FANTASTIC FORDS: Top Blue-Oval Vehicles

FANTASTIC FORDS: Top Blue-Oval Vehicles
FANTASTIC FORDS: Top Blue-Oval Vehicles

Large amount #750 &#8211 1967 FORD MUSTANG ELEANOR TRIBUTE Edition &#8211 Offered! $330,000

The Blue Oval has sent some of the most spectacular pace machines during its 120-calendar year history. Quite a few of its best-accomplishing general performance cars have crossed the Barrett-Jackson block. Ford Motor Company’s heritage runs deep, and this 12 months is no exception with its prosperous legacy on display during the 2022 Las Vegas Auction. Examine out the gallery down below celebrating the many magnificent Fords that crossed the Barrett-Jackson block.

Ton #750 &#8211 1967 FORD MUSTANG ELEANOR TRIBUTE Version &#8211 Marketed! $330,000
Pictured over is an formally licensed and certified Eleanor Tribute Edition, driven by a Ford Functionality Coyote 5.-liter engine mated to a TKO 600 6-velocity handbook transmission with a Centerforce clutch. Options Eleanor physique VIN plate and emblems.

Whole lot #741 &#8211 1969 FORD MUSTANG Manager 429 &#8211 Marketed! $280,500 
Electric power will come from the S Manager 429ci engine backed by a appropriate 4-velocity handbook transmission and N circumstance 3.91 rear finish. Attributes a proper HP block with early style intake, proper carburetor and distributor, correct KKX spindles and trunk-mounted battery.

Lot #727 &#8211 1967 FORD MUSTANG ELEANOR TRIBUTE Version &#8211 Bought! $275,000
Powered by a freshly designed supercharged Ford FE 428ci major block engine backed by a 4-pace manual transmission. Attributes the Genuine Eleanor Certification Paperwork, Eleanor physique VIN plate and emblems.

Large amount #764 &#8211 1970 FORD MUSTANG Manager 429 &#8211 Marketed! $198,000
Energy arrives from a 429ci V8 motor mated to a 4-speed transmission with Hurst shifter and 3.91 Traction-Lok gearing in a 9-inch rear conclude Drag Pack. Options an oil cooler, level of competition suspension with staggered rear shocks, electrical power brakes, electrical power steering.

Whole lot #722 &#8211 1972 FORD BRONCO Custom made SUV &#8211 Sold! $187,000
Complete frame-off restoration and run by a fuel-injected 347ci motor backed by a created C-4 transmission. Options MagnaFlow stainless exhaust and a 5.5-inch lift package.

Whole lot #777.1 &#8211 1932 FORD Tailor made PICKUP &#8211 Offered! $176,000
Powered by a 429ci Jon Kaase Manager 9 V8 engine backed by a TREMEC T56 Magnum 6-velocity guide transmission and American Powertrain Science Friction clutch. Equipped with C. Prepare dinner Enterprises stacks, Quickly digital gas injection and a custom exhaust.

Lot #718 &#8211 1968 FORD MUSTANG ELEANOR TRIBUTE Version &#8211 Sold! $172,700
Formally certified Eleanor Tribute Version powered by a 427ci Ford stroker tiny-block engine backed by a rebuilt and upgraded C6 3-velocity automatic transmission with heavy-obligation clutch packs.

Good deal #761 &#8211 1969 FORD MUSTANG FASTBACK Tailor made &#8211 Sold! $165,000
Powered by a 5.-liter Coyote engine developing 435hp backed by an automatic transmission. Equipped with a entrance and rear coilover suspension and 4-wheel T4 Baer disc brakes with slotted rotors. Title in Transit. From the SoCal Selection.

Ton #783 &#8211 1933 FORD 3-WINDOW Custom COUPE &#8211 Marketed! $165,000
Powered by a new crate ZZ6 350/405hp engine backed by a 4L60E automatic transmission. Outfitted with a 9-inch Kugel rear differential, Walker radiator, MSD Ignition, Billet Specialties serpentine belt method and a coated exhaust with headers.

Whole lot #725 &#8211 1965 FORD MUSTANG Custom made FASTBACK &#8211 Sold! $148,500
Run by a 460hp 5.-liter engine backed by a TREMEC T56 6-pace guide transmission and Moser 9-inch rear axle. The overall body sits atop a Scott&#8217s Chassis with RideTech coilovers. Titled as 1965 Ford Specon.

Good deal #731 &#8211 1972 FORD BRONCO Custom SUV &#8211 Marketed! $148,500
Debuted at SEMA 2021 in which it gained a Major 40 Builder&#8217s Alternative award. Driven by a Ford Performance 2nd-gen Coyote crate engine with 8-stack gasoline injection paired to a Bowler-built 3-pace computerized transmission linked to an Atlas 2 transfer case.

Ton #770 &#8211 1970 FORD MUSTANG Boss 302 FASTBACK &#8211 Bought! $148,500
Driven by its authentic matching-numbers Boss 302ci V8 engine mated to manufacturing facility-optioned primary rebuilt shut-ratio 4-pace guide transmission. Traction-Lok rear axle, ability steering, ability brakes and competition suspension. From the Lindley Collection.