1967 Ford Mustang
Significant changes were made in the 1967 Mustang

1967 Ford Mustang

The 1967 Ford Mustang was the first time since its beginning to be significantly changed. It was similar to it's original style but just bigger. The grille feature a larger opening and the feature lines on the side led to larger simulated air scoops. The taillight were three vertical lenses on each side of a concave panel and the gas cap was located in the center of the panel. About seven percent of the 1967 mustangs had the four-speed manual transmission, 98 percent had bucket seats, 15 percent had vinyl tops, 16 percent had air conditioning, and a rare feature was the dual exhaust found on about 25,000 cars.






1967 Ford Mustang Specifications

Model Number Body/Style Number Body Type & Seating Factory Price Shipping Weight Total Production
Mustang Series
N/A 01 2-dr Hardtop Cpe - 4P $2,461 2,578 lbs 356,271
N/A 02 2-dr FastBack Cpe - 4P $2,592 2,605 lbs 71,042
N/A 03 2-dr Convertible - 4P $2,698 2,698 lbs 44,808
Notes: Total series output was 472,121 units including both sixes and V-8s. Series output includes 22,228 Luxury hardtops; 8,190 hardtops w/ bench seats; 17,391 Luxury fastbacks; 4,848 Luxury convertibles and 1,209 convertibles w/ bench seats. In figures rounded off to the nearest 100, the output included 141,500 sixes and 330,600 V-8s.  

Body Type Identification

63A = 2+2 Fastback w/ bucket seats 76A = Convertible w/ bucket seats
63B = 2+2 Fastback 76B = Convertible w/ bucket seats
65A = 2 Dr. Hardtop w/ bucket seats 76C = Convertible w/ bench seat
65B = 2 Dr. Hardtop w/ bucket seats 76D = Convertible w/ Luxury Trim

Chassis Data

Model Wheelbase Overall Length Width Front Tread Rear Tread Tires
Mustang 108 in 183.6 in 70.9 in 58 in 58 in 6.95 x 14

1967 Ford Mustang Engine Options

Location Of Engine Code: Last letter in the serial number. Look toward the back of the engine block on the right hand side, above the starter. You will find the casting number at this location.
Letter Code Engine Horsepower Torque Transmission Carburetor
T 6-200 120 190 Cruise-O-Matic 1 BC
C 8-289 200 282 Cruise-O-Matic 2 BC
A 8-289 225 305 Cruise-O-Matic 4 BC
K 8-289 271 312 4-Speed Manual 4 BC
Z 8-390 320 427 Not Available 4 BC

1967 Ford Mustang Options

Description Price Description Price
200-hp V-8 $105.63 Select-Aire Conditioning $356.09
225-hp V-8 $158.48 Push Button AM Radio $57.51
271-hp V-8, incl. w/ GT equipment group $433.55 Push Button AM/FM Radio $133.65
320-hp V-8 $363.71 Stereo-Sonic Tape System (AM radio required) $128.49
Cruise-O-Matic w/ six-cylinder $188.18 "Sport Deck" Option w/ Folding Rear Seat & Access Door $64.77
Cruise-O-Matic w/ 200-hp V-8 & 225-hp V-8 $197.89 Full Width Front Seat $24.42
Cruise-O-Matic w/ 271-hp V-8 & 320-hp V-8 $220.17 Tilt-Away Steering Wheel $59.93
4-Speed Manual w/ six-cylinder & 225-hp V-8 $184.02 Deck Lid Luggage Rack $32.44
4-Speed Manual w/ 200-hp, 271-hp & 320-hp V-8s $233.18 Comfort-Weave Vinyl Trim $24.53
Heavy-Duty 3-Speed Manual required w/ 390-cid V-8 $79.20 Center Console (radio required) $50.41
Power Front Disc Brakes $64.77 Deluxe Steering Wheel $31.52
Power Steering $84.47 Exterior Decor Group $38.86
Power Top (convertible) $52.95 Interior Decor Group (convertible) $94.36
GT Equipment Group (V-8s only) $152.20 Interior Decor Group (others) $108.06
Limited-Slip Differential $41.60 Two Tone Paint $12.95
Competition Handling Package (GT group only) $388.53 Accent Stripe $13.90
Lower Back Panel Grille $19.48 Vinyl Roof $74.36
Tinted Windows & Windshield $30.25 Wheel Covers $21.36
Convenience Control Panel $39.50 Wire Wheel Covers $58.24
Fingertip Speed Control (V-8 & Cruise-O-Matic required) $71.30 Whitewall Tires Option $33.31
Remote Control Left Door Mirror $9.58 Magic-Aire Heater Delete Option $(31.52)
Safety Glass Rear Window (convertible) $32.44 Styled Wheels (2+2) $93.84
Wide-Oval Sports Tires $62.35 Styled Wheels (others) $115.11
Rocker Panel Moldings $15.59  
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