2012 Barrett-Jackson Las Vegas Fords & Mustangs

The 2012 Barrett-Jackson Las Vegas Collector Car Auction features a healthy and eclectic selection of notable Fords and Mustangs. Interesting firsts like a 1992 Mustang SSP Nevada Highway Patrol car as well as top end concours cars like a 1970 BOSS 429  are crossing the block.

Below is a catalog of the notable Mustangs and Fords crossing the block. We will be updating this page each day during the event with sales prices and links to highlights. The Las Vegas auction is the 4th in the collection of annual Barrett-Jackson events that includes Scottsdale, Palm Beach, and Orange County.

This year’s Las Vegas Auction takes place from September 20-22, 2012 at the Mandalay Bay casino and conference center.

Mustangs and Fords  Thursday, 9/20:

Lot 12.3: 1992 Mustang SSP Nevada Highway Patrol

This 1992 Ford Mustang is equipped with the Ford Special Service Package (SSP) which was available only to police agencies. This package was not available to the public. This particular Mustang served with the Nevada Highway Patrol (NHP) in the Las Vegas region. Upon it’s retirement from NHP, it was transferred to the Nevada Department of the Military where it served as a pool vehicle until 2012. Unlike most of these 5.0 Mustangs, this car has never been modified as it was a state owned vehicle until April of 2012. The Special Service Package included the 5.0 Liter 302 V8 with upgraded cooling and electrical systems, upgraded suspension, reinforced floor pans, certified speedometer and a relocated trunk release. This Mustang has been restored back to in service condition including the correct paint scheme, markings and emergency equipment. See our complete highlight story on this car.

Lot 18.2: 1966 Mustang GT Coupe

Rebuilt 289 4V engine and rebuilt C4 3-speed automatic transmission. Claimed to be a factory GT package. Upgraded Mustang 15″ Rally Wheels, upgraded aluminum radiator and upgraded to power brakes and air conditioning. Sellers says this is a car with no rust. Comes with original master cylinder and original 4 barrel intake manifold with Autolite carburetor and air cleaner. Comes with owner’s manual and lots of service records from the Ford Dealership in Glendale California. From the Charles Collom Collection.

Lot 24: 1969 Mustang Coupe

Powered by a 351 R-Code V8 matched with an 3-speed C4 automatic transmission. Finished in Lavender Metallic with white interior this is an exceptionally straight and well presented example of a fine collector.

These cars rarely find their way to the block at Barrett-Jackson as most of what you ass are top models like the BOSS and Mach 1 with big-block engines. While it appears this car is in Grande trim, no emblems or information is provided to state such. Appears to be a fine car for show and club outings and cruising.

Lot 30: 1966 Mustang Restomod Coupe

Mustang Resto-Mod coupe in cinnamon color with custom black and copper pony interior. V8 with automatic transmission and copper plated air cleaner and valve covers. 17″ 1969 Shelby style wheels. New wiring harness with iPod plug in the console.

Like new paint, fresh tires, runs and sounds good with custom dual exhaust. Many new parts on this car. This car was in Sturgis for the Mustang Rally in 2011 and won 1st place in the Resto-Mod class.

Lot 40.1: 1966 Mustang Coupe

Fresh restoration done in the factory Wimbledon White with blue interior. Detailed 6 cylinder engine and an automatic transmission. New suspension and tires. Rare bench seat with arm rest. The engine was overhauled, tuned, detailed and runs great.  The blue GT style stripe was added to give it a more sporty appearance. The interior has been restored in blue and includes new dash, carpet, door panels, white headliner, sun visors and all new weather stripes throughout. A new radio was installed that fits in the factory hole that it came with and looks vintage but has AM/FM and an iPod hook up. The windows regulators have all new rollers and the drivers window regulator is new. The bench seat with arm rest is a rare feature on this Mustang. It also has five seat belts for safety. The engine is the Ford 200cid Sprint engine.

