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1967 Ford Mustang Coupe


C-Code 289ci V8

Automatic Transmission

Power Steering

Manual Drum Brakes

Gorgeous Original Floor Pans

This Wonderful 1967 Ford Mustang is a great solid car, but is in need of some cosmetic love. Although it appears rough around the edges, it is a good strong foundation to start a restoration project or could be driven as-is! This car runs and drives great in it's current condition and is a complete car.

The Exterior is straight and all gaps look good. No exterior rust or bubbling is seen, however some filler was detected on the passenger B-pillar but upon further inspection the sheet metal underneath looks to be solid. The floors still have their original Red Oxide which cleans easily, see the pic! The only trouble spots of rust seen are on the inner fenders under the hood, but are a rather simple area to repair. The windshield shows a few small rock chips but otherwise all glass is good, and all window mechanisms work good. Lights, wipers, and heater are also completely operational.

The Interior looks pretty good, the main areas needing attention are the front seat upholstery shows some light tears, but the foam pads feel good. The carpet shows it's age and the dash pad shows light warpage from sun exposure but no cracking is visible. Besides that, really just some typical wear to interior trim and panels is seen which is expected for it's age. 

The Engine is a C-code 289ci V8 which still is fed through a 2BBL Carb. Currently the engine starts quickly and comes to a smooth idle rather nicely. Transmission shifts smooth and this car is actually quite nice of a driver. 

The Chassis actually appears to be in good shape. We cleaned a section of the floor pan (shown in pics) to show the condition of the underside. Little-No rust is seen in the common areas and the chassis is very solid. New rear Leaf Springs and Shocks were recently installed.

The Rims are nice aluminum mags (Very close in looks to WELD racing rims) and have Front 195/60R15 & Rear 235/60R15 Tires mounted. Tires have good tread and all hold air but do show weather checking from age and some edgewear damage to rear tires, so tires are recommended before much street use.

If interested give us a call @ (360) 863-2241

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