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Ford Mustangs

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This is the place where you'll find classic Ford Mustangs for sale. The Ford Mustang is one of the all time favorite classic cars. From its early incarnations in 1964 as a sporty, sharp looking and affordable little coupe and convertible that set the standard for a whole new breed, to the fastback models of the mid-sixties. The Ford Mustang has gone through many styling changes and models. You'll find most of them when you browse our ads.

# Pictures Year Make/Model State/Province Details
1 1970 Ford Mustang California Details
2 1970 Ford Mustang North Carolina Details
3 1985 Ford Mustang Indiana Details
4 2007 Ford Mustang North Carolina Details
5 1973 Ford Mustang Illinois Details
6 1967 Ford Mustang New Jersey Details
7 2003 Ford Mustang Illinois Details
8 1964 Ford Mustang Massachusetts Details
9 1967 Ford Mustang California Details
10 1966 Ford Mustang Missouri Details
11 1965 Ford Mustang Washington Details
12 1965 Ford Mustang Maryland Details
13 1994 Ford Mustang North Carolina Details
14 1990 Ford Mustang Indiana Details
15 2007 Ford Mustang Illinois Details
16 2006 Ford Mustang North Carolina Details
17 1968 Ford Mustang Wisconsin Details
18 1966 Ford Mustang Virginia Details
19 1970 Ford Mustang Virginia Details
20 2008 Ford Mustang Illinois Details

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If you're looking for Mustangs for sale, or if your want to sell your Mustang, check out the prices and cars on the market here. The original "pony cars" are much sought after collector's items and project cars. Stock or tweaked, classic Mustangs are always popular. Who can forget the classic look of the 2 + 2 fastback or the Mach 1. These cars turned heads when they first rolled out of the showroom and they still turn heads today. The Mustang is as popular as it ever was with the latest model taking its styling cues from the muscle car era looks of the Boss 302.

The Ford Mustangs shook up the car world when they first hit the scene and set the standard for many years to follow. The first Mustang gained wide acclaim winning several awards in the first year it was offered for sale, including the prestigious Motor Trend Car of the Year award. The 1964 Mustang even turned a few laps as the pace car for that year's Indianapolis 500. The sixties were also the years that Caroll Shelby applied his master flair for styling to the car with classics like the GT 350, the Cobra and the GT 500 that could go from a standstill to 60 miles-per-hour in a tire blistering 6.2 seconds! You can own a part of this history and drive it with pride.