This 1967 Ford Mustang has a stylish look and the right investments
that makes it a terrific car for vintage cruising. And the value
price means your dream pony car is finally within reach.
The '67 Mustang is the kind of car that stays in demand. It was
when Ford acknowledged the sporty side of the coupe's feeling.
Receiving a touch of added aggression with the longer overhang in
front, a more sculpted rear, and a deeper groove of the C-channel
running down the side. But even with these changes, no one ever
mistakes it for anything but a true classic pony car. And this one
really respects its history. The burgundy paint has a good gloss
that shows off the classic lines. And you'll love the details, like
the bright re-chromed bumpers and correct wire wheel covers. It's
such a piece of Americana that this coupe was even under long-term
ownership of a woman who had a 1950s style car hop. So you can just
imagine this one parked out front under the neon on a Saturday
The two tone black and white interior is clean and complete. They
updated this car later in life to certainly make this look good out
in front of the car hop. And even more recently there were new
floor pans put in. The value price leaves room in your budget for
extra personalization. But it's already quite nice to have a
complete interior with the fundamentals done right. So it makes for
a car that really feels ready to run today.
Under the hood is a 200 cubic inch inline-six, which is the correct
spec for a T-code car like this. It has a great stock style, right
down to the correct Sports Sprint decal on the air grabber. More
than just look good, this coupe was sold from the car hop owner to
a professional mechanic. He's given it a tune up and a new exhaust.
So while we all know some pretty cool V8 that will fit under the
hood here, this one is already quite desirable for being a
strong/solid runner today. You even have good driving features like
a three-speed automatic transmission and good tread on those modern
Uniroyal Tiger Paw tires.
This is a cool classic that has a cool story, too. It was even sold
from the local Charlotte DSO, so it has a terrific local vibe. It
all makes for a classic that's desirable for more than just its
value price. Call now!
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