creates a sensation with the release of the Mustang in 1964, a new genre is born called the Pony Car, several others join over the years, and the story continues. That’s why first-generation ‘Stangs such as this 1969 Ford Mustang 302ci Coupe are highly desirable items on the classic car market; they are not symbols of American history. Packing a light 53,287 miles, this ‘Stang has seen some refreshment, as well as a few upgrades.
Mustangs are some of the most interesting but also commonly owned vehicles in America. But what makes this particular vehicle special, a cut above the rest is the fact that this is reported to be 1 of only 4 Mustangs made with this specific color combination. Saleen Serial number 06-0969 will help authenticate if this is true or not for you. Saleen Mustangs, known for their ultra-rare, limited edition models are heavily modified Mustangs, and come with a number of enhancements, both visual and performance wise. This 2006 Ford Mustang Saleen S281 Supercharged Coupe is no different, reportedly coming with the Saleen package from factory, with Saleen Power Flash Calibration. With 25,000 miles on the clock, this Mustang still has plenty of life in her to push the limits of what a Mustang can do, and still look drop dead gorgeous while doing so.
Ford has been building practical and amazing trucks since time immemorial. What the Ford Mustang is in the pony car segment, the F-Series is in the truck segment. The Ford F-Series, the successor of the Ford Pickup, began production in 1948. It wasn't until 1999 that Ford introduced the Ford Super Duty or F-Series Super Duty trucks dedicated to the heavy lifting segment, with a target market for ranchers, heavy load transporters, etc. The F-Series is currently in its fourth generation, with the F-250, F-350, F-450, F-550, and the F-600 coming under the Super Duty banner. Up for grabs is a 2012 Ford F-250 Super Duty XL with a tasty upgrade in the form of an Any Level Lift kit and just 125,500 miles on the odometer.
The Mustang is one of the most iconic pieces of American automotive history. It’s definitely a part of American culture, and a global icon, desired by people around the world. That icon was built through the classic Mustangs of the past decades, especially the era of the ‘60s. This 1965 Mustang Coupe hails from this era and is a piece of heritage that has been preserved all these years. Reportedly an automobile that is making its debut in the used market, this Mustang reportedly is being put on sale by the original owner’s family, meaning this is a car that has been preserved with tender, loving care, and maintained impeccably, maybe even preserved in the garage for a number of years as well. Now, you have the chance to protect and preserve this 1965 Ford Mustang Coupe by welcoming her to your home, and into your life. With a claimed 201,111 miles on the clock, this Mustang has stood the test of time, and reportedly comes with matching original numbers in its transmission system as well as engine. Even the heater and air conditioner are from factory, and AM radio original, making this Mustang even more special.
When Ford announced the return of the Bronco in 2020 and its subsequent introduction in 2021, the nameplate took the world by storm. This SUV, which has been on the back burner for over 25 years, has seen a resurgence in its popularity thanks to this new variant. The sixth-generation Ford Bronco was introduced with seven trims, while two more were added in 2022. Hennessey Performance offered a souped-up version for the Ford Bronco in the form of the Hennessey VelociRaptor 400. It is reported that this example is the 1 of 200 made specimens and a rare chance to own this 2021 Ford Bronco Hennessey VelociRaptor 400 with just 895 miles on the odometer is at hand.
The Shelby GT500 named after one of the greatest names in automotive history, and an American legend, the Shelby GT500 is a more than a car, it’s a legacy. This 2021 model of the iconic Shelby GT500 is everything you could want from a sports car; it’s fast, powerful, beautiful and what makes it even better is that this is all-American design. This specific 2021 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Golden Ticket comes with all the bells and whistles you could ask for, including a number of cosmetic and performance upgrades, including the carbon fiber track pack. Reportedly having been driven only 135 miles according to the seller, this car is an absolute steal for anyone looking for a modern sports car in impeccable condition.
Ford’s Mustang is one of those epic American cars. Born in 1964 and going strong in 2022, the Mustang spawned an entire segment called the Pony Car. Mustangs are hot property, especially original ones. That said, what if you’re seeking a different route? The restomod community has you covered, with examples such as this 1967 Ford Mustang Restomod which has got under 4,000 miles on the motor. If you want a Sixties Mustang with some serious firepower, customized looks and a few modern fripperies on the inside, this is the car for you, after its frame-off restoration that’s said to have been done by Riley Performance Motorcars.
The 1932 Ford Model B is an unmistakable automotive icon, and without a doubt the car that most people recall when imagining a classic hot rod car. The Model B was offered in standard and Deluxe versions, with the Deluxe version available in three-window coupe, roadster, phaeton, Tudor, and Fordor (four door) body styles. This aggressive head-turner you see here is an example of the 1932 Ford Model B 3-Window Coupe situated in Texas. Although its roots run back all the way to 1932, its refurbished drivetrain and engine only has 900 miles on them. Carrying exciting upgrades under its belt, this is the perfect chance for hot-rodders to take advantage of this rare opportunity.
