67 ford mustang fastback


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Highland, Illinois, United States

Features and Specifications

Make: Ford
Model: Mustang
Type: Fastback
Trim: Fastback
Year: 1967
Mileage: 100000
Color: Red
Engine: 289
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: White
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear

1967 Ford Mustang Fastback

Relisting due to non payment from the last buyer for the SECOND TIME!!! As I stated before If you do not have the money do not even bid. Also, if you have a zero feedback and you are a new ebay account holder do not bid unless you call me first. The first time I listed the car the winner wanted to see if I would do payments over a years time...... “Really”?? the second winner should not even be able to bid on items on eBay if you can’t pay for them nor respond to multiple messages to pay for it and pick the car up. Last 2 winners have been reported to eBay for non payment And the car will not be listed again if it happens again!
As before......67 Ford Mustang Fastback barn find. Was told to believe the drivetrain to be a 289 4 speed out of a 65 or 66 Mustang. Motor was started after sitting for years, runs, but needs help staying at idle and the 4 speed seems to shift into gears but I took the driveshaft out and is sitting in the back of the car at this time. I thought the Rearend was bound, but after I took the driveshaft out i realized it was a rear drum ceased up and it rolls now. Car is red right now as it was restored sometime back in the 80's and the Original color was Vintage Burgundy with white parchment interior. Was told the bench seat is out of a 68 mustang.
As you can see in the photo's the Interior seems to be in pretty decent shape and the drivers interior door panel is in the back seat as well.
Exterior: overall the body appears to be in very good shape as there are no rust holes in the body that I can see, only small bubbles in the front of the passengers side door at the lower corner. Underneath the car appears to have had a couple patch panels, but the torque box look fine. If I was going to restore the car I would replace the patch pans. Under the hood it appears that the passenger side shock tower has had some welding done to repair it at one time and the Trunk pan appears to be in pretty good shape as well. Actual mileage unknown.
Overall, this car is in Good condition and a perfect candidate for restoration. Was going to do a high end pro tour restoration but have decided to get rid of it instead.
A $2500 non refundable deposit is due within 72hrs after auctions end.
Buyer will be responsible for all shipping and shipping cost and no returns. Car and title will be released once funds are cleared. Cashiers check, money order, or cash only.
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