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1967 Ford Mustang Project Fastback S-code 390 Manual Transmission Big Block Car

1967 Ford Mustang

Ford Mustang 1967 technical specifications

Item location: Marina, California, United States
Make: Ford
Model: Mustang
Type: Fastback
Trim: Fastback
Year: 1967
Mileage: 78,367
VIN: 7F02S209xxx
Color: Black
Engine size: 390 V8
Number of cylinders: 8
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: White
Vehicle Title: Clear
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1967 Ford Mustang S-code 390 Fastback DON'T MISS THIS ONE! - Up for sale is a 1967 Ford Mustang S-code RAVEN BLACK Fastback Project! 1967 was the first major redesign of the popular Mustang. It was also the first year a big block engine was installed in the Mustang. With the redesign of the car. the engine bay was enlarged to fit the 390 4V engine out of a Thunderbird in the smaller. lighter Mustang. The suspension was also redesigned to help the car handle under the increased weight of the engine. Now is your chance to own a Raven Black manual transmission Big Block Fastback! I have been saving this car to be restored for a few years. My wife and I are expecting our second child next month and I think it's time to pass on this project to somebody with more time than myself. The car is originally a Raven Black 390 manual transmission car with a parchment interior that rolled off the assembly line June 6. 1967. It has the highly desirable manual transmission and the 3. 00 axle ratio! This car was nicely optioned and built to go fast in style! As you can see from the Marti report. the car originally had a white paint stripe. styled steel wheels. power steering and interior upgrades. This car could also be made into an Eleanor clone. The body of the car is in very good condition for a non-restored 48 year old Mustang. I have spray-painted the car to help prevent further rust. I will include a brand new full floorpan as this car desperately needed one. Included with that are new seat platforms. The front frame rails are mostly good. with some rust in the front sections where the bumper bolts on and the rear sections where it meets the frame rail extension. The frame rail extensions are probably useable. but it might be easier to replace them when patching the frame rails. The rear frame rails have some rust in the rear torque box area but there are patches included with the new floorpan. Someone welded traction bars to the lower part of the rear torque box. so that will need repair as well. The area of the rear frame rail where the spring shackles mount is has rust as well. It appears that the entire rear frame rails will NOT need to be replaced. just patched. The aprons have the usual four spots of rust where they meet the upper shock tower (where the fender sits). The car still has all four original aprons! The driver’s side shock tower has a crack across it. The rocker panels have some rust in front of the doors and the rear quarter area (where the quarter vents drained). but the door opening area looks good. The driver’s quarter has some collision damage that somebody mostly pulled out. You might get away with a quarter skin only here or a new quarter panel is about $450. This car will need some work on the trunk floors. tail panel. and the outer wheelhouse. The new full floorpan is just set in place and the original fastback seat catches are left in the old floorpan. 1967s only have one torque box and it needs to be patched or replaced. The fenders. doors. hood. and trunk lid need minor rust repair or replacement at your discretion. but are in very good condition for original parts. I have also included a new passenger side floorpan extension. I had the opportunity to get a correctly dated engine a few years ago. so that is included as well. The block is a 7D28 (April 28. 1967). It is standard bore with some rust pitting in a couple of the cylinders. The crankshaft is a “2U” crankshaft. The rods are correct 390 rods. There is a spacer and lower pulley as well. The heads are C7AE-A heads. one has a date code of 6L11 and the other is 6L14 and they both have 14 bolt holes. They appear to have been rebuilt (and not ran) with new valves. though one cylinder area has some rust pitting in it… I’m not sure of the story there. The rocker arms are mounted to the head. There was also a flywheel attached to the engine when I disassembled it. I don’t see any identifying marks on it. so I can’t verify what it is. The pushrods. fuel pump eccentric. cam retainer. cam. timing cover. spacer plate and valve covers are included as well. The 9" rear end is under the car and it has a tag on it that says “WES-F” and “3. 00” so I am assuming this car has its original rear end. The interior is fairly complete with most of the hard to find. expensive parts. The instrument panel with tachometer is there. A steering wheel. which I believe is the deluxe steering wheel. is in place. The original AM FORD radio is still in the dash. The interior quarters and trap door are in good condition but somebody installed speakers in them. as most people did. The back seat area and fold down is mostly completeThe front drum brakes are present and intact. as are the rear. All glass is present and in good condition. with the exception of the windshield. New windshields are really cheap at around $70! The original rear window is there and it has the “line” down the middle. These are getting harder and harder to find! The rear window moldings are included. As far as extras. there were some seat belts in the car. a battery tray. shock tower to cowl supports. a battery tray. The clutch and brake pedal assembly are included. Overall this is a highly valuable car worth restoring. Starting with a straight body is key. as most of these cars have rust in one way or another. With some patching I think this car is very restorable. The rust that is The last picture is what this beast would look like when properly restored. I have a Marti report and clean Nebraska title from the previous owner. I'm sure I missed something. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me before the end of the auction. I tried to address all aspects of the car. if any additional pictures are needed. I would be glad to send them to you. I have restored a lot of Mustangs over the last 10 years. If you have any questions about restoring this car. please let me know. I can help the put the winning bidder in touch with a few contacts for parts or restoration help. if needed. Please remember is a project car and deserves a full restoration. I have tried my best to explain all issues I see. If you have any questions regarding the condition of this car. please feel free to ask! Thanks for looking and happy bidding!

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