Ford knew what hardworking Americans wanted, and needed. All that and more can be found in the Ford F-350, an iconic pickup truck that has stood the test of time. Although a bit aged compared to its modern counterpart, this 1988 model F-350 has everything you need, from massive space both in the interior and cargo bay, as well as a powerful engine to haul pretty much anything you would need. It is also reported to come with a few comforts that were pretty new to the time this F-350 made its way from the factory, including a reported cruise control system as well as front captain chairs and a wooden center console for that classic touch. If you’re into classic trucks, then this is a steal with a reported 5,780 miles on the clock.
When the Shelby GT500 rolls down the road it’s hard to confuse it with anything other than the king of the Ford stable. After gaining a renowned status back in the ‘60s, the GT500 name returned in the 21st century with a massive performance punch up its sleeves. While what’s beneath the puffed hood gives it character, the 2021 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 also packs all the tech you'd anticipate from a premium Ford vehicle. This torpedo carries Carroll Shelby’s ethos and pushes the current generation of Ford Modular V8 to its limits. This enticing specimen of the 2021 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 coupe surely lives up to the hype. With just 1,300 miles on its clock, it is located in Connecticut waiting for its lucky buyer. This GT500 comes with a slew of optional packages and will easily become your track day darling.
From the Fifties to the current era, muscle cars have been the definition of pure, raw, American automotive performance. A definition best justified by the Ford Mustang. Before the Ford GT, The Mustang served as Ford's halo car and is a proud testament to their success. This 1970 Ford Mustang Cobra Convertible Tribute has a rather interesting story. It is said that the car has an original Mach 1 body, with its entire paint job and 'Tribute' work being done by Ford themselves. Either way, there's no denying that the car is in absolutely sublime condition and is currently seeking a new home.
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.
As a pioneer in the motoring industry, Ford has introduced many iconic models since its founding in 1903. Just after World War II, Ford saw the need to improve on their already robust Ford Pickups and enter the Ford F-Series light-duty trucks in 1948. Currently, in its 14th generation, the Ford F-Series has branched to produce heavy-duty trucks as well. The Ford F-Series trucks are the most popular with the Ford F-150 taking the top spot. The sixth-generation Ford F-150 was produced from 1972 to 1979 and is commonly known by enthusiasts as the “dentside Ford”. It was during 1977 that the truck became the most popular in the United States, a position it has held ever since. A rare chance to own one of these legendary trucks is at hand in the form of this 1977 Ford F-150 Ranger XLT Supercab.
The Ford Model A has become the quintessential hot rod thanks to its gorgeous body shape and long hood that can house a mighty powertrain of any choice. Even back then, sales of the 1930 Ford Model A skyrocketed to three million units, with nine body variants to choose from. Dubbed as the Deuce coupe, it is easy to locate yet pricey since it is much sought after by collectors. As a result, they provide a reasonable choice for a hot rod with a classic twist. This is why there are numerous inventive and exquisite hot rod examples of the Deuce coupe, like what we have presented here. This engaging 1930 Ford Model A Roadster is cleverly accumulated to what it stands for today, an impressive hot rod derived from a noble classic. With only 500 miles put on it after the build, it currently rests in Pennsylvania.
The collector market is ablaze with pony cars; a quick peek at auctions shows cars selling for amounts way above their MSRP. The Pony car market has none other than the legendary Ford Mustang to thank for it. With the biggest names in the industry backing the project, it was always destined to be a groundbreaker like this 1968 Ford Mustang Coupe we have today. Catch it before it gallops away!
The Mustang from Ford is what paved the way for pony cars, in-fact the Mustang is still the best-selling pony car on the market. The Mustang was introduced in 1964 with its signature “long hood” and “short deck” sporty styling. The iconic pony car is currently in its sixth generation, with Ford having launched the Mustang Mach-E as well. The current iteration of the Mustang began production in 2015 and sold over 120,000 units in that year alone. Roush Performance was founded in 1995 and is Ford's official aftermarket performance producer. Up for grabs is a 2015 Ford Mustang GT Roush Stage 3 with just 10,823 miles on the clock and ready for a new owner.
When Ford introduced the Ford Mustang in 1964 it became an instant hit. Throughout the decades' Ford produced a staggering number of Mustangs, with a myriad of special editions of every sort and color. The Mustang is currently on its sixth iteration which began production in 2015. The Shelby GT500 variant of the sixth generation was produced from 2020 with a few dealers receiving a “Golden Ticket” Shelby GT500. The fact that this variant of the Shelby GT500 is limited has added even more value to the car and is highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts. Here’s a chance to own a 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Golden Ticket with just 12 miles on the clock and ready for a new home.
After World War II every automobile manufacturer kicked into high gear with the boom of the economy. With the spotlight being on the Space Race, many manufacturers, especially in North America were trying to capture the audience interested in the Space Race. 1958 saw Ford introduce a full-sized car called the Ford Galaxie which was produced until 1974 with four distinct model lineups and the Chevrolet Impala and the Plymouth Belvedere being its competitors. A chance to own a 1959 Ford Galaxie 500 is now at hand, with just 18,000 miles on the clock.
