1967 Ford Mustang GT Fastback (1st Edition)

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  • Make
  • Ford
  • Model
  • Ford Mustang
  • Mileage
  • 3,755
  • VIN
  • 7F02S130175
  • Title Status
  • Clean
  • Location
  • Tuscumbia, AL
  • Engine
  • 6.4L V8
  • Drivetrain
  • Rear-wheel drive
  • Transmission
  • Manual Transmission (MT)
  • Body Style
  • Coupe
  • Exterior Color
  • Black
  • Interior Color
  • Red
  • Seller Type
  • Private Seller
1967 Ford Mustang GT Fastback | Reserve Auction

3 Owners | 3,755 Miles ODO

Matching Numbers (Dearborn, MI) | 1st Edition of Mustang Fastback

Clean Vehicle History | Marti Report Available

Engine: 390cid 4V V8 320HP S Code

4-Speed Manual Transmission w/ Original Gear Shifter

Two-Wheel Drive | Rear Wheel Drive | Laser Straight

Colors: Raven Black Exterior / Crimson Vinyl Interior (less than 500 of 24,000 made with this specific color combination)

Get-Off: Zero to 60 in 7.5 seconds

Top Speed: 115 MPH

Total Produced: 24,079

Original Price: $2,592.00

VEHICLE FEATURES

Leather Front Seats (After Market) | Still has Original Fire Wall Sticker
Tilt Away Steering (New to Model) | Grill Mount Fog Lamps (GT)
Dual Exhaust w/ Chrome Quad Outlets (GT Package)
GT Gas Cap | Rocker Paint Stripes
Power Windows | Power Locks (Both Aftermarket)
Power Disk Breaks | AM/FM Radio
Center Console | Folding Rear Seat (New to this Model)
Deluxe Seat Belts | Dual Rear Window Pain

History of the 1967 Mustang GT Fastback: "1967 represented the first redesign for Mustang. The front grille kept the running pony in the corral, but vertical and horizontal bars returned, and the grille opening was enlarged. The side scoops, though non-functional, were designed as two smaller scoops with inlets and were painted the body color. Despite the body style change, coupes, fastbacks, and convertibles were still offered, but the fastback in 1967 extended fully to the rear, giving the car a beefier look than the shorter fastbacks used in 1965 and 1966.

The 1967 Mustang appears larger (two and a half inches wider and a half inch taller) if not more aggressive. A majority of the restyling occurs below the belt-line (except of course for the fastback, which has the roofline taper to the edge of the rear deck). Wider track, deeper grille with a rectangular mesh insert, more prominent side sculpting and a stepped deck lid with concave taillights are only a few of the year's styling changes.

320-horsepower, 390 cid Holley carbureted V8 is the most powerful of the block options (not including Shelby Mustangs). The 390 cid V8 accommodates three available transmissions." -- From Schnack.com
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