This vehicle is located in our San Carlos California Showroom (650) 326-1000.
At the top of the list for collectors and mustang aficionados will always be the fastback body style.It is one of those designs that has endured the test of time and taken its place as a classic.
This resto-modMustangs aggressive stance and setup will definitely make you give it a second glance.As-is, this is a great driver with many performance modifications.However, it could also be considered a great starting point for someone wishing to take it even further.This one started its life as a stock 289 C.I. V8 with 225 horspower, but now features an modified and rebuilt 289 with plenty of additional power.Someof thenotable improvements include hardened axels, solid lifters, high compression pistons, real Shelby roll bar, 9 inch rear end, and over-sized rear drum brake with an adjuster near the shifter.
Ford's success had caught other companies unprepared in 1964, but now they were poised to catch up. Mercury introduced its fancy version of the Mustang--the more luxurious Cougar--in 1967. Chevrolet, which had made little effort to respond to the Mustang through its dying Corvair, chose to create the entirely new Camaro for 1967, with Pontiac's sister act Firebird following six months later.
The 1967 Mustang received a jazzy new body, a wider track for better road grip, a more diverse range of engines and a longer options list. The Mustang was completely redesigned for 1967. It was longer and wider, but it did have the same 108 inch wheelbase of its predecessor. The grille opening was enlarged for a decidedly meaner look, while the rear taillight panel was concave.
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**1:6 Crane Rolls Rockers
Aluminum Stud Girdles**