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We have compiled a list of the top 10 Mustangs sold at Mecum Auctions Kissimmee 2020

This years hundreds of Mustangs sold at Mecum Auction. There was one very special Mustang that attracted thousands of Mustang enthusiasts from across the world. What made this auction so special was the Hero Car from “Bullitt” was being auctioned off at no reserve! It sold for MILLIONS, click or tap HERE to see how much Bullitt ‘559 sold for.

Of all the Mustangs sold at Mecum Auction, the Top 10 sold for a combined total of $6,983,900! The list includes Bullitt ‘559, a Eleanor Mustang which was used in the movie “Gone in 60 Seconds” and a very rare Shelby GT350 with factory Paxton supercharger. Information and images sourced from Mecum Auctions.

10.) 1970 Boss 429 – Lot F135.1 – $202,400

  • Kar Kraft No. 2346
  • Restoration by Mustang expert Kevin Manley, resulting in MCA Concours Gold level condition
  • 1 of 499 built
  • Grabber Blue exterior
  • White and black interior with Hurst shifter
  • Close-ratio 4-speed transmission
  • 3.91 Traction-Lok rear end
  • Accompanied by original invoice, gate sheet and Deluxe Marti Report

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9.) 1970 Shelby GT500 Convertible – Lot F186 – $220,000

  • One owner and 31,000 miles since new
  • Concours restoration by SAAC Concour Chairman Jim Cowles of Shelby Parts and Restoration
  • 1 of 788 total Shelby Mustangs produced for 1970
  • 1 of 90 GT500 Convertibles
  • 1 of 9 Grabber Yellow cars
  • 1 of 6 Grabber Yellow convertibles
  • Original matching numbers 428 Cobra Jet V-8 engine
  • Original sheet metal and fiberglass
  • Optional 3.50 Traction-Lok differential
  • Optional XHD Suspension Package
  • Original Black interior
  • Optional F60-15 tires
  • Original wheels
  • Original Shelby invoice
  • Original order form
  • Still on original title issued July 1970

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8.) 1970 Boss 429 – Lot F200 – $231,000 Mustangs sold at Mecum Auction

  • KK no. 2156
  • Unrestored
  • 7,931 original miles
  • Factory replacement 429 CI engine
  • Close ratio 4-speed transmission
  • 3.91 Traction-Lok differential
  • Factory Drag Pack
  • Competition suspension
  • Grabber Blue with Parchment interior
  • White vinyl decor bucket seats and center console
  • Rim Blow steering wheel
  • Hurst T-handle shifter
  • Magnum 500 wheels
  • Goodyear Polyglas GT tires
  • Owner’s Manual and Warranty books
  • Ford Pre-Delivery Service Sheet
  • Ford Spec Sheet
  • Ford letter and Boss 429 Name Plate letter
  • Survivor Collector Car certificate
  • Keeneland Concours d’Elegance People’s Choice Award

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7.) 1966 Shelby GT350H – Lot F200 – $242,000

  • Delivered to Hertz by Horne-Williams Motor Company Dallas, Texas April 4th 1966
  • Three owner car
  • Matching numbers 289 CI engine
  • Automatic transmission and drivetrain
  • Original carburetor and fuel pump
  • Original body panels
  • Refurbished or NOS nuts, bolts, and fasteners
  • Refinished in original Raven Black with Hertz Gold stripes and Black interior
  • Completed three year restoration by Carl Weeks and Craig Stripling 2019
  • Authentic Shelby documentation

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6.) 1968 Shelby GT500 Convertible – Lot F176 – $330,000

  • Shelby no. 00056
  • The first Shelby GT500 Convertible off the line, finished September 1967
  • Engineering Development Vehicle from September 1967 to May 1970
  • Company car issued to Ray Geddes, a Ford liaison, to work with Engineering in Livonia, Michigan
  • 1 of 402 Shelby GT500 Convertibles built in 1968
  • 1 of 4 cars assigned to Shelby prior to United Auto Workers strike in 1967
  • 1 of 2 GT500s with a Paxton supercharger evaluated by Shelby
  • The only 1968 Shelby GT500 Convertible Engineering Development Vehicle evaluated with a supercharged 428 Cobra Jet V-8 engine
  • Gold Award at SAAC 44 Concours in 2019
  • Rotisserie restoration completed in 2019
  • Trial car with original hood plenum
  • Engineering experimented with fuel injection on this car, now fitted with Holley carburetor
  • C6 automatic transmission
  • 1 of 97 finished in a Sunlit Gold exterior
  • 1 of 82 with paint trim combinations, with Black interior and White convertible top
  • Fiberglass body panels including hood with forward-placed scoop
  • 4 gauges console—oil pressure, alternator, Paxton pressure and fuel
  • Unique roll bar trim and shoulder harnesses
  • Shelby seatbelts
  • 3.50 Traction-Lok rear end
  • Stamped steel date coded wheels
  • Goodyear Polyglas White letter tires
  • NOS hub caps in box
  • Shelby Automotive Invoice, Sale of Assets document and SAAC Gold Award verification

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5.) 1969 Boss 429 – Lot F127 – $335,500

