1967 Ford Mustang GT

VIN  7T03S131990


Engine: 390ci


1967 Mustang GT, 390, 4 speed, convertible. An extremely rare mustang with the Marti Report showing only 940 built with this engine and transmission combination. This factory hotrod convertible appears to have a rebuilt 390 that is a very strong runner that pulls hard in all 4 gears. We cannot verify if this is the original engine and transmission. A fun driver just as it sits with brakes, lights and gauges working. This car is now in the process of being cosmetically restored and is receiving new factory floor pans, and all new inner rockers. We are evaluating the Torque boxes which are in decent shape to see if one of them should be replaced. The drivetrain appears to be correct for the car. We have taken pictures of all visible drive train numbers and we believe the block may be dated 66 which may be correct for an early 67 car. Heads and manifolds do have 67 date codes. The transmission is also date coded 66. Review the numbers and do your own research.

We have the vehicle priced with new floor pans, rockers and all necessary rust issues properly repaired. As with many of our vehicles we may elect to complete the cosmetic restoration of the car which will obviously increase the value and price of the car. The body on this S Code Mustang is very solid with only a small amount of visible rust in the bottom of the drivers door. A very inexpensive body and paint job, relatively speaking, will be necessary for this car. The interior will need new front seat covers and due to how special this car is the rear seats should receive new vinyl as well. Once we start the body and paint on the car the estimated sales price upon completion will be in the high $50’s which would be a bargain for a driver restoration quality true S code, GT convertible.


*We highly recommend each car is inspected by a third party prior to purchase.

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