1967 Ford Mustang - $22,500.00
1967 Ford Mustang Coupe
When a manufacturer continues making the same model of vehicle for over 50 years that is a pretty good sign they must be doing something right. After first introducing the Mustang in 1964 (considered 1965) and they have continued to be one of the "go to" choices for muscle car fans ever since. Even nowadays the brand new ones are a staple at car shows and have clubs dedicated to them. This 1967 Coupe is a great looking car that runs well. The body is solid and painted in a nice Red paint. It has been repainted at some point in the past as it decodes as a Gold car originally. Interestingly enough the original DSO was Dallas so there is a good chance it has spent most or all of its life in Texas. All of the chrome is in good condition and all there. It is not a factory GT but does have the GT badges, gas cap, fog lights and rear valance with exhaust cutouts. That glass is all in good shape as well and all framed with the original style factory trim. The car has a great stance and rides on American Racing wheels.
The car is powered by a 289V8 and is an original 289 car. The motor runs well with no mechanical issues. It has a original style look with a majority of the components from the Edelbrock carb down being painted Ford Blue. It is paired with a C4 automatic transmission that moves through gears smoothly and sends power back to the original rear end. Some nice luxuries include the air condition as well as power brakes with front discs.
The interior of the car is all new and done in Black upholstery. It has the typical bucket seats up front and bench in back. Nice chrome lap belts with Mustang emblems have been added in both front and rear. The original center console runs between the buckets and houses the t handle automatic shifter plus additional storage space. The dash has the original layout and the factory style gauges are all working properly.
Add it to your collection for $22,500.00!
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