Monterey exhibited more than five auctions. Mecum was the right place for Ford Mustangs as there was a fascinating variety of original Mustangs. The Ford collection further included some vintage models which at a modest price.
The lead star among the Mustangs was the grand unrestored 1969 Mustang Boss 429 as it was price tagged at $550,000, which is the second highest price ever for a Boss 429. Worthy of acknowledgement is the McMurrey Family collection, which encompassed the very first 2012 Mustang Boss 302 production (unsold at $75,000), a mint 1966 Mustang Fastback K-Code (sold at $70,000), a 1970 Boss 302 Trans-Am racer prototype (unsold at $185,000), a 1970 Boss 429 (sold at $222,500), etc.
Noteworthy as well were some collectable Shelby Mustangs, such as the 1969 GT500 that Carroll Shelby once drove (sold for 140,000), Stirling Moss`s once-owned 1966 GT350 race car (unsold at $325,000), and Classic Recreations Shelby GT350CR prototype (unsold at $140,000).