The 1967 Ford Mustang Convertible has the right look, V8 power, and
plenty of driver-friendly upgrades. It all makes for a well-done
classic for the kind of person who knows that Saturday nights are
for the cruise-in.
That vibrant red is an upgrade later in life. That means a modern
clearcoat shine that gives this one added distinction in the
sunlight - exactly what you want on a sunshine-friendly
convertible. This is part of a solid investment within the last few
years all around this car. So as you look over the full package,
you'll start to see that this was made to be a great classic where
you can hop in on a whim. The solid feeling on the road mixed with
head-turning appeal makes for a very irresistible style. That's why
you have quality details like the bright chrome bumpers, good body
lines, and an attractive tan convertible top. And there's a hint of
sporty style everywhere front the side dual exhaust tips so the
classic Ansen Sprint polished wheels.
While the tan roof looks good against the red paint, the black
interior has a truly timeless sense of style. And you'll especially
like to show this with the top down because the interior was part
of this newer investment, too. So you have a fresh style on the
seats, door panels, and dash. And as a driver-friendly car, it's
nice to have bucket seats and crisp/clean gauges. And the upgraded
retro-style AM/FM digital tuner has the classic look but driver
modern driving music.
Just like the rest of the car, the engine bay continues a classic
look that also has the right upgrades. For example, you have the
classic and hardy 289 cubic-inch V8 dressed in blue. But now it has
been upgraded for added power with an Edelbrock four-barrel
carburetor and Edelbrock polished intake. You'll also spot good
supporting components, like an aluminum radiator and a dual master
cylinder. The V8 fires up readily as it makes a sweet tune out of
the newer dual exhaust. This one is built to give you a good feel
of the road, but there's a three-speed automatic transmission and
newer BF Goodrich T/As for smooth cruising.
This is a bright convertible with the right upgrades for style and
driving. It makes for an outstanding Mustang you need to get your
hands on. Call today!!!
1967 Ford Mustang
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