(3 photos of a 1967 Burnt Amber Brown Mustang GT GT Hardtop) Take a look at this Burnt Amber 1967 Mustang GTA hardtop owned by Steijvers from Helmond Holland! It still has the original 390ci engine in it. This was the biggest engine you could get in the 1967 Mustang. Steijvers has owned it since August 2007. He bought it in Alabama (US) and had it shipped to Holland. Steijvers is interested in getting in contact with other GTA 390 owners.|
(10 photos of a 1967 Aspen Red Mustang Ski Country Special Hardtop) This is a rare 1967 Mustang Ski Country Special hardtop owned by Frank Recupero from Okhurst, California. Frank says, I found this special ordered Mustang Ski Country Special on cars.com. I had been looking for a decent 289 Mustang for about a year and found this in my back yard the next town over Coarsegold, California. Owned it for one year and 6 months, I got curious and ran the VIN#. It kept coming up special ordered, so I got more curious and ordered a Marti Report. The Marti Report solved the special order, it was something I never knew existed. What's a Ski Country Special? I did some more research and I'm very happy I did. This is 1 of 247 Ski Country Specials produced according to the Marti Report. I did very little mods. I had painted black stripes and new rims and dual exhaust on it. The rest of the car is stock. I also recovered the original badge for this model. I called the original owner up and asked her what was so special about the car; and she said her dad ordered it as a special model and there was some kind of badge that went on the decklid that was never put back on the car after one repaint. The owner asked me if I wanted the badge and I said sure; and now it's on the rear decklid where the dealer installed it in 1967.
(7 photos of a 1967 Nightmist Blue Mustang GT Hardtop) This Nightmist Blue 1967 Mustang GT white vinyl top hardtop owned by Ken Davies of Beaumont, Alberta, Canada was our Attitude Of The Week for September 28th, 2008. Ken writes: I acquired this car on Father's Day, 2008. It was imported to Canada from Portland, Oregon. The original color was Springtime Yellow. It originally had 289 2V, and now has rebuilt 289 (approx 1000 miles) with Edelbrock aluminum intake, Carter AFB Competition 4 bbl carburetor, and a Duraspark II ignition."
(6 photos of a 1967 Frost Turquoise Blue Mustang Hardtop) Frost Turquoise 1967 Mustang coupe with a white vinyl top and and aqua interior. The data plate reads: 65A for the hardtop body style, B for the Frost Turquoise paint, 2K for the light aqua/ dark aqua vinyl interior, 14F for the build date of the 14 day of June 1967, the DSO is 28 for Louisville Kentucky, 0 is for the 2.79 rear end gear ratio, and W is for the automatic C4 transmission.
(7 photos of a 1967 Special Cream Yellow Mustang Hardtop) This Special Order Cream Yellow Mustang, 289ci V8, hardtop is owned by Michael Gellrich of Germany and was our Attitude Of The Week for January 17, 2010. This is a blank paint code Mustang; meaning, the car was factory painted a non-standard production color. Michael tells us more. We found the car in the Netherlands, there is a dealer who sells only Mustangs 1964-1972. It was a great looking car in our eyes and we bought the pony. At home we saw that there was a missing paint code in the VIN. After sending a chip of paint (found under the rear seat) to Marti Auto, we got the answer that the pony was painted with the special paint called "Cream". We started a search for Mustangs painted in cream, but found no other cars. Then we put our question in the vintage mustang forum and Kevin Marti wrote us that there were 5 cars (with different options) which was ordered by one dealer (Ed Chovanes Ford, San Leandro CA). So we know that we have got a very special car. The Mustang was painted over one time (we hope with the original color) and was a one owner car from San Jose.
(6 photos of a 1967 Wimbledon White Mustang GT Hardtop) Wimbledon White 1967 Mustang GT hardtop owned by John P from California. It has it's original 390ci 4V engine and a manual transmission. John tells us more, "This car was purchased in 2007 in about 200 pieces from Southern Cal, for a modest $6400. It has taken until now to get it to the condition it is in. I am planning to paint it back to the factory Lime Gold color. Funny thing is, when I brought it home and checked the VIN - there is only a difference of 43 compared to my other Mustang's VIN."
(10 photos of a 1967 Dusk Rose Pink Mustang Hardtop) Dusk Rose 1967 Mustang black vinyl hardtop with 14 inch red centered wheel covers, metal rocker panel trim, and a 200hp (at 4400rpm), 289 cubic inch, 2 barrel, V8 engine. This car has been repainted at least once, but in its original Dusk Rose pink.
(1 photo of a 1967 Nightmist Blue Mustang GT GT Hardtop) Nightmist Blue 1967 Mustang GTA hardtop with automatic transmission, a parchment white vinyl roof, styled steel wheels, GTA side stripe, fog lamps, metal rocker panels and the largest engine offered in 1967 (a 320hp (at 4800rpm), 390 cubic inch, 4 barrel, V8).
(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.
(6 photos of a 1967 Lime Gold Mustang GT GT Hardtop) Lime Gold 1967 Mustang GTA hardtop with the louvered hood and black vinyl top. Vinyl tops were very popular in the 60s and 70s. Many people change to a body colored painted top when restoring cars that originally came with vinyl tops.
(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.