This one was a very rare find. Factory A code GT, 289 4bbl, 4-speed in rangoon red. Pony interior and factory Ford a/c. Delivered new to Atlanta and supposedly never got out of a 50 mile radius from where it was bought new.
It was found in Conyers, Ga. were it had been sitting neglected in a shed for 15+ years.
This Fastback GT was eventually sold to another dealer in S.C. were it received a partial restoration and then last sold to an individual in Michigan.
1966 FORD MUSTANG COUPE. BOUGHT FROM THE ORIGINAL OWNER OUT OF WASHINGTON STATE. FACTORY CANDY APPLE RED, C-CODE 289, 3-SPEED MANUAL. DEALER INSTALLED BENCH SEAT AND A/C.
SOLD TO EASLEY, S.C.
63A BODY CODE IN ANTIQUE BRONZE POLY WITH PARCHMENT PALOMINO TRIM. THIS FASTBACK HAD A GREAT COLOR COMBO BUT WAS IN PRETTY ROUGH CONDITION. IT WAS ONE OF THE FOUR FASTBACKS WE FOUND AND BOUGHT FROM THE OUTSIDE ATLANTA AREA. WE FIGURED THIS HAD BEEN SITTING IN THE WOODS, HIDDEN AWAY, FOR OVER 30 YEARS.
THIS ONE AND ANOTHER BLUE FASTBACK WERE BOTH SOLD TO A MUSTANG ENTHUSIAST IN S.C. FOR A LATER RESTORATION PROJECTS.
One of our most rewarding finds came somewhere outside the Atlanta metro suburbia, where a guy had about fifty old cars stashed in the woods. WE GOT THE FOUR MOST DESIRABLE ONES!
These cars were rooted in the ground. After approximately 30 yrs. parked in the woods they were basically unearthed to get them out.
The red '65 Fastback made it's way overseas to Poland. The dark blue '65 shipped out to the Czech Republic and both the Gold '66 and light blue '66 sold to a local Fastback enthusiast here in upstate S.C.
1972 FORD BRONCO ORIGINAL D.S.O. DELIVERED NEW TO CHARLOTTE, N.C. V8 302, MANUAL 3-SPEED ON THE COLUMN. FACTORY WIMBLEDON WHITE, DUAL TANKS, REAR SEAT OPTION.
BOUGHT OUT OF RALEIGH, N.C. AND LAST SOLD AND DELIVERED BACK TO CHARLOTTE IN 2018.
1969 Mustang sports roof, 351ci, auto in original paint medium gold. It had good paperwork and all numbers matching retaining its data plate, buck tag and many original factory stickers. This one wasn't loaded with options, but still a good find. It had some Mach 1 components and was considered to be a Mach 1 but was never 100% verified.
This was found in a garage around Greenville S.C. where it had sat for over 20+ years. It was bought from the second owner who had it since 1973.
This '69 Mustang sold to a customer in North Ga. and then found it's way over seas to Russia.
1966 MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE, C CODE 289 V8, C4 AUTO IN A RARE COLOR. THIS COLOR, DARK MOSS GREEN, ONLY AVAILABLE IN LATE '66 ANTICIPATING THE 1967 MODEL RELEASE. IT WAS APPARENTLY ONCE OWNED BY A DOCTOR IN ATLANTA AND ONE OF THE MOST UNIQUE THINGS ABOUT THIS CAR, IT SHOWS A WINDSHIELD DECAL FROM THE WOODSTOCK FESTIVAL IN UPSTATE N.Y. (SEE PIC).
THIS WAS A GA. FIND ACTUALLY SITTING IN SOMEONES FRONT YARD WITH A CARDBOARD FOR SALE SIGN IN THE WINDOW. WE GOT IT CLEANED UP, NEW FUEL TANK AND LINES, A LITTLE CARB. AND IGNITION MAINTENANCE IT FIRED RIGHT UP. SOLD AND SHIPPED OUT TO SUNNY MIAMI, FLA. WHERE ALL CONVERTIBLES GO TO RETIRE!