(11 photos of a 1967 Candy Apple Red Mustang Convertible) Candy Apple Red 1967 Mustang convertible with wire wheels, wheel spinners, and a 200hp (4400rpm), 289 cubic inch, 2 barrel V8 engine. Other options include a automatic transmission, power steering, power disc brakes, power top, two-speed electric wipers, and air conditioning.|
(3 photos of a 1967 Candy Apple Red Mustang Shelby GT-500 Fastback) Candy Apple Red 1967 Shelby GT500 fastback owned by Shaun Fitzgerald from Harmony, Pennsylvania. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting December 29, 2013. Shaun shares, "Shelby #258 was built at Ford's San Jose California plant on December 9, 1966. It was sold by JD Ball Ford in Miami on January 18, 1967. The car remained in Miami until 1986. I have owned it since 1997. The Shelby was an original painted Lime Gold Metallic and equipped with a 428 Police Interceptor. The car was painted red and the 427 installed in 1985. Additional details about the car at www.shelby258.com"
(10 photos of a 1967 Vintage Burgundy Mustang Hardtop) Vintage Burgundy 1967 Mustang white vinyl hardtop with aftermarket bright wheels and a changed out 302 cubic inch V8 engine.
(5 photos of a 1967 Red Mustang Convertible) Red 1967 Mustang Convertible owned by Stuart Brooks from Sun City West, Arizona. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting March 30, 2014. Stuart tells us, "I bought it four years ago in Gilbert, Arizona. It has been a work in progress and now 100% restored. It has power steering/brakes, electronic ignition, under dash R-134 A/C, and original 200 cubic inch 6 cylinder with automatic transmission. Not a Daily driver. Taken to car shows and cruises only."
(4 photos of a 1967 Candy Apple Red Mustang GT Hardtop) Candy Apple Red 1967 Mustang GT hardtop owned by Ray from Minnesota. Ray restored and modified his GT back in 1994. It has the original 289ci block and a 4-speed manual transmission.
(10 photos of a 1967 Candy Apple Red Mustang GT Convertible) Candy Apple Red 1967 Mustang GT convertible owned by Michael Cossu from Waterbury, Connecticut. It has a 289 High Performance V8 engine and an automatic transmission. Micheal bought the car in November 2014 from a place in Chicago. Check out the cars in the background.
(1 photo of a 1967 Red Mustang GT GTA Convertible) Red 1967 Mustang GT convertible owned by Pat St-Martin. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting March 29, 2015. It has it's original 289ci V8 engine and an automatic transmission. The automatic gives it this one year only special GTA model designation. Pat won this Mustang in a raffle back in 2005.
(5 photos of a 1967 Candy Apple Red Mustang Shelby GT-350 Fastback) Candy Apple Red 1967 Mustang Shelby GT-350 fastback with white side stripes a black interior and a factory installed supercharger under the hood! This Shelby has it's 7-inch driving lights mounted close together in the front grille. Others have them mounted farther apart in end ends of the grille. It depended on the state's laws which were installed.
(3 photos of a 1967 Burgundy Mustang Hardtop) Burgundy 1967 Mustang hardtop with GT style fog lights
(3 photos of a 1967 Vintage Burgundy Mustang Hardtop) This Vintage Burgundy 1967 Mustang, white vinyl, hardtop is ready to be restored. You can see the brackets on the bottom where the rocker panel trim was attached. This was one of 3 Mustangs at the 2009, July 4th, Auburn Washington, Car Show. And is owned by the son of another Mustang owner at the show who says it will be repaired and customized for next year's show.
(1 photo of a 1967 Mustang Promotional Sales Brochure) This page says, Bred first... to be first! How do you improve on a classic? How do you add excitement to an American original - an original which is already the most exciting, most acclaimed new car in history? With subtle body changes and interior improvements. The result is a rare combination that says Mustang for '67 is undeniably new - without taking away the flair and flavor of the classic design that is so unmistakably Mustang.
We've added fresh Mustang optional features, like a hefty 390-cubic-inch Thunderbird Special V-8 for extra spirit. Like the Tilt-Away Steering Wheel that moves aside when you open the door - and tilts up or down to nine different driving positions. Fingertip Speed Control which lets you set cruising speed without need to maintain constant accelerator pressure. SelectShift Cruise-O-Matic... go fully automatic or shift manually for the fun of it without a clutch. Greater traction Wide-Oval Sports Tires with V-8's. Front Power Disc Brakes. SelectAire Conditioner and Convenience Control Panel.
What did we keep? The standards that made Mustang a classic in the first place... standards that won the hearts of almost a million-and-a-half owners in under three years. Those owners (and many more) have taken the Mustang Pledge... because of standard features like bucket seats and full carpeting. Floor-mounted shift. All-vinyl trim. Lithe performance and handling. And most particularly we kept the classic long, lean, adventurous look - of Mustang, the original. Take the Mustang Pledge in one of three exciting ways... hardtop, convertible, fastback.
The photo captions says, Mustang Hardtop: World's best seller, Bucket seats, vinyl trim, carpeting are standout standard features.
