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1967 Ford Mustang
- Engine: currently 289 2V (4V Edelbrock)
- Engine Parts: Unknown..oddly it does run though...
- Transmission: four-speed
- Suspension: stock
- Brakes: Granada Disc
- Tires: Big fat B.F. Goodrichs
- Exhaust: none right now, getting Flowmasters
- Upholstery: Hahaahahahahahahaha
- Seats: ratty stock
- Steering Wheel: Yes, it's there
- Steering Column: stock (for now)
- Gauges: stock (for now)
- Pedals: stock
- Noise & Heat Insulation: Ummm none...
- Seals & Gaskets: No windows, so no seals...
- A/C & Heat: PLENTY of air...heat, not so much unless you count the headers when it is running
- Other: A mess
- Body Mods: none
- Paint: Nasty blushed out gold
- Wheels: American Racing Torque Thrust
- Lights: None
Audio & Electronics
- Head Unit: None
Hey what can we say, priorities change and we changed ours. We had several people want to see a stock bodied Mustang (The largest vote came from Jeff Fords beautiful wife) so we’ve updated our desires and what you see is what we’ll be doing!
What we have here is a 1967 in-house horse. Legendary Ford is building this project car just like you would. Only we’re going to publish our findings, facts and foybles in the magazine. We’ve already reviewed the excellent TMI deluxe door panels (npdlink.com) for the ‘67 and Burton Antique Auto Parts (www.burtonantiqueautoparts.com) brushed aluminum inserts. Later in the fall we’ll be adding a Modern Driveline (www.moderndriveline.com) five-speed, 351 Windsor as well as a Randalls Rack and Pinion rack and pinion check it out at: www.legendaryfordmagazine.com and subscribe!
History of this Vehicle
Not sure what the whole story on this vehicle is but we bought it from a local auto painter named J. R. Shelby who bought it from a guy who wanted a new Shelby. Seems Don (the new Shelby guy) had the car since 1989.
Lets be clear: peices are missing…well they were, we have since remedied much of that issue.
Plans for this Vehicle
Aftermarket suspension, aftermarket TMI upholstery, Modern Driveline five speed, new…well…everything.
Sponsors & Special Thanks
(Listed Alphabetically) Burtons Antique Auto Parts, Dynacorn, Eastwood, Modern Driveline, Randall’s Racks, NPD, Stainless Steel Brake Corp, TMI Upholstery