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$899,999

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Los Angeles, CA

Wires Only

$488,850

562 miles

Bellevue, WA

OpenRoad Northwest

$449,995

614 miles

Beverly Hills, California

TBTFW

$350,000

817 miles

Orlando, FL

Revology Cars

$325,000

1,100 miles

Orlando, FL

Revology Cars

$299,995

1,305 miles

West Chester, PA

McLaren Philadelphia

$229,950

59,386 miles

Bellevue, WA

Park Place Ltd.

$199,995

4,100 miles

Glen Cove, NY

Ryan Friedman Motor Cars

$199,950

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Bellevue, WA

Park Place Ltd.

$165,000OBO

255 miles

Lk Havasu Cty, AZ

Private seller

$159,900

1,650 miles

Boca Raton, FL

Atlantis Motor Group

$149,950

1,828 miles

Chatsworth, CA

Fusion Luxury Motors

$142,000

242 miles

Randolph, OH

Sarchione Ford of Randolph

$140,770

17 miles

Private seller

$139,900

10 miles

Randolph, OH

Sarchione Ford of Randolph

$130,000

4,090 miles

Grosse Pointe, MI

Collectors Garage

$129,900

14 miles

Lake Park, Florida

Mullinax Ford of West Palm Beach

$129,500

16 miles

Randolph, OH

Sarchione Ford of Randolph

$129,500

10 miles

Randolph, OH

Sarchione Ford of Randolph

$129,500

10 miles

Randolph, OH

Sarchione Ford of Randolph

$129,500

10 miles

Randolph, OH

Sarchione Ford of Randolph

$129,500

10 miles

Randolph, OH

Sarchione Ford of Randolph

$129,500

10 miles

Randolph, OH

Sarchione Ford of Randolph

$125,000

241 miles

Randolph, OH

Sarchione Ford of Randolph

$125,000

3,764 miles

Randolph, OH

Sarchione Ford of Randolph

$125,000

2,509 miles

Randolph, OH

Sarchione Ford of Randolph

$120,000

8,740 miles

Boca Raton, FL

Exotics Hunter

$119,500

1,970 miles

Miami, FL

Limited Spec Automotive

$115,000

512 miles

Randolph, OH

Sarchione Ford of Randolph

$110,000

1,177 miles

Randolph, OH

Sarchione Ford of Randolph

$109,995

67,179 miles

Tampa, Florida

Certified Motors Group

$107,400

5,227 miles

Linden, NJ

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Emerging as a four-seater and then a two-seater concept in 1963, the custom Ford Mustang for sale stepped into the light as another chapter in the company’s already a wide success. Based on the platform of one of Ford’s other compact models, the car wore a sporty body with updated interior styling. Originally sold in 1964 as a coupe and convertible, the vehicle was available with an inline six-cylinder engine producing 101 hp, or a 260 cubic inch, 164 hp V8. Since then, the iconic fastback body style and numerous power plant variations and trim lines have followed it through its six generations of modified Mustangs for sale.


Over the course of history, Carroll Shelby has influenced and improved Ford’s design. In 1965, the GT350 began production. They were delivered to Shelby in white, ready for modification. His team of California customizers installed tuned 289 cubic inch V8s, tweaked to churn out 307 hp along with other performance modifications. In 1967, the GT500 Cobra was added as a more powerful version of the pony car and was capable of pushing out 355 hp. In addition to the production GT500, one concept car, the GT500 Super Snake, was dreamed up by Caroll. A 427 cubic inch racing engine was installed in the concept, turning out an impressive 650 hp.


In 1969, the 302 represented a special edition of the model with modified side air scoops, front architecture, and the introduction of the 302 cubic inch V8 with 290 hp. The displacement of the engine was chosen purely for homologation purposes in several racing categories. Looking forward to the fifth generation, a tribute to the original 302 was built from 2012-2013. Several other option packages are available on pony cars, such as the Mach 1 package on 1969-1978 cars, and the GT option from Ford, which is still offered today.


In addition to its popularity on the road, the car has gained notoriety on the screen in various roles most notably from its appearance in the Gone in 60 Seconds movies. Originally a 1971 in the 1974 filming, the car dubbed “Eleanor” was the first car in film history to be listed as a member of the cast in the film’s credits. In 2000, a remake of the film was made, and a modified 1967 Mustang fastback played Eleanor with Nicholas Cage.


2015 is the first in the lineup to feature independent rear suspension. Up to 2014, all cars have housed a live rear axle, a design choice regarded by many as archaic and primitive given what European design has done to influence the market. The sixth-generation model hints back to its ancestry in profile shape, taillights, and fascia while integrating the modern design motifs of the brand.


For those interested in purchasing a pony car, please see our listings and the wide variety of years and trim options. Where price is not listed, please contact the seller or one of our representatives for more information.


One of the three keys provided to owners to fire up the 2012 GT302 delivers a very different result. A special Track Key activates a TracMode in the engine management system, which alters more than 200 parameters to provide a racecar experience. The 302 already provides a visceral ride but the special key takes things up a notch by adjusting the car’s cam timing, spark maps, fuel control, throttle response, and other engine features for a more capable car on the track; Ford is quick to point out that TracMode is too intense for the street. Based on the GT, the 302 uses a new intake, revised camshafts, and more aggressive engine software to yield 440 hp. More than just a power upgrade, the widebody Mustang for sale was designed to be the best-handling Stang ever. It features a thoroughly revised and lowered suspension and electric steering system and is optionally available with a torque-sensing limited-slip differential. Another unique feature of the used Mustangs for sale is its quad exhaust system: Two outlets exit in the rear and two more outlets exit to either side. These side pipes flow very little exhaust but create a lot of sounds.