Lot 41: 1965 Mustang Coupe

This Mustang has had a full restoration just recently completed. The car is done in the style of a 1960s style custom Hot Rod. The exceptional white paint and custom hood accented in flat black paint give the exterior its classic, yet aggressive appearance. All new chrome and trim complete the high quality exterior restoration. The eye-popping bright red interior features new carpet, new seat covers, new steering wheel and custom painted dash. Upgraded with a freshly built healthy 302cid backed by a C4 transmission. A mild cam and custom exhaust give the car its awesome muscle car sound. Vintage style American Racing Torq Thrust wheels complete the period correct Hot Rod appearance. With all new or rebuilt suspension and braking components, this Mustang drives great. This is a very reliable and drivable car that can be enjoyed in many situations. A folder with receipts for over $7,000 in parts only also comes with the car.

Lot 41.1: 2005 Mustang GT

Finished in Performance White with red/black two tone interior, 4.6 Liter V8, automatic with ice cold air conditioning, full power, premium alloy wheels with Pirelli P-Zero ‘Nero’ radials, ABS, tilt, cruise, leather seating, power driver’s seat, intermittent wipers, rear spoiler, factory driving lamps, dual airbags, upgraded Shaker 1000 sound system with 6 disc CD changer and factory trunk mounted amplifier, rear 1/4 window louvers. This car has been driven just 37,085 actual miles since new. Adult owned, always garaged and kept under a custom fitted “Mustang” car cover when not in use. Never smoked in, no accident history. So much fun to drive. Comes with all original owner’s manuals and 2 sets of keys and keyfobs. No disappointments what so ever. Ready to enjoy.

Lot 43.2: 1965 Mustang Coupe

This vehicle has undergone a nearly two year restoration. The goal of the restoration was to restore the car to its original/factory condition. The motor was overhauled with new rings and valve guides that meet factory specifications. Much detail has gone in to this restoration, by selecting only genuine Ford factory parts, as well as painting the car an original Ford factory color. It was the owner’s intention to restore the car and have it appear as it did when it rolled off the assembly line in 1965. All electrical components were restored and repaired so that everything in the car works, including the original AM radio, the heater, defroster and all lights. From the Charles Collom Collection.

Lot 47: 1972 Mustang Convertible

351 F-Code V8 with rare 3-speed manual transmission, power steering, power top, and a punchy looking red on red color scheme. Sellers says car drives great. Matching top boot and bag included, original books, new tires, stock and well maintained. Upgraded with Magnum 500 wheels.

This car has been fully serviced and detailed. While these big-boat Mustangs typically to not command a lot compared to some, this example is clean and rare, may do well.

Lot 51: 1966 Mustang Coupe

This is a beautifully maintained factory A Code, 289/225hp, with a 3-speed automatic transmission. The engine is matching numbers heads, block and intake manifold. This Mustang has dual exhaust, new gas tank and Edelbrock carburetor.

The interior is black pony with green two tone overlay, aftermarket center console and a Panasonic CD player with 6×9 speakers. The wheels are keystone magnum. Runs and drives smooth.

Lot 100: 1970 Mustang Mach 1

351 F-Code Cleveland V8 Mach 1 with 4-speed manual. This car had  a rotisserie restoration with photos of the project along the way and has upgrades. Shaker Hood, hood tachometer, Acapulco Blue exterior with black interior and factory console.

Cars like this usually are seen n Saturday when they are perfect 10 restorations. Depending on detail condition and correctness in build, this car could be a good value for someone.

Lot 121: 1965 Mustang Convertible

This is an iconic 1965 Ford Mustang convertible described by the seller as a “car you drive or show”. This Mustang has the original 289 F-Code engine and C4 3-speed automatic transmission, interior and paint.

In white with a blue interior, the car also has styled steel wheels. Interior features a console and air-conditioning, rarely found in a convertible. The engine compartment appears to be restored to factory correct appearance and content as well.

