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1967 Mustang S Code Fastback GT, 4 Speed Manual, 390 Big Block, 9 Inch Rear

For sale: 1967 Ford Mustang

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Naperville, Illinois, United States
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I am Selling my 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback S Code with a period correct fully rebuilt 390 Big Block, Proper four speed trans fully restored and believed for sure original 9 inch rear diff re bearing resealed and restored to original specs. I was building to make the vehicle exactly the way you would have bought this car in 1967. It is a original Candy apple red four speed big block car with black interior. Vehicle has all new metal were rust was and all new body metal including new full rear quarters. I was building this the first year i started my own business and have run out of time and room and money to complete. My business is growing and i need the room. I have most all the parts to complete. Would say i need another approx 3k to 5k in parts not including wheels and tires. Those i wanted to do original deluxe wheels that i have now but new and redline tires. This would be a perfect Father Son or Father Daughter project as mostly done. Has all new proper brake lines new engine bay wiring harness, proper voltage regulator with stamping, starter solenoid with numbering, hinge, latches, strikers, floors, doors, hood fenders, deck-lid. All completed with 3 month old paint job, base coat clear coat. Impeccable body lines, little to no filler so perfect body and beautiful Candy apple red paint. Headliner is loosely installed and can be completed when installing glass. Seats are all reupholstered they are just bagged and ready for reassembly when carpet is installed. I have new Mass back carpet, door panels handles all new. Complete screw and bolt kits used on vehicle. New pads and rotors on front, new shoes and wheels cylinders on rear end. Shocks, spring, control arms and so much more.
New mirrors exterior and interior, new fuel tank and sender assy. new alternator, distributor, starter. Just so many things. This thing is near brand new.
I hate to give up on this project but its not sold yet.
This was not an original GT car but i did buy with GT cap and may have had dealer installed GT package. I have seen others listed as GT sell out of Barrett Jackson etc. GT is not what bumps the numbers but i like the way it looks on this one.
This vehicle should appraise out the way i planed to finish between $69,000 to $89,000 depending on market when appraised. I think i am leaving some meat on the bone. I do need to make some money for getting car to this beautiful near completed stage now ready for new owners personal touches. I recommend finishing how i was going but wont be mine anymore.
Any questions for serious buyers feel free to message and will respond when i can.
Thanks, James

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