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1967 Mustang

$16,950

Factory Q-Code Brittany Blue
Factory C-Code 289 V8
Original Air Conditioning Car
Magnum 500 Wheels


Mustang Coupe's have been on a tear lately, kind of like everything else. Values are way up and still climbing. Finding a good driver without paying in the upper $20's is actually becoming an issue. If you want something in the $10k range you better own a trailer...a good budget...and an extensive tool kit.

This one fits in the 'project driver' category. The body is straight with some 'Patina'. The paint is older and a bit short on shine though an aggressive polish could bring some of its luster back. Obviously your are not going to polish the silver hood into Brittany Blue, so that's something. A repaint on this one would be relatively straight forward as there are no obvious signs of significant collision damage or body filler presenting themselves. The quarter panels and trunk floors are the originals thankfully. The floors have seen some replacement with reproduction panels, the repairs are sound. Frame rails look good and solid too.

Inside the interior shows some wear from time, but the seat upholstery is in good condition. The lower driver's seat frame has the typical crack which causes the seat to lean, which is an easy straight forward repair. The carpet isn't torn up as much as it is faded from time. Luckily, the Mustang interior components are extremely easy to source and are priced quite reasonably in the restoration parts world. 

Under the hood the 289 runs excellent. Unfortunately we didn't get any receipt documentation but it appears the engine was rebuilt. It fires up quickly and revs nicely. No smoke or valvetrain noises. The C4 goes into gear quickly and shifts nicely too.

This Coupe was originally equipped with Air Conditioning. The under-dash components appear to all be in place. The underhood pieces were removed but modern components from companies like Vintage Air offer kits that work with the original underdash components with the reliability of new modern systems.

The front suspension was reported rebuilt shortly before the car was stored in a dirt-floor carport. The components have some dirt, dust & grease on them but upon inspection the components are in good condition. 

So, there you go. An honest '67 Coupe in the super desirable Brittany Blue. It's solid and it runs well. You could be cruising this summer!









VIN: 7F01C114467
 
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.