This 1967 Mustang GT Fastback, S code/390 V8 big block engine, 4-speed manual transmission was built in San Jose, California, on January 25, 1967. It has since undergone a two-year rotisserie, nut and bolt, inside-out restoration and is an MCA Gold winning car.
Closed Crankcase Emission system
GT Equipment group
Four-speed manual transmission
Limited Slip Differential
F70-14 Wide Oval tires
Deluxe steering wheel
Sport Deck rear seat
Exterior Decor group
Interior Decor group
Deluxe seat belts
Heavy Duty battery
Styled Steel wheels
Drive train, suspension, fuel and electrical:
Engine with roller cam and hardened valve seats
Rebuilt transmission with new bearing and synchros
Rebuilt rear differential with a new ring gear, pinion and bearings and limited slip clutch plates Restored radiator
Rebuilt power steering pump
Rebuilt power steering cylinder and control valve
Transverse mounted muffler
All of the following have been replaced with N.O.S: Upper and lower control arms, ball joints and tie rod ends.
New concourse quality reproductions:
New wiring stem to stern
New backup light
New turn signal mechanism
Reproduction Autolite battery and the list goes on.
New production parts:
Clutch and pressure plate
Shoes front and rear
New concourse correct molded carpet
Refurbished original instrument cluster
Refurbished original fiberglass panels and proper working fold-down rear seat
Refurbished side air vents
This is a rotisserie restoration with only minor repairs. A dented frame rail and a few noncorrect accessory mounting holes welded up. Absolutely no cancerous rust anywhere. New primer and paint all around with proper re-creation of factory transition of transmission tunnel black to undercarriage rusty/brown.
Tires and Wheels:
Five new Scott Drake Styled Steel Wheels and five new Coker Tire Firestone F70-14 Wide Oval Tire.
Engine compartment and trunk have proper decals and trunk has N.O.S. jack, handle and spare mounting stud and wing nut.
For the Mustang enthusiast looking to buy a very nicely restored car, this 1967 S Code is hard to beat.