Mourning the forgotten Ford Mustangs
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Mourning the forgotten Ford Mustangs

Witnessing the abandoned Ford Mustang mercilessly made many people have to say that “people don’t eat everything, people don’t come out”.

Once known as the king of the road, but the 1967 GT500 below has a rather “harsh” ending when abandoned on the side of the road. The car was completely rusted and became a reluctant bonsai.

A “potted plant” has been likened to the king of all roads. Source: Hotcars

Meanwhile, the Ford Mustang Mach 1 also suffered the same fate as having to lie around with the surrounding rubbish with significant peeling and rust paint. Launched in 1969, this model has been compared to one of the legends of the old car village when owning a 250 horsepower engine.

The Ford Mustang Mach 1 was devastated by weather and time. Source: Hotcars

Boss Mustang 302 – a cult name that once seemed more fortunate to still have a roof over the rain thanks to being left in a stable. However, the surface of the car is covered with dirt making it look worse than ever. It is known that only 1628 Boss Mustang 302 were sold in 1969.

Photos make many people lamented. Source: Hotcars

Next is the Super Cobra Jets 135 car found at the back of an American man’s garden. It is known that after his death, one of his relatives accidentally discovered this car lying in the middle of the garden and was even more surprised to know it was one of the 50 expensive Super Cobra Jets 135 ever produced. export. Currently the car has been returned to the new owner and is in the process of restoration.

“Treasure” is forgotten behind the garden. Source: Hotcars

The 1968 Ford Mustang GT Fastback has appeared in Steve McQueen’s Bullitt movie. The original movie car sold for up to $ 3.7 million. Despite this, its “brother” is being thrown away in a state of no more collapse. In fact, if this car is carefully preserved, its value will not be less than the above price.

Legend once also cannot avoid sad ending. Source: Hotcars


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