Lot 2001: 2005 Mustang GT Custom

This car was generously donated back to the Darrell Gwynn Foundation by Mike Jenkins who purchased it for $190,000 at Barrett-Jackson Palm Beach 2009. The car was built and donated originally to DGF for sale at Barrett-Jackson by Mike Langston. It was purchased a second time for $105,000 by Patrick and Nancy Hurst at Barrett-Jackson Orange County 2012 and donated back for auction again at Barrett-jackson Las Vegas. This limited production Shadrach “Platt and Payne Signature Edition” Supercharged Mustang was built to commemorate two drag racing legends, Hubert Platt and Randy Payne, both of whom are in the NHRA Hall of Fame. Platt, known early in his career for a series of “Georgia Shaker” race cars, was picked by Lee Iacocca at Ford Motor Company to head its 1968-70 Eastern drag team. See our full story on this car.

Mustangs and Fords  Friday, 9/21:

Lot 323: 2003 F-150 Lightning Custom

Has a supercharged 5.4 Liter with 380hp and 450 ft/lbs of torque with 4-speed automatic. 20,000 original miles and was owned and customized by Las Vegas “Entertainer of the Year” 11 years in a row, the “Man of Many Voices,” the legendary Danny Gans. As he did with most of his vehicles, he customized then named and plated them. For this Lightning, he installed a carpet kit in the bed with his famous “Shoes” logo and covered it with a hydraulic operated top. Next he replaced the hood and repainted the truck in the signature black pearl and ghost flames. Finally, he installed a logo in the arm rest and upgraded the sound system. “Voices” was the name of this truck.

Lot 324: 1994 Mustang SVT Cobra Indy Pace Car

The 1994 Ford Mustang Cobra convertible became the third Mustang to pace the track at the Indianapolis 500. 1,000 replicas of the pace car were produced. The red over tan Cobra convertible used to pace the race was powered by a modified 5.0 Liter V8. The addition of GT40 heads, 5-speed transmission, variable rate springs, dual stainless exhaust tube headers, Mach 460 sound system, remote keyless entry, speed control, anti-lock brakes, leather sport seats with Cobra Indy logos. This car has been in dry storage since it was built and remains sealed in the factory plastic and has the original factory Window Sticker in place. With 45 original miles the car come with an original Indy 500 race day program, race ticket stub, pit pass badge, SVT Cobra introduction advertising posters and an original die cast replica of the car.

Lot 330.2: 1966 Mustang Restomod Coupe

This Mustang has received and extensive “over-the-top” restoration with “Shelby GT350″ performance upgrades. Powered by a 289cid V8 engine with 302 heads and Summit Stage 3 intake with MSD Atomic fuel injection and ignition system with hand held programmer, stainless headers and exhaust system. Backed by a Ford Racing T5 transmission with hydraulic Center Force clutch, aluminum driveline, Shelby traction bars and a heavy duty Ford 8″ limited slip rear differential with 3.55 gears. All new suspension upgraded with heavy duty front and rear sway bars, frame connectors, power rack & pinion steering, Wilwood brake system with 12.9″ discs and all riding on high performance 18” aluminum wheels and radial tires. All new interior complimented with a USA 66 stock appearance stereo with Kicker amp and Infinity speakers, bucket seats, console and air conditioning.

Lot 337: 2008 Shelby GT Convertible Barrett-Jackson Edition

Limited Edition Barrett-Jackson Shelby GT convertible. This is #18 of only 100 built. This car is in beautiful condition with only 1,417 actual miles. Like all 100 built it is black on black with the Shelby Red racing stripes. 4.6 Liter 3V OHC V8 engine with 5-speed manual transmission. It has Lo-Jack installed by dealer. The Barrett-Jackson package includes the power upgrade package, cold air intake, exhaust, premium fuel calibration, handling package, front and rear sway bars, tuned damper, springs and bushings, cross-tower brace, short-throw shifter, hood pins and scoop, Shelby grille, Shelby racing stripes, Barrett-Jackson sill plate, Shelby dash plaque and under hood engine plaque.

