1967 Ford MustangBy 1967 the Ford Mustang was already well on its way to the stardom we know it for today. Sales figures had been brisk for the car and it had no shortage of admirers among a public longing for a purpose-driven performer.
Featured here is a bright example of the styling and fit that has maintained the Mustang's enthusiastic market for all these years. This code correct Candy Apple Red 1967 standard bucket seat convertible is one of a mere 38,751 manufactured in 1967, as opposed to the 53,651 of the standard bucket seat Fastback, or the 325,853 of the standard bucket Hardtop.
This special example is an MCA Judged Division IV Driven Class award winner. This car has been recently restored and features rebuilt 289cid V8, rebuilt C-4 automatic transmission, power steering, power convertible top, Magnum 500 wheels, correct Raven Black interior, bucket seats, and includes the correct valve covers (not pictured).
This very handsome convertible will catch notice wherever you go%u2014racquet club, night club, or bridge club. The enthusiast with a high condition 1967 convertible on the short part of their shopping list should consider themselves free to recycle that line for some other purpose.