The internet can be a marvelous thing, especially when you are ready to bite the bullet and purchase your dream car. With the likes of eBay, some folks can acquire their dream car at a discounted rate. We thought we’d round up a herd of vintage ponies up for grabs.
1966 RingBrothers “Bail Out” Custom Mustang
The RingBrothers are known for their incredibly high-detailed builds and this 1966 Mustang made no exception. This particular Mustang was a huge hit at SEMA last year and now it’s on eBay seeking out a new owner. Read our previous story on it here.
This bad boy is packin’ a Keith Craft-built 427-cubic-inch V-8 connected to a Tremec T56 six-speed manual transmission. While it’s a powerful beast with 602 horsepower, it has cosmetic upgrades likely to turn heads anywhere. The roof is carbon fiber and it features Forgeline WC3 wheels covering Baer 6-piston brakes.
Painted “Stimulus Blue,” this project pony was completed in just four months. To accentuate that V-8 rumble, it features Super 44 Flowmaster mufflers that run to the polished tips. With many modifications unmentioned, you can read the lengthy description on the eBay listing. If you’re interested you can “Buy it Now” for a healthy price of $299k.
eBay listing here.
1968 Shelby GT500KR Convertible
The Shelby GT500KR is one fine Mustang that most could only dream of having in their possession. This car is a true legend, the King of the Road (KR). This beautiful beast’s reputation was revived during the remake of Gone in 60 Seconds where eleven “Eleanors” were used, but only three survived unscathed. While the thought alone is cringe-worthy, you can save one.
The classic GT500KR can make a grown man weak at the knees. The 428-cubic-inch Cobra Jet V-8 could have anyone signing away their life savings. This restored #04146 Shelby-registered GT500KR comes with the original build documentation and a Marti report signed by Carroll Shelby himself.
Painted Wimbledon White, this KR features a black interior and convertible top. Shifting power comes from a 4-speed manual transmission and other goodies include a 3.50 Traction-Lok differential, power steering, power front disc brakes, and a tilt-away steering column.
It can be yours for almost $200k! Check out the listing here.
A Boss 302, old or new, is a welcoming site at any car event. Usually slathered in bright colors, it’s hard to miss one of the classics. Only running for two years, these cars are indeed gems to any Mustang enthusiast.
This classic yellow Boss 302 just completed a two-year restoration with the original rebuilt engine. Only five miles recorded on the build with matching numbers for both the engine and transmission. This bad Boss features the shaker hood, of course, as well as an in-dash tachometer, rear deck spoiler, 4-speed close ratio, Traction-Lok differential, AM radio, and Magnum 500 wheels per the Marti Report. Everything has been restored to the original specs.
Check out the listing here.
1964 ½ K-Code Coupe
With just 7,273 cars from 1965-1967 available with the K-Code performance option, these Mustangs can be hard to locate. Carroll Shelby selected these cars as the platform vehicle for his popular GT350 Mustangs.
Here sits a 1964 ½ K-Code Coupe Mustang factory-painted Raven Black with a black interior with a completion date of June 11th of 1964. It has matching numbers and the original 289-cubic-inch V-8 and four-speed transmission. Options include the Rally Pak gauges with an 8,000rpm tachometer, GT-styled exhaust tips, front disc brakes, and AM radio. The wheels are American Racing Torque Thrusts wrapped with BF Goodrich Comp T/A tires.
Other goodies include subframe connectors and traction bars that are bolted and professionally welded for added strength, driveshaft safety loop, and a Flowmaster true dual exhaust setup. The engine cast code is C40E-6015F, unique to the 5-bolt bell housing used on the early K-code Mustangs. It features the original AutoLite 4100 carburetor and intake, correct balancer, water pump, correct generator charging system, proper fuel pump with Ford Motor Company filter. The only replacement parts include the horn and Stewart Warner oil pressure gauge under the dash.
The “Buy it Now” price is listed at $48,990. Check it out here.