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Awesome Fresh Build! 347ci Stroker V8, 5 Spd Manual, A/C, PS/B, 4 Whl Discs, Wow

Make: Ford
Model: Mustang
SubModel: Convertible Restomod
Type: Convertible
Trim: Convertible Restomod
Year: 1967
Mileage: 318
VIN: 7F03C159113
Color: Gray
Engine: 347 Stroker V8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Local pick-up only

1967 Ford Mustang Convertible Restomod Additional Info:

In a world filled with restored Mustangs, this stunning 1967 convertible restomod stands out with an awesome GT touring look, a top that goes down, and all the details done right. It was treated to a very fresh (finished just 318 miles ago) professional build that includes stunning gray paint, a slick air-conditioned black interior, and a thumping 347 stroker V8 crate motor backed by a Tremec 5-speed manual gearbox. $88k was the price tag for the entire build (and we have the receipts!), and that didn't even include the price of the actual car, which means not a single detail was overlooked. Yeah, this one's every bit as dialed-in as it looks.
This Pepper Gray Metallic attack craft started out like most Mustangs and lived a long, happy life of leisure, so when the pros at Mark's House of Hot Rods stripped it to a bare shell for the build, they had a very solid foundation from which to work. First, the body was smoothed and prepped for paint, knowing that the paint on this droptop needed to be applied to a laser-straight canvas. Then, the whole body was coated in that deep, glossy dark gray finish that was applied so nicely you can see yourself in the quarter panels and fenders. Two-stage urethane paint gives it that forever shine and lots of careful assembly means it fits together beautifully. Black stripes were added and the buried under the clear and look quite slick on the early Mustang, and you'll note things like a tight-fitting flush hood, the sharp profile C-creases that run from fender to quarter panel, and that gorgeous rear end with chrome trim on the taillights. Chrome bumpers went on and glitter against the gray paint, as does the beautifully polished chrome and brightwork around the windshield and grille. There's also a '67-spec Pony grille up front, complete with a set of GT fog lights, a set of bright trim on the rockers, GT badges on the fenders, and a GT gas cap out back that provides the perfect end cap.
The interior is pure Mustang with very few deviations from stock. Black seat covers are new, and the freshening also includes new carpets and a brightly finished dash that looks great. A wood-rimmed steering wheel warms it up a bit, but it still looks pretty minimalist industrial with an 8-ball-topped 5-speed shifter but no console. The instrument panel is in great shape, filled with high-end Dakota Digital gauges inside, and a powerful A/C system was integrated into the dash and is powered by modern hardware working behind the scenes. The original radio is gone, replaced by a retro-style AM/FM/AUX stereo head unit and it sounds great thanks to layers of sound deadening insulation on the floors and a big JL Audio subwoofer in the trunk. The black canvas convertible top is also brand new and stows easily behind the rear seat, and the fully-carpeted trunk shows off clean inner panels without any stories.
Open that hood and you're treated to a stout 347 cubic inch Stroker V8 crate motor that was built for power but remains docile enough to drive every day. Installed in 2018 and only 318 miles ago (still has break-in fluids inside!), it features all the standard go-fast parts, from aluminum heads, a Holley 4-barrel carburetor, and a Ford Front-Runner serpentine belt system, to a giant aluminum radiator up front that keeps the whole show running cool, this is one ferocious small block. It's neatly dressed in chrome valve covers and a matching oval air cleaner, plus fresh paint on the block itself, and beautifully dusted inner fenders and firewall. Almost everything under the hood is new, including the alternator, A/C compressor, HEI ignition, and power steering and power brake system, and you can see that there isn't much time on the setup at all. A Tremec TKO600 5-speed manual transmission is assisted by all new components, while the Ford 9-inch rear end hangs on Strange axles with 3.73 posi-traction gears inside. All the shocks, bushings, and sway bars are new, and the floor pans are practically nice enough to eat off of. Big disc brakes are installed at every corner, so stopping power is impressive, and it sits on those gorgeous Halibrand-style American Racing VR421 wheels with staggered 225/45/17 front and 245/45/17 rear performance radials that help set the killer stance of this droptop.
This fully-restored Mustang is reliable, fun, and happily trundles around town using pump gas and looks like a million bucks. Fortunately, the price is quite a bit less than that, so if you want to stand out, perhaps this beautiful ragtop is the way to go. Call now!