How much is a 1969 428 Cobra Jet worth?

How much is a 1969 428 Cobra Jet worth?

There were a total of 1,026 Mustang Sportsroofs produced in 1969 equipped with the “W” code 428 SCJ / 4.30 rear differential combination and many of them were not Mach 1s. The current market value for a #2 condition Mustang Mach 1 Super Cobra Jet is $139,500 (Source CPI Sept-Oct 2018).

How much is a Cobra Jet worth?

Hagerty calculates a Boss 429’s median worth as $200,000 on average according to its valuation tool.

How much is a 69 Mustang Fastback worth?

How much is a 1969 Mustang fastback worth?

Bodystyles Median Sale
Fastback Coupe $68,650
Grande Hardtop $13,600
Hardtop Coupe $42,000
Mach 1 Fastback $47,000

What is a 1968 Ford Mustang 428 Cobra Jet?

All 1968 Ford Mustang 428 Cobra Jets came with GT-level touches, such as front fog lamps and a side “C” stripe, but the only other external clue to the armament within was the black scoop and hood stripe.

What was the quickest Mustang in 1968?

In mid-model year 1968, Ford introduced the new 428 Cobra Jet, a powerful speed machine. See more classic muscle cars pictures. Ask any knowledgeable Blue Oval enthusiast to name the quickest pure-production Mustang of the muscle car era, and most will say the 1968 Ford Mustang 428 Cobra Jet.

What kind of engine is in a 1968 Ford Mustang?

Big-block Camaros and Firebirds, and even 340-cid Darts and Barracudas, were kicking Mustang’s tail on the street. Ford countered by making its 427-cid V-8 a Mustang option in early ’68 models.

What ever happened to the Cobra Jet from American Pickers?

That was only a single season, though, and the car traded hands several times over the next few years. Eventually, owners from Inez, Kentucky, sent it to Carl “Captain Cobra Jet” Holbrook’s shop for an engine, but ran out of time/money/enthusiasm, selling it to Carl.