Lot 344: 1970 Mustang Mach 1

A real Mach 1 with two Build Sheets and Marti Report. Professionally built 351cid Cleveland V8, 30 over, best of everything in motor, have all receipts, C6 automatic transmission, Ford 9″ rear end with Detroit Tru-Trac carrier and 3.55 gears, Coys wheels 17″ front and 18″ rear, Flowmaster exhaust system, power steering, power disc brakes, factory air conditioning, deluxe interior, center console with Summit gauges, Kenwood sound system with iPod port, tinted glass, rim blow horn, rear wing and rear window louver. This is the best of both worlds, the styling and beauty of a true iconic muscle car, with just the right amount of upgrades to make it a more pleasurable driving experience by today’s standards.

Lot 345.2: 1965 Mustang Fastback Custom

347 stroker crate engine, rated at 450hp and 425ft/lbs, aluminum heads, Edelbrock manifold, Quick Fuel carburetor, polished Edelbrock aluminum water pump, chrome serpentine setup and aluminum radiator. 3″ exhaust all the way out the rear valance. Fiberglass hood, T5Z transmission, MGW short-throw shifter, Currie rear end with 4.11 gears, Baer 4-wheel drilled and slotted disc brakes that are not power assisted but stop very well, Mustang II power rack & pinion front end. The battery has been mounted in the carpeted trunk along with the stereo am. Frame ties, Painless wiring harness, Vintage Air, power windows, Autometer Phantom gauges, outstanding Alpine touch screen CD player mounted in the console, racing seats, fold down back seat, orange painted interior with black upholstery is stunning.

Lot 370.1: 1970 Mustang Mach 1

Complete frame-on restoration, featuring all correct blue exterior with new white pleated interior. The Cleveland 351cid, 4-speed transmission, clutch and a 3.25 rear end were rebuilt during the restoration process. The restoration also included Magnaflow exhaust system, new black interior carpet, all shocks, trunk lining and carpet. The front end, brakes and power steering were restored to original specifications. The wheels are original with the BFGoodrich tires. This fastback is rust-fee and is in immaculate condition. A Marti Report summary is included.

Lot 373.2: 2008 Shelby GT-500

The 2007-2009 Shelby GT-500 still stands out as a unique presence being the comeback of the nameplate. This car only has 3,087 original miles and is finished in the trademark red with white stripes. That means only about 770 miles a year.

This car in near perfect condition with exception of a light scratch on the spoiler on the front. This car has all stock parts and hasn’t been modified. All black interior and is a 6-speed manual.

Lot 387.2: 1966 Mustang Coupe

Always garage kept. Has the original papers, owner’s card and original hub caps in new condition. A restoration was performed in 2005 in Lakewood, CO. The vehicle has been driven only 3,000 miles since the restoration. The following work was performed with all original parts, the engine was rebuilt with upgrades to exhaust, manifold and carburetor. The suspension, brakes, tires, wheels and all new seals, trim, trunk and interior, plus re-chromed bumpers are all to original specs. The paint and body are in perfect condition. A complete history of this vehicle and the restoration including pictures is available.

Lot 389.2: 1966 Mustang Coupe

This fun 1966 Mustang is a 60s period looking mild custom.It has the original 289 in it with a stick shift.

A rare combo with factory air conditioning and power steering. Older restoration/custom that held up real nice. A real show and go car.

Cragar type wheels and painted brake drums and gas tank are a real nice touch. Runs as good as it looks. Great old school fun for the money.

Mustangs and Fords  Saturday, 9/22:

Lot 612: 1966 Mustang Coupe

Upgraded 289cid rebuilt motor, automatic transmission, new upholstery, new paint, new wheels and tires, completely restored.

Sellers says its very clean and makes a great driver.

Been to many car shows with numerous awards. A good driver with GT upgrades. Black on black with factory air conditioning and pony interior.

