I live in Canada.  I found a barn a couple months ago with a few very rare cars.  I took the VIN's and found what I could according to registries and decoder books.  I have blanked the VIN's that I have pics of for the owners sake.e.
1971 Mustang 429 SCJ, with a 4-speed (2 tone blue color).  It has been cut for tubing and has a very serious roll cage in it.  The engine and trans are not present.
1971 Mustang 429 SCJ coupe (gray).  Rust free California car, excellent shape except for a dinged quarter panel.
1971 Mustang Mach 1 429 SCJ (Lime Green color).  Arkansas car, very little rust.
1965 Mustang K-Code fastback.  Basically a bare shell with a 9" rear end.  Restoration looks like it was started, but the welding was done pretty badly.  Originally a Raven Black with white interior car, currently the first known K-Code fastback from Metuchen.  Power train not present.
1964 Mustang K-Code coupe.  Late July car, with about 42000 original miles.  Color is Caspian Blue with a blue/white interior.  Has one rust hole in the floor and one on the battery apron.  Power train is there.
  2 1966 Mustangs and a 1964 1/2 with 289 4-barrel, 4-speed with rally pack, sitting in a pasture in GA for probably close to 20 year, same guy owns car in 2nd pic, which is a 1969 Mustang fastback, he claims that it's a Boss 302.  Cody
Pic is of an honest-to-goodness 1970 Boss 302 Mustang that was sitting with a bunch of other vehicles outside a repair shop in 1992.  At the time it was a rust-free rolling shell with no motor, tranny or interior, but had a clear title, and the owner told me I could have it for $500.  I couldn't swing it since I was in school at the time, and cry just about every time I think about it.  The only thing I have to show for the find is this crummy picture.  Oh, sitting right next to the Mustang was a G-code 1969 Mercury Cougar Eliminator that came from the factory with a Boss 302.  It was missing the engine and transmission also, but in general was more complete.  Kevin  VA