- K-code 289-ci HiPo V8 engine
- 4-speed manual transmission
- Restored by marque expert Fred Glazier Jr.
- Displayed at the Simeone Museum
- Very correct with numerous and extraordinarily rare specific K-code FoMoCo parts
- All exterior sheet metal is original Ford (as noted by Fred Glazier)
- Customer-ordered per factory buck tag
- Deluxe “Pony” interior
- Very rare factory build sheet
- Factory AM radio/8-track stereo
- Original documents and receipts pertaining to the restoration
- Rally Pac gauge cluster
- Bucket seats with seat belts and center Read More
- Flathead V8 engine with modern upgrades
- Floor-shift manual transmission
- Mild custom with bucket seats
- Dash and gauges period-correct
- Ford step plates
- Chromed bumpers
- Beautiful finish
The brilliant blue paint immediately draws your attention to this restored and mildly customized 1949 Ford pickup. The interior features complementary blue cloth bucket seats in an otherwise seemingly period-correct cabin in mainly a gray tone with the period dashboard and instruments onboard. The truck has a flathead V8 that looks to Read More
Ford-powered muscle will take center stage at Barrett-Jackson’s June 23-25 first Northeast Auction at the Mohegan Sun Casino Resort in Uncasville, CT.
A matching-numbers 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429 (Lot 669) and a matching-numbers 1968 Shelby GT500 KR (Lot 668) will cross the block.
“Original Ford Mustangs and Shelbys of the 1960s and early ‘70s are the epitome of desirable, classic American muscle,” said Craig Jackson, chairman and CEO of Barrett-Jackson. “Our bidders seek them out and, in fact, Read More
Masterminded by its European Motor Sports boss, Stuart Turner, the RS200 was Ford’s ambitious attempt at producing a championship-winning Group B rally car.
Overseen by Ford Motor Sports Chief Engineer John Wheeler, the RS200 project commenced in 1983 with production of 200 cars planned to meet Group B requirements, hence the name. The design, by Tony Southgate, eventually crystallized as a compact mid-engined coupe powered by a turbocharged version of the 1.8-liter 16-valve Cosworth BDA engine and equipped with four-wheel Read More
- The first of three one-off custom speedsters built for Edsel Ford
- Designed by E.T. “Bob” Gregorie and constructed by Ford Aircraft Division
- Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance major award winner
- A highly significant landmark of Ford history and design
- Offered for the first time in over 70 years