1967 Ford Mustang Fastback
Sold for (£): 42,900
Offered for sale is a 4.7L 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback V8 automatic that has been with the current owner for the last 7 years. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores an impressive 107 / 135.
Classic Car Auctions says:
A seriously cool, 'Individual', 1967 Mustang 289 V8 Fastback...
CCA Condition Report
Finished in Porsche Leinen Silver with Porsche Steingrau grey strips. 18 coats of primer, paint and laquer. All new Chrome bumpers, trim, handles and mirror.
All Carpet and car mats were replaced with new and the car was soundproofed with fatmat. The seats were refurbished and headliner replaced. A new dash, steering wheel and hump hugger was introduced. Alpine MP3 player with Alpine tweeters, mids and subwoofer.
The engine is a 289 with C4 transmission. It has a Edelbrook 4 barrel card with automatic choke. All accessories were replaced with new. Radiator has been uprated and includes a electric fan. Power Steering, Power Brakes, Chromed Alternator, Electric washer bottle, JBA headers with full JBA stainless exhaust system re routed through the reinforced sills for side exit. Uprated Battery.
Chassis was strengthed to route the exhaust system through the sills. All new suspension front and rear and lowered by 1inch for better handling. All bushes were replaced with polyurethane, new bearings allround, along with brakes. The wheels were reconditioned to include polished rims and centers painted the same colour as the body stripes.
All electrics were replaced with including a whole new main harness. Rear lights and brake lights are LED, with clear glass lights in the front. Led Indicators all round.
The car was imported to the UK from USA in 1970 hence the J plate registration on a 1967 car. I have all the paperwork and most of the receipts from the refurbishment. Also a copy of the magazine the car has featured in.
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