Completely restored 1967 Ford Mustang with 53,000 original miles, a new 351 Windsor motor with 2,500 miles mated to a 4-speed manual transmission. 100% rust free body and chassis originally from California and has all original sheet metal. Everything has been replaced or renewed inside and out including a beautiful metallic blue professional paint job. All gauges and lights work and has zero leaks. It's absolutely gorgeous and cannot go anywhere without being stopped by admirers asking questions. Drives and sounds as good as it looks. This is a show quality vintage Mustang ready to go. - Rebuilt 351 Windsor w 2,500 miles- Mild cam, head work, triple angle valve job - performance aluminum intake- Edelbrock 600 Carburetor- MSD high Out put electronic ignition - Aluminum Ford Performance polished valve covers- Ford Toploader 4 speed transmission- New pressure plate and center force clutch- new transmission mount- New Power steering w new Hydraulic Steering cylinder, hoses, and ball joints - New suspension w new shocks, springs, and 1" lowering kit.- Differential rear end was upgraded with a 9" Ford Posi Traction Differential + Moser performance axles- New Metallic Lapis Blue paint job- New Retro Sound head unit- Clarion Amp - MB Quartz 6x9 rears + 6.5 fronts- New disc brakes, hoses, and new Master Cylinder.- New Eleanor Style 17"Aluminum Wheels + 4 new tires- New Flowmaster dual Exhaust system- New custom headers.l- New Shelby wood / stainless steering wheel- New, Starter, New Alternator, new Water Pump- Brand new Fuel Tank and fuel sending unit- New Ford Motor Sport Tachometer- Brand new Red Top Optima Battery - Brand New Hurst Competition Plus Shifter Assembly- All brand new bulbs + head lightsSerious buyers only. Clean title in hand. Call or text (470) 729-28-five-three.
Blue exterior, Black interior. Ford Small Block V8 engine, automatic transmission, Supercharger, Coilovers, Air Conditioning, Ground up restoration. Every nut and bolt on this Mustang is either new or refurbished. A ton of aftermarket performance parts make this car one of a kind and a real head turner everywhere it goes. The engine is a fuel injected Ford small block with a Vortech centrifugal supercharger that really pulls this Mustang down the road. Supporting mods include MSD ignition, headers, and aftermarket camshaft. The transmission shifts great and features a TCI Outlaw shifter to make sure every shift is perfect. A 9 Ford rear end is out back to make sure every bit of power gets to the road. All the front suspension has been replaced with tubular front control arms, rack and pinion steering, and coilover shocks. In the rear, the leaf springs have been ditched and replaced with a four link suspension with a larger sway bar and coilover shocks. Front and rear disc brakes slow this beast down and 17 and 18 Boyd Coddington wheels keep this Ford rolling. The exterior blue paint has a stunning shine and the black stripes really set it off. Inside, a custom interior has been installed with bucket seats, 5 point harnesses, roll bar, digital gauges, air conditioning, and custom center console. The quality of this Mustang speaks for itself. It is one of a kind and priced to sell. Come out today to see this beauty in person!
1967 MUSTANG CONV, gorgeous show CandyApple Red, terrific stock superior body, working in-hood turn signals, black full interior, custom console, new gauges, wood steering wheel, safety belts, strong built 289cid, aluminum intake-4V, uprated ignition 8mm wires, dual exhaust via ceramic headers, custom serpentine system, cold modern air conditioning system, redone radiator with fresh coolant, power rack & pinion steering, 4-link rear suspension, power 4-wheel drilled Wilwood disc brakes, coil-overs, full front tubular suspension, strong 9" rear end, great 18" Cobra alloy wheels with new staggered radials, brand new black power top, all new chrome and trim, lower stainless rocker molding, remote stereo system, 'LED' lighting, sequential tail lights, very solid underchassis, full fresh mechanicals just checked by the Fraser Dante shop, Spring 2019, see www.fraserdante.com for further information and full inventory
If theres a car more beloved than a 1967 Ford Mustang convertible, I cant imagine what it might be. This attractive Mustang ragtop hits all the right notes, too: V8 power, fresh paint, and driving manners thats kept the Mustang on everyones must-have list since 1967. The vivid blue paint is a bit brighter than the original code D Acapulco Blue, but I dont think anyones going to complain once theyve seen how good it looks in person. Professionally repainted quite recently, it looks fantastic with a shine that gets peoples attention and attention to detail that says it was more than just a quick respray. Panel gaps are pretty good all around, which is unusual for the unit-bodied Mustang ragtop, and its always nice to see one that hasnt been re-badged to resemble something its not. You can always spot a 67 by the absence of side marker lights, leaving clean, uncluttered sheetmetal and the addition of a white C-stripe is the perfect accent. It appears that much of the chrome has been replaced or polished, and the original emblems were installed as needed. We believe most of the interior is original, but it isnt worn out in the least. There is some very, very minor wear on the drivers seat, but nobodys picky enough to object. New carpets help freshen it up and the mini console is a seldom-seen option that includes built-in warning lights. Big, round gauges were a welcome upgrade in the 1967 Mustangs, and someone has thoughtfully added a trio of auxiliary gauges under the dash to help out. A newer AM/FM/cassette stereo head unit slots neatly into the original radios spot in the dash, but its probably due for an upgrade this summer. Theres a fresh black convertible top overhead, and the windows need some adjusting because of it. Theres also a black boot to make things look clean and the trunk is correctly outfitted with a plaid mat that looks brand new. The C-code 289 cubic inch V8 originally carried a 2-barrel carburetor and 200 horsepower, so thats what was reinstalled after the car was rebuilt. Its also nicely detailed and the Ford Blue paint on the block brightens up the all-black engine bay, as do the chrome air cleaner and finned aluminum valve covers that were painted to blend in. Theres also a big aluminum radiator up front and all-new ignition system components that continue with the OEM look. Power steering is always a smart idea in a V8 Mustang and the C4 3-speed automatic transmission means that anyone can enjoy this Mustangs fun. Factory exhaust manifolds feed a recent dual exhaust system with glasspack-style mufflers and with 3.00 gears out back, it never gets tiresome on the highway. Attractive 15-inch wheels resemble vintage Torque Thrusts with a modern twist, and these wear recent 215/70/15 Cooper white-letter radials. A pretty car with enough performance to be entertaining, this Mustang will always be on everyones wish lists. With a reasonable price tag, theres just no reason why you should spend another year without Americas favorite pony car in your garage. Call today!
