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1967 Mustang For Sale
If you have found a 1967 Mustang for sale, you have stumbled upon the first majorly redesigned Mustang. As compared to the previous models, the 1967 Mustang fastback was longer and wider. However, the wheel base was retained at 108 inches. The overall look of the car was changed, and so began the country’s obsession with muscle cars!
Changes to the Car in 1967
The grille opening in the 1967 Mustang was made larger and more prominent in order to give the car a mean and lean look. The concave rear taillight panel and rear panel scoops further intensified this image. The fastback was pulled to reach all the way to the rear of the car’s trunk. There were many first’s when it came to the 1967 Mustang for sale. It was the first car to use a dual hydraulic system. The car was reshaped to make it wider with a better front suspension to ensure that the drive would remain smooth yet powerful.
As compared to the earlier Mustangs, the 1967 saw the addition of a new engine which was known as the first Mustang Big Block. The 390 cubic inches engine was rated at 320 bhp and had a dual exhaust system. This was also the last model year to host the 289 Hi-Po engine. The tail lights on the 1967 Mustang fastback are larger, the overall car is 2 inches longer and 2.5 inches wider in the front track. The 3 gills that used to be seen next to the headlights in previous Mustangs were banished when the 1967 was created.
Some Terrific Additions
The 2+2 1967 Mustang fastback model boasted of a few other changes too. Along with a noticeably longer roofline, the car had a ribbed rear panel and owners had the option of ordering chrome bezels on the panel. You could also add the GT package to the 1967 Mustang fastback. This package included side stripes, a dual exhaust, a hood with two recesses (additional), and driving lamps.
The 1967 Mustangs look similar to the 1968 models but there are a few ways to distinguish one from the other. If you are trying to figure out if you’ve found a 1967 Mustang fastback for sale, you ought to check the lettering on the front edge. The 1967 Mustang was the last one to host the FORD lettering in block font. This feature only returned much later in 1974. Overall reviews of the 1967 Mustang fastback show that it was considered an improvement over the previous models of the car.Click Here For Ford Boss 302