High Priced Mustang Has Minnesota Roots
How much is your car worth? Mine is my only mode of transportation and is priceless to me. Would it fetch much at auction? I'm sure not.
Last week at a car auction in Houston, Texas, a 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 429 Fastback sold for a cool $270,000. Yep, two-hundred-seventy thousand dollars. What makes this car so special? This gem was originally sold new at Minar Ford in New Brighton, Minnesota. It's one of only ninety-five Boss 429s painted in Grabber Green - which is the second rarest color produced in 1970. It came equipped with 820-A Boss 429 V-8 engine, 4-speed transmission, trunk-mounted battery, Chrome Magnum 500 wheels, Philco AM radio and a few more technical things I sure don't understand. Apparently it's considered to be one of the most outstanding and unique Mustangs to come off the assembly line.
All that worth $270,000? To someone it is! Can you imagine what it must cost to insure that vehicle? Me, I'll stick with my used vehicle. That way I have no worries about scratches and nicks.