Which would you choose?
One car that took America by storm during its formal introduction was the Ford Mustang. The Ford Mustang is the ultimate in American performance. It’s the car that started a whole new competitive segment. Now with plenty of generations and different models to sport the Mustang name, the pony car has remained in production for a continuous 57 years, an impressive feat that not many models have accomplished. Bidders will have the opportunity to bid on these two classic Ford Mustangs at the upcoming Mecum auction. These are both from the Gary Thomas collection and both from 1970, but have some unique differences beyond that. So the question is, which of these stunning pony cars would you add to your Ford Mustang collection?
1970 Ford Mustang Fastback
This unrestored Mustang is highly original and delivered new to Pueblo Ford, Inc. in Tuscon, Arizona, and stayed out west until recently. It features the Grabber Special Value Package and is powered by a 302 cubic-inch V8 engine. It rolls on 15 inch Magnum 500 wheels and you can see it here.
1970 Ford Mustang Boss Fastback
This 1970 Mustang Boss has what's believed to be 27,895 original miles on the clock, and is in excellent shape. A shaker hood scoop hides a 302 cubic inch engine, which is backed by a close ratio 4-speed manual transmission. The Calypso Coral with Black interior rolls on Magnum 500 wheels, wrapped in correct Goodyear F60-15 Polyglas GT tires. See it here.
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