What Is The Best Year For A Classic Mustang? On a weekly basis we get asked which model is the best for classic Mustangs. And it does get confusing: each year in the 1960’s brought out a new model, with a new name. But with innovation and changes to the shape year on year, it really comes down to personal training taste and what you want from your classic Mustang. A purist may be drawn to ’64 1/2. These cars were the very first Ford Mustangs to hit the production line. They got their name due to being released in 1964, but were sold as a 1965 model. Though mass-produced, it’s incredibly rare to find one that is still completely original and in working order. We were lucky enough to sell one here at the dealership last year. A great car! If you like fastbacks, then it’s hard to look past the ’68 model. Made famous by Steve McQueen in the movie Bullitt (only the most iconic car film of all time!), you don’t have to look at the car long to see why it gets the heart a-pumping. It’s a bulked-up version of the earlier Mustangs, pumped with even more testosterone. You will not feel let down driving one of these about. However… are you just a lover of that ~c l a s s i c~ Mustang shape? Then it might be the coupe from ’66, ’67, ’68 or ’69 that tickles your fancy. These stylish Mustangs are a constant here at the Muscle Car UK dealership. The iconic shape and roar of the engine will make heads turn and ears shrink; you’ll feel like someone out of Mad Max: Fury Road. We have up to 40 classic mustangs on offer at any one time. Everything your heart could possibly desire. Then again, if you don’t see the exact model or spec you’re after, be sure to let us know what you’re looking for. We have a team on the ground in the US to source our cars, they’ll come across your dream classic in no time. What is the best year for a classic Mustang, you say? Well… we’ll let you be the judge of that. But let us take take you on that ride. Call us today and let our team guide you through!