FOR SALE: 1967 Mustang, 289 V8, matching numbers
Here is a quick video of a start up and idle.
1967 Ford Mustang
C-4 Automatic Transmission
Power Steering, Drum Brakes
VIN# matches title / VIN# on front fender from factory
The paint is 14 years old but shows good as you can see in the
pictures....No bondo on this body ..........The Mustang starts right up and runs
well, driven once a week to keep her purring....The engine compartment,
trunk and underside are undercoated and have no rust ... C4 Automatic
transmission shifts well with no issues......All dash guages are in working
order......... The interior is clean and in good shape as pictures show
......... Mustang stops
well as it has newly rebuilt brakes and new springs ......Kragar Rims and
newer tires......... dual Exhaust
system rumbles deep .... It is a great driver a great investment.
Serious inquiries only!
My 1967 Mustang Coupe (Restomod)
After 40 years, this Mustang is being formally introduced
to the world.
The video itself says everything I could say about the car.
Upon review - the end of the video has a little fade-out glitch...sorry
67 Mustang Coupe (for sale)
1967 Ford Mustang Coupe
This Mustang is for sale on
eBay by Dallas Dream Cars. www.dallasdreamcars.net 972.910.9900
This 1967 Mustang Coupe is
painted a striking Dark Metallic Blue with a very nice finish. Interior is
all black. Body is very straight and underside looks excellent with very
clean rust free floorpans and underbody. This car has a plethora of go fast
goodies. The Ford small block engine is rebuilt (13,000 miles ago) with a
CHP 306 Street Fighter stroker kit. It has Edelbrock aluminum heads (EDL
6025) with 202/160 valves. An Edelbrock Cam (EDL 7122) 496/520 lift, and an
Edelbrock Performer RPM intake manifold (EDL 7121). All this is topped of
with a Demon 4bbl double squirter 650 cfm carburator. The dual Exhaust starts with full length headers
(Hedman), and finishes with Dynomax Race magnum mufflers to
give the engine a nice rumble. The transmission is a rebuilt C4 custom
transmission by Brandon Transmission in Florida, it has a nice shift kit,
operated via a Hurst V-Matic2 shifter, and a TCI torque converter with a
2800 rpm stall speed. Rear end is a Ford 9" with posi-traction and a 3.50
gear ratio. Ignition has been converted over to a DUI distributor from the
original points distributor.
This Mustang has a front
disc brake conversion with 4 piston calipers from Stainless Steel Brakes
Corporation. It is a factory A/C car with a hi performance aluminum rotary
compressor, and 4 core radiator, and a 6 blade flex fan. Tires on the car
look fairly new but have some curb rash on the white letters. Suspension
components were all replaced recently at Mid-cities Mustang. All mechanical systems on
the car appear to be in good or excellent condition.
1967 Mustang Restomod Buildup 5.0 Eleanor/Shelby Tribute "Shelbanor Coupe"
Here's what I've been up to for the last few months. Bought this coupe
last September with plans to "dress it up" a bit. It was built with only
one direction in mind...take all my favorite parts of the original Mustang, Shelby and Eleanor and put
them into one package that flows together. No concourse resto here. Its
built to drive and make me smile. Mission accomplished.
Took 3rd place in primer at the Mustangs Unlimited show. Took 2nd
Foxbody Mustang Notchback (LS1 swap - IRS equipped LX Coupe)
Built Ford tough... with Chevy stuff, lol... yup, a Camaro powered Mustang, lol. But anyway, this is old
school hot-rodding right here, check out Mark's badass little Notchback LX
Coupe, powered by a Camaro SS LS1 w/ 5.3 heads and
LS6 intake, Independent Rear Suspension from SVT Cobra Terminator, brakes
from 2000 Cobra R and other goodies from Maximum Motorsports, Kooks and
nedaCFilms / Mustang-Town
2014 w/ music from the YouTube Audio Library.
Day 1 The 1966 Mustang Coupe Restoration Project
Day 2 - How to read a Ford title... it's a 66 not a 65!
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A step by step process of a restoration of a 1966 Mustang Coupe, 289. Each video
(Day1, Day 2... etc.) will show you step by step of how we did it. If you
are interested in purchasing it at any phase please contact us.
We now are selling parts please visit our site to see what we have. If you
don't see it, it does not mean we do not have it, please ask us and we will
look for you.