This 1967 Shelby GT500 fastback is a rather amazing find for those of us who love survivors. Placed into storage in 1970 when it was just three years old, it remained untouched until 2005 when it was fully rehabilitated, including a fresh engine rebuild. With original paint, original interior, and a dual-quad 428 Police Interceptor engine, this is an extraordinary discovery. Any Shelby will cause a stir at most car shows, but if you want to cause a stir at a Shelby show, this GT500 is how you do it. With an unblemished history and fantastic patina thats seldom seen, this is a survivor in the purest sense of the word. Thats original 1967-vintage Nightmist Blue paint on top of unmarked factory sheetmetal, and original paint means no nonsense hiding underneath. It is certainly not perfect but it would be a capital crime to even consider painting this car. It gives us a great window into the past so we can see exactly how these cars were built, the condition of the fiberglass back in the 60s, and all those other details that seem to get erased by time. It has spent its life in Alabama, so rust is a non-issue and the storage was clean, warm, and dry because even the chrome still shines up nicely. Its worth noting that this car also has all its original glass and lenses, factory emblems, and even the selling dealers badge on the tail. This is as good as survivors get. Storage was equally kind to the interior, which features factory comfort-weave buckets, a beautiful Shelby wood steering wheel, and even original carpets. Yes, of course theres some fading but again, its a wonderful glimpse into the past and a benchmark car for restorers looking to make tomorrows show winners. And heres a hint: they were not perfect when they were new. Its great to see that there are no splits or tears in the upholstery, the gauges are bright with crystal clear lenses, and even the accessory Stewart-Warner dials under the dash look almost new. This Shelby is also equipped with factory A/C, which is still set up for R12 (the system was rebuilt in 2005 but needs a charge today). It does have the Shelby roll bar and shoulder harnesses, fold-down rear seat, and even the optional courtesy light package. The trunk is outfitted with the original mat and what is likely the original spare tire which is still in fantastic condition. When you stepped up to the GT500, you received the mighty 428 Police Interceptor V8, rated at 355 horsepower, although weve all pretty much realized that number is light by about 60 ponies. Its obviously the cars original engine, and it was fully rebuilt including new pistons, bearings, rings, valvetrain, and all the other little pieces so its as good as new. With only 894 miles on the car since it was refurbished, the engine remains strong and ready to rock. They were careful not to erase originality under the hood, so it isnt shiny and perfect, but rather perfectly correct given the cars miraculous preservation. There are correct radiator hoses, the big Cobra air cleaner covers two rebuilt 4-barrel carburetors, and even the finned valve covers are those that were on it when it left the factory. The C6 3-speed automatic transmission shifts cleanly and spins the original 3.50 Traction-Lok 9-inch rear end. Theres factory-applied red oxide primer on the solid floors, a reproduction exhaust system, and those lovely Kelsey-Hayes wheels with F60-15 Firestone Polyglas GT tires. Documentation is obviously extensive, including manuals, books, a Marti Report (showing this is one of only eight equipped this way), restoration receipts, and more. This is an incredible find and a benchmark Shelby that deserves to be in the most respected Shelby collections in the country. Call today!
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Dont let the low-key look fool you, this is a clean little Mustang coupe that includes a smooth 289, unusual and attractive Acapulco Blue paint, and enough upgrades to make you want to drive it every day. With Mustangs in the spotlight at every show, even coupes are seeing nice gains, so if youve been wanting an affordable vintage pony, this might be a great opportunity. The bright blue paint on this handsome coupe looks very much like code D Acapulco blue, which was a somewhat rare color in 1967, but given how it looks you have to wonder why. Its not a powder blue, but rather a strong metallic that seems to change as you walk around it and the light moves across the panels. Its definitely got a pleasing shine thanks to two-stage urethane paint, and since its already a few years old, you dont have to worry about being the first one to put a scratch on it. And we especially like the way theyve kept it simple: no stripes, no fake GT equipment, no vinyl top. The lowered stance is enough to make the coupe look aggressive without being over-done. Some nice chrome, polished stainless, and a classic Mustang grille all add to the well-maintained vibe of this coupe. The standard black interior is also how this car was specd originally and it looks quite nice today. Lots of fairly recent equipment and correctly detailed seat covers and door panels give it a very inviting air inside. Newer carpets and weather seals make it feel solid and quiet inside and heavy rubber Mustang floor mats help keep it tidy. Options include an under-dash A/C unit as well as an AM/FM/iPod stereo in the original radios spot, with modern speakers throughout the passenger compartment. Original gauges are in decent shape and a fat wood-rimmed steering wheel seems like the right choice in a vintage Mustang. The back seat looks completely untouched and the trunk is trimmed with a correct plaid mat. Theres every reason to believe this is the original C-code 289 cubic inch V8 living under the hood. Its quite stock save for a few chrome dress-up pieces, and has that eager, bubbly feeling that made these torquey, small-displacement engines so popular. Ford Blue is on the block while reproduction decals were used to add authenticity. The giant A/C compressor suggests that the A/C was installed at the dealer or early in this cars life and the Optmia battery ensures that it fires up every single time without worries. Backed by a C4 3-speed automatic transmission and tall gears inside the pumpkin, its a superlative cruiser that feels quick but doesnt get too busy on the highway. Racy-sounding glasspack mufflers make the most of the 289s output and the undercarriage is surprisingly clean and well-kept. New parts include the gas tank, shocks, and exhaust system, and power steering is a welcome option. Attractive styled steel wheels are an inch bigger than stock and carry fat 235/60/15 front and 245/60/15 rear performance radials. Simple, fun, and easy to maintain, early Mustangs are popular for a lot of very good reasons. If youve been looking for a value-priced Mustang with no excuses, this is it. Call today!
