Originally purchased true 1966 Ford Mustang GT coupe in Maryville, TN in March 1966 where it has retained the same ONE OWNER on the car until 2017 upon passing. The son hand wrote a letter with a little background history of his dad’s ownership. Starting in 2017 it had undergone restoration from Dave’s Classic Restoration in TN. Showing 95,573 original miles.
Date coded 289 cui / 4 bbl Auto Lite carb “A Code” (block casting # C5AE 6015-E / Date 5K23). 4 speed Borg Warner T10 manual transmission. Factory read end with 3.00:1 gears. Painted Factory color Ivy Green Metallic (code R). Gold / Ivory Deluxe Pony bucket seat interior with center console. Front disc brakes. Stock steering. Dual exhaust with manifolds. GT options to include: GT rear valence exhaust, GT gas cap, fog lights, Rally Pac column gauges, GT badges. Deluxe door panels. Wood-grain interior accents. Functional Reverse Lock-out. Front / Rear lap belts. Functional Factory AM radio. Red oxide primer undercarriage. Retains Factory Buck Tag. 15″ Magnum 500 wheels with Red-line Radial tires.
Auto Mania celebrated 30 years recently with Carlisle Events’ annual indoor (and outdoor) swap meet at the Allentown Fairgrounds and its Agri-Plex Building. “Thousands” of people turned out for the event, Carlisle Events reported. “Auto Mania was a great starting point for those looking to pick up automotive pieces and parts, restoration items, collectibles, merchandise, […]
FCA Heritage, the in-house car collection of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, will send several of its vehicles and a photography exhibition to the 38th Automotoretro Motor Show, taking place January 30-February 2 in the Lingotto Fiere exhibition halls in Turin, Italy. FCA Heritage will be among 1,200 exhibitors at the event, which launches the 2020 classic […]
One of only 92 such 1969 Dodge Super Bee hardtop coupes with a Hemi engine and 4-speed transmission built for the U.S. market will be among the featured vehicles at GAA’s classic car auction scheduled for February 27-29 in Greensboro, North Carolina.
You may have watched the sale on television or read recently about the 1989 Jeep Grand Wagoneer that sold at Barrett-Jackson for an astounding $110,000. While vintage sport utility vehicles have become popular with collectors of late, that 6-figure price paid was the exception, not the rule. It was the exception because the ’89 model […]
Gooding & Company’s first collector car auction outside the United States will present a “masterpiece collection” of 16 exceptional British, French and Italian sports, racing and luxury cars during its April 1 sale at historic Somerset House in London. All of the cars at the auction, which has been dubbed “Passion of a Lifetime,” are […]
A year ago, Porsche scion Ferdinand Porsche and his business partner Vinzenz Greger revived a weekend of auto racing on ice in Zell am See, Austria. They’re back, and now it’s “Ice Week 2020,” with events running from January 27 to February 2. In addition to vehicles previously announced, the organizers say that cars to […]
The explosion Saturday that took the lives of two employees of a manufacturing business in Houston also collapsed the roofs of two nearby buildings housing a Corvette restoration specialist. “Mine are flattened,” Gordon Andrus told Houston ABC television station KTRK. “It’s sitting there with about a million dollars in cars right now.” He added that […]
Here’s a sweet coupe from Italy that’s quite rare in the US, mainly because they were never sold outside of Europe. The premium Fiat has a handsome body designed and built by Pininfarina and an engine designed by Aurelio Lampredi, who also created exotic motors for Ferrari. The Pick of the Day is a 1973 […]
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Open-wheel racing cars come in a variety of sizes, and that includes the size of the engine and the vehicle itself. For example, in road racing, drivers often start in smaller and less powerful Formula Vee or Formula Ford cars and work their way up to Grand Prix racing. On America’s oval tracks, the progression […]