Two decades after the end of World War II, and with the subsequent end of the Golden Age of Capitalism, a large percentage of people started to shift away from the flashy cars of the Forties and Fifties. Ford saw an opportunity in 1964 for a compact sporty car, and thus the Ford Mustang was born and with it the pony car category. The Mustang's popularity is clearly shown through the six generations of the production of the car. The first few cars of the first-generation Mustang were produced in the latter half of 1964, hence Mustangs produced during this period of 1964 are called the 1964 ½ Mustangs. Up for grabs is this highly collectible 1964 ½ Ford Mustang convertible. with just 69,000 miles on the clock.
The F-series truck by Ford has moved America as a nation. Built Ford tough, it’s no surprise seeing older models still chugging along and being loyal to their owners. With large aftermarket support for performance and body upgrades, you could also build up your truck to your heart's fancy. One popular modification is making your Ford truck bigger than it is just like this 2015 Ford F-250 6 Door Custom Excursion we have today. You’ve got a 6 door conversion, 65,000 miles done, and an onboard air system to suit your preferred air height. You also won't have to worry about any legal issues either, thanks to this vehicle being sold with a reported rebuild title.
The Ford F-150 is an iconic truck that is truly connected with the American spirit. Functional, powerful, and practical, this 2019 F150 XLT SCA comes with the Black Widow trim, meaning not only is it a capable off roader off the asphalt, but also a stunning black beauty that will turn the heads of admirers wherever it goes. Command the road with this 2019 F-150 Black Widow with its powerful road presence, and charismatic stance, providing ample visibility whether it be to navigate the trail ahead, or what lies ahead of the road. This easily converts into confidence thanks to the powerful engine and capable transmission. With just 28,500 miles on the clock, this Black Widow is definitely worth your consideration.
When we compare the fan bases that each motor category has, there's no doubt that Mustang fanaticism stands on its own. The Ford Mustang is the main reason why we now enjoy a genre known as Pony cars. The process of solidifying Pony cars with more than one competitor began in 1967, with the debut of the Chevrolet Camaro. It was the first real competitor the Mustang faced after years of leading the Pony car field. Ford decided to answer with the 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 and needless to say, vengeance was sweet. The name 'Boss' was inspired by Ford stylist Larry Shinoda's nickname, who did an incredible job designing the 302. Seen here is a well preserved example of his job well done. This 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 has 39,150 miles on its clock and comes with the Marti Report, signaling that you're buying from a reputable seller.
By 1968, the Shelby Mustang, the Ford Mustang's high-performance derivative, was enjoying tremendous success. Carroll Shelby put his nine years of racing experience into these cars, making them difficult to rival in the automotive market at the time. Nonetheless, Ford and Shelby yearned for more and felt that the pony car can become more compelling. The result was the improved 428 Police Interceptor engine, which was dubbed the 428 Cobra jet. This powerhouse was installed in the ramped-up Shelby GT500, helping to boost the pony cars desirability. Today, these Mustangs are increasing in value among the muscle car enthusiasts and collectors. This is your chance to own this stunning example of the 1968 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500. Located in Rhode Island with just 41,000 miles on the clock, it is said to be a numbers-matching vehicle and comes with an original owner’s manual. In addition, this GT500 sports a slew of packages and upgrades.
When it comes to muscle cars, undoubtedly the iconic Ford Mustang is at the top of the heap. In 2015, the Mustang continued its legendary run with the Mustang GT variant of the sixth generation. Despite the fact that it is a perfectly capable car as is, Ford added a Performance package to give it a little added oomph. This package is the perfect storm that will crack some smiles, since enthusiasts seem to admire more and more power out of muscle cars. It's bound to receive thumbs up and camera phones aimed at it, owing to its fierce rumble and aggressive style that recalls earlier iterations. Get a taste of it by climbing into the drivers’ seat of this 2017 Ford Mustang GT coupled with the Performance Package that we have in stock. Displaying 22,000 miles on the clock, this Mustang will surely put you on cloud nine on a racetrack.
When it comes to truck events, the stakes are rising higher in order to stand out among the sea of artistic and imaginative builds that seem to redefine what utility trucks stand for. Events like SEMA that take place in Las Vegas demand a great deal of drama added to trucks. The Ford F-series is frequently seen at SEMA and is regarded by enthusiasts as one of the most attention grabbing vehicles on the show. The F-series Supper Duty variants are highlighted among others owing to its solid foundation that allows them to be one of the most flexible trucks to customize. We are delighted to present this 2008 Ford F-450 Super Duty Luxury Liner that features numerous custom modifications that earned it a spot at the SEMA show. Located in Missouri, this piece of art belongs to the second generation of the Super Duty lineup and has just over 3182 miles on its clock.