1967 Ford Mustangs For Sale



1967 Ford Mustangs For Sale

If your looking for a 1967 Ford Mustang for sale, then this page is for you. One of the nicest of the vintage mustangs. With a new design and some changed features, Ford keeps the pony car on top of the heap of new "Muscle Cars" that hit the market in 1967. A few notable features for 1967 Mustang....

  • Two Inches Longer and a 2.5-inch Increase in Front Track
  • Painted Side Scoops to Match Color of Car
  • Concave Rear with Larger Tail Lights
  • New 390-cubic-inch 6.4L V-8 Engine
  • Convertible Top with Two Glass Panes
  • Last Model Year with 289 Hi-Po Engine

1967 Ford Mustangs For Sale


1967 Ford Mustang Fastback Eleanor Rotisserie Built Eleanor Coyote 50L V8 5 Speed Manual Wilwood PS PB A C
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1967 Ford Mustang Fastback Rotisserie Restored Ford 447ci Stroker V8 4 Speed Manual A C 4 Wheel Disc
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1967 Ford Mustang Fastback HiPo K code HiPo fastback 4 Speed Concours condition watch Test Drive VIDEO
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1967 Ford Mustang ELEANOR GT500 1967 FORD MUSTANG FASTBACK GT500 ELEANOR MANUAL TRANSMISSION 700HP MANY EXTRAS
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1967 Ford Mustang 1969 Ford Mustang Fastback custom build project with 428 CJ Cobrajet engine
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1967 Ford Mustang 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback Clean title C Code V8 Same owner since 67
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1967 Ford Mustang Fastback 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback Restomod Shelby GT 500 Styling Collector car Hot Rod
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1967 Ford Mustang Fastback Restomod Rotisserie Built Restomod 428ci V8 Automatic Upgraded Suspension Wilwood
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The 1967 Ford Mustang saw its first major redesign. For the first time since its launch, the pony car saw some serious competition from new players in muscle car field like the Pontiac Firebird, Mercury's Cougar, and Plymouth's Barracuda and Chevrolet had plans to introduce the new Chevy Camaro. Ford produced over 472,000 1967 Mustangs, here's a breakdown of the models....

Standard Convertible: 38,751 units
Luxury Convertible: 4,848 units
Convertible w/Bench Seats: 1,209 units
Standard Coupe: 325,853 units
Luxury Coupe: 22,228 units
Coupe w/Bench Seats: 21,397 units
Standard Fastback: 53,651 units
Luxury Fastback: 17,391 units

Total Production: 472,121 units

Retail Prices:
$2,898 Standard Convertible
$2,461 Standard Coupe
$2,692 Standard Fastback

The front end of the 1967 Ford Mustang was also different than in the past. Gone were the three gills that appeared next to the headlights on the 1965 and 1966 Mustang. The grille was also different, featuring vertical and horizontal bars that worked their way out from the galloping horse in all four directions. In addition, the opening to the grille was larger than in the past. This redesigned front end made for a muscular looking Mustang.

What Makes it a 1967 - This was the last year F-O-R-D block lettering appeared across the front edge of classic Mustangs. This feature would not return until 1974. It would also be the last Mustang to feature the 289 Hi-Po Engine. These tidbits of information might come in handy when working to distinguish a 1967 Ford Mustang from a 1968. Upon first glance, the two model years closely resemble each other.

In all, the 1967 Ford Mustang was considered by most an improvement over previous model years. It was more powerful, it featured an improved suspension system, and it had an aggressive appearance.

In fact, the "Eleanor" Mustang featured in the Nicolas Cage remake of Gone in 60 Seconds was modeled after a 1967 Shelby GT500 Mustang. The 1967 GT500 featured a special 428 cubic inch V-8 engine which, with Shelby's engine mods, resulted in around 355 hp.

Ford offered a choice of five engine configurations in 1967:

Engine Code U: 200 cubic inch I-6 engine @ 120hp
Engine Code C: 289 cubic inch V-8 engine @ 200hp
Engine Code A: 289 cubic inch V-8 engine @ 225hp
Engine Code K: 289 cubic inch V-8 engine @ 271hp
Engine Code S: 390 cubic inch V-8 engine @ 320 hp

Vehicle Identification Number Decoder
Example VIN #7FO1C100001

7=Last digit of Model Year (1967)
F=Assembly Plant (F-Dearborn, R-San Jose, T-Metuchen)
01=Body Code For Coupe (02-fastback, 03-convertible)
C=Engine Code
100001=Consecutive unit number

Exterior Colors Available
Acapulco Blue, Anniversary Gold, Arcadian Blue, Aspen Gold, Blue Bonnet, Bright Red, Brittany Blue, Burnt Amber, Candy Apple Red, Clearwater Aqua, Columbine Blue, Dark Moss Green, Diamond Blue, Diamond Green, Dusk Rose, Frost Turquoise, Lavender, Lime Gold, Nightmist Blue, Pebble Beige, Playboy Pink, Raven Black, Sauterne Gold, Silver Frost, Springtime Yellow, Timberline Green, Vintage Burgundy, Wimbledon White

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