Which one of these would you add to your pony car collection?
The Ford Mustang name is one of the most, if not the most, popular monikers in American automotive history. Because of their design, the nostalgia associated with the name, and performance they offer, they do exceedingly well on the collector car market. At the upcoming GAA Classic Car auction in November, a herd of Ford Mustangs is set to cross the auction block, and here are some highlights of the ones headed to go under the hammer.
2016 Ford Mustang Shelby American Super Snake
With less than 1600 miles on the clock, this Super Snake is practically new. It features the Super Snake black striping and badging, front grille emblem, faux gas cap, quarter panel snake emblems, back lit door sill plates, Super Snake floor mats and headrest cover. See it here.
2016 Ford Mustang Mustang Shelby GT350
Equipped with the track pack option, this Mustang has only 1300 miles on the clock, and comes with the original order sheet, window sticker, and delivery paperwork. It has Ricaro seats and you can see it here.
2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350
Here you have a very special Mustang, it’s pre-production chassis # PP0004 and has only 5800 miles on the clock. It represents the last year of the GT350 and is well-optioned. See it here.
2022 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Heritage Edition
This is 1 of 225 Heritage Editions Built to Commemorate the 1967 GT500, it’s also 1 of Less than 50 with Carbon Fiber Track Pack "Golden Ticket" option. See it here.
2004 Mustang Mach 1
This 40th Anniversary Mach 1 has only 1500 miles on the clock, and represents the last year of the SN95 Mustang platform. It has Heritage Wheels and Interior, and a 5-speed manual transmission. See it here.
1993 Ford Mustang GT
This Mustang represents the last year of the Fox Body Mustang, and has only 17k miles on the clock. It rolls on Pony wheels and comes with all of the or original sales and paperwork. See it here.