When this 1965 Ford Mustang crosses the block at Dana Mecum’s 33rd Original Spring Classic Indy sale next month, it could achieve the highest price a Mustang has ever achieved at auction.
Yes, even more than the world record breaking $3.4m (£2.6m) that the Bullitt Mustang sold for at another Mecum sale in Kissimmee, Florida, back on 10 January.
That’s because this is no ordinary Mustang. It was driven to victory – the first Shelby Mustang winner – by none other than Ken Miles.
In fact, the auction house describes it as ‘the most historically significant Shelby Mustang in the world’ – the 2019 release of Ford v Ferrari can’t have hurt, either.
This exquisite model is hand painted and polished to a beautiful finish.
Other features include:
- Extremely Detailed Engine
- Moveable and Steerable Front Wheels
- Accurate and highly detailed Interior and Chassis
- Opening Doors, Trunk and Hood