Youve always wanted a Mustang, but the old tech and dated handling dont really appeal to you. Well, guess again, because this bright orange 5.0-powered 1967 Ford Mustang convertible hits all the right notes without destroying the original cars soul. You dont need a big block or racing stripes to have a lot of fun in a Mustang ragtop. The fire-breathing V8 muscle that we expect today is a legend created by a select few, but with the addition of a modern fuel-injected powerplant, this vintage ragtop can run with the nastiest hardware of the 60s. With a bright orange paint job, it sure looks the part of first-class summertime fun, especially with the addition of the subtle Shelby-style hood and nose, complete with fog lights in the grille. The bodywork is quite straight, and it sure looks like this car has lived all its life without experiencing the misery of winter weather, although its worth noting that the front fenders are new. It also features a blacked-out tail panel that looks very cool plus sequential taillights that make for an awesome show on the roll. Youll also be pleased to show this one off, because a few subtle changes like the shaved emblems and bullet-style mirrors give it a racy look without going over-the-top. It just looks right. The handsome black interior has a few liberties taken, but youll appreciate them the moment you put the top down in the sun. Bright Orange accents have been added to the door panels and the steering column has been painted to match, so theres some relief from the all-black look. The door panels also feature bright aluminum inserts to match the dash, a nice dress-up touch. The seats are stock wearing reproduction seat covers, the carpets are in very good condition, and an upscale wood-rimmed steering wheel warms things up a bit. Even the standard models got a pretty complete array of gauges, although this one has fresh Auto Meter dials neatly installed in the original gauges spots. The stereo is a modern AM/FM/CD unit that sounds great for top-down cruising. Theres also a brand new black power convertible top and a neatly upholstered trunk with rear-mounted battery. For years, the 5.0, has been a mainstay of Mustang performance. This same engine worked well in late-model Mustangs, and with the wonders of fuel injection, this one runs better than any carbureted V8 could. The hardware should look familiar and the installation is very professionally done, looking like it was built this way by the factory. All the original electronics are in place, so it starts instantly and idles properly, hot or cold, and you already know the wide, flat torque curve that the long-runner intake manifold creates. A serpentine belt drive system and a big aluminum radiator enhance reliability, and this car is fitted with power steering, so its easy to handle. The original C4 3-speed automatic transmission doesnt mind the 5.0s torque and makes this ragtop feel quick around town, and its enhanced by the 8.8-inch rear end from a T-Bird Turbo Coupe, which has 3.73 gears and disc brakes. Nice! Long-tube headers feed a Flowmaster dual exhaust system, so this vintage pony sounds every bit like a modern 5.0, something everyone loves. Clean floors, a new gas tank, and fresh shocks make a great impression underneath. It sits on 18-inch aluminum wheels complete with staggered 235/40/18 front and 275/35/18 rear performance radials. Find out what most Mustang owners already knew: the 5.0 is always a great choice, especially in a vintage Mustang ragtop. Call today!
Just in time for cruising the byways to check out the fall colors with the roof down. The Mustang was a hit when they were introduced because they were sporty and fun to drive. They still are. This one is fun to listen to also as you let the 289 under the hood rev up a bit as you roll on the throttle. All the more reason to take it out and play with it. Doesnt everyone have the urge for a little red convertible somewhere along the way. Maybe when you see one driving by and wish it could be you driving it? This one is a good one with crisp clean body lines and glossy paint that catches the light along those lines and reflects it back out nicely as you drive down the street. Under the front edge of that long hood is the familiar galloping Pony in the center of a black grill that is trimmed in chrome and underlined by a simple chrome bumper. When the white convertible top is down, there is a nice parchment colored boot that matches the interior to cover it up and keep the look clean. A Mustang badge appears on the front fender and Mustang is in script along the back edge of the trunk. Under that are those iconic triple taillights trimmed in chrome and underlined by another sharp looking chrome bumper with a couple of chrome exhaust tips peeking out from underneath. Open the door, or just look inside if the top is down, and you will find a Parchment colored interior that is the perfect compliment to the Red paint. The door panel itself cuts a line that mimics the accent line down the side of the car. The bucket seats have pleated centers with smooth bolsters and has chromed framework for the folding back. Have a seat and reach out for the beautiful wooden deep dish three-spoke steering wheel with a galloping Mustang center button. Just in front of it is a stock dash that is in great condition with a black upper section holding gauges trimmed nicely in chrome. There are two big round gauges with the speedo on the left and oil pressure and voltage on the right as well as smaller fuel and engine gauges in the upper corners. A parchment colored lower section holds an AM/FM Cassette deck for your listening pleasure and the T-handle shifter for the automatic transmission is mounted on the center tunnel. Pop the hood on this car and you will find a 289 V8 that is arguably the most desirable motor to have in an early Mustang nestled down in a neat and clean engine bay. It is topped by a chrome air filter assembly and there are finned aluminum valve covers. The engine iron is painted Ford Blue while red spark plug wires and distributor cap looks like they were color coordinated for the car and fresh belts and hoses and radiator keep things turning and running cool. Power flows back through a three-speed automatic transmission to the rear wheels mounted on leaf springs while coil springs and power steering handle things at the front. The rubber meets the road through 205/70R14 tires mounted on polished steel wheels with Mustang center caps. Have some fun this fall, and the rest of the year too, with this little Red convertible. Come on down and check it out. You might just decide that you should take it home with you.
