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For Sale: 1967 Ford Mustang in Ft Worth, Texas

Vehicle Description

Mustang fans, let us be the first to assure you that any resemblance between this incredibly cool 1967 Ford Mustang fastback and the famous one used by Steve McQueen in "Bullitt" is purely intentional. Complete with a fuel-injected, built-up 390 cubic inch V8, a quick-shifting 4-speed manual, elegant Highland Green paint, and those famous 'Old Style' 5-spoke wheels, this recently restored stunner has the look that everyone loves. Sure, it may be a year early and a few tasty liberties were taken here and there, but everything that went into the build of this beautiful monster would've undoubtedly been McQueen approved.

This Mustang is serious. It's nasty, it's fast, and it pulls no punches in any regard. It's beautiful in every way that a car can be and the sheetmetal looks stretched over the frame so tightly that you know there's not an ounce of fat on it anywhere. And that's a good thing because dark paint like the Highland Green Metallic keeps no secrets and the sheetmetal on this car is super straight and super sharp. The finish is top driver quality, borderline show, although there are a few very minor imperfections that might keep it from dominating the field, so they warrant to be mentioned here. An aggressive big block hood with a giant scoop was added up front, and it matches the air scoops in the rear pillars and quarters, and the Shelby-style T-Bird taillights and sporty aluminum gas cap out back continue the punctuated looks. Part Shelby Eleanor, part McQueen Bullitt, and part GT500 and the result is a fastback unlike any that we've ever had the privilege to feature. Gray racing stripes were painted down the center of the body and in between the wheels at the bottom portion of the car, and although they're dark, smokey, and subtle, the effect is slick as can be and they do a great job breaking up all that green. Doors fit right, the tall hood sits right, and the deck lid blends seamlessly into the fastback profile to give it a beautiful, uninterrupted curve. There's some bright trim that shines beautifully, just enough to highlight the fastback's most delicious details, but the grille has been properly blacked out and all the emblems removed, just like the movie car. Chrome bumpers fore and sparkle blindingly and we love the way the dual exhaust pokes out from underneath the lower valance out back - offering any recently vanquished challengers plenty to remember the car by as it quickly accelerates away.

The all-black interior is every bit as wonderfully restored, with crisp, well-detailed seat covers on the Mach 1-style buckets, a wood-rimmed 3-spoke steering wheel, and a cue-ball topped Hurst shifter sticking out of the center console. If you can touch it, it's probably new, including the carpets and door panels, and basic black was the original choice so that's what went in during the restoration that was completed just 495 miles ago. The aluminum instrument panel and updated digital/analog gauges are crisp and brightly rendered, focused on the speedometer and tach with auxiliary gauges above, and that '60s-style font on their faces has been recently enshrined in late-model Mustangs to provide a tie to the past. Other upgrades include cold factory A/C with modern hardware and R134a refrigerant, so you know that's blowing ice cold, and although there's no radio (Bullitt cars never had amenities, all they do is slow you down) one could easily be added in the factory dash slot. The black vinyl rear seat has probably never been used, and it folds down and offers plenty of storage space. Out back, the trunk is surprisingly spacious and although it's largely unfinished, its bare pans shine plenty of light on how solid the sheetmetal on this fastback really is.

The engine is a built-up, very potent 390 cubic inch V8, rebuilt less than 500 miles ago and detailed to a very high, ready-to-show-off standard. The '67 Mustangs were redesigned just so this engine would fit between the shock towers and the performance is definitely worth the effort. With bottomless reserves of torque and instant throttle response from the Holley Sniper EFI system and ignition, it's almost impossible to resist putting your foot on the floor. Ford Blue paint covers the block and heads, along with finned valve covers and a chrome air cleaner that add a dash of dress-up. High-end details range from the shock tower brace that stiffens the body, polished pulleys for all the accessories (including the modern compressor and alternator), and a big aluminum radiator with dual electric fans that keep the whole show running cool. The quick-shifting 4-speed feels robust and can easily handle all that big block power, spinning a custom driveshaft into the heavy-duty 9-inch rear end with a highway-friendly 3.25 POSI gears inside. A custom H-pipe dual exhaust with Flowmaster mufflers give it a wonderful cackle and the chassis is upgraded with custom reinforcement that stiffen the body, subframe connectors, sway bars, traction bars, and power front disc brakes, and power steering, so it certainly runs like Steve's car and then some. US Mag wheels with black spokes and polished lips are a modern updated on the Torque Thrust 'Old Styles' that the '68 Bullitt first made famous, and they're wrapped in big 215/65/15 front and 235/60/15 rear BFGoodrich white-letter radials that ensure great handling.

A lot of Mustangs are more hype than substance, but this incredible Bullitt Tribute fastback allows you to relive a great movie moment as well as own a fantastic Mustang. Barely broken-in and brutally fast, Steve McQueen would be proud of this beauty. Call today!

Vehicle Details

  • 1967 Ford Mustang
  • Listing ID:CC-1491830
  • Price:$99,995
  • Location:Ft Worth, Texas
  • Year:1967
  • Make:Ford
  • Model:Mustang
  • Exterior Color:Highland Green Metallic
  • Interior Color:Black
  • Transmission:Manual
  • Odometer:495
  • Stock Number:4816-DFW
  • VIN:7T02C232505
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