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Wednesday, January 20, 2016
Mecum Auction - Kissimmee, Florida - Jan. 2016
While the weather may be a a bit cool for Florida, it's certainly a whole lot better than it is in Virginia! Also with the pending weather forecast, Florida is sounding nice right about now. The Mecum Auction in Kissimmee, FL is in full swing with some cool Mustangs coming up in the next few days.
Let's take a look at a few of them.
The 1965 Mustang Coupe pictured above will appear in this Friday's (1/22/16) lot. It's advertised as a "nut and bolt rotisserie restoration". It's finished in Prairie Bronze with a black vinyl top. Any guesses on the possible selling price! Click here to visit the link on the Mecum Auction site.
Maybe the '70 Boss 302 pictured above is more to your liking? It's advertised as having been restored 25 years ago with only 142 miles since that restoration. The auction estimate is $90-110K. Click here for more information.
There are several Boss 429 Mustangs being offered. The red one is a restored example with a Mustang Club of America Thoroughbred Gold Award in its resume. The auction estimate on this beauty is $375-425K. Click here for more.
There is also an unrestored example of a '69 Boss 429. This one still sports its original paint, and the auction estimate is $325-375K. You can read more by clicking here. There are even a few more Boss 429s being offered at this particular auction.
There's also a 1966 Shelby Mustang GT350 being offered. It's one of the early Hertz cars. It was previously a no sale at the May 2015 Mecum Auction in Indianapolis and was listed on Ebay in August of the same year. Click here to read more and see more pictures.
There is another 1965 Mustang Coupe equipped with the 289 HiPo "K" engine being offered on Saturday (1/23/16). It's advertised at a Mustang Club of America Trailered Concours Gold Award winner and has an auction estimate of $65-90K. Click here for more.
These are just a few of the Mustangs being offered at this auction. Click this link to go to Mecum's web site to view them all.