1967 Ford Mustang G.T. 350 Body
When you look back at the automotive greats of the 60s, you bound to hear of Carroll Shelby. Among the many automotive greats under his belt the GT350 is one that stands out. Built for the track and tamed to take on the street it's time you spruced up your weekend with this 1967 Ford Mustang GT350 we have today. This American beauty sports an upgraded engine that has just 400 miles since it's rebuild and ready to hit the road.
This 1967 Ford Mustang GT350 is quite the rare pony as it sports a GT350 body and the original Mustang design of the early 60s, what more can one ask for when looking for a vintage pony car? The exterior is finished off in red and sports a white racing stripe that runs across the car, you also get GT350 stickering to remind you of its rarity. The car is in great shape and sports a straight body with all its exterior components accounted for and in great shape. In terms of wheels this vintage muscle sports a set of two-tone Rostyle-styled wheels which adds to the period-correct features of this car. Stepping into the interior of this 1967 Ford Mustang GT350 and you would notice a fine mix of original interior components and tasteful upgrades. The black interior boasts leather seats for comfort. Once your settled in the wooden steering provides a lovely drive feel, the aftermarket gauges ensure this cars performance is in check. Shifting through the gears is made an occasion with the addition of a Hurst gear knob.
Under the hood of this 1967 Ford Mustang GT350 lies a Boss 302 V8 powertrain that is reported to have been bored for more performance. Speaking of performance this car sees a reportedly new Edelbrock 4 Barrel Carburetor and Red Moroso valve covers to match the exterior. Electrical gremlins are rid of thanks to a fresh battery and Promaster ignition coil. Power is sent to the car’s rear wheels through a 4 speed manual transmission which is reported to have received a rebuilt clutch.
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