Evaluation: Represented as matching numbers and one-of-one with this combination of equipment (not a distinction of major importance in the world of ’60s Mustangs). Very good paint and chrome aside from an odd spot of discoloration on the hood. Clean wheels and tires. Even gaps. Very good interior. Handsome car holding up well from an older restoration and an interesting combination of options. Not just another Mustang.
Bottom Line: This well-optioned Mustang is a familiar auction veteran. It was a no-sale at Mecum Indy in 2018 at a $100,000 bid, and was a no-sale there again a year later at a $110,000 high bid. Third time wasn’t the charm at Kissimmee 2020 with another $100,000 no-sale. It came back to Kissimmee in 2021 and 2022 to $90,000 and $75,000 no-sales. There’s consistency for you. All of those bids save for the last one were perfectly appropriate, and four years of trying and ferrying the car around the country resulted in less than what the car would have sold for in 2018.