List of Items for 67 Mustangengine1. 302 cid, aprox 350 hp. Aprox 26,000 miles2. Keith Black pistons, heads top decked.3. World Castings Windsor Jr. 52cc heads4. Lunati sportsman H-Beam super racing rods.5. Edelbrock Performer 289 intake manifold6. Comp Cam valve adj Hyd, gross valve lift intake .509 exhaust .512, duration at .006 tappet lift intake 268 exhaust 280. These specs are for cam installed at 106 intake centerline duration at .050 intake 224 exhaust 230, lobe lift intake .3190 exhaust .3200, lobe separation 110.07. MSD ignition with adjustable timing control8. Holly 450 carb9. Edelbrock valve covers and air cleanerSteering, brakes and tires1. Total Control Products power rack and pinion, KRC 200000 power steering pump2. Total Control Products coil over kit w/ adjustable shocks, sub frame connector kit and shock tower bracket kit.3. 1974 ford disc brakes with slotted and drilled rotors.4. 116x8 Magnum 500 wheels w/ Eagle HP 225 50R16 tires.Other1. Custom paint 74 Cobalt blue with white pearl and flake.2. Custom cloth interior3. Alpine stereo, Rockford Fosgate Punch subwoofer, Alpine PDX-5 4 channel + mono power amplifier.4. C-4 trans5. 8 inch rear differential with 373 gears.6. Setrab trans oil cooler.7. New in 2003 22 gal fuel tank. This car has been garaged since rebuild in 2003, never driven in winter conditions nor salted roads. Second owner
A 1,400 man-hour rotisserie Resto Mod buildup transformed this 1967 Ford Mustang into a multiple award-winning magazine cover car that has appeared in Modified Mustangs and Fords and Mustang Magazine. Its many Best of Show awards are highlighted by prizes won at the Mustang Club of America National Show and Lark Bragg shows. The car is a consistent head turner thanks to its Eleanor body features and PPG Red Fire base coat/clear coat, Silver Super Snake stripes and polished alloy wheels, drawing viewers in to its Deluxe Mustang interior featuring ProCar seats with G-Force 4-point harnesses, a billet gauge bezel housing AutoMeter gauges and Classic Air climate control. Jack Roush Racing supplied the car's Shelby aluminum FE 468 CI engine, installing 10:1 pistons, Edelbrock aluminum heads and intake, a roller cam and fuel injection to achieve ratings of 500 HP and 550 lb-ft of torque. Power rack and pinion steering, McLeod hydraulic clutch, Tremec TKO 600 5-speed and G-Bar 4-link Fab 9-inch rear end with 3.70 gears complete the drivetrain, and roadholding is handled by Total Control coilover suspension and ABS electric power disc brakes using Wilwood 13-inch rotors. MartiAutoWorks report, Autographs by Jack Roush and the late great Carroll Shelby are special touches on this crowd-pleasing Mustang.
With equal parts premium and performance, this restored 1967 Ford Mustang is a crisp representation of true vintage style. The color of this coupe makes it the perfect standout. A first-generation Mustang dressed in red is iconic, but when you render it in a deeper shade of its Vintage Burgundy, it gets extra attention when hanging out with the other classics. Youll notice this factory-correct color looks particularly good because the mileage (13,624) represents since this car received a full frame-off restoration. But its more than just the paint that is a standout. Mirror-like chrome bumpers and trim give this an upscale look. And the black vinyl roof and Deluxe hood with integrated turn signals really drive the premium point home. Plus, the 15-inch Mag wheels add to the shine while also showing a sporty side. If you like the way the black vinyl roof looks against the burgundy, then youll love the deep black interior. This looks nice as the seats, door panels, carpeting, headliner, and dash pad all look like they received the right attention. But this isnt a full sea of darkness. The deep red floor mats coordinate with the exterior. Plus, theres plenty of brightwork on the original style dash and door panels. And speaking of original, this one feels authentic right down to the details like the correct trunk mat and AM radio thats still cranking out the tunes. The engine bay looks great with the bold blue block, shining air topper, Mustang valve covers, and an overall tidy setup. But as you dig deeper, you also see the right components like the additional electric pusher fan to keep this 289 V8 running like a restored pony car should. As you look at the undercarriage photos, youll not only spot fresher components, but also long tube headers with a performance X-pipe dual exhaust. It gives this V8 an extra hit of power and a sweet rumble. If this mix of power and new components seems to make for an ideal cruiser, then youll also love the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and front disc brakes. This is the iconic pony car thats finished for an attention-grabbing and high-quality presentation. So if you like your classics to be a cut-above, call today!
