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1967 Ford Mustang

$ 35300

Engine:289 v8 STROKED TO 347
Number of Cylinders:8
Interior Color:Gray
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Exterior Color:Silver
Drive Type:RWD
Vehicle Title:Clean
Body Type:Fastback
Warranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
:“This car has gone through a complete rotisserie restoration with Dyanacorn sheet metal where needed and other quality original and after market parts from CJ Pony like Scott Drake and Dyanacorn. I'm proud to own a car that is bondo free and built to last with the underside and all floors shot with bedliner to prevent future rust and drive for years without fear of having problems and needing rebuilding every few years.”
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Don-t be afraid to bid, my reserve is well over $15,000 less than I have invested!!!!
Ready to finish in your color and interior!
I bought this mustang in 2011 from a farmer located in the desert plains between Lubbock and Midland/Odessa Texas.  It was in a lean to with the hood off of it and looked like it had been run over by a tractor.  Someone had put some 1969 Mustang seats in it and he may have been a farmer but he did know what he had for the most part.  I pulled away on a trailer $7000 later and happy as possible to have actually found a 67 fastback!  
I have no skills as a mechanic or anything to do with vintage cars other than tuning one up, waxing it and driving it!  I did have a small work force of my daughter and her three young sons and we took on the task of dis-assembling it.  It took most of the summer but we got it done with everything that was usable marked and cataloged.
In 2014, I came down with a case of lung cancer and had to move closer to Dallas Fort Worth and next door to my daughter and grandsons.  After a year of recovery, I started looking for the best mechanics and body shops to make this the car I wanted it to be.  I wanted a car that could be shown, but not a trailer queen.  I wanted a car the could be driven without fear of get wet!  I wanted it to have NO BONDO and NO CANCER so any sheet metal that couldn't meet those specs was replaced.  All of the sheet metal replaced came from Dynacorn which you informed buyers will identify as the best!  Most of the other parts that are not OEM came from Scott Drake or other quality provider..
Body Repair Complete Rotisserie with the Dynacorn panels including both rear quarters, back panel, trunk lid, right front fender and all the floors.  I bought a pair of doors off a pristine wreck that unbelievable has no rust, dents or bondo for $800, a fiberglass on metal GT Hood for $800 and paid exactly $10,000 for the labor.  That makes the body work at that point $11,600 plus sheet metal that I will summarize later..
I purchased a Rod and Custom rack and pinion power front steering unit with power disc brakes and the shock towers removed. Total bill was $5,300
We wanted wheels on it right away, so bought some Coy's and new Cooper Tires $1,500 and put them on as fast as we could.
We found a super motor builder that specialized in hot rod motors and motors for Tractor pulls.  You know the motors that cost a couple of thousand dollars.  He had it for almost a year working it in when not committed to one of his regular racers.  I had also been lucky enough to be on top of a local Cobra shop where a customer brought a brand new Cobra in to have some modifications done to it.  The car had 114 miles on it.  I was able to buy the Borg Warner T-10 4 speed that was date coded late 1966 and completely rebuilt at the Cobra shop.  Also the Dual Quad Intake and Holley Double pumpers that were brand new, the original Cobra valve covers and the electronic ignition, clutch pressure plate and some misc. other parts for $2,800!!!!  The motor was stroked to 347, forged pistons, 10.5 to compression and over 400HP.  Total bill was $7,500 so $10,300 total.  
Several years earlier I had a 1967 Mustang GTA Convertible that I sold the body to a guy in Europe that just want the body.  So I got to keep the HIPO 289 with the HIPO exhaust manifolds, The instrument cluster with Tach, Factor A/C controls and vents, GT Grille with horse and corral and fog lights and the GT gas cap.  I had the exhaust manifold powder coated to look as original.  Conservatively this all was worth $2,000.
I had the exhaust custom installed with Hooker Header remote dumps that would open the exhaust in front of the mufflers with a remote key fob because I thought they were cool!!    $1,200 installed 
I have had all new brake and full lines installed and custom bent, the rear brakes and hubs replaced.  $800
I also have receipts for over $10,000 for parts not already accounted for!!!  Trim, Shifter, Boot and bezel, all the sheet metal, molding, screws bolts, grille moldings, headlight extensions, quarter extensions, matched key locks, front and back windshield trim and connectors on and on and on!!!  I still have parts incoming from CJ Pony either in shipment or back ordered. 
I believe I have 98% of the parts needed to complete the build.  I have all the interior and 3 sets of front seats and back fold down with all the side pieces.  I don't know if I have the door panels but they needed to be re-done anyway. 
Yep, $48,000 !!!!!!   I know it needs front windshield, paint and interior. 
Now I have a mustang on it's way to be greatness and a daughter with three teenage boys with no cars.  What would you do£ 
The buyer pays for and makes all shipping arrangements.  $2,000 Paypal deposit and the balance bank to bank wire transferred within 7 days.  
Please email your questions, I am retired and don't have much to do....I have nothing to hide on this car!!!!

On Jan-26-20 at 18:21:48 PST, seller added the following information:My wife pointed out that my description was confusing.  The car was in a lean to and in good shape.  It was the hood that looked like it had been run over by a tractor.  Sorry!

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Sale price: $ 35300
Car location: Tolar, Texas, United States
For sale by: Private Seller
Last update: 9.07.2020
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