It’s not often you can find a half-century-old classic car with less than 15,000 miles on the odometer. It’s even less likely to find one in all-original unrestored condition – especially if it’s changed hands several times. But that’s exactly the case with this gorgeous 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429 Fastback.
Believed to house the last S-code NASCAR engine installed in a Boss Mustang, this gorgeous American Muscle Car has exactly 14,386 miles on the odometer after having passed through the hands of three different owners. Still, the engine (which had 375 horsepower off the lot), interior, and paint are all original. It even comes with the original Goodyear Polyglas GT tires and the owner’s manual. If you’re a fan of big powerful pony cars, you’ll be hard to find one this original and in such good condition. This one will be hitting the block at Mecum’s Indianapolis auction in May of this year, though pricing details have yet to be revealed.