1967 Ford Mustang

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289Cu. In. V8

3-Speed Automatic Transmission


Black Vinyl Powered Convertible Top

Original Wheels
W/Hankook 205/75/14 Tires

Chrome Valve Covers

Full Size Spare

Springtime Yellow Paint

Bucket Seats

Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this 1967 Ford Mustang, The Ford Mustang was born in 1964 and was introduced mid-year and was such a huge success it was described by Lee Iacocca as a Home Run. One of the most desirable features of early Mustangs was the 289 Cubic Inch V8 as seen in this fine example. The 289 not only delivered enough horsepower but was smooth and quiet and proved to be extremely dependable. The 1967 model year saw the first set of mild changes to the front and rear style of the car creating larger taillights and recessed headlamps giving this car a meaner and more muscle-car look. The classic Mustang style was retained due to popularity and has some of the most iconic looks of any classic cars today. In addition to the nice yellow paint, this 67 has a classic black interior that matches the new black convertible top. Much work has been done to this particular car to not only preserve the overall appearance but also to make it mechanically sound and keep with the original style. Options on car include AM radio, power convertible top and factory wheels, Drivetrain - 289ci V8 - 3-Speed Transmission - New Exhaust System - New Gas Tank - New Brake Lines - New Fuel Lines - Power Brakes - Power Steering - Replaced Radiator - New Shocks - New Top -New Chrome & Badges Overall this car looks and drives amazing! It's priced to sell. Check out this very nice 1966 Ford Mustang Convertible! This car looks and drive excellent! The paint on this car is in good condition, not great. It shows some imperfections here and there. The interior is in very nice condition. Now is your chance to get into a turn-key Mustang.

There is the one small section of bubbles in the paint. There are also some very tiny pin head sized specs on the front drivers fender and a bit of orange peel on the hood. These could more than likely be taken care of with a good color sanding.



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