Lot 612.1: 2004 Mustang Mach 1

This 2004 Mach 1 marks the final years of the MACH 1. This vehicle has been extremely well maintained and meticulously cared for.

66,713 original miles. The car is original inside and out with exception to the chrome SVT wheels installed at the dealer when purchased in 2004. Owner says this is an extremely nice vehicle that runs and drives as good as it looks.

Lot 619.2: 1967 Mustang Convertible Custom

This 1967 Mustang is a one-off creation, in true respect for the late Carroll Shelby. Powered by a 5.0 Liter engine and 5-speed manual transmission, finished in fresh black interior and new black convertible top. The vehicle is well done with many correct Shelby parts, including correct taillights, molded Shelby trunk lid, fiberglass Shelby hood, Shelby sill plates, Shelby Cobra Snake gas cap, Shelby center lights, side scoops, Shelby emblems and 17″ Coy’s to keep up with the Shelby appearance. Finished in red paint with white stripes and added GT500KR side stripes. Other added features include, power steering a Shelby convertible roll bar, Shelby mustang center console and Shelby GT500 Hurst shifter.

Lot 620.1: 2011 Mustang GT Daytona Pace Car

Extremely rare 2011 Mustang Daytona 500 Pace Car GT. Glass roof option. 6-speed manual transmission and 302cid DOHC 4-valve 412hp V8. California Special package. Dual 6-way heated power seats in black leather. Voice active navigation and Sync Bluetooth system. Satellite HD radio with CD. Dual zone auto temperature control. Power windows and lock. Active anti-theft system. 3.73 limited slip rear axle. Vented 4-wheel disc brakes. Electronic stability control. This car has it all and it is brand new with 920 original miles.

Lot 623: 1971 Mustang BOSS 351

4V BOSS 351 engine with a 4-speed wide ratio transmission. Rear axle has Traction-Lok differential. original style F60x15 tires, power steering and AM/FM radio.

Original stickers and details inside and out. Grabber Green Metallic paint over white interior with deluxe high back seats. Marti Auto Works Report.

Restoration appears well done and complete with detail given to factory correct specifications.

Lot 629: 1969 Mustang Mach 1

Highly sought after R Code 428 CJ engine with C6 automatic transmission.

The car is well optioned with air conditioning, power steering, power disc brakes and chrome styled steel wheels with correct Goodyear tires.

This car is one of 10 documented by the Marti Report. Rare and striking Cinnamon metallic paing on red interior.

Lot 629.5: 1968 Mustang Convertible Custom

This Shelby GT500 re-creation has traveled only a few hundred miles since receiving a very comprehensive and extensive “attention to detail” restoration to resemble one of the most desirable Shelby’s ever produced, using the finest quality parts available. It is powered by a 428cid big block with a C-6 Select-O-Matic transmission and Ford 9″ rear differential. Additional options and complimenting additions include 4-wheel disc brakes, power steering, deluxe interior, bucket seats, console, roll bar, AM radio, Lucas fog lights, Phantom gauge cluster and a power convertible top. Finished in a striking color combination with complimenting original style 17″ Shelby 10-spoke wheels. One of the finest examples available that can be proudly shown, driven and enjoyed without hesitation or concern.

Lot 630:2008 Shelby GT-500 KR

This stunning example, Shelby CSM Number: 08KR0014 with less than 400 miles was delivered new through Sanderson Ford in Phoenix, AZ. Special ordered per my specifications. It is fully equipped including the Shaker 1000 stereo system with Sirius Satellite radio. Powered by the race proven 5.4 Liter V8 producing 540hp with a 6-speed transmission and a 3.73 rear axle. All Shelby’s are special, this amazing example comes with a framed Window Sticker from Ford signed by Bill Ford and a framed Shelby Window Sticker signed by Carroll Shelby. This is an opportunity to own a piece of real Shelby history with a unique story.

