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1967 Ford Mustang 390 Convertible
Garage Kept Motors is pleased to present a rare first generation Mustang drop-top for consideration. This 1967 Ford Mustang 390 Convertible is originally from Atlanta, Georgia, purchased new by a Delta Airlines Pilot. Note the stickers still displayed in the front windshield. The car went from Georgia to Florida and then to the General Manager of Russ Milne Ford in Detroit, MI. The car was in storage for 20 years before our client acquired it several years ago. There is no accident damage and no rust repair done or needed on any surface.
Two years ago, the car was repainted the factory original Lime Gold paint. The original white top was replaced with a brand new black one with real rear glass. The Ivory Gold interior is 100-percent original and untouched. Shows very well for its age. The car also has the original side moldings and original tinted glass. Bumpers were re-chromed when the body was resprayed. The fit and finish on this car is very nice, and the color combination brings you back to when a Mustang was really a Mustang. Drop the power convertible top and really feel the nostalgia. However, what really sets this car apart though, are the options and the motor.
This Mustang is powered by the original, numbers matching S-Code 390ci/320hp 4bbl V8 engine mated to a floor shifted C-6 Cruise-O-Matic automatic transmission with a factory 9-inch rear end. The car fires on command and runs smooth. No issues whatsoever. And now the options, straight off the Marti Report: Selectaire Air Conditioning, Courtesy Light Group, Rocker Panel Moulding, Center Console, Deluxe Steering Wheel, Power Disc Brakes, Power Steering, Deluxe Seat Belts, AM Radio, and Interior/Exterior Decor Group. You will not find many with these options and this powerplant.
Actually, this is one of 421 Mustang Convertibles to have a Big Block Motor and Air Conditioning. Super rare car. It has been preserved with great care and at the price we are asking, will surely appreciate in value for years to come. Have fun with your investment! Be sure to check out all the photos and video on our main website: Garage Kept Motors. Call if interested or e-mail with any questions. Thank you for looking.
Data Plate Decoder:
7 - Year: 1967
T - Assembly Plant: Metuchen, NJ
03 - Series: Mustang Convertible
S - Engine: 390-4V
118239 - Production Sequence
76B - Body: Mustang Convertible
I - Color: Lime Gold
6G - Trim: Ivory Gold w/ Bucket Seats
03K - Build Schedule: October 3, 1966
(actually built on October 13, 1966 - 10 days behind schedule)
21 - D.S.O.: Atlanta, GA
1 - Axle: 3.00 Standard Ratio
U - Transmission: C6 Select Shift Cruise-O-Matic