This 1967 Mustang GT Fastback started life as an original Raven
Black with red interior S-code model with a 390ci big-block V8
engine and a 4-speed manual transmission. It received a
no-expense-spared rotisserie restoration by the father-son team of
M&R Restorations that was completed in December 2021. As a
result, the Mustang has laser-straight panels and expert gaps
showcasing the new Raven Black paint. Power comes from the
date-code-correct 390ci big-block Ford FE V8 engine, which was
completely rebuilt and is now fueled by a Holley Stealth electronic
fuel-injection system. The engine is mated to a brand-new TREMEC
TKX 5-speed manual transmission turning a date-code-correct Ford
9-inch rear end that has been slightly narrowed to help tuck those
big 255/60-15 BFGoodrich tires under the wheel wells. The
suspension and braking systems are custom-designed by M&R
Restorations. The front employs coilover struts that are
unnoticeable in the engine bay, while the rear uses heavy-duty
Eaton leaf springs. Braking comes from power-assisted large
4-piston Kelsey-Hayes calipers on the front and a Ford replica disc
on the rear. The electric power-assisted steering is hidden as
well. The completely restored Deluxe Red interior is done to match
the original color and features both consoles, a fold-down rear
seat and a modern digital radio that looks original. Modern Dakota
Digital gauges monitor engine vitals. The sale includes a Marti
1967 Ford Mustang GT
Exterior Color:RAVEN BLACK
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