Lot 632: 1970 Mustang BOSS 302

Often thought of as Grabber Orange, its actually called Calypso Coral. This exterior color is combined with Vermilion Red interior, factory 4-speed manual transmission, Traction-Lok differential, sport slats, tachometer, rear deck spoiler, deluxe retractable seatbelts and warning light.

Deluxe Marti Report one of one. Minor performance upgrades. Recent cosmetic freshening. Rare color combination on stunning Boss 302. Ready to show or drive to any event.

Lot 637: 2007 Shelby GT-500 Convertible Supersnake

This vehicle has 63 actual miles, of which 46 are documented Shelby test miles. All options of the 40th Anniversary Super Snake package installed and documented by Shelby includes Shelby/Ford Racing TVS 630hp supercharger, Shelby/Baer 6-pistion caliper front brake system and rear rotors, Borla Cat-Back exhaust system, Shelby/Ford Racing suspension with adjustable damper, 3.73 differential, 20″ Shelby/Alcoa Super Snake wheels, CSM consecutively numbered dash plaque and engine plate, Shaker 1000 stereo system and Super Snake badging and Shelby logo on center console. This vehicle has been stored continuously in a climate controlled garage and has never been exposed to rain or snow. Protective plastic is still in place and owner’s manual is still sealed.

Lot 642: 1965 Mustang Fastback Custom

This car has been featured in Hot Rod magazine, Mustangs and Fords magazine and the 2011 Budweiser calendar. Turbocharged aluminum 4.6L DOHC V8 built by MV Performance. Holley Dominator EFI system, custom fabricated headers and a PT70 turbocharger with an eBoost electronic boost controller.The transmission is a Tremec TKO 5-speed manual with Spec Stage 2+ clutch and aluminum driveshaft. Power exits through a Ford 9″ rear with Detroit Truetrac, Strange Engineering axles and 3.50 gears. The front suspension is Heidts Mustang II with KYB shocks and the rear is Heidts 4-link with panhard bar and adjustable coilover shocks. Front and rear NASCAR style anti-sway bars were custom engineered to bring handling to true sports car levels. The brakes are Cobra discs with Wilwood master cylinder and the wheels are American Racing Shelby Cobras.

Lot 643: 1967 Mustang Fastback Custom

Fresh rotisserie restoration with no expense spared. 9″ Ford rear end with Traction-Lok and 3.55 gears, 4-speed transmission with short throw shifter and Center Force clutch.

Car has rack & pinion steering, 1″ front sway bar, beautiful Pepper Gray paint with black stripes, PIAA front lights, billet pedals, Shelby style steering wheel and fresh interior with roll bar. This car runs and drives great, but yet another Eleanor clone.

Lot 650.1: 1967 Mustang Convertible Custom

Exterior features Maier Racing kit. Interior features Carroll Shelby signature Series 1 seats, Autometer gauges, center console, roll bar, carbon fiber door panels and Carroll Shelby signature on dash with certificate of authenticity. Powered by a Ford Motorsport 302/345hp GT-40 crate motor, aluminum heads, 10:1 compression, roller rockers, Edelbrock, MSG ignition, Hedman Headers, Holley 750 double pumper and Moroso oil pan. Less than 2,500 miles on the motor. Chrome valve covers and air cleaner. A world class T5 5-speed manual transmission with Lakewood scatter shield provide smooth shifting and highway speed cruising. Rear end is a 8.8″ Ford with 4.3 gears and Moser 31-spline axles with trak-lok.

Lot 665.1: 1966 Shelby GT-350

This Shelby was delivered to Webster Ford Sales in Caruthers CA November 17th 1965 and sold to Ted Parsons. 315 was owned by Ted and never transferred owners until December 2000 when Ken Adams purchased 315 out of Wayne Freeman’s back yard in Aromas, California. This is an amazing race car with a great history. This potent 289 boasts over 400hp and is vintage legal for any event in the United States and Canada. This amazing engine was built by Legendary Vic Edelbrock’s personal mechanic Mike Eddy with only 6 racing hours since refreshed. All of 315s drivetrain remains in tact with a Detroit locker in the rear. 315 shows in the Shelby World Registry and was certified in 2001 by Howard Pardee. A street car until 2001 and now a great combination car to give its new owners years of satisfaction both vintage racing and road rallying.

