Mecum Auctions recently held their first auction for 2022! It was hosted in Kissimmee, Florida on January 6th – 16th. Between 3,500 vehicles there was a total revenue of $217 million in sales! We have put together a list of the top 10 Mustangs sold at Mecum Auction. The total amount of sales amongst the top 10 Mustangs sold was a whopping, $6,687,000! Continue reading below to see what Mustangs made the top 10 list.

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10.) LOT F205 | $220,000 | 1970 Boss 302

  • Calypso Coral w/ White Interior
  • 1 of 2 produced in this color combination according to Marti Report
  • Mag Wheels w/ Goodyear F60-15 Polyglas GT Tires
  • Rotisserie restoration completed to OE specs using NOS (New Old Stock) parts
  • 302 V8 engine w/ 4-speed manual transmission

9.) LOT F248 | $225,500 | 1968 Shelby GT500

  • Matching numbers 428 Police Interceptor V8 w/ 4-speed manual transmission
  • Candyapple Red w/ black interior
  • Shelby No. 00749
  • Optioned with tinted glass and air conditioning
  • Glove box and owner’s manual signed by Carroll Shelby

8.) LOT T93 | $231,000 | 1967 Ford Mustang

  • Formerly owned by NFL receiver Reggie Wayne
  • Raven Black w/ Red interior
  • 545 cubic inch V8
  • Custom body kit
  • Shaved door handles and push-button start

7.) LOT F189 | $258,500 | 1970 Boss 302 Mustang

  • Medium Red w/ White interior
  • 1 of 4 produced according to Marti Report
  • Early production example with chrome valve covers
  • Rotisserie restoration completed to OE specs w/ NOS (New old stock) parts
  • Matching numbers 302 V8 w/ 4-speed manual transmission

6.) LOT F183.1 | $286,000 | 1966 Shelby GT350H

  • 1 of only 61 Shelby GT350H Fastbacks finished in Red
  • Original matching numbers 289 V8 engine
  • Dash-mounted 9,000 RPM tachometer
  • Original 4-barrel carburetor, C4 auto transmission and Chrome Hertz Mag 500 wheels
  • Restored to like original specifications

5.) LOT F160 | $374,000 | 1967 Shelby GT500

  • 1 of 47 produced in Dark Blue w/ Parchment interior and options
  • Shelby No. 643
  • 428 Police Interceptor V8 w/ 4-speed manual transmission
  • Multiple Concours award winner, SAAC 11 – SAAC-12, SAAC-13
  • Premier Division Winner at SAAC-14 and SAAC-15

4.) LOT F183 | $407,000 | 1969 Boss 429 Mustang

  • Candyapple Red w/ Black interior
  • Matching numbers 429 V8 engine
  • Matching numbers 4-speed manual transmission
  • KK no. 1893
  • Rotisserie restoration using NOS (New old stock) parts

3.) LOT F243.1 | $440,000 | 1969 Boss 429 Mustang

  • Candyapple Red w/ Black interior
  • KK No. 1394
  • Original build sheet
  • 1 of 201 finished in Candyapple Red
  • The 194th Boss 429 produced

2.) LOT S151 | $495,000 | 1967 Kendall Custom GT500 Mustang

  • Donated by Kendall Motor Oil and the proceeds to benefit Curing Kids Cancer
  • Build professionally completed by Thompson Street Customs in Denver, CO.
  • 5.0L Coyote V8 w/ Garrett twin turbos and 6R80 6-speed automatic transmission
  • Custom designed Dynacorn body
  • Specially blended custom Kendall Red finish using PPG paint

1.) LOT S160 | $3,750,000 | 1965 Shelby GT350R Prototype

  • SFM5R002
  • The Ken Miles R Model – First Shelby Competition R model built
  • The first Shelby Mustang to win a race
  • Driven extensively by Ken Miles, Chuck Cantwell, Bob Bondurant, Peter Brock and Jerry Titus
  • Shelby American Factory team car and engineering test mule

If you enjoyed checking out this top 10 Mustangs sold at Mecum article, we look forward to you viewing our upcoming articles surrounding the other Mecum Auctions in the future!

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