Gateway Classic Cars of Atlanta proudly presents a Tribute 1967
Ford Eleanor Mustang. This Mustang pays tribute to the extreme,
backed by the Rousch-Yates engine rated at 900-hp down-tuned to
750-hp, backed with the dyno sheet. To say this car is a great
performer, may be an under statement. The owner states he had this
car built for road racing, and decided against taking her further
into the abyss cost wise. Under the gray paint and black interior,
this Eleanor rides great and has Brembo disc brakes at all four
corners. The 358 cu in. engine is mated to a 6-speed manual
transmission that sends the power to a rock-solid Ford 9-inch rear
end with 3:58 gears. With Disc brakes at all four corners, this
stallion can be slowed down from those excessive speeds that this
car is capable of. Inside the interior is all business. Keeping the
car enjoyable while driving is an AM/FM radio with a CD player to
listen to your favorite tunes. Options for this 1967 Ford Eleanor
Mustang includes; A/C, AM/FM Radio with CD Player , Power Steering,
Seat Belts, along with PSE Engineering [who produced the wheels for
the Eleanor] custom made the aluminum wheels with 17 inch
performance radial tires. Don't miss out on this Movie Icon, this
1967 Ford Eleanor Mustang can be seen including 100+ HD pictures
and video at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional information
please call 678-894-4833 or email [email protected]
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