Barrett-Jackson: Orange County Mustangs Hitting The Auction Block

Posted by on June 22, 2011 - more
Tony Hawk 2011 Mustang GT

The big Barrett-Jackson auction hits Orange County, California this weekend with a few nice Mustangs due to hit the auction block. The auction will be held this weekend from June 24th to June 26th so keep up on the action live on Speed.

This supercharged 1967 custom fastback is a gem built from the ground up capable of 700-RWHP. It was built from the ground up and has a lengthy list of modifications consisting of a full custom body, built from the ground up along with an Art Morrison chassis, full custom leather interior, custom rims, 9″ ford rear end, coil over front end, 351 block stroked to 418cid, Pro-Charger custom chromed supercharger, 6-speed Tremec transmission, functional Mach 1 style hood scoop, custom dual exhaust, custom headers, functional hydraulic zoomies activated from console, custom cold air intake, custom hydraulic license plate holder activated from console, custom “on/off” electrical system master switch, custom 2,000 watt sound system with dual sub-woofers, custom fuel cap, power steering, power brakes, custom electric, hydraulic super hi performance brakes, ’05 GT Mustang gauges and rear side windows and custom fabricated door handles.

Here is another 1967 custom Mustang fastback with a fuel injected 402-IR Roush Racing engine rated at 514hp and a Tremec TKO 600 5-speed transmission. Painted in Nightmist blue with another lengthy mod list with over $100,000 invested in this rare “S” code, this beauty has less than 1,500 miles and is going to help the South California Special Olympics with the proceeds.

This baby is one-of-a-kind as well! It’s a 1971 351 BOSS convertible! Yep, convertible! The sole purpose of this car was to be the only BOSS ‘vert. It features a power top, 3-speed automatic transmission, and silver metallic paint complete with BOSS logos.

This Tony Hawk “Hawkized” 2011 Mustang GT will be hitting the block and will benefit the Tony Hawk Foundation and Center for Living Peace. It was customized by Galpin Auto Sports and puts down a mean 425-hp. The interior is customized in Katzkin leather exterior while the exterior sports a Street Scene body kit, upper and lower side scoops, custom grille and tinted lights. DUB contributed a set of TIS 3-piece wheels and Pirelli tires. It also features Ford Racing Springs and a Flowmaster exhaust setup.

Here is an interesting custom roadster sporting bright orange wheels and an airbrushed mural of a pony on the hood. This Fox was built by top speed record holder Ermie Immerso in 1994. The engine is a DOHC 4.6L V8 from a Lincoln MK VIII connected to a transmission is a 4R70W and was featured in 1997 of Mustangs Illustrated.

The famous customizing team from television, West Coast Customs, built this Mustang for the Darrell Gwynn Foundation. The car will be revealed in an episode of Discovery’s hit show “Inside West Coast Customs” where they also made a matching wheelchair to be given away as well. Check out the rest of the story here.

Check out this beautiful 1969 Mach 1 428 Super Cobra Jet in Champagne Gold. The options include the 428cid SCJ engine with drag pack, C6 transmission, sport deck rear seat, power front disc brakes, AM radio and tachometer. This is the only Mach 1 that features this option combination.

If you’re looking for a modern race car, a 2010 Supercharged 5.4-liter Cobra Jet will be hitting the auction block as well. It is number 43 out of a total of 50 built. This Mustang is not street legal and will only be sold with a bill of sale. It also has never been raced.

Friday, June 24th: 2pm – 8pm
Saturday, June 25th: 2pm – 8pm
Sunday, June 26th: 12pm – 4pm


  1. TraderJeff says:

    There were no BOSS(302, 351, 429) automatics. I love the idea of a BOSS CON-vert-IBLE; it NEEDS to be a 351CJ/4-speed. (“vert”…are you REALLY that lazy that you can’t type out convertible? It’s NOT cool(kewl), it’s not hip, it’s just plain lazy).

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