GORGEOUS FASTBACK, BEAUTIFUL PEARL WHITE, 390 V8, 4 SPEED, VERY FRESH BUILD!
Yes, this 1967 Mustang fastback is every bit as slick as it looks. Putting modern white pearl paint on a classic shape is cognitive dissonance at its finest, especially with those subtle stripes, but with a 390 and a 4-speed, it's pure Mustang performance just the way you like it.
There's no better way to stand out in a crowd of flashy cars than to go subtle. And yes, the paint is definitely subtle, and that's its secret. It looks absolutely phenomenal thanks to modern technology, lots of pearl and metallic, and a clearcoat shine, but the fact that it's so high-tech is what makes the difference. On the vintage Mustang's sheetmetal, the color transforms the car from ordinary to exceptional, particularly when it's parked next to its siblings that are all black or green or red. A fiberglass hood was added and has a molded-in scoop like an early Shelby piece and the white stripes against the pearl body are a very nice touch that suggests someone knew exactly what they were doing. The other thing that the pearl white paint does well is provide a background for chrome-just look at how it pops! The bumpers, fog lamps, and especially the taillight frames look brilliant against the paint and give the whole car a minutely detailed look.
Black buckets anchor a very original-looking interior with just a few important upgrades. The seat covers, carpets, door panels, and many other soft parts are newer replacements, so it's in excellent condition and looks right. The wood-rimmed Shelby steering wheel is the ideal choice on a vintage fastback like this and frames the original instrument panel with a view that would be familiar to drivers from half a century ago. The original automatic is gone, replaced by a genuine shift-it-yourself 4-speed and the center console, complete with "garage" storage compartment is one of the best-looking ever designed. The entertainment system consists of a modern AM/FM radio in the original slot, but you and I both know nobody buys a car like this for the stereo system. It does, however, feature fold-down rear seats and a nicely restored trunk, so it can be practical as well as fun.
The '67 Mustang got its engine bay enlarged just to handle the 390 cubic inch V8 that lives in there now. With just 300 miles on the build, it's quite fresh and detailed, from the chrome dress-up components to the Ford Blue paint on the block that hasn't even been heat-cycled. A Holley 750 CFM double-pumper on a factory intake provides the air/fuel mixture and you know someone was serious about tuning when there are underhood-mounted temperature and fuel pressure gauges. It also includes power steering and power front disc brakes, a chrome alternator, and a great-sounding dual exhaust system that almost-almost-sounds like the "Bullitt" soundtrack. That aforementioned 4-speed isn't original, of course, but the 9-inch rear with 3.00 gears inside is and it's a fantastic choice for a street-going Mustang. Oversized Torque Thrust wheels give it that race-ready stance and are wrapped in staggered 215/70/15 front and 255/60/15 rear white-letter radials. Call today!
- AM/FM Radio
- Front Disc Brakes
- Power Brakes
- Power Steering
- Vinyl Interior
- Build Receipts
- Marti Report
- Reproduction Window Sticker
- Exterior Color
- Pearl White
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