The extravagant automobiles Pony cars and Mustangs ever fancied.

We all know how the name “Ford Mustang is globally popular ever since it was introduced. It was familiarized with the world in the year 1964, and it has been among the best – selling Ford products. And according to the majority, Ford is considered one of the best – selling affordable sports cars ever. Today, even after 55 years of its premiere, the current Mustang generation sells like a hotcake. But it’s older Mustangs that are one of the most sought – after classic in the world.

Ford has governed supreme for more than half a century, which is an unprecedented success in the car world. Over the years, Ford has produced millions of them. Most Mustangs were plain four, six, and eight-cylinder models. But they also boasted special editions, limited production models, and homologation specials. Companies like Shelby American, Saleen, Roush, and Steeda also produced unique models that they based on regular Mustangs. Read on to know more about the most expensive Mustangs they were produced.

2020 SHELBY GT500

It looks like every new generation of the Shelby GT500 endorses the envelope even further. GT500s deliver so much that it is hard to comprehend. Have a glance at the latest 2020 model. The massive 5.2-liter supercharged V8 engine delivers a mind-blowing 760 HP. It reaches to the rear wheels through an intelligent 10 – speed automatic transmission. Shelby’s exciting combo makes the new GT500 the perfect blend of old – school muscles and contemporary technology. It only takes 3.3 seconds to get to 60 mph with a 180 – mph top speed. Of course, such firepower comes with a substantial price tag. In this case, it costs almost $107,000 loaded.

1968 SHELBY GT500 KR: $ 110,000

This Ford with 428 Cobra Jet engine was introduced in the year 1968, and Shelby was about to use to in his line of Mustangs. But he wanted to do something unique, so the result was the GT500 KR. The “KR” stands for “King of the Road.” It was rated the 428 Cobra Jet at 335 HP. But everyone knew that the engine provided more than 400 HP and 400 lb-ft of torque.

1968 SHELBY GT 500 KR CONVERTIBLE: $132,000

This beast out of 1,053 Shelby GT500KR models Ford produced for the 1968 model year; the convertible was the fewest version with just 318 cars. The mechanics were the same, which meant that the KR came with the 428 CJ engine and the choice of an instruction manual or automated gearbox. Nevertheless, since the convertibles were so rare, it achieved a higher price on auction. Not long ago, one of the finest Shelby GT500KR convertibles sold for $132,000.