  • KK no. 1480
  • Unrestored with 14,386 miles
  • Mostly original paint and interior
  • Sold new at Bob Bales Ford in Morristown, Tennessee
  • Original 820-S NASCAR Boss 429 engine
  • Believed to be the last S-code NASCAR engine installed in a Boss 429 Mustang
  • 4-speed transmission
  • 3.91 Traction-Lok differential
  • Competition suspension
  • Power steering and front disc brakes
  • Philco AM radio
  • Black Jade with Black Deluxe interior
  • Chrome Magnum 500 wheels
  • Original Goodyear Polyglas GT tires
  • Owners manual / owners card
  • Build sheet

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4.) 1968 Shelby EXP500 Black Hornet – Lot F151 – $390,500

  • Built by Legendary Continuation cars as an homage to the Shelby “Green Hornet”
  • Factory S-Code Triple Black Mustang owned by Carroll Shelby prior to and after conversion
  • 428/335 HP Cobra Jet V-8 engine
  • Shelby intake manifold and water pump
  • Holley 700 CFM carburetor
  • Edelbrock aluminum heads
  • Cobra Jet manifold exhaust system
  • Cobra air cleaner and Shelby valve covers
  • Mallory Unilite ignition
  • Griffin aluminum radiator
  • March underdrive pulley system
  • Toploader 4-speed manual transmission
  • Currie 9 inch rear end with 3.25 gears
  • Deluxe interior with no roll bar
  • Tinted glass
  • Dash autographed by Carroll Shelby
  • Legendary Auto Meter gauges
  • Lucas fog lamps
  • Shelby 10-spoke wheels
  • Goodyear GTII tires
  • Comes with a previous title signed by Carroll Shelby

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3.) 1967 Shelby GT350 Fastback – Lot F178 – $440,000 Mustangs sold at Mecum Auction

  • Shelby No. 2148
  • 1 of 35 with factory-installed supercharger
  • Documented with a copy of the original Shelby invoice, Shelby order form, supercharger memo and Marti Report
  • Completed May 11, 1967 and shipped to Robie Ford Sales in Dorchester, Massachusetts
  • Professional restoration by Curt Vogt of Cobra Automotive in North Haven, Connecticut
  • Paxton-supercharged 289/390 HP V-8
  • Factory Toploader 4-speed transmission
  • Factory inboard headlights
  • Factory Nightmist Blue with Black décor interior
  • Correct red oxide primer floors
  • Correct 15×6-inch Steel Wheels
  • Restored Correct 1967-Only Hubcaps
  • Goodyear Speedway White-letter tires
  • Restored original wood steering wheel
  • Formerly owned by Shelby expert Tony Branda
  • Formerly owned by Shelby expert and historian Colin Comer
  • One of 3 known Nightmist Blue Paxton GT350s per SAAC
  • Comprehensively sorted and tuned by Colin Comer with invoices exceeding $20,000
  • An original Factory Paxton Supercharged GT350 with great integrity and ownership history

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2.) 1967 Ford Mustang “Eleanor”® – Lot F135 – $852,500

  • One of the original 11 cars built for use in Touchstone Pictures’ 2000 film “Gone in 60 Seconds”® by Cinema Vehicle Services in North Hollywood, California
  • Featured in various interior and exterior film scene from the Shipyard, City and River chase scenes
  • Recent rotisserie restoration by Cinema Vehicle Services with approximately 90 miles since completion
  • Blueprinted HiPo 351 CI V-8 engine
  • Edelbrock Performer intake
  • Headers and stainless side-exit exhaust with Magnaflow mufflers
  • Aluminum radiator with electric fan
  • Tremec TKO 5-speed manual transmission
  • Hydraulic clutch, PIAA lights
  • Quicktime bellhousing, Wenco driveshaft
  • 3.70 Positraction differential
  • Power steering, Wilwood disc brakes
  • Total Control Products suspension
  • Pepper Gray Metallic with Black stripes
  • NOS system, 120-125 additional HP
  • Hurst shifter with Iconic GO button
  • LeCarra wood-rimmed steering wheel
  • TCP aluminum pedal covers
  • Trunk-mounted fuel cell
  • Custom 10-spoke wheels with spinner hubs
  • Eleanor® and Gone in 60 Seconds® are registered trademarks

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1.) 1968 Ford Mustang GT Bullitt ‘559 – Lot F150 – $3,740,000

  • The Hero Car driven by Steve McQueen in the 1968 Warner Bros film, “Bullitt”
  • Featured in the majority of scenes from the legendary car chase through San Francisco
  • Sold to Warner Bros employee Robert Ross following the film debut
  • Subsequently acquired by New Jersey Detective Frank Marranca in 1970
  • Purchased by Robert Kiernan of Madison, New Jersey in 1974 from Marranca
  • Bequeathed to Kiernan’s son Sean in 2014 upon Robert’s passing
  • Letter from Warner Bros certifying that this car was featured in the film
  • California Registration from 1968 in Robert Ross’ name
  • 1978 New Jersey Insurance Card and registration dated in Robert Kiernan’s name
  • Letter from Steve McQueen to Robert Kiernan attempting to purchase the “Bullitt” Mustang
  • The 21st vehicle entered into the National Historic Vehicle Register
  • Unveiled to the public at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show alongside Ford’s 3rd edition Bullitt Mustang
  • Retains camera mounts welded into the rockers
  • Rebuilt S-code 390 CI V-8 engine
  • 4-barrel carburetor
  • 4-speed manual transmission
  • GT emblems removed and grille blacked out
  • American Racing Torque Thrust wheels

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