1967 Ford Mustang Coupe Project, St. Louis, MO

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  1. Mystang66

    Mystang66 New Member

    Jul 23, 2011
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    Minneapolis, MN

    I have a 1967 Ford Mustang Coupe for sale. The car is currently under restoration. The majority of the body work is done. The car has new floor pans, the frame rails are in great shape, the hood, fenders, quarter panels, doors, etc are all in good shape. The main body work left to be done is the trunk floor, which I have the pieces to fix. I have an estimate from a Mustang specialist for approx $2850 to complete ALL of the remaining body work and paint the car (I can email the detailed estimate to prospective buyers). That tells you how little there is left to be done to the body. The underside has been undercoated and the engine bay painted. The seats have been reupholstered and are in the car. The majority of the interior is here with the exception of new carpet, door panels and kick panels. Their is a replacement reconditioned instrument cluster with new bezel and all new dash trim still in the box. The engine and transmission are not in the car, but are pretty much ready to go. I have a 289 out of a 64 1/2 that was rebuilt a number of years ago (bored .030 over and crank turned 10.10) but has not been installed since the rebuild. I have a rebuilt and freshly painted c4 transmission and a Hurst shifter to pair with the 289. In addition, I have the following items that have not yet been installed to power up the 289. New Hedman headers to replace the stock manifolds, GT 40 heads with roller rockers, Edelbrock Performer 500 cfm carb, Edelbrock performer intake, Edelbrock Performer camshaft and lifters. The car has a new rear end with 4.63 gears, and new rear leaf springs. The car has classic Cragar SS rims with deep dish rims on the rear (the tires are worn and will need replaced). I have a complete power steering setup with 2 pumps out of a 1969 Mustang I was going to install. The brakes and suspension are original and haven't been addressed yet. The car has good bumpers and all of the glass is good with a recently replaced windhsield.

    There is a lot here and the makings of a NICE Mustang with an above average powertrain!!

    I'll take $3500 for everything.

    I might consider selling the body and drivetrain separately depending on the offer.

    If you are interested and want pictures, please leave me your email information and I will contact you or you can email me at [email protected].

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