Call Austin 863-226-8590 1967 Ford Mustang Factory A Code Built to AACA Standards Award Winner 289 CID V8 4 Bar Engine C-4 Automatic Transmission 3.00 Rear Axle Factory Power Steering Sold New in San Jose, CA Complete Ground up Restoration Original West Coast Auto Factory Am Radio Factory Remote Driver Side Mirror Original and Correct Factory Smog and Equipment Engine Bay Detailed to AACA Standards Simulated Factory Mag Wheel Covers 4 New Radial White Wall Tires (Period Correct) Finished in Correct Interior Correct Black Vinyl Top All Chrome & Stainless Redone to Show Standards New Body Side C Stripe New Correct Mustang Floor Mats Correct Trunk Detail with Mat & Tire Cover Factory Mustang Decoder Sheet Financing available-up to 7 years, as low as 6.0%! Call Austin 863-226-8590
This project started as a rust-free car. The body was completely media-blasted inside and out. A roll bar, subframe connectors and additional bracing were added. Shelby fiberglass panels were hand-fitted, including lower brake scoops and cooling ducts. It has all-new seam sealing, epoxy primer, and Spies Hecker paint inside and out. The underside was sprayed with epoxy bed liner for scratch resistance and noise-deadening. All brightwork was rechromed. The interior was completely seam sealed, painted, and every square inch has Dynamat. A factory-style air conditioning system was added, as well as a modern stereo system. The custom leather interior features a new Classic Instruments panel, all-new tinted glass and new suede headliner. The engine is a 427ci Smeding small-block Ford EFI crate engine mated to a new TJO 5-speed manual transmission built for the power of this engine. It was dyno-tested at 610 horsepower and 600 ft/lbs of torque. It's equipped with ceramic-coated exhaust, coilover front suspension with 4-link coil suspension in the back, rack & pinon steering, 9" Ford rear and Wilwood disc brakes. It rides on Foose wheels and BFGoodrich tires. Restored to the absolute highest standards with superb fit and finish, this Fastback has taken numerous awards.
For sale in our Nashville showroom is a 1967 Ford Mustang! This 1967 Mustang for sale is looking sharp all dressed up in her red paint with white racing stripes. Adding to the red of this car is red vinyl and carpet in the interior and under the hood is where your friend will start seeing red as nestled in the narrow valley between the shock towers is a Ford 390 Cubic inch FE Big block power plant! Now I could have used the term engine or maybe Mill perhaps, but Power plant works best with 390 FE Ford. Sitting on top of this torque monster is a Holley 4 barrel Carburetor to keep the energy fed to the thirst FE and giving you the instant throttle response that we all love. Backing this combo is the hardy C6 3 speed automatic transmission to give you tire shredding launches and still keep the rpms low on the interstate. This S code 1967 Mustang for sale was well equipped with it left the factory 51 Years ago, some of the options that stand out are Air conditioning and power steering! This classic pony car was one of the first to usher in the small car, big engine idea that helped a lot of us fall in love with cars. This little 67 Mustang for sale has one more added bonus, the owner states that it has an incredible low, 56,786 miles on it! If I had purchased this car in 1967, I would have added that number to the odometer before heading home with the car. If you have always wanted one of these original sleepers, now is your chance, do not pass it by as S Code 1967 s don t pop up for sale everyday.Options for this 1967 Mustang for sale include: Air Condition ( currently not blowing cold ) AM/FM Cd player, Power steering, Vinyl interior and American Racing 5 spoke rims. For more information call the Nashville showroom at 615-213-1800 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/NSH/833/1967-Ford-Mustang
Gateway Classic Cars is proud to present this sharp example of a 1967 Ford Mustang Coupe! The Ford Mustang was introduced unto the world on April 17th, 1964. The Mustang, conceptualized from the already popular Ford Falcon, provided the American working-class with a chance to own a modest sports car with a modest price tag, all without sacrificing overall enjoyment or amenities. Shortly after beginning production in mid-1964, the Mustang underwent extreme body modifications every couple of years, the first small tweak is seen here with this 1967. The 1967 and 1968 models were elongated by a few inches, with modifications to the car taking place in the front nose, as well as the sharpening of the body lines along the sides, while the rear taillight panel would now present itself with an indention, rather than a protrusion. Smaller, underpowered 8-cylinder motors were now offered with larger displacement than the first two production years, as well as more horsepower, and more amenities. Propelling this beautiful 1967 Ford Mustang forward is a healthy 302 cubic inch small block hooked up to a 4-speed manual transmission providing you full control between gears and allowing the driver the opportunity enjoy the cruise. As you are cruising along, turn on the AM/FM radio or enjoy your favorite cassette-tape as the Jensen speakers help you reminisce, while tearing up some back roads! The black vinyl interior is in great shape and has held up well with minimal wear and the bucket seat will keep you in control even while speeding down those back curvy roads. You can view this 1967 Ford Mustang in greater detail including HD pictures and an HD video of it running and driving at Gatewayclassiccars.com. If you are interested in purchasing this vehicle or have more questions regarding it, please call us at (817)-310-9400 or email us at Dallas@gatewayclassiccars.com.
