1967 Ford Mustang Notchback

Lot: 146

Sold for (£): 11,440
Offered for sale is a 4736L 1967 Ford Mustang Notchback automatic that has been with the current owner for the last 37 years. Coming with an extensive history file, this lot's condition scores 79 / 135.

Classic Car Auctions says:

This well sorted 1967 Mustang has been owned by the vendor since 1978 having bought it from the car's first owner, a British diplomat working in the USA. The diplomat used the car as his daily driver and then imported the car into the UK in 1972. The current owner has maintained this car to an exceptional standard, employing marque specialists to re-conditioned the automatic transmission, rebuild the engine, restore the bodywork and the interior, and a mere 30,000miles have been covered since 1978. This is an exceptionally rare opportunity to own a Ford Mustang that has one of the longest single UK ownerships of any Mustang we have seen to date, indeed of any imported 1960's car. The car is offered with a fresh MoT until November 2016.

Lot Details

Registration: LPE 96K RHD/LHD: Left Hand Drive
Year: 1967 Engine size: 4736L
Make: Ford Odometer reading (miles): 127700
Model: Mustang Notchback MOT expiry: 2016-11-05
Warranted: No Chassis number: 7T01C241621

Vendor Condition Report

Overall: 79 / 135


Bodywork: Glass:
Paint: Chrome:


Door-cards: Carpets:
Seating: Headlining:
Dashboard: Boot:


Seat covers replaced in 2002, using original standard materials.


Components: Starting:
Appearance: Running:


Engine rebuilt in 1988 at 110,500 miles by American Autoparts. Upgraded to use unleaded fuel in 2000, by James Car Specialists at 120,900.


Gears: Drive-shaft:


Auto box reconditioned by Steve Thompson Autos in 1987, at 107,500 miles

Running Gear

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Brakes: Wheels/Tyres:


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Vehicle History

About the Condition Report

A lot's condition report is compiled based on information provided to CCA by the vendor of the lot. CCA has no access to lots prior to a sale but does review its condition on the day of the sale. CCA strongly recommends viewing a lot prior to a sale as it cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information provided.
Poor Numerous faults / Extensive damage / Many missing parts / Project or donor car
Fair Basic condition / Requires attention mechanically & cosmetically / Some damage / Some missing parts
Good Every-day useable classic car / Driven & enjoyed / Commensurate with age & mileage / Drives and looks as it should / Some vehicle history
Very good Almost pristine / Mechanically & cosmetically sound / Driven only occasionally / Extensive vehicle history
Excellent Pristine / Original / Documented nut & bolt ground-up restoration / Stored professionally / Trailered only / Complete vehicle history