Lot 668: 1968 Shelby GT-500 Convertiblle

Iconic of this body style, this Acupulco Blue GT-500 Convertible has white stripes and a saddle deluxe interior.

One of 402 built. 428 Police Interceptor engine, C6 3-speed automatic transmission. The car was featured in July 2005 Muscle Car magazine.

Rotisserie restoration documented with pictures. Marti Auto Works Report.

Lot 669: 1967 Shelby GT-500

The first big-block Shelby Mustang, this 1967 Shelby 4-speed was rotisserie restored back to its original Wimbledon White color.

Original parts were used as much as possible where available. This is a 428 dual quad car that runs great.

Original glass except windshield. Has a Marti Report with correct specs and pictures of the restoration from start to finish.

Lot 671: 1970 Mustang BOSS 429

This car, KK 2503 was a Russ Davis Ford “Thunderbolt” race car driven by Bob “Quarterhorse” Martin.

After the car was retired, it was stored inside his Southern California shop until restoration began in 2005.

This is a very special and extremely rare matching numbers car that is documented with the Elite Marti Report, invoice, previous title and pictures of the restoration.

Lot 674: 1970 Shelby GT-500

428cid Ram Air Super Cobra Jet with 4-speed finished in very rare Pastel Grey over black interior with less than 500 miles on a concourse level nut and bolt restoration. This car is one of two equipped with its options and one of one with its options and shipped to Canada. This is an ultra-rare car complete with 4-speed and special order dealer installed options such as Hurst shifter, Drag Pack external oil cooler and dealer installed 8-Track stereo replacing the original AM/FM factory radio and still comes with the factory AM/FM unit that came with the car. All documentation is included with the vehicle including two original Build Sheets, original Window Sticker, original assembly line check list, original purchase order, Elite Marti Report and judging sheets.

Lot 676.1: 1970 Mustang BOSS 302

This 1970 BOSS 302 Mustang features a 302cid 4V 8 cylinder factory replacement block from within the 1st 9 months. It has vinyl hi-back bucket seats, 4-speed transmission, power front brakes, color-keyed racing mirrors, space saver spare, quick ratio steering, competition suspension, functional front spoiler, color-keyed carpeting, instrument gauges and fiberglass belted tires. Options as shown include rear deck spoiler, 3.50 Traction-Lok differential, raised white lettered tires, rear window sports slats, power steering 16:1 ratio, AM radio, fold down rear seat, tinted glass complete, Magnum 500 chrome wheels and upgraded with tilt steering, tachometer, intermittent wipers, center console, Stereo-Sonic 8-track tape and Shaker Hood assembly. Concours Driven Gold Judged. 2001 Gulf Coast National Mustang Silver Award.

Lot 692: 1968 Mustang Fastback “Bullitt Tribute”

Tribute to the “Bullitt” 1968 Mustang fastback. This fastback has less than 100 miles since a complete custom restoration build. This fastback is powered by a high-output 302cid that was built with a mild cam and forged pistons.

It has a dual MagnaFlow exhaust system, Cobra oval air cleaner, Cobra valve covers, new performance suspension, power 4-wheel disc performance brakes, power steering, automatic transmission and wood trim interior.

Lot 695: 1965 Mustang Fastback Custom

289cid includes TRW foraged pistons, Ford rotating assembly, factory high performance heads, Isky camshaft and valve train. Edelbrock intake manifold utilizing a Holley 600cfm carburetor, wrapped in nostalgic cobra air and valve covers. 4-speed with a Hurst shifter, transmits though a factory aluminum bell housing, McCloud stage 2 clutch and 8″ semi-floating hypoid differential. 2″ dual exhaust with H-Pipe passes though GT louvered trumpet tip rear valance panel. Suspension is up for the task, large 11/16″ front sway bar, quick ratio gear box, KYB nitrogen charged front shocks, 4-piston fixed calipers, new complete ball joints, end links, strut rods and adjustable air assist rear shocks.

