Much has been written about Ford's segment creator that we don't need to take a deep dive into the history of the Mustang. The trailblazer in the pony car class, the Mustang entered the world in September 1964 and hasn't looked back ever since. Thanks to a combination of stellar production figures and solid reliability, you don't need to look far if you're searching for a first-generation Mustang. Produced in three body styles, we have a 1967 Ford Mustang Hardtop for sale. Why not stand out from the fastback and convertible-seeking crowd with this car? It's got just 250 miles after undergoing a comprehensive do-over that's primarily focused on its mechanicals and interior. Therefore, it's a car that you can buy sans fear and enjoy sans apprehension.
This particular 1967 Ford Mustang Hardtop showcases its hardtop body style in a beautiful gold shade that has a tinge of bronze in it. Although we say that its makeover primarily focused on interior and mechanical aspects, it's clear that the exterior received plenty of love, too. The chrome work glistens beautifully, the head and taillamp lenses are nice and clear, and the wheels are lovely Torque Thrust units that host lower-profile, wider tires. You'll also note the twin Flowmaster exhaust tips peeking out from beneath the rear bumper, and when the engine is on, they'll definitely make their presence known. The interior presents itself in an exterior-matching tan-brown color theme and has received many things to note. We're told that the instrument cluster, steering wheel, steering column, and dash trim are new. The gauges within the instrument cluster are aftermarket Auto Cross units, including a very eye-catching yellow-faced rev counter and 200mph speedometer. The seats look stock, including the rear bench that will happily accommodate two full-grown adults. The dash also hosts a Jensen radio cassette head unit with visible speakers on the rear parcel shelf. Popping the trunk reveals a similarly pristine outlook, with the spare wheel resting neatly in its allotted space.
This 1967 Ford Mustang Hardtop packs a 347ci Stroker that's reportedly a new motor. The current owner reports that the motor has got a host of enhancements. Ready? Here goes. There are said to be headers, a new exhaust, a new carb, a new distributor, and a new starter. Next up is the new automatic transmission with a shift kit that sends power to the rear wheels via a new Ford 9-inch rear. Braking has received a comprehensive boost as well, thanks to Wilwood disc brakes that are visible behind the Torque Thrust alloy wheels. We're also told about new shock absorbers, plus rack-and-pinion steering to freshen up this 'Stang's handling characteristics.
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