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There’s an indescribable feeling that comes with driving a classic car. From the moment you turn the key and feel the engine roar to life, you’re transported to a different era, enveloped in the nostalgia and charm that only a classic car can offer.

It’s no mystery why collecting classic cars is so popular among motor enthusiasts — each one of these vehicles provides a highly unique driving experience, and you get to own your personal piece of motor history. 

With so many remarkable classics changing hands on collector car markets, collectors need to be aware of what’s available and the market value of classic models. In this blog, we discuss four impressive classics that recently sold on, including a Coyote-powered 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback. 

1967 Ford MustangCoyote-Powered 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback 6-Speed

This 1967 Ford Mustang received a replacement B Rod full chassis in 2021, which features SPC Performance adjustable front upper control arms, an adjustable RideTech coilover at its four corners, and a triangulated four-bar rear suspension. 

The car also underwent critical repairs and modifications to its body and interior. It now sports a new striking red finish with brown stripes that complement its two-tone black and brown interior. 

The Mustang’s breathtaking exterior also comes with body-color bumpers, LED lighting, “GT550SC” rocker panel stripes, a Ringbrothers carbon-fiber front valance, and sail scoops. Its body rides on ten-spoke 18” and 20” Schott wheels that display a bronze finish with polished lips. The wheels are mounted with 245/40 and 285/30 Continental Extreme Contact tires.  

A second-generation 5.0-liter Coyote V8 crate engine powers this remarkable ride, and it features exceptional performance equipment and modifications, such as a Holley HP EFI system, a Griffin aluminum radiator, a Borla Eight Stack fuel injection kit, dual electric fans, and a Vintage Air Front Runner accessory drive system. 

This powerhouse vehicle is mated to a Tremec T56 Magnum six-speed manual transmission that features a Quick Time bellhousing and is attached to a Dynotech driveshaft and a Currie 9” TwinTrac rear end with 31 spline axles and 3.70 gears. 

The car’s cabin features front bucket seats and folding rear seats with black and brown leather upholstery. 

With its phenomenal custom style and incredible specifications, it’s no surprise that this car sold for a whopping $355,000. 

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1970 Ferrari1970 Ferrari 365 GT 2+2

This stunning 1970 Ferrari boasts a glimmering silver finish that looks even better juxtaposed with its blue leather interior. Its exterior also features split front bumpers, a door-mounted driver-side mirror, rear bumper over-riders, and a quad-outlet ANSA exhaust system.

The car sports a 4.4-liter 60° Colombo SOHC V12 with triple Weber carburetors. Its engine was rebuilt back in 2016 and now features replacement cylinder lines, bearings, gaskets, engine mounts, pistons, and a timing chain. The engine boasts a factory rating of 320 horsepower, and it sends power to its rear wheels by way of a five-speed manual transmission. The vehicle also features power-assisted steering, making for an even better ride. 

In addition to its impressive powertrain, the car features 15” Borrani wire wheels with Dunlop Signature II radial tires. Plus, it features an independent rear suspension and self-leveling system. Its brakes are made up of servo-assisted four-wheel ventilated discs. 

The Ferrari’s cabin comes with blue-leather-upholstered front bucket seats and a rear bench as well as matching carpets and door panels. It also features power windows, a Becker Europa radio, air conditioning, and a wood dash trim. The dashboard is complemented by the cabin’s wood-rimmed steering wheel, which resides in front of Veglia Borletti instrumentation. 

The car is one out of around 800 units that Ferrari originally constructed, making it incredibly valuable. It’s a very well-preserved example and ultimately sold for $302,000. 

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mercedes benz camper conversion1987 Mercedes-Benz Unimog U1300L Camper Conversion

Wabi-sabi Overland modified a Mercedes-Benz Unimog U1300L to create this incredibly unique camper, which sold for $175,111. This custom 1987 Mercedes Benz sports a green finish and features a camper cabin. 

This impressive truck is energized by a 6.0-liter OM366A turbo diesel inline-six with an upgraded fuel primer pump, a Webasto Thermo Top C engine block pre-heater, and a tuned injection pump. The engine is mated to an eight-speed manual transmission with portal axles, rear differentials, a locking front center, four reverse gears, and a pneumatically-actuated transfer case, allowing the driver to use either rear-wheel or four-wheel drive. 

This one-of-a-kind truck resides on top of 20” wheels that are powder-coated white, and the wheels feature Continental MPT 81 365/80 tires. The vehicle also comes with air-assisted four-wheel disc brakes. 

The Unimog’s cab sports two black-cloth-upholstered air suspension seats with gray carpets and gray cloth door panels. It also features Atkinson Vos sound-deadening floor mats as well as other sound-deadening materials throughout the interior. 

Other notable aspects of the truck’s interior include its two-spoke steering wheel, a programmable dual-scale VDO speedometer, an exhaust temperature gauge, and a 3k-rpm tachometer. The interior also comes with numerous features throughout its camper cabin, which is accessible through the cab. 

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MGB Roadster1973 MG MGB Roadster

Finally, we have an eye-catching 1973 MG MGB roadster that underwent a rigorous multi-year refurbishment that concluded in 2017. During that time, those working on the car reupholstered its interior, equipped it with a new engine, and refinished the car in a stunning blue.

The MGB’s exterior also features a black soft top, dual mirrors, chrome-finished bumpers with overriders, and quarter vent windows. It boasts silver-finished 14” Rostyle wheels with polished trim rings and black accents along with 175/65 Uniroyal Radial A/S tires. The vehicle’s stopping power is made up of front disc and rear drum brakes. 

The car is powered by a replacement 1.8-liter inline-four with twin SU carburetors, and it routes its power to rear wheels via a four-speed manual transmission that includes a refurbished differential.

Inside the cabin resides black-vinyl-upholstered bucket seats along with matching carpets, door panels, and a dashboard. The interior also features a wooden shift knob, a three-spoke steering wheel, MG-branded floor mats, polished sill plates, and a Smiths heater. It also comes with Smiths instrumentation that includes a tachometer, a 120-mph speedometer, and auxiliary gauges for its oil pressure, coolant temperature, and fuel level. 

The 1973 MG MGB Roadster came with a black tonneau cover and sold for $8,200. 

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Get Premium Insurance for Your Classic

If you enjoy the privilege of owning a classic vehicle, such as a 1967 Ford Mustang, a 1970 Ferrari, or another car, you need to protect your cherished piece of motor history with classic car insurance. Fortunately, Classic Auto Insurance specializes in protecting collector cars, vintage cars, antiques, and other types of classics. 

We provide our clients with top-of-the-line insurance based on agreed-upon value, and our policies include great perks designed to keep your car on the road for as long as possible, including inflation guard, rollover miles, and nationwide roadside assistance with flatbed towing. 

You can learn more by calling our classic car experts at 888-901-1338, or you can get an instant quote online here

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