(5 photos of a 1967 Candy Apple Red Mustang GT Hardtop) This Candy Apple Red 1967 Mustang GT hardtop was photographed at the Summer 2010 Dennison Ford car show in Bloomington, Illinois. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting March 6, 2011. This is a one-owner car. This photo was created by guest artist, Jessica Klein.
(4 photos of a 1967 Candy Apple Red Mustang GT GTA Hardtop) Candyapple Red 1967 Mustang GTA hardtop with black vinyl roof, white low bodyside stripes, fog lamps, and of course automatic transmission for which the "A" of GTA stands for. I photographed this car was at the 2010 MCA Grand Nationals held in Bellevue, Washington.
(6 photos of a 1967 Candy Apple Red Mustang Shelby GT-350 Fastback) Candy Apple Red 1967 Mustang Shelby GT-350 fastback with white racing stripes. This Shelby was on display at the 2010 Mustang & Ford car show at Uftring Ford in East Peoria, Illinois.
(3 photos of a 1967 Candy Apple Red Mustang GT GT Convertible) Candyapple Red 1967 Mustang GTA convertible with GT options, automatic transmission, steel styled wheels, grille mounted fog lamps, white rocker panel stripes, and a 289ci V8 engine. This 1967 GTA was a the 2010 Mustang Club of America Grand Nationals held in Bellevue, Washington.
(3 photos of a 1967 Candy Apple Red Mustang Hardtop) Great photo (because I took it, ha) of a Candyapple Red 1967 Mustang hardtop with louvered hood and aftermarket wheels. This car was at the 2010 Mustang Roundup held in Tampa, Florida.
(2 photos of a 1967 Candy Apple Red Mustang Shelby GT-500 Hardtop) This is a rare one. It's a 1967 Mustang Shelby GT-500 hardtop! It was the first and only one built by Shelby - called "Little Red". Although more 1967 hardtops where built by Shelby, it was the inspiration for the 1968 California Special. This GT-500 had twin Paxton Superchargers on a 428ci engine. It is reported to have been crushed as most prototypes were.
(1 photo of a 1967 Candy Apple Red Mustang Shelby GT-500 Convertible) Here is a super rare Mustang. Only one built! It's a Candyapple Red 1967 Shelby GT-500 convertible. It's owned by Samantha and Brian Styles from Delray Beach, Florida. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting February 1, 2015. It has a 428ci V8 "Interceptor" engine and an automatic transmission. Shelby had intended to offer the GT350 and GT500 in all three body styles - six in all. Brian adds, "We just gained access to the Ford Special Orders (DSOs) and they confirm that Shelby American even went so far as to create "package" codes for each type of car. The convertible was package code "413C", meaning a GT500, Auto, AC, Smog, Convertible Body. Carroll claimed the convertible as his own personal car. About 4 months later, the car was needed for a new task. It was used to bolt on the A.O. Smith built '68 styled fiberglass designed by Ford. It was essentially disguised as a '68 for the purpose of taking photos -- a lot of photos. A couple Shelby employees referred to the car in the stage as a "68 styling proto," though there was actually nothing prototype about it. Nothing more than a model putting on a new dress for her walk down the runway." Check out the www.1967shelbyconvertible.com website for more information.
(6 photos of a 1968 Royal Maroon Mustang GT California Special Hardtop) Royal Maroon 1968 Mustang GT California Special hardtop owned by Don Potter from Ohio. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week for March 2nd, 2008. Don has this extra information to share, "The car was found on the internet and purchased February 2004 from an exotic car dealer in the Seattle, Washington area. The photos I received with car indicated that the body work and paint were done in September 1997 and is still in very good shape. The engine bay and engine along with interior and floor pans were in pretty sad shape. The mileage at time of purchase was 54,243. Once the engine and tranny was pulled, the undercarriage was inspected completely. We found several modifications that led me to believe car had been extensively drag raced at one time. The right rear shock housing was pushed up and split in three areas. The trans linkage, clutch bracket and shifter had been modified. Since my purchase, the following work has been completed: interior gutted and replaced, dash repainted correct color and all dash pieces replaced, factory console replaced with a humphugger console, factory shifter replaced with a Hurst shifter, electrical gauges replaced with mechanical gauges, 390 engine replaced with a 428 Cobra Jet engine, grille replaced with correct GT/CS grille and Marchal fog lights, front and rear bumpers replaced, engine bay detailed, rearend rebuilt with new axles and 325:1 Posi w/traction bars, GT pop-open gas cap added, standard LED sequential tail lights from Mustang Project, and the driver's side floor pan and passenger side floor pans replaced along with left front torque box."
(6 photos of a 1968 Red Mustang GT Hardtop) This Red 1968 Mustang GT hardtop has a 390ci engine, X code (V2) 2 barrel carb, AC w/heat, C-6 automatic transmission, AM radio with 8-track player, power steering, power disc brakes, bucket seats with seat belts, spare tire & jack, fog lights, remote outside mirror, tinted glass, front and rear spoilers, and a Posi rear end with 2.78 gears. The front nose and hood are from a Shelby.