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1967 Mustang


Factory C-Code 289
Factory Wimbledon White
Factory Decor Interior
Factory Overhead Console
Rebuilt 289 V8
C4 Automatic Transmission

Power Steering
Wilwood Front Disc Brakes
15" Styled Steel Wheels

Nicely optioned, this '67 is what you wanted for a driver back in the 60's. Upgraded engine, Air Conditioning, sweet Decor Interior and Styled Steel Wheels.

This car underwent a restoration several years back then was daily driven before being parked 2 years ago. The previous owner estimates that he put about 3500 miles on the clock before putting it into storage. 

The Wimbledon White really works on this car. This one was built to be a driver, not a show car. The paint shines nicely and the chrome & bright trim are in nice condition. The body is very solid and appears to be rust free thanks in large part to being delivered new in the San Jose, California ordering district. Take a good look at the floors as they still wear much of their original Red Oxide paint.

Inside this one has the desirable Decor Interior Package. The package included both the floor console and the upper console both trimmed in brushed aluminum like the dash bezels and door panels. The instrument bezel, carpet, headliner and seat upholstery were all replaced. 

Under the hood the 289 was rebuilt and runs excellent. It still wears its original engine designation tag. Upgrades include MSD Billet Distributor and heavy duty ignition box. It is still equipped with a 2V carb and the factory exhaust manifolds. If fires up quite easily and runs very well. 

The factory brakes on this one were drum. They were upgraded with a set from Wilwood. While they are a manual set up they do stop easily. 

This car was originally equipped with Air Conditioning. The under-dash components appear to still be in place. The under-hood components, while not installed, are included with the car. 

Rolling stock consists of reproduction Styled Steel units with 215 65 15" Cooper Cobra tires.

VIN: 7R01C166834
For Washington State residents only, A documentary service fee in an amount up to $150 may be added to the purchase price or capitalized cost.

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