1967 Ford Mustang
289 4bbl. V8 - Performer 289 aluminum intake, 4bbl. carburetor
C4 3-Speed Automatic Transmission
Custom Dual Exhaust & Headers
Power Front Disc Brakes
Vintage Burgundy Color
2-Tone White & Burgundy Interior
Remote Driver's Mirror
Auxilary Box for stereo underdash
AM Pushbutton Original Radio
16-Inch Aluminum Alloy Wheels - 225/50R16 & 205/55R16 radials
Fly High or Fly Low, many of our photos of this custom 1967 Ford Mustang Coupe were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum. Be sure to visit our friends at the historic Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. Mustang for 1967 enjoyed a complete restyle with a wider, low appearance. Vertical tail lights appeared while the front grille and side scoops were redesigned. This car has been restored in its correct Vintage Burgundy color and white Shelby-style stripes have been added along with custom 16" aluminum alloy wheels.
The paint and body is in good condition. There are some paint flaws and chip touch-ups. The bumper chrome is worn on the lower edges, front and rear. The driver's mirror is also pitted. The tires are older on this car and some some dry cracking. I would recommend replacing all of them in the near future. The tires are sized front to back at 225/50R16s & 205/55R16s The interior is largely stock. The upholstery has been restored in an attractive 2-tone configuration while the dash and gauges are correct and in great shape. The factory AM pushbutton radio is also in place while there is an underdash box to mount a later stereo. LED interior courtesy lights have also been installed.
Under the hood is the strong running 289 4bbl. V8. This car was originally equipped with the 2bbl. 289. Induction has been increased via an Edelbrock aluminum intake & 4bbl. carburetor while the exhaust breathes easy through headers and dual pipes (sounds excellent, be sure to play the video). The engine is nicely detailed with chromed valve covers and matching breather. Accessories include power steering and power front disc brakes. Further inspection of the engine compartment reveal original sheetmetal throughout the firewall, inner fenders, and core support. The undercarriage photos are shown above. The floor pans and torque boxes appear solid throughout as does the subframe. The door undersides are also solid along with the rocker panels.