This car was originally billed to Shelby American on February 10, 1964, and it was shipped to Los Angeles aboard the SS Amsteldyk. It was later invoiced to Bill Doenges Ford of Tulsa, OK, on September 10, 1964, and it was originally painted bright blue with a red interior.
The first owner of 2332 was Read More
• Believed to be 17,000 actual miles
• Boss 302 matching-numbers engine
• 4-speed transmission, 3.50 Posi rear end
• Documented by the invoice, Protect-O-Plate, warranty card, Elite Marti Report, original drive-out tag, metal dealership tag
• Acapulco Blue with black interior
• Power steering and brakes
• Argent Gray Magnum wheels, rear window louvers
• F-60-15 Read More
These Cobra Rs are regarded as the best-handling Mustangs ever built. Only 300 were made, making this a rare opportunity to own an example of this street-legal race car.
But this car is special even among that limited group of 300. This car was ordered by Read More
All new chassis-up, not restored. Artistic level of fit and finish. Supercharged 418-ci engine, 6-speed Tremec transmission and nine-inch rear end. 24×15 massive rear wheels, fully modern suspension and brakes. Custom interior. Massive sound system and functional “zoomie” exhaust activated from center console. Custom fabricated up-down license plate holder. Custom integrated Read More
This ’63 Galaxie 500 XL is the product of a meticulously finished, show-quality frame-off restoration with an eye toward subdued customization and increased performance. It’s a multiple award and show winner, including Ford Muscle Pick at the Goodguys Northwest Nationals in 2011.
It was delivered from the factory in Rangoon Red over red Read More
This 1962 Lincoln Continental convertible was acquired by William Rodina of Bridgewater, CT, after a full restoration was done on the car. Contours and paint are all excellent, and the exterior brightwork is of very good quality. The odometer indicates slightly fewer than 75,000 miles, which is believed to Read More
Chassis number: 3H15F236541
- AACA Senior First Place winner
- Rare Sprint with 260 V8, factory tachometer, wire wheel covers, buckets and console
- No expense was spared on this very detailed restoration
Chassis number: 5F08D110588
Engine number: C6AE6015C
Introduced in April 1964 at the New York World’s Fair, and conceived by Lee Iacocca, the Ford Mustang created an overnight nationwide sensation. It offered a winning combination of sporting performance, personal luxury and crisp styling that spawned a new “Pony Car” market and encouraged stiff competition from Detroit’s other major automakers. Part of the Mustang’s appeal was the wide range of options; Ford offered the ability to truly personalize a Mustang. A Read More