This 1967 Ford Mustang is the right kind of classic for someone who enjoys V8 power, aggressive style upgrades, a head-turning appearance, and a custom/comfy A/C interior. So yes, we all love an icon that has been given big investment to attract all the right kinds of attention. The customization of this Mustang is apparent from every angle, but it never loses its vintage feeling. This starts excellent paint. It looks similar to 1967\'s Vintage Burgundy, except it has deeper tones and a metallic element that comes from a more modern application. It looks terrific against the classic chrome bumpers that have the mirror-like shine of a fresher investment. And the vividness of the finish also goes nicely with the more aggressive elements. The billet grille has an almost GT350-style look, and that goes double for the twin-scoop hood. The 15-inch wheels has a sleek style while also looking like vintage racing Halibrands. And the wide tires (especially in the rear) really add to the car\'s intimidation factor. It all comes from the look of a solid investment in this coupe. We have receipts dating from about 2016-2018 documenting what became over $50k spent on this total build Another place the investment is immediately apparent is the interior. Those upgraded TMI seats are finished in a supple leather, and the Ferrari-like vented trim in the seatbacks has the same sophistication as a European sports car. The door panels, carpeting, and headliner were also redone to keep this classic looking and feeling its freshest. The upgraded wood-rimmed steering wheel is placed ahead of a clean and bright dash that look brand new from 1967. And because this is the kind of car you\'ll really want to drive everywhere, there\'s comfortable cold-blowing R134a air conditioning. While the Mustang had to wait until 1968 for the larger 302 engine, this custom car makes sure you have the right small block upgrade. It\'s properly presented with aggressive pieces like the ribbed 302 valve covers and Ford racing air grabber. The large receipt file documents plenty of the right investments in this powerhouse, and it has everything from new rocker arms to a four-barrel carburetor. It\'s a strong-running V8 and the three-speed automatic transmission was rebuilt with a 2500 RPM stall to keep you in an ideal powerband. And while the look of the coupe and the sound of the dual exhaust make this feel like a performance build, there\'s also much more going on here. The freshness of the undercarriage the photos show you this is a car you can confidently drive, and the rear end has highway friendly gears. Plus, there are additional nice anytime driving features, like power steering, power brakes, front discs, and sway bars front & rear. The sale not only comes with build receipts, but also maintenance records and restoration photos. This is a distinct take on an iconic classic, so you know it needs to be in your garage. Call today!!!
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