Lot 6600: 1967 Mustang Custom

This is an opportunity to own a rare piece of Carroll Shelby history and a street legal race car with air conditioning. It is powered by an 800hp all aluminum supercharged Shelby 427 FE big block that has been bored to 482cid making it one of the fastest Shelby cars on the road today.

The power plant is bolted to a Tremec TKO 5-speed transmission, Fab 9 rear end with 3.50 gears, racing axles and a posi-traction third member to maximize the power to the ground via polished PSE wheels mounted on street legal race tires. The suspension is a track ready fully adjustable race suspension that incorporates front and rear TCP adjustable coil overs and power steering system.

Braking is provided by Shelby Racing 4-piston calipers with slotted and cross drilled discs and cooled by functional rear side scoops ducted to the brakes. The frame has been stiffened and a functional roll bar is tastefully incorporated into the interior. The exterior is enhanced with Shelby GT500 body modifications and finished with deep black paint with beautiful grey ghost stripes and rocker stripes. Bullet racing mirrors, LeMans racing fuel filler, billet grille and PIAA road lighting.

The interior is all Dynamatted , Shelby Super Snake racing seats with camlock racing belts, custom console, rear leather seat, white face Snake gauges, Super Snake logos on seats, console, floor mats, steering wheels and trunk mat. A 700W Clarion sound system with iPod connection, DVD player and navigation system. Polk Audio multi speaker system with subwoofer. Trunk mounted battery with cut-off switch and terminal for battery tender. A nice bonus is the air conditioning system blows cold on a hot day and the motor runs cool. This is a real documented Carroll Shelby GT 500SE continuation car and will be in the Shelby American Registry # CSE SS-058 with proper ID plate on the driver’s side fender. **WILL BE SOLD AT APPROXIMATELY 6:00PM ON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2012**

Lot 2006: 2012 F-150 SVT Raptor Biffle Edition

The Sherwin-Williams Planet Color All-Star Charity Challenge pits the truck design talents of ROUSH-Fenway Driver Greg Biffle against fellow NASCAR driver Clint Bowyer. Mr. Greg Biffle’s design team at ROUSH constructed this monster based on the 2012 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor. Displayed at shows throughout the summer season and driven by automotive media and Greg himself, the sale will benefit the Greg Biffle Foundation. Biffle’s Raptor features red, white, and matte black Sherwin-Williams custom paint by Street Customs of Mooresville, NC and also includes ghosted 16’s in the white paint. ROUSH Performance Off-Road added a power boost with the 6.2L ROUSHCharger, giving the truck 525hp and 535ft/lbs of torque.

The addition of a ROUSH exhaust gives the Raptor a more aggressive tone. The stance was altered with 18″ V-TEC Wizard off-road wheels and 35″ BFGoodrich Mud Terrain KM2 tires. A TireGate rear tailgate replacement spare tire holder allows for a fifth wheel and tire to be carried onboard Baja style. Additional lighting for off-road activities is provided by an Addicted Desert Designs Chase Rack Lite with forward and rear facing LED light bars, and the Ford Racing Auxiliary Light Bar with 4 KC Hi Lite 8 ” HID lights. ROUSH Off-Road, ROUSHcharged, and the Greg Biffle signature graphics add the finishing touches to this customized 2012 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor.

The Greg Biffle Foundation was founded in 2005 by Greg and Nicole Biffle to create awareness and advocate for the well-being of animals by engaging the power and passion of the motor sports industry. Since its creation, the Greg Biffle Foundation has awarded grants to over 400 humane societies and animal shelters from coast to coast. See our feature story at our partner site FnSweet.com.

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