Finished in Springtime Yellow with a black power top and black
deluxe interior. At 320hp, the 390ci Holley carbureted V8 was the
most powerful of the Mustang engine options, not including Shelby
Mustangs, and debuted to compete against the Camaro SS 396.
Transmission options included the "all new" Select-Shift
Cruise-O-Matic, for which the "A" in the GTA badge refers to. 1967
was the only year for the GTA, which was the GT option selected
with an automatic transmission. Total production of luxury
convertibles in all engine variations for 1967 was only 4,848. This
particular car is one of those in that handful. The Marti Report
documents it as 1 of 1 in its particular form. Factory options
include GT equipment group, courtesy light group, luggage rack,
rocker panel moldings, console, deluxe steering wheel, power
steering, AM 8-track Stereo, Exterior Decor group, Interior Decor
group, tinted glass, and styled steel wheels. This is an extremely
high-optioned Mustang. It previously received a professional
rotisserie restoration with attention to detail and authenticity.
The full restoration can be confirmed by the extensive
documentation that includes a binder of all original receipts plus
another binder of all judging results, "which were all near
perfect," from all Regional and National MCA meets and yet another
binder of original documentation and decoding of VIN number and
Trim Tags including the original Marti Report to confirm its
authenticity and provenance. It is not only referred to as one of
the best but judged one of the best by numerous Mustang Club of
1967 Ford Mustang
Location:Las Vegas, Nevada
Exterior Color:SPRINGTIME YELLOW
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