An affordable 1967 Ford Mustang coupe is already quite tempting. But when it has an upgraded V8, slick paint, and a great GTA appearance, then you realize you've found the perfect classic that's available right now.
The paint is what first grabs your attention. There have been plenty of investments in restoring this coupe, and so it's factory-correct Clearwater Aqua paint has a beautiful modern clearcoat glow. And the way the light evenly rolls across the well-creased sheetmetal tells you someone took their time with this body. Rivaling this for shine is all the brightwork, including the mirror-like chrome bumpers and all that new stainless trim. And while this has a very bright personality, there is also a nice dose of beastly performance with the GT fog lights in the grille, black triple rocker stripes, and GTA badging. Plus, we love the premium touches like correct styled steel wheels and the turn signals integrated into the deluxe hood.
A pristine black interior always looks good on a first-generation Mustang. And you can tell there was a ton invested to give you a great combination of vintage and modern. For example, you open the door to the classic deluxe door panels that have a crisp armrest and the stainless trim that's looking near-perfect. And as you peek inside, you see more modern the high-back bucket seats with superior bolstering. In-between is an armrest center console with cup holders. You get a grippy, three-spoke steering wheel, and beyond that the '67 Mustang's upgraded dash looks terrific with its full black and brightwork presentation. And while the radio has a retro knob-style appearance, this is an AM/FM/cassette stereo with digital tuner to give you access to more modern music in this very vintage ride.
Under the hood, the Cobra valve covers and Monte Carlo bar show you the unmistakable look of a powerful big blue oval motor. And while the air topper says this is a 289 cubic-inch V8, you actually have a 302ci engine living in the engine bay. Not only is it a larger displacement, but also this motor is quite fresh all around with less than 3,500 miles on it since it was rebuilt. And while they were working on this, they also added performance goodies like an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock aluminum intake, upgraded pulleys, and long tube headers that feed a rumbling dual exhaust. The C4 three-speed automatic transmission was rebuilt about 500 miles ago, and so it's up to the task of handling all this extra power. Plus, with front disc brakes and the grip of BF Goodrich T/As, you've got a firm grip on this powerful coupe.
You can see there have been big investments to make this a classic that looks great and has plenty of V8 muscle. So when it's also priced so well, you know you need to hurry on this deal. Call today!!!