This one is only for the collectors, car lovers, and drivers.
You're looking at an exceptional 1967 Ford Mustang that has been
restored to the kind of high degree that will send your nostalgia
This coupe was born the iconic Wimbledon White, and a solid
investment in a professional respray means the paint shines
brighter than when it left the New Jersey factory over a
half-century ago. They even made sure the panels were the straight
and true before the first drop of paint went down. The result is
like porcelain on wheels. But as shiny as the paint is, it's no
match for stellar condition of the chrome on places like the
bumpers, grille, rocker panels, and the Mustang badging on the
fender. This one also doesn't miss out on the sporty details with
everything from the quad exhaust tips to the styled steel wheels
with bold blue pony center caps.
When we say they paid attention to the details, we really mean it.
So the little bit of blue on the wheel is a hint at what awaits you
inside. It looks like a deep ocean in there, as the factory-correct
two-tone light blue and dark blue are intertwined across the full
package. And just like the exterior, there has been an investment
here in total quality. The upholstery, door panels, headliner,
carpeting, sun visors, dash pad, and all other fundamentals
received attention during the restoration to make sure they are at
their best. It's a total package that really lets you enjoy what
makes the '67 car so special, like the revised dash with large and
clear gauges. Because this one is done for vintage loves, the AM
radio is still on display and this has factory air conditioning.
Both will need to be serviced to fully function again, but they
really add to the time capsule atmosphere. And when you open up the
trunk, not only is a clean look with a full-size spare, but even
the jack instructions are affixed to the bottom of the lid.
With the level of care that has gone into restoring this coupe
going so far, the show-ready condition of the 289 cubic-inch V8
shouldn't be a surprise. It seriously has been brought back to day
one status under the hood. You could nearly eat off the correct
blue on the engine block, valve covers, and air cleaner. Even the
decals appear correct. As you dig deeper, you'll even see major
components with a year-correct stamp, including the Autolite
carburetor. And don't forget to bring your mirror to the car shows
so that you can show off the freshness of the full undercarriage,
too. So prepare to win some awards just on the powertrain's
appearance alone. All this investment also makes for a confident
driving classic. And it's built to be enjoyed with easy driving
features, like a three-speed automatic transmission, power
steering, power brakes and new BF Goodrich tires.
The sale comes complete with the owner's manual, maintenance
records, and plenty of build receipts. This is an amazing
award-worthy total restoration that's ready for a true enthusiast.
So if you demand the best, call today!