1967 Ford Mustang

Streetside Classics-Atlanta
213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA

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Lithia Springs, GA



Year 1967
Mileage 45135
Engine 8
Doors 2
Transmission Automatic
Make Ford
Model Mustang

Mustang 1967

Title Status --
Exterior Color Wimbledon White
Interior Color Ivy Gold


We all love a classic drop-top pony car, but it's the story that goes with this 1967 Ford Mustang Convertible that really makes it irresistible. It's a one-owner car...yes, only one owner for over half a century! And it even comes with some terrific paperwork you rarely get to see with these classics. So dig into the details on some awesome history that you can also really drive.

We have the original dealer invoice showing that this Mustang was sold only a few miles from our showroom. In fact, you're looking at a one-owner classic that is only known to be a desirable southern car all its life. When you spend nearly 55 years with one car, you treat it with respect. So the original sheet metal still lines it with a well-creased style. And pieces that other cars lose over the years (like the badging and hubcaps) all seem to be original. Part of the upkeep meant a respray of the correct Wimbledon White around 1988. Today it retains a good gloss and enough aged-in style that it may be up to you to let people know it's not the original application. At the same time he invested in the paint, the owner/caretaker also had the bumpers re-chromed, and they continue to have a mirror-like presence that adds to this convertible's impressiveness.

The white top has a good look against the white paint, but for true distinction, you're going to want to fold it down. The correct two-tone Ivy Gold interior is the kind of color package that could have only come from the 1960s, and so it's great to have it looking so original. An honest and authentic presentation means looking clean and complete with just the right worn-in and patina details so that people recognize it has earned its respect over the decades. You even have nice features, like the working courtesy lights and AM/FM radio. Front bucket seats, a floor shifter, and a classic tin/grippy steering wheel give you a nice feeling that will make you want to cruise this one for another half-century.

Under the hood is the correct C-code 289 cubic-inch V8. It's easy to believe this is the original powerhouse when its one and only owner says so. And it has the honest style to really back it up. But the way this V8 fires up and runs lets you know this has always been under proper care. And features like the three-speed automatic transmission and upgraded front disc brakes are there as part of a solid driving package.

The sale comes complete with the original dealer invoice, warranty card, and factory buildsheet. It's the ideal kind of paperwork that lets you really tell the story of this special pony car. So if you love true classic car history, this is the drop-top you should be driving. Call today!!!


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