This weekend, March 27-29, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Auctions America will present a diverse group of some 500 vehicles for sale in all price ranges. Among the most interesting cars in this selection is the one-of-a-kind 1964-1/2 Ford Mustang III Factory Prototype affectionately known as “Shorty.” It’s being offered following 47 years in single ownership, and is arguably the most historically important Mustang ever presented for sale. Bids in the half-million-dollar range are expected.
Also crossing the block will be several other cars with bid expectations in that same neighborhood. One is an ultra-lightweight 1992 Ford GT 40 Mk V Spyder by Safir (shown), while another is a 1959 Ferrari 250 GT Coupe, one of 45 cars on offer from the Cayman Motor Museum Collection. Two more are low-mileage Ford GTs, one an original, one-of-a-kind 2006 Ford GT Heritage Edition with only 2.7 miles on its clock, and the other a rare 2005 Ford GT, chassis #002, perhaps the lowest numbered example of a Ford GT that will ever be offered to the public. For complete information please visit www.auctionsamerica.com