This 1967 Mustang convertible has undergone a complete rotisserie restoration. A photo book documenting the restoration goes with the car. It's equipped with a 289 C.I. engine, 2 barrel carb and bored .030 over stock. The engine runs well and is mated with an upgraded C4 automatic transmission. The fuel lines, brake lines and suspension components were replaced (including KYB gas shocks on all four corners and 15" Cragar wheels). The beautiful Dark Moss Green paint and saddle tan interior are a stunning combination. The convertible top and interior are in near-flawless condition, as is the exterior body and paint. Although this classic Mustang is not a factory GT, it has a GT-style exhaust installed. The Mustang also has new Classic Auto Air conditioning running R134a Freon. The AC unit is controlled through the factory air/heater controls and blows through the original vents for a concours look. The Mustang comes with the original license plate, original build sheet, copy of original title, original Fender Tag and original owner's manual. The vehicle starts right up and runs perfectly. This beautiful 1967 Mustang convertible is priced to sell at $33,900! The car is located in Florida....
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