There is a long list of desirable features in a first-generation Mustang. At the top are items like the fastback body style, a deluxe hood, and a big 390 V8 for a proper GT. So when you find a seductively dark blue 1967 Ford Mustang GT that has everything you want (including an upgraded five-speed,) you know this is the time to act quickly.
There's something special about Ford's Nightmist Blue that grabs your attention and doesn't let go. Maybe it's the way the modern respray makes every fastback's distinctive body curves flow like they liquefy the moment sunlight hits them. This quality presentation includes good sheet metal, excellent weather-stripping, and bright chrome bumpers. But it's the sporty style that steals your heart on this one. The GT elements like the fog lights in the grille, rocker triple stripe, quad exhaust tips, and Mag 500 wheels have the great look of a power pony. Plus, that cool deluxe hood with integrated turn signals is a piece everyone loves to see at car shows.
The interior continues the feeling of clean and thoughtful quality. The door panels, dash, and center console are a great combination of deep black and bright trim, making for the best-looking interior of the original Mustangs. This one was made to be a driver, so plenty of well-placed upgrades exist. It includes a wood-rimmed sports steering wheel, under-dash oil & water readouts, and a Sun Super tach prominently mounted on the steering column. And have you counted the gears on the shifter yet? So while there is a nicely integrated upgraded stereo, we bet your real favorite soundtrack comes from the symphony you help create under the hood.
The 1967 model year is quite important to Mustang fans. This was when the car upped its performance credentials by offering more than just small block power. The S-code GT means it came from the factory with the big 390 cubic-inch V8, which continues to have an era-correct block today. They made this look quite correct, down to the decals, FoMoCo hoses, and Autolite battery topper. And while this has a show-worthy style, this GT is meant to be driven. The V8 inhales deeply with a four-barrel carburetor and exhales with a sweet tune as the H-pipe dual exhaust feeds into Flowmaster mufflers. The upgrade to the five-speed manual transmission means you get to control the power and rumble better than the factory ever did. And power steering, power brakes, front discs, and wide BF Goodrich T/As make for a solid package you can enjoy at any time.
This GT has a sleek, mean, and dark style that makes it instantly appealing, and it's even upgraded to let you harness the power even better. That's why this S-code fastback is pure classic car desire. Call now!