1967 Ford Mustang Lot of new parts including Drive Belt timed at
time of attachment New hose on power steering pump Valve cover
gaskets Fuel pump Plugs Air filter Fuel filter Breather Fuel Lines
Premium Hood Hinges Battery 3yr warranty as of 02SEP21 Interior is
80-90% rebuilt beautifully The good: Car is absolutely beautiful,
in great condition for the year of this vehicle. Custom paint job,
she definitely turns a lot of heads. As soon as you bring this car
home I promise you'll get a LOT of compliments and conversations.
Runs and drives, has a lot of power. Fishtails and barks the tires
coming off a stop sign. Sounds amazing. Feels great to drive. The
hood scoop is completely optional. It's fake. I prefer it without,
but to each their own. The bad: Could be seen as good or bad, the
engine was swapped by the previous owner. It has a 302 from a 1993
Foxbody mustang, with a few mods done to the engine including an
ignition mod. I was TOLD it has roughly 400HP, but I can't say for
sure. It does have a lot of power though. Problems with the car:
Passenger rear window crank falls off Brakes work but need replaced
Drip rails have rust. Only rust I've noticed on the car. Turn
signals dont work Needs a new brake switch. I have the part but I
don't know how to install. Window seal is falling off on the
drivers side, super easy fix with some glue. The locks on the car
don't currently work, and the drivers door is permanently locked at
the moment. Might have to remove door panel to fix the lock. The
biggest issue with the vehicle was the pulley system was a little
rednecked together, however I bought an entire brand new pulley
system for this engine, I just haven't installed it yet. I have a
lot of parts for the vehicle as well that you can install yourself
and complete the majority of the vehicle including the pulley
system and the brake switch, as well as a few cosmetic pieces. I
have 3 sets of keys for the vehicle including the dogtag with the
1967 Ford Mustang
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