For sale at Gateway Classic Cars in our St. Louis showroom is a very special piece of not only American racing history, but also worldwide racing history. It was in the Shelby Heritage Center in Las Vegas Nevada the last two years on display. This is the first Shelby-built FIA Group II, SCCA Trans Am Series Competition Mustang Coupe. VIN 7R01A164680. This is the first car built (of the 26 total Road Race Competition Coupes), Produced at the LAX, Shelby California Facility. Ordered/Purchased by George Kirksey (Associated Press/Houston, Texas, Professional Sportswriter, Shareholder of the Houston Astro Baseball Franchise, responsible for bringing Major League Baseball to Houston, Executive Promoter and amateur Porsche 911 SCA Club Race Car Driver). Partnered with Carroll Shelby and Freddie Van Beuren Sr. (Wealthy Businessman from Mexico) to purchase the very first, Shelby Competition Coupe, to compete in the 1967 SCCA Trans-Am/A-Sedan Championship. Purchased for the sum of $5,500 plus a $150 delivery charge. Delivered, sorted and used as a mule test car for the remaining 25 cars Shelby would build in 1967 by Chuck Cantwell and Jerry Titus prior to delivery at the Willow Springs, California Race Track (historical notes from Cantwell and Titus are available in the historical document files), to Sebring International Raceway for the second race (of the eleven-race series) of the 1967 Trans-Am Season (finished 41st/51 laps/Differential failure). Kirksey and VanBeuren Sr. named their Race Team Effort dos caballos (two horsemen). VanBeuren Sr. also owned a 65 Shelby Mustang GT350 R-Model that his son Freddie VanBeuren Jr. raced in SCCA B-Production and the 1967 12 Hour race at Sebring, International Raceway, Sebring, FL. The Dos Caballos Team Logo was 2 Ford Mustang-style running horses. Hired drivers for 1967 included; Freddie VanBeuren Jr., Paul Jett, Don Sesslar, Allan Moffat, Crew Chief; Clell Thorpe (Former Shelby Crew Chief that won 31 races for Shelby American in 1966). See; The George Kirksey Story, Bringing Major League Baseball to Houston by Cambell B. Tichener, ISBN0990156557. 7R01A164680 was professionally (and amateur raced) throughout the 1967 Race Season in SCCA Trans-Am and A-Sedan. The car sported number 2,7, and number 8. The paint scheme evolved throughout the year from basic Shelby White to having Day-Glow Orange lower front valance panel, Red and White American Flag Stripes over the roof, Red & Green LeMans Striped signifying the VanBeuren Mexican Heritage and an American Flag on the rear quarter panels signifying Kirkseys American roots patriotism. The SCCA Trans-Am Race History for 1967; Sebring Trans-Am, finished 41st/Differential Failure. Green Valley Trans-Am; Started 2nd/finished 8th. Lime Rock Trans-Am; started 10/Finished 26th. Mid-Ohio Trans-Am; Started 4th/Finished 13th. Bryar Trans-Am; DNS. Marlboro Trans-Am; DNS. Continental Divide Trans-Am; DNS. Crows Landing Trans-Am; Started 8th/finished 7th (best Professional Finish for the car and the team). Riverside Trans-Am; Started/Finished 31st. Stardust Trans-Am; Started/Finished 21st. Kent Washington Trans-Am; DNS. The SCCA Trans-Am race history for 1968; Sebring Trans-Am; Started 9th/Finished 20th. Amateur History; Driven by Allan Moffat as car number 2 in the June 25, 1967 SCCA National Event known as the Glen Challenge for Manufacturers at Watkins Glen, Watkins Glen, New York, sat in the pole with a track record, set fastest lap and led every lap to WIN. This stellar performance by Moffat led to a professional seat in the Bud Moore-prepared Mercury Cougar as a factory funded driver/team member to Parnelli Jones, Dan Gurney and Peter Revson. Driven again by Moffat at the Paul Revere 250, Daytona International Raceway, Daytona, Florida on the 3.81 Mile Permanent Road Course for an 11th Place Finish. Sponsored by Amalie Racing Motor Oil with an $8,000 cash and all lubricants provided no charge, DOW Winterset Anti-Freeze and Coolant, LA Roase Racing Engines and tires were furnished No-Charge by Firestone Racing. Raced in 1968 by Freddie VanBeuren, sponsored by Shelby DE Mexico and the Bunny Boutique, raced as car Number 78. Sold late in 1968 to a Texas Physician, Dr. Vince Collins and his partners Larry Wilson, Bill Funderbunk and Bill Lawrence. Driving duties were provided by Clooins and Wilson. Raced at the 1970 Daytona 24 Hour event by Collins/Wilson as Number 83, Started 27th/Finished 40th (and was running at the end of the 24 hours). Raced at the 1970 Sebring 12-hour event by Collins/Wilson, Car number 37, Finished 24th/68 cars entered (and was running at the end of the 12 hours). Sold to Neylett (Neil) Potter, Sebring, Florida, March 23,1970. Potter ran both Professional and Amateur Events with 7R01A164680. Painted like a Tiger with orange and black stripes, named the Orange Blossom Special at Sebring in 1971 with sponsorship from the Florida Orange Growers and c0-driven by Bob Gray, Terry Keller and Len Magnor, Car number 46, finished 49th/57 starters/DNF at the finish. Raced at the 1972 Sebring 12 Hour Event with Neil Potter, Oran Ansley and Bill Hood as drivers, car number 46, Finished 34/61 cars entered/DNF. Also raced by Potter in Regional and National SCCA A-Sedan races during his ownership. This is a rare opportunity to own a very special Shelby. Dont hesitate to call us at 618-271-3000, email email@example.com, or stop by our St. Louis showroom for a closer look.
