This vehicle can be seen in Tulsa, Oklahoma, but keep in mind that the auction is going to be over quite soon. Right now the highest bid stands at $52,400, which is just what you would expect to pay for a 2021 Mach 1. For $50K you're looking at a 4-barrel Windsor 351 cubic inch V8, which was factory rated at 290 horsepower and 385 lb-ft (522 Nm) of torque. On top of that, there's a functional ram air shaker and a 4-speed manual transmission for you to get the full Mustang experience.
No V8 would ever be complete without an aftermarket exhaust, and this one comes with a Magnaflow dual version, so even though power figures aren't that impressive, at least the soundtrack is on point. This might be a classic vehicle, but you do also get power front disc brakes, power steering, and air-conditioning. Some of you might fall in love with the fact that this Mustang also has rear window louvers, which seems to be quite a thing for most people anyway.
The seller will provide full documentation of the restoration process, and you'll notice that the engine has been rebuilt too. Now, if you're not satisfied with just under 300 horsepower, there's always the possibility of going for an engine swap, and I can't help but wonder how a brand spanking new "Predator" engine would feel like on this chassis. You know what they say, double the power, double the fun!