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classic vintage chrome muscle car pony MSD Patriot aluminum heads

Make: Ford
Model: Mustang
SubModel: S Code Fastback GT
Type: Fastback
Trim: S Code Fastback GT
Year: 1967
Mileage: 501
VIN: 7F02S173152
Color: Silver
Engine: 347 Stroker V8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: --

1967 Ford Mustang S Code Fastback GT Additional Info:

This 1967 Ford Mustang is a real-deal S-code GT and we have the paperwork to prove it! But with time comes improvement. That's why this one now has a fully built stroker V8 to make sure it earns a nickname from you like The Silver Bullet.
This coupe was given a recent respray in sliver, and it really radiates in the sunshine. And the only thing shining brighter are the chrome bumpers and 17-inch ION alloy wheels. It gives the car a slick and speedy look, and that's what you want on a classic like this. After all, the fastbacks are the sportiest of the first-gen pony cars. Plus, 1967 was when they stretched their legs with a more aggressive front overhang, deeper C-channel side crease, and extended rear. So basically, they took the faster-looking pony and really amplified the attitude. And what's under the hood backs this up. Too.
The black interior is a timeless look against the silver exterior. And this distinct setup remains looking clean and classic. The seats, door panels, carpeting, and dash all have a deep color and nice bright trim. In fact, your favorite vintage pieces are all here, including the fold-down rear seats and floor shifter for the three-speed automatic. Everything looks good, right down to the working courtesy lights and AM radio. The '67 car was built to be a driver's machine, and so it go an updated steering wheel and a new gauge setup with larger readouts.
Under the hood is the fresh look of proper blue oval power. This is fresh from a full professional shakedown, and it starts with a Patriot Performance 347 cubic-inch stroker crate motor. It's built with an Eagle rotating assembly, forged pistons, and Scorpion roller rockers. It's enhanced and fortified further with Patriot Freedom aluminum heads, MSD ignition & distributor, polished forged valve covers, an Edelbrock intake, and topped with a Holley four-barrel carburetor. The full package is said to make 425 horsepower, and the growl of the header-fed MangaFlow dual exhaust really lets everyone know about it power superiority. It's a strong-running motor that's backed up by a three-speed automatic transmission feeding a stout Ford 9-inch rear. This GT has front disc brakes, and the wheel upgraded means you get to fit modern/grippy ZR-rated tires.
The full Marti Report with reproduction window sticker shows you how this was born a rare and distinct GT. And today it only gets even more powerful with great upgrades. Don't miss this silver bullet. Call now!