All vehicle trades considered, including classics and performance. This beautiful 1967 Mustang combines sharp looks and reliable mechanicals into a very affordable package. It is a great way to enjoy cruising in a classic car without having to take out a second mortgage. The 1967 styling is one of the most popular of all the old Mustangs, and was the basis for the 2005 redesign. There is no mistaking this car for anything else! This example received a partial restoration ten years ago. This included some rust repairs and a repaint in Dark Moss Green. Chrome, moldings, and emblems were also redone. I think it's a very classy look, especially with the wire wheel covers and white line tires. The 200 cubic inch inline-6 engine was rebuilt and is mated to a C4 automatic transmission with a floor shifter. This is a perfect setup for easy and reliable cruising. The power steering has all been rebuilt and works great. The manual drum brakes have also been rebuilt and are plenty capable of stopping a light car like this. The Parchment interior is the perfect accent to the green exterior. Everything is stock appearing except for the modern JVC stereo (sounds great) and the wooden steering wheel (much nicer than the 1967 setup). All gauges work properly and the speedometer is accurate. The heater and defroster work good, as do the horn and wipers. Even the washer pedal works! This Mustang also includes a Marti report along with the original owner's manual, showing the car being sold new on May 24, 1967 to Ms. Jones of Moline, IL. Neat stuff. This is a very affordable way to get into one of the favorite cars of the 1960's without inheriting somebody's unfinished project. Take a look around this price range and I think you'll agree.