The hand of the king's Mustang

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Classic Car Auctions (CCA) will be offering a very special 1967 Ford Mustang convertible — owned by British actor and Game of Thrones star Charles Dance — in its auction on December 5 at The Warwickshire Exhibition Centre.  

This Mustang has been owned by Dance since 2002, and was a daily driver right up until 2013, when he was made to treat the car to a full restoration. This included fitting all-new floor pans, new rear wings, a fully rebuilt 289 V8 engine, and a complete new brake system. The car then received a full bare-metal respray.

The Mustang is now going under the hammer in CCA’s final sale of the year, with an estimate of between £25,000–£30,000 (NZ$56,350–67,610).

Commenting on the car, CCA general manager Guy Lees-Milne said, “This is the ideal car not just for Mustang fans but for Game of Thrones obsessives around the world. Just imagine driving the car once owned by Tywin Lannister!”

The Mustang will join around 100 other classic cars in CCA’s December sale.