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Top 10 Mustangs sold at Barrett Jackson Las Vegas 2019 | Mustang Fan Club

Barrett Jackson Las Vegas is the last stop on the auction circuit for 2019 until their Scottsdale, Arizona show next year. As always, we like to compile a list of the top 10 Mustangs sold at auction. This year Classic Recreations brought a few Mustangs that made it on the list including their Boss 429 Recreation that was unveiled at SEMA last year. There were also some unique Mustangs that were auctioned such as a Saleen Prototype! Continue reading below to check out the full list.

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Lot #655 | 1969 FORD MUSTANG MACH 1 CUSTOM FASTBACK | $55,000

This 1969 Mustang Fastback has been had a complete nut and bolt restoration with no expenses spared. It’s powered by a Ford 514 cubic inch V8 big block crate engine. The motor includes Super Cobra Jet aluminum heads, Demon carburetor, long tube headers and a solid roller cam. All that motor is mated to a custom built C6 automatic transmission with Gear Vendors electronic overdrive.

Lot #645 | 2005 FORD MUSTANG SALEEN EXTREME PROTOTYPE #001 | $55,000

This is a fully documented 2005 Saleen Extreme S281 R&D Prototype finished in Speedlab Yellow over a Dark Charcoal leather interior with black graphics. t’s a true one-of-one car with 21,717 actual miles, most of which occurred during factory testing, and is powered by a 4.6-liter V8 engine backed by a 6-speed manual transmission. Saleen did not release the Extreme model to the general public for purchase until 2006. This Saleen was used as the promotional Extreme model, which was unveiled at the Chicago and New York auto shows, generating pre-orders for 2006 production. This #0001E car is not only the first 2005 Extreme prototype but also the only remaining prototype in existence for the ’05-09 lineage.

Lot #460 | 1967 FORD MUSTANG CUSTOM FASTBACK | $69,300

This 1967 Ford Mustang fastback features a GT500-inspired trim package that includes Magstar-styled wheels, inboard fog lamps, fiberglass hood, rear spoiler and stripe package.

  • S-Code 390 CI V8 engine
  • 3-speed automatic transmission
  • Front disc brakes
  • Candy Apple Red exterior paint

 Lot #706 | 1966 FORD MUSTANG CUSTOM FASTBACK | $77,000

This 1966 Mustang has been modified to a fastback body and is powered by a highly modified 302ci FAST fuel-injected engine with an 8-port fuel system and all stainless engine accessories, backed by a TREMEC 5-speed manual transmission.

  • Wilwood Disc Brakes
  • Vintage Air
  • Custom one-off wheel and tire package
  • Custom mixed blue / silver paint with silver stripes
  • Mustang body lowered 4″ and door handles have been shaved
  • Electronic door open and lock system
  • Push to start ignition
  • Custom interior

Lot #721 | 1968 FORD MUSTANG “VILLAIN” FASTBACK | $84,700

This custom 1968 Mustang Fastback was built for SEMA by Classic Recreations. It drives like a modern Mustang but delivers that nostalgic “American Muscle” look!

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  • Dynacorn body
  • Ford Racing “Aluminator” 5.0L Coyote V8
  • Boss 302 Intake
  • TREMEC T-56 6-Speed Transmission
  • 6-piston Wilwood front brakes & 4-piston rear brakes
  • Detroit Speed front and rear suspsension
  • 1969 sequential taillights
  • 4-point roll bar

Lot #369.1 | 1969 FORD MUSTANG MACH 1 | $89,100

This rotisserie-restored 1969 Mustang Mach 1 is powered by a 351ci V8 engine mated to a 4-speed manual transmission. It was completely stripped to bare metal and done to original factory specifications, including the correct markings on the suspension, body and engine compartment. It’s finished in its original shade of Black Jade Poly, while the underside was done in factory-correct red oxide with the correct factory exhaust system.

  • Power disc brakes
  • Power steering
  • Front chin spoiler
  • Rear spoiler
  • Rear window louvers
  • 14″ Magnum 500 wheels wrapped in new “original-style” Goodyear White Letter Tires
  • Ford original hood tachometer

Lot #700 | 1970 FORD MUSTANG BOSS 302 FASTBACK | $101,200

This 2017 AACA National First Prize winner comes documented with the original dealer invoice, owners’ card and Marti Report. Restored sparing no expense, its correct factory replacement 302ci V8 engine block is housed in a highly detailed engine bay with an added Shaker hood and a 4-speed wide-ratio manual transmission. It was restored to its factory color, Grabber Blue.

  • Fold down rear sport seats
  • Rear deck-lid spoiler
  • Traction-Lok differential
  • Sport Slats
  • Power steering
  • AM radio
  • Sport Decor Group
  • Magnum 500 wheels

Lot #769 | 1969 FORD MUSTANG BOSS 429 RE-CREATION | $137,500

Another mean muscle machine crossed the block at Barrett Jackson Las Vegas this year. This 1969 Boss 429 re-creation was built by Classic Recreations for SEMA 2018 and is the first Ford-licensed Boss 429 ever created. It features a fuel-injected 546ci Ford engine equipped with KAASE HEMI heads and intake, paired with a TREMEC T-56 Magnum 6-speed manual transmission and Centerforce clutch.

  • American Racing wheels
  • Wilwood 6-piston disc brakes
  • Black leather interior from TMI
  • Carbon fiber dash and insert panels
  • Dyno’d 818HP

Lot #770.1 | 1970 FORD MUSTANG CUSTOM FASTBACK | $137,500

This 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 429 re-creation is dressed in Ford’s Callypso Coral base coat/clear coat paint and Corinthian White interior. Grabber paint colors with white interior make us feel some type of way haha! Billup’s Classic Cars built this 1970 Fastback Mustang and added a correct set of Boss 429 shock towers to accommodate the massive 466ci HEMI Boss engine.

  • John Kaase Boss 429 Heads
  • Hydraulic roller comp. cams
  • Custom built ceramic coated FPA headers
  • TREMEC TKO 600 5-speed manual transmission
  • McLeod RST clutch
  • Quick Performance 9″ Moser rear end
  • Cal-Trac leaf springs
  • Wilwood brakes
  • 17″ Legendary Magnum 500 wheels wrapped in BFG Sport Comp radial tires


GO, BABY, GO! This is an officially licensed Eleanor Tribute Edition build that comes with genuine Eleanor certification paperwork, Eleanor body VIN plate and emblems. It was born a factory A-code fastback and was one of 154 built with the T5 option package, as documented on its framed Marti Report. Under the dome of the Eleanor hood sits a fresh rebuilt 428ci V8 engine, which is backed by a smooth-shifting factory Toploader 4-speed manual transmission.

  • Eleanor Pepper Gray Metallic paint
  • Front coilover suspension
  • Vintage Air
  • Side exit dual exhaust
  • Go-Baby-Go shifter with nitrous button
  • Nitrous Bottle and Switch (non-operational)
  • Pro-Car custom rally seats and center console
  • Velocity Gauges
  • RetroSound Stereo
  • 17″ Eleanor style wheels

 Lot #721.1 | 1967 FORD MUSTANG SHELBY GT500CR RE-CREATION | $161,700

The Mustang that sold for the most this year at Barrett Jackson Las Vegas was this 1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500CR from Classic Recreations.

  • Ford and Shelby Licensed
  • FAST fuel-injected 427 small-block engine
  • TREMEC 5-speed manual transmission
  • 4-wheel Wilwood disc brakes
  • Coilover suspension
  • Black leather interior
  • Shelby signed dash
  • The chassis has been mini-tubbed to fit wide 17″ wheels

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