Which of these classic Pony Cars would you add to your Ford collection?
Classic Ford Mustangs are some of the coolest old vehicles to ever hit the American automotive market. The first generation of the original American pony was a smash hit and made the hearts of enthusiasts everywhere skip a beat. For this reason, you might expect there to be a lot of collections that show off the best of the model’s qualities. You’d be exactly correct but it’s unlikely there are many out there whose items are as stunning as these prancing ponies.
1968 Ford Mustang "Bullitt" Tribute
This true fastback was restored using all Ford sheetmetal with factory floors. It is powered by a 311 cubic inch Small Block Ford V8 with 351 cylinder heads. This is an amazing example of a tribute to the car manned by Steve McQueen in the iconic movie. See it here.
1970 Ford Mustang
This 1970 Ford Mustang Fastback is a restomod that is powered by a Big Block Ford 429 cubic-inch engine with aluminum SCJ heads. The engine is backed by a C6 automatic transmission, which feeds into a Ford 9-inch rear end. Stopping power comes from 4-wheel disc brakes. A restoration took care of every detail and has this Mustang ready to steal the show! See it here.
1966 Ford Mustang
Featuring an original engine and transmission, this Mustang has only 59,600 documented miles. It’s been well cared for its entire life, with upgrades and restorations throughout to keep its original integrity, but to add power and comforts. See it here.
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