1965 Ford Mustang No. 00002

It might be serial number 00002, but as no. 00001 went to a convertible, this 1965 Ford Mustang is the very first Mustang hardtop. Exhaustively researched by historian Bob Fria, it's unclear whether the convertible or this car rolled off the assembly line first. What is clear is that it was built during pre-production preparation and was meant to end up at a Vancouver dealer to be on display for the car's introduction. Instead, it was accidentally misrouted and ended up in the cold of the Yukon. Fria eventually tracked the car down in 1997, and it underwent a two-year restoration that returned it to its original condition — complete with a date code correct 170ci inline 6-cylinder engine. As a result, it's not only a supremely rare piece of automotive history but one that's in pristine condition, as well.

  • 1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda

    One of only 368 automatic hardtop Hemi Cudas built that year, this 1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda is a remarkable piece of muscle car lore. Its 426 Hemi warranty replacement block produces 425 hp, linked to the rear wheels via a model-correct 727 TorqueFlite transmission and Sure Grip differential. Its bold B5 Blue Metallic paint job is enhanced by black side stripes, color-matching front bumper and racing mirrors, and 15-inch steel wheels finished in the same color and wrapped in period-correct Goodyear Polyglas tires. In total, it's a show-ready example, with a blue interior that's as bold and well-kept as the exterior, making it even more pleasurable to drive.

  • 1955 Pegaso Tipo Z-102B

    Fewer than 90 102s and 103s were ever built, so this 1955 Pegaso Tipo Z-102B is already rare. The fact that it's one of just seven built with coachwork by Saoutchik, and it becomes even more exclusive. Powered by a dual overhead cam V8 engine mated to a five-speed transaxle, it was a groundbreaking setup for the period. Several owners have enjoyed this example over the years, at one point passing through the hands of noted car enthusiast and casino legend Bill Harrah, who had a high-level restoration performed — one of two restorations it's seen throughout its life. As a result, it is in excellent condition and a Concours-ready example of a highly limited classic.

    Photos: Mathieu Heurtault / Gooding & Company

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