MARTI REPORT, CORRECT C7 390CI, ROTISSERIE RESTORED, 4 SPEED, FORD MUSCLE
There is a long list of desirable features in a first-generation Mustang. At the top are items like the fastback profile, an original 390 V8, manual transmission, and a deluxe hood. So when you find a finely restored example like this 1967 Ford Mustang GT, you know you have to act quickly on something so rare and special.
This car is even more striking in person. The investment in a high-quality rotisserie restoration in 2010 (and hardly any miles since then) has resulted in a red-blooded American hero. With such a thorough application of Candy Apple Red and such straight body panels, the impression is the paint flows over every one of the fastback's distinctive body curves like they liquefy the moment sunlight hits them. But the paint was far from the only major investment in this classic. Just look at all the chrome – the bumpers, rocker panels, and delicate trim – it's all straight and mirror-like. And the stylized steel wheels are even correct, confirmed by the included Marti Report on this GT. Plus, that cool deluxe hood with integrated turn signals is a piece everyone loves to see at the car shows. This has all the correct GT badging and triple rocker stripes. You might even have seen the interesting tail panel. This is believed to be part of an original dealer package that makes this rare and desirable GT even more unique.
The interior has been upgraded for a great luxury appearance and feeling that never loses its period-correct style. The restored red and white two tone is a great coordinating package to complement the exterior. The door panels, dash, and center console are a great combination of pristine materials and bright trim, and this makes for arguably the best looking interior of the original Mustangs. You feel the luxury the moment you slip behind the correct factory three-spoke steering wheel that has the rare tilt away column for easy entry and exit. From here you can really tell that there has been some nice work in restoring and maintaining this fastback along factory specs, right down to the correct gauge package with a large (and important) tach. But if you look closely, there are some nice subtle upgrades like the overhead console, factory style air conditioning, and an AM/FM stereo.
This is a true GT fastback, so you'll love to lift the hood and show off the big 390 cubic-inch V8 that's original to this car. Just like the rest of the pricy restoration, there has been plenty of time taken to get the engine bay looking its factory-fresh best. So the bright air topper and "Powered by Ford" shiny valve covers combine with the bright blue block to make for an awesome presentation. And with all the correct decals and tags in place, you know it's going to impress some car show judges. And if you love correct restorations, don't forget to check out the undercarriage photos. After all, Mustang people really know the value of having the correct red oxide underneath their coupes. But more than just look fantastic, this GT was made for driving. The H-pipe dual exhaust really lets the big V8 growl. And you're in complete control of this power and its soundtrack thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. Combined with power steering and front disc brakes, and this is a rare classic treat that's a blast to drive.
This Mustang comes with right documentation, including restoration photos and the aforementioned Marti Report. So rare classic with only a few miles on it since its craftsman restoration is the kind of car that will always be in demand. That's why you need to hurry and call today!!!
AM/FM Radio, Defrost, Numbers Matching, Air Conditioning, Heat, Tilt Wheel, Vinyl Interior, Front Disc Brakes, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Seatbelts
Marti Report, Restoration Photos
- Engine Size
- 390 V8
- Transmission Type
- 4 Speed Manual
- Body Color
- Candy Apple Red
- Body Style
- 34 (Since Built)
- Interior Color
- Seating Type
- Seat Material
- Shifter Type
- Center Console
Estimated Monthly Payment
Based on 20% down over 120 months