Gateway Classic Cars of Louisville is proud to present this 1967 Ford Mustang S code. After such a successful launch many were surprised that only after 2 years ford would do its first major redesign of the car that turned the auto world upside down. It would be longer and wider, but the wheel base would remain the same. The biggest news yet was the addition of the 390 to the already huge engine line up. This would be the first big block to go into a Mustang making these S code ponies highly desirable. This beauty has gone through a frame off restoration and looks as good as any on the market. The blue paint is slick and shows extremely well. The white racing stripes show this car means business and gives the car that classic pony car look. Those magnum 500 wheels look great on the car and were the right choice for this build. The GT package was a hot option for these cars with over 24000 opting for the sportier look and of course the dual exhaust. Under the hood is the 390 320 HP engine that made these cars so popular. This beauty ahs the rare option of AC, something not commonly found on these 390 cars as they were more intended for the enthusiast than your every day driver. Backed by the C6 transmission this big block pony car is as simple as dropping it in drive and hitting the gas. Inside you will see a nicely done interior that is period correct and looks like it came right out of 1967. The black buckets upfront have the center console coming in between them and reminding you what a true pony car should be. Housing the automatic shifter this car can be driven with ease and confidence by anyone who wishes to do so. The pony car market seems to be on fire again with these true big block cars finally bringing the money they have always deserved. If you are looking for great car with big block power and a lot of the options that make driving these cars a pleasure no matter what the weather is then 67 S code coupe is the car for you. Options on this 1967 Ford Mustang S code include, AC, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Vinyl Interior, Seat Belts, and Magnum Wheels wrapped in Radial Tires. This 1967 Ford Mustang C code bucket is for sale in our Louisville Showroom and can be seen in greater detail including 100+ HD pictures and an HD Video at www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For additional information please call our knowledgeable staff at (812)294-1555 or email us at Louisville@GatewayClassicCars.com. If you would like to see it in person, come to our Louisville Showroom located at 13576 Blue Lick Rd., Memphis, IN 47143. http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/LOU/1738/1967-Ford-Mustang-Coupe
This GT-500 is 1 of only 5 that were ever created. Backed up with a MARTI report, this Shelby GT-500 has a dealer installed 427 side oiler. This rare Mustang had a complete rotisserie restoration completed on it and is as good as the day it drove off of the showroom floor! All of the stampings down to the Kelsey Hayes rims and steering wheel are correct for the era and is truly amazing to see a piece of automotive history preserved as well as this one has. The 427 side oiler has always been one of the most sought after of Ford engines for their high performance and racing pedigree. The Shelby GT-500 was the most powerful Mustang created in 1967 and was created in very limited quantities overall. This engine configuration from the factory was expected to make over 450 horsepower and the numbers were typically under rated. The look of the late sixties Mustang fastbacks are timeless. The swooping lines and sharp edges are unforgettable. This iconic American muscle car is not just a pretty face though. The car runs and drives very well and feels like endless amounts of power. As you drive along it is hard not to get caught up in the nostalgia while gripping the wood grain steering wheel and are looking into the faces of each Shelby gauge then looking to your right and seeing Carroll Shelby s signature on the glove box is the icing on the cake! This piece of history is well documented and in superb shape. No matter if you plan on using at just a show piece or to drive occasionally you are surely to be the only one in your group with the same car. This vehicle is located in our Denver showroom. You can view this 1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT-500 in greater detail including HD pictures and an HD video of it running and driving at Gatewayclassiccars.com. If you are interested in purchasing this vehicle or have more questions regarding it please call us at (303) 872-4722 or email us at Denver@gatewayclassiccars.com. http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/DEN/207/1967-Ford-Mustang-Shelby-GT500
Gateway Classic Cars of Atlanta proudly presents a 1967 Ford Eleanor Mustang. Everybody knows the real star of the last Gone in 60 Seconds movie was the car. This Mustang pays tribute to the star of the movie, and this car is an excellent performer. Under the peper gray Dupont paint, this Eleanor rides great and has disc brakes at all four corners. Under the hood, things get real serious with a professionally built 351W based engine. Total cubic displacement comes in at a whopping 427 inches! The engine was built by Unique Performance systems with Edlelbrock Victor Jr. heads. The 427 is mated to a 5-speed manual transmission that sends the power to a rock-solid Ford 9-inch rear end. With Disc brakes at all four corners, this stallion can be slowed down from those excessive speeds that this car is capable of. Inside the interior is all business. Keeping the car enjoyable while driving is an AM/FM radio with a CD player to listen to your favorite tunes. This car is so cool that Carroll Shelby signed it in 2 different places. I bet Nic Cage would have loved the endorsement of Carroll in his movie car! Options for this 1967 Ford Eleanor Mustang includes; AM/FM Radio with CD Player , Power Brakes, , Seat Belts, and Aftermarket Aluminum Wheels with 17 inch performance radial tires. Don t miss out on this Movie Icon, this 1967 Ford Eleanor Mustang can be seen including 100+ HD pictures and video at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional information please call 678-894-4833 or email Atlanta@gatewayclassiccars.com. See more at: http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/ATL/624/1967-Ford-Mustang-Shelby-GT500
