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Top 10 Mustangs sold at Barrett Jackson Scottsdale 2019

This year Barrett Jackson Scottsdale saw some record breaking numbers. One of the Mustangs sold at Barrett Jackson that didn’t make the list was a 1993 Cobra R that sold for $132,o00. A new ’93 Cobra R retailed just under $26,000! Continue reading below to see what Mustangs made the top 10 list!

10: Lot #13031967 MUSTANG GT500 ELEANOR TRIBUTE | $176,000

This is an officially licensed Eleanor Tribute Edition GT500. This Mustang was granted an Official License Certificate of Authenticity issued by Eleanor Licensing LLC. Weaver Customs in Salt Lake City, UT. built this GT500 tribute to car show spec with just over 4,000 documented man-hours invested. That is just over 166 days… WOW!

9: Lot #1365 | 1965 MUSTANG VIN 00002 | $192,500

This special Mustang was the very first Ford Pilot Plant / pre-production hardtop Mustang. It has been restored to factory new specifications. There are signatures from who I like to call the forefathers of the Mustang. These include Lee Iacocca, Hal Sperlich, Don Frey and Gale Halderman. A letter from Ford Motor Company confirming this Mustang as the first Mustang hardtop built is also included. This is one of the more unique Mustangs sold at Barrett Jackson Scottsdale.

8: Lot #3011 | 2018 FORD MUSTANG COBRA JET | $200,000

The first Cobra Jet was introduced in 1968. This is a pre-production 50th Anniversary Cobra Jet Mustang. 1 of only 68 built. The 50th Anniversary Cobra Jet is the latest in drag-racing technology, delivering speed and consistency for NHRA Stock and Super Stock Racing. This is a drag-racing car, race-prepped and turn-key for NHRA racing, and is not street legal. All proceeds will benefit the Fighter Country Foundation at Luke Air Force Base.

7: Lot #1319 | 1969 FORD MUSTANG BOSS 429 FASTBACK | $231,000

The “Boss 9” is arguable one of the baddest Mustangs to ever hit the streets! Those curvaceous rear haunches with the side scoops is how you instantly tell the difference between a ’69 and ’70 model Boss 429. This Candy Apple Red Boss 429 received a full concourse level rotisserie restoration. All casting dates on the components are correct and all date codes are correct.

6: Lot #1364 | 1969 FORD MUSTANG BOSS 429 FASTBACK | $247,500

Formerly part of the Robert Watson collection, this Boss 429 has been kept in a museum-like setting by the current owner and is ready to hit the road. This Wimbledon White Boss 429 is 1 of only 857 built. This Mustang maintains its original matching-numbers drivetrain and many original parts and components. We still have more Mustangs sold at Barrett Jackson to cover so keep reading to see the top 3!

5: Lot #1367 | 1967 MUSTANG KINDIG-IT DESIGN | $275,000

“The Boss” 1967 Ford Mustang fastback was built by Kindig-It Design’s. The build is complete with the use of an Art Morrison custom frame covered by a full belly pan. Up front you have 20″ wheels and massive 24″ wheels in the rear. To fit all that wheel and tire under their, a narrowed Ford 9″ rear end was used. The exterior paint is actually a Porsche color option called, Carrera White.

4: Lot #1399 | 1969 FORD MUSTANG BOSS 429 | $286,000

We are closing in on the top 3 Mustangs sold at Barrett Jackson! This ’69 Boss 429 was the highest bidding Boss 9 at Scottsdale. This concours rotisserie-restored 1969 Boss 429 features a fully detailed undercarriage and engine bay with excellent gaps and panel fitment. Documents include Dealer Invoice from Future Ford, Kar Kraft invoice, original Build Sheets, original door tag, car warranty and Marti Report. This Boss was #605 of 857 Boss 429s built in 1969. It has accumulated 7 miles since its rotisserie restoration in 2000.

3: Lot #1437 | 1967 MUSTANG “ELEANOR” | $385,000

GO BABY GO! Gone in 60 Seconds is probably one of the most iconic Mustang movie cars within the past 20 years. This is an original Mustang used the movie “Gone in 60 Seconds.” This Mustang was used in various street scenes and has a Certificate of Authenticity from Cinema Vehicle Services signed by Ray Claridge, President of Cinema Vehicle Services. The license plate that was on the car in the movie was also included with the purchase.

2: Lot #3006 | 2015 SHELBY GT350R | $500,000

This 2015 Shelby GT350R has spent most of its life inside the wonderful garage of Bruce Meyer. For those of you who don’t know of Bruce, he founded the Petersen Automotive Museum in California. With less than 200 miles on the odometer, this Oxford White GT350R, still has plastic on the door sills and carpeting. Only 37 Shelby GT350R Mustangs were produced for the year 2015. All proceeds would benefit the Petersen Automotive Museum.

1: Lot #3008 | 2020 SHELBY GT500 VIN 001 | $1,100,000

The first production 2020 Shelby GT500 sold for a whopping $1.1M! I expected the hammer price to be around $750k. All proceeds went to Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. The purchaser was Craig Jackson himself. Craig currently owns Lil’ Red and the Green Hornet in his stable. If you’re not familiar with those two Mustangs do yourself a favor and hit the links above. VIN 001 GT500 will site nicely with those historical Shelby Mustangs.

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