Rarely do you get to find a classic pony car that's also a
survivor. But this 1967 Ford Mustang is so original, we even
believe the A-code V8 is from the factory. So you're looking at a
standout coupe for quite a nice price.
Burnt Amber is this Mustang's original color, and today the hue represents 1967 perfectly. This sets up for a head-turning appearance because so many of these Mustangs have traded in their roots for wild new colors. But this one goes in the opposite direction, and in fact, it's believed to be the original paint that the San Jose factory applied in January 1967. That's what makes this one so exciting. The presentation is not perfect, but don't be surprised if this is the one to draw the true enthusiasts at events. After all, while many pony cars have gone through plenty of changes over the decades, this one has a half-century under good care that has kept this coupe complete, bright, and exceptionally straight - right down to the styled steel wheels with the Mustang logo in the middle.
One of the best colors to go with the golden hue exterior is the parchment interior. Just like the exterior, we're hard pressed to find anything that didn't come directly from the factory. Careful maintenance means the seats, dash, and door panels remain complete. The right details are still in place like the deluxe steering wheel; the heat/defrost sliders still work; and even the factory AM radio is still cranking out tunes. The revised '67 gauge panel still shows large and clear readouts, so this survivor is also easy to enjoy out on the road.
Lift hood for more great originality. It's a correct 289 cubic-inch V8 that has resisted any shiny add-ons. Instead, you get the correct bold blue presentation of the block, valve covers, and air topper. While the preserved presentation means most people will never even have to ask if its original, the date code on this V8 puts it so close that it's hard to imagine any other V8 ever being in this engine bay. Plus, this one has the optional and desirable A-code 289, and it still wears a Holley four-barrel carb today! Because this is a cared for survivor, the V8 fires up easily and feels smooth out on the road. Plus, with three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and front disc brakes, this is a great cruiser.
You're looking at the perfect time capsule that can be easily shown off everywhere. The only real unbelievable part about this Mustang is its affordable price. Don't miss out, call today!!!
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