1967 Ford Mustang
Given that the 21st century has seen a sort of return to the roots aspect for the Mustang, it was probably only a matter of time before the Boss 302 made a return. Over the last few years there's been steady and growing interest in the concept of a new-age Trans Am Special.
Jim Clarke led the charge with the creation of the 5.0 HO V8 for the Mustang in 1982 and was responsible for the continuous improvement of the 5.0 throughout the '80s. What Jim and his team accomplished is truly amazing.
Classic Car Overview
This 1967 Mustang was a complete rotisserie restoration with less than 100 miles since completion. The car has excellent paint and bodywork, solid mechanicals and was built using a real S code convertible! It’s a blast to drive and come with power steering, power brakes, a power top, and AC. Cruise it, show it, or just look at it! It’s versatile and a great Ford to experience.
The car has excellent paint and bodywork over a professionally installed body kit. The fit and finish professional in quality, and the paint was color sanded to remove excessive orange peel prior to buffing. The stripes are buried under the clear, and the Mustang has a resounding “slick” look. All the trim and chrome are new, as is all the rubber as well.
The car is a killer cruiser and features a Mustang II front end with coil over shocks and an easy steering power rack. That’s right, no old sloppy steering boxes here. This Mustang has a tight and confident feeling front end without all the play. You’ll find a quick stopping set of power disc brakes on all four corners hiding behind American Racing 17” wheels. The tires are 255/40/17 up front and 275/40/17 in the rear which gives this Mustang a ton more grip than they ever did from the factory. Outback you’ll find new springs and the tried and true Ford 9” rear end.
Before we talk about the engine, it’s hard to miss that pristine engine compartment that’s been nicely body worked and has excellent paint as well. The killer engine is an extra torquey 390 FE engine. Air and fuel are mixed in the Edelbrock carb, and then flow through the Edelbrock intake before entering the engine. Spark comes from an MSD Blaster II and the distributor is a Unilite. The crisp side exhaust note comes via a Magnaflow exhaust system that lets you hear the motor rip without pissing off the neighbors.
In the interior, you’ll find a custom console with custom buckets and a rear seat to match. Additional reference gauges reside in the console which matches the Classic Instruments gauges in the dash. All of the soft parts are new, and the dash and door panels were done in the “Deluxe” configuration with killer aluminum trim. Accommodating drivers of all sizes is a tilt wheel and mounted to that is a classic Moto Lita wood wheel. Providing extra rollover protection is a steel roll bar which looks sporty when you drop that convertible top which is power by the way.
For the Mustang enthusiast looking for a killer modified classic, this convertible will turn heads and provide thrills for whoever the drivers choose to take along.
Classic Car ID101054386
CategoryMuscle & Pony Cars
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