1967 FORD MUSTANG

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Peter

Docklands, VIC

Features

Title 1967 FORD MUSTANG
Make FORD
Sale Price $180,000
Listing Type Used
RefCode DIY1220210
Body TypeFastback
No. of Doors2
No. of Cylinders8cyl
Capacity - cc347
Fuel TypeUnleaded
TransmissionManual
No. of Gears6
RoadworthyRWC

Description

This beautiful one off Mustang,
RETRO BULLITT - Featured in Unique Cars Magazine issue #481.

Starts with the suspension with a fully adjustable, fabricated front end with coil overs. The rear end remains a live axle but
uses a three-link set-up with a Watts linkage fully adjustable and coil-overs replacing the rear leaves.

The brakes are monster 14-inch Baer slotted and drilled rotors with six-piston
callipers at each corner.

Eighteen X 8 front wheels are matched by 18 X 9.5s on the rear which has allowed the use of a 275-section rear Dunlop.

Under the lid, theres a 347 cube stroker Boss small-block with forged pistons, crank and rods, Z aluminium heads, a meaty hydraulic roller cam, and a too-cool injection
system by Dynatec which uses Weber throttle bodies and full electronic engine management. All up, were talking 485 horses and 440 pounds of torque. Oh,
you speak metric? Okay, how
about 362kW and a toddlers arm wrestle shy of 600Nm. A Tremec TKO six-speed underlines the motorsport theme here, and the rear end hardware is a Trak Lok unit running 31-spline axles and a 3.70:1 final drive.

Inside, the deal is all about bringing a 67 Fastback into the 21st century.
That starts with stuff like full leather trim, a one-piece headliner, a useable centre console, central locking, power windows, air con, and a mega stereo. Seats are modified for tall people for more head room.

The Flashback logo features heavily, too,
stamped on all the instruments and on stuff like the glovebox lid, console and sill plates.
But if anything, its the exterior that makes the biggest statement of individuality. Sure, it still looks like a Mustang, but look closely
and you soon see that its a smoother overall look with no let-up in the aggression stakes. The one-piece fascia with integrated brake
ducts sets the mood at the front and is echoed at the rear by the single-piece rear bumper/fascia unit. A twin reverse-cowl bonnet makes the cut and the stamped steel
sail-panel really makes a difference to the clean, smoothness of the thing. Throw in the lower side scoops, dark mech grille, fog
lights and quad exhaust tips and youve suddenly made the car very distinctive, yet somehow instantly familiar.

Offers over $175K