1967 Ford Mustang

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289Ci V8 rebuilt in 1997

3-Speed Automatic Transmission

Ford Motorsports Black Air Breather

Ford Motorsports Valve Covers

Quad Exhaust Tips

Craigar Chromed Wheels
W/ Super Trac Tires

Spare Tire & Cover

Trunk Mat

A/C  changed to 134

Mustang Floor Mats

JVC HD Radio

Infinity 6X9 Speakers

Front Disc Brakes
W/ New Calipers , Rotors & Wheel Bearings done in 2016

New Waterpump, Thermostat, Belts, Hoses
Air Filter, Oil Filter & Fuel Filter

New Neutral Safety Switch

Replaced Heater Core

Black Bucket Seats

No Center Console

Front & Rear Seat Belts

New Starter

Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is pleased to showcase this 1967 Ford Mustang. Mustangs are like no other cars, they have their own style . This one has been kept to its original concept. Featured in black paint with nice chrome and polished accents all around, it is just a head turner. 1967 was a year of firsts for the Mustang. It was the first year for in dash air conditioning. Also in 67, Ford offered front power disc brakes. The engine compartment has its upgrades such as Ford Motorsports valve covers and air cleaner, it is clean and detailed as well as the trunk that sports a vintage mat , spare tire and spare tire cover. From inspecting the car we can tell it has been restored a while back, and that includes a change of color and new interior and engine parts as well as some suspension parts. The dash , steering wheel and column appear to be original, as for the seats, door panels and headliner appear to be replaced at the time of the restoration. The entertainment system has been upgraded with a JVC hd FM/AM/CD radio and a pair of Infinity 6X9 rear mounted speaker that make this car sound better than new. For added safety this mustang come equipped with front & rear seat belts, and the power disc brakes sure make a big difference rather than just non powered or drum brakes. Come visit our showroom and check this Mustang out for yourself and many other great classics .

The paint on the Mustang is driver quality. It's presentable from 20 feet. It just has some cracking and chips here and there. There is no sign of rust on the body. The 289 was rebuilt in 1997 at a cost of $7800. There are just under 24,000 miles on the engine since that rebuild.




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