For sale in our Atlanta showroom is this 1967 Ford Mustang GTA. Wait until you see this 2 owner GTA! 1967 was the only year for the GTA, which was a GT with an automatic transmission. They were available in coupe, fastback or convertible and they powered by a 289 CID or 390 CID engine. This coupe is powered by the 289 CID motor with a rebuilt 3-speed automatic transmission that barely has 10,000 miles on it. It was repainted 30 years ago and still looks pretty darn good. It is equipped with AC, AM/FM cassette, power steering and power brakes, leather interior, and radial tires. It also has front disc brakes. It s ready for a new home. Come and see it for yourself and take it home today. To view the car in greater detail, including 100+ HD photos and HD video, please visit www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For more information please call the Atlanta showroom at 678-894-4833 or e-mail us at Atlanta@GatewayClassicCars.com. See more at: http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/ATL/784/1967-Ford-Mustang
For sale in our Dallas-Ft. Worth showroom is a 1967 Ford Mustang. With a quick look at this 1967 Mustang, with its light blue body, white hardtop, and white striping, anyone can see that this is a killer example of an American icon. 1967 saw the first redesign of Ford s massively successful pony car. The body was enlarged, while keeping the same wheelbase, allowing for big block engine offerings, front and rear end styling was more pronounced and aggressive, and instrument panel offered a thicker crash pad, and larger gauges. The body styles were carried over from the previous year, offering hardtop, fastback, and convertible options. Along with the light blue and white two tone exterior, this Mustang features a matching light blue interior as well. A 289 CID V8 can be found under the hood powering this pony, and that power is fed through an automatic transmission. All of these factors put together add up to a car that not only looks amazing, but drives as good as it looks too. To view this 1967 Ford Mustang in greater detail, including 100+ HD photos and HD video, please visit: www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For more information please call the Dallas/Fort Worth Showroom at 817-310-9400 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gateway Classic Cars is proud to present this quintessential example of a 1967 Ford Mustang Coupe! The Ford Mustang was introduced unto the world on April 17th, 1964. The Mustang, conceptualized from the already popular Ford Falcon, provided the American working-class with a chance to own a modest sports car with a modest price tag, all without sacrificing overall enjoyment or amenities. Shortly after beginning production in mid-1964, the Mustang underwent extreme body modifications every couple of years, the first small tweak is seen here with this 1967. The 1967 and 1968 models were elongated by a few inches, with modifications to the car taking place in the front nose, as well as the sharpening of the body lines along the sides, while the rear taillight panel would now present itself with an indention, rather than a protrusion. Smaller, underpowered 8 cylinder motors were now offered with larger displacement than the first two production years, as well as more horsepower, and more amenities (such as back up lights). Upon decoding the VIN and datacode plate, we find that this particular C-Code 1967 (original 289cid v8 2bbl) was birthed in the San Jose plant before being shipped to Seattle for sale. An additional comfort that we find in this decoding of the Mustang is that this 1967 was Candy Apple Red from the factory, as well as adorned with black buckets, making her trim-code matching and very period-correct. For more information and to view dozens of HD pictures and a video of it running and driving, please visit www.GATEWAYCLASSICCARS.com and dial (708) 444-4488. See more at: http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/CHI/1459/1967-Ford-Mustang
Gateway Classic Cars is proud to present this gorgeous 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback. Upon its official debut in 1965, the Ford Mustang was Fords most successful launch since the Model A. This iconic machine essentially created the term Pony Car and has been influencing the sports-car market ever since its birth. The Mustangs release took the entire automotive industry by storm. It was only anticipated that Ford would sell less than 100,000 Mustangs upon its arrival into the automotive world. Boy were they wrong! Ford produced over 1 million Mustangs within the first 18 months of its production due to the enormous demand. This meticulously maintained Mustang is sporting a beautiful metallic Warp Blue paint job that is sure to turn heads wherever you decide to take this Pony. The inside is a very clean, two-tone blue vinyl interior that is equipped with the bucket seats and some additional gauges which sets off this Mustang perfectly. This Mustang has more than enough power to get your motors going. It is equipped with a period correct, 390 CID V8 that has just 3,400 miles since being rebuilt and provides a very satisfying rumble as soon as you start this beautiful Pony. This potent V8 is matted to a Top Loader 4-Speed manual transmission that was also professionally rebuilt and effortlessly glides through the gears allowing this Mustang to reach cruising speeds with ease but is still able to launch like a rocket. The Mustang rests comfortably on a set of Mustang wheels with a set of Dunlop radial tires. This pretty Pony also comes with an AM/FM Radio, Power Steering, vinyl interior, and Seat Belts for safety. For information on this stunning 1967 Ford Mustang including over 100 HD photos and video please visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or call (313) 982- 3100 to speak with one of our friendly and knowledgeable staff.
For sale in our Tampa showroom is this awesome 1967 Ford Mustang Convertible. This Mustang was purchased as a shell and professionally painted. The engine is a 289 V8 with Edelbrock aluminum head and intake with a Holley 4 barrel carburetor. Tri-y headers and duel exhaust were added to really make this thing purr. The rear end is 3.50 ford nine inch with Yukon Posi. All the go with no slow is no good so this mustang has power disk brakes and is easy to turn with power steering. Don t fear being in a warm climate as this Mustang also has A/C. Other options include an automatic convertible top, radial tires, aluminum vintage wheel works wheels, spare tire and jack. Before the candy apple red was laid down on the vehicle all the rusty panels were replaced including doors, fenders, hood, deck lid, floors and trunk area. The restoration process has taken five years. It has a new black convertible top. Additional styling was added by Shelby style hood, deck lid, and wheels. The classic red and black looks is completed with the brand-new black interior. This is a very clean example of what a 1967 Ford Mustang Convertible can be. To see 100+ HD pictures and videos of this 1967 Ford Mustang, please visit GatewayClassicCars.com. For more information or to schedule an appointment to view this vehicle in person, please call the Tampa showroom at (813)645-6200 or email us directly at Tampa@GatewayClassicCars.com.