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1967 Mustang S Code 390 4 speed Fastback

Make: Ford
Model: Mustang
Type: Fastback
Year: 1967
Mileage: 150000
VIN: 7R02S120673
Color: Blue
Engine: 390
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Phoenix, Arizona, United States

1967 Ford Mustang Additional Info:

1967 Ford Mustang 390 4 speed- Two owner car that has been professionally restored to its original specifications utilizing better then factory workmanship. The restoration was completed by a very well knows Arizona restorer. The engine, transmission, and rear ed where re built at the same time. It was completed to the exacting specification that the car was delivered new. The second owner of this beautiful, and rare 390 4 speed car is very close friends with the original owner. Originally thinking that he would restore the car, and add modern elements the second owner decided to have it restored exactly as delivered. Eric is owner number 2. Eric surprised Ed(original owner) with a viewing, and of coarse a long drive. Ed was chocked up with emotion that his car was exactly as he remembered it when he took delivery. More on that later. If you are not a person that is into the history of the car I have a picture link that shows you everything from pre-restoration, through the restoration, and the completed results. Please message me or call me at 602-908-9267, and I will send it to you. The options on the car are below. Each still present, and operational. Please note this car was not ordered as a GT, and the GT items were not added during restoration for accuracy purposes. Please call me with any questions 602-908-9267.
A deluxe Marti Report comes with the car documentingthe below options.

390 4V EngineFour Speed Manual Transmission3.00 ConventionalRear EndExtra Cooling PackageF70-14 Wide Oval SidewallNylon TiresDeluxeSteering WheelSport Deck Rear SeatPower Disk BrakesAm RadioInterior Decor GroupTinted GlassDeluxeSeat BeltsStyled Steel WheelsHeavy Duty Suspension
This Mustang was restored by Desert Classic Mustangs in Tempe Arizona. It was completed in 2017. This is a very fresh accuratebuild. All of the receiptsare available. I have a google album with all of the documentation that goes with the car. Thereceipts detailthe hours as well as the items used. Reproductionitems that were used came from Scott Drake. Scott Drake is known for a much higher quality reproductionpart. Elliot with Desert Classic Mustangtells me that if someone wanted to take this to concours judging status it would not be costly or difficult. Some of the differencesbetween this car and concourswas done for better longevity. An example would be fully painted control arms as apposed to bare metal. Another would be a painted drive shaft as apposedto bare. Most of what would be needed would be stickers, and small grease and paint marking. Elliot is very proud of this car. He feels it is one of the best restored, and driving Mustangs he has worked on. The carburetorand air cleaner are the correct date coded items as is the original radio and speaker that have professionally rebuilt. I have a few additionalitemslisted that I can discuss that also differ. Elliot is willing to speak to a serious buyer but asks that I tell him when someone is calling so he is not kept away from what he does to make a living, restore Mustangs. Call me before you call him at 602-908-9267.
For those that Like a good car guy story please read on:

Originally ordered new by the owner of R & M Ford Sales in Willcox Arizona to give to his son. This was a very small town dealership. When the car arrivedthe Son had already decided on another car. The dealership owner placed it out on the front line for sale. Luck would have it that Ed would be driving by in his ailing 1956 Ford when the Brittney Blue Mustang caught his eye. He worked directly with the dealership owner on the sale. Rememberthis was a small dealership where the owner was the salesman. Ed and I had a great conversation about the car. he mentioned that he was a young guy working hard and playing hard. The big block 4 speed Mustang was a perfect car. He said he raced it, and used it as his daily till about 1986. By this point the rear main had begun to leak. Both front fendershad dents, and the rear quarter has taken a light hit. He makes sure to mention that all of these were parking lot incidents, and were not his fault. Ed pulled the motor with the intentionto re-seal and re install. As with many people Ed was a busy guy, and the time never came to re install the motor. The mustang sat in his yard for 30 years. Ed met Eric in 2014 as a happencircumstancethey began to talk cars, motorcycles, and all things motorized. A friendshipbegan. They talked of the Mustang, but it would be three years later when the sale would be consummated.
In March of 2017 the Mustang was a bit taken apart when Eric had it brought to his home in Phoenix. It was not rusted, but showed signof its previouslife with a kid having fun. The decision to what to do with it next is an interesting one. Eric is a guy used to modern high end cars. A classic Mustang was a bit out or Character. He could build an EleanorClone, or create a modern masterpiecewith a fuel injected modern motorand drive train. What he did was a true testamentto being a car guy. To honor his friend Ed he used his money to make the car exactly as Ed purchased it. Over one year, and $125,000 plus dollars later Ed was brought to tears when he saw his car returnedback to its former glory. In my discussion with Ed he said he would love the car back, but it no longer fits his life, and he is now a truck guy. He was thrilled to get to see it and drive it again. He could not believethat his friend Eric would allow him this opportunity. For Erich it was a labor of love, but now its time to move on.
I specialize in marketing special cars, and this maybe one of the most special. This will not be a cheap bargain Mustang. I encourage any interested parties to call me. I am happy to give you any details as well as discussprice. I have a Google Album for the restoration, documentation, and completed car. There are videos of it running also. I will need an email address to send these to you. I can be reached at 602-908-9267.

On Nov-27-18 at 08:17:54 PST, seller added the following information:

Thank you for all of the phone calls yesterday. I was shocked how many people reached out in the forst 24 hours. I always learn a great deal about a car from the potential buyers. A few items to note:
A buyer notated that he thought this was a very rare car due to having power brakes.
I was asked about the sheet metal, and was it original. As previously noted there were some small parking lot hits. During the restoration the drivers front fender was replaced. The original fender goes with the car if the buyer would like it.
The front floor pans were both replaced due to some very small pin hols that had formed. In my Google Album I show pics of the original floors as well as the new ones. The holes are really too small to be seen in the pics, and most people would have left them. Elliot with Desert Classic Mustang felt it better to replace, the workmanship on the floor pans is excellent. If someone would like to see for themselves I am happy to make the car available for inspection.

On Nov-27-18 at 18:44:38 PST, seller added the following information:

I have been asked about the block, and its originality. I am sorry i thought I covered it in my lengthy description but as I read I did not., The block is NOT original. It was blown in the 70. A serious buyer would be able to talk to the original owner and he can tell the story. The block that is in i, as luck would have it, is period correct and date code correct, but it only luck. Ed just wanted his Mustang on the road. It has now been built to original specs.