'67 V8 Mustang Coupe -- Red/Blk: Disc Brake, Susp, & HiPo Upgrades (not running)

Price: US $2,550.00 Item location: Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Mustang
  • Trim: Coupe
  • Year: 1967
  • Mileage: 65,000
  • Color: Red
  • Engine size: 289 upgraded to HiPo specs
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Transmission: 3-speed auto
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Want to buy? Contact seller!
Description:

1967 Ford Mustang


1967 V8 Ford Mustang Coupe – Red with Black Interior

**** Spoiler Alert: Car in not currently running ****

Purchased in 2001 with 63,177 original miles (up to 65,000 now). 289 V8/3-speed auto. Already a great runner, decided to upgrade it to HiPo standards. I had the engine rebuilt .030 overbore with parts to match or exceed HiPo standards. Redid the brakes, pgrading to power brakes. Complete overhaul of suspension with new KYB gas adjustable shocks. Started fixing up the interior. Then ran out of time and soon thereafter, arage space. So now my Mustang is stuck in a (heated) barn 45 min. north of Milwaukee. It’s going to need some work to degunk the motor and get it running (plus new battery and tires). I have receipts for well over $9K in professional mechanical restorations and improvements, lus about $1K in interior parts just waiting to be installed.

Recipe for one awesome '67 Mustang: Degunk, ew battery, e-tire (maybe with a Torque Thrust upgrade to the wheels), nstall interior parts, o some minor rust repair to rockers and floor pans, nd paint to choice (Candy Blue would be awesome!). Already included: Only 68K original miles, iPo-spec engine upgrades, isc brakes, YB suspension, nd a nearly brand-new interior (the seats are in prefect shape).

I'm getting close to talking myself out of even listing this very cool car. I've put $15K+ into it and I don't expect to get anything near that out of it. But, crew it –– if I don't see an offer I like, 'll leave it for a retirement project.

A few more pix, art spreadsheets, nd restoration invoices are available. Serious buyers only, lease!

On Jan-23-16 at 22:11:12 PST, eller added the following information:

1967 V8 Ford Mustang Coupe – Red with Black Interior

**** Spoiler Alert: Car in not currently running ****

Purchased in 2001 with 63,177 original miles (up to 65,000 now). 289 V8/3-speed auto. Already a great runner, decided to upgrade it to HiPo standards. I had the engine rebuilt .030 overbore with parts to match or exceed HiPo standards. Redid the brakes, pgrading to power brakes. Complete overhaul of suspension with new KYB gas adjustable shocks. Started fixing up the interior. Then ran out of time and soon thereafter, arage space. So now my Mustang is stuck in a (heated) barn 45 min. north of Milwaukee. It’s going to need some work to degunk the motor and get it running (plus new battery and tires). I have receipts for well over $9K in professional mechanical restorations and improvements, lus about $1K in interior parts just waiting to be installed.

Recipe for one awesome '67 Mustang: Degunk, ew battery, e-tire (maybe with a Torque Thrust upgrade to the wheels), nstall interior parts, o some minor rust repair to rockers and floor pans, nd paint to choice (Candy Blue would be awesome!). Already included: Only 68K original miles, iPo-spec engine upgrades, ower brakes, YB suspension, nd a nearly brand-new interior (the seats are in perfect shape).

I'm getting close to talking myself out of even listing this very cool car. I've put $15K+ into it and I don't expect to get anything near that out of it. But, crew it –– if I don't see an offer I like, 'll leave it for a retirement project.

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In response to the many emails I've rec'd requesting more info on the extensive mechanical upgrades to this pretty little '67, 've added the following:

Restoration and Performance Upgrades

All work performed by Mustang of Chicago, ov. 2001 to June 2002 (mileage: 63,650).

Summary

–– Power estimated at 300+ HP at flywheel

–– Estimated CR = 10:1

–– Cam specs: intake/exhuast duration = 270°/280° advertised, 04°/214° at .050;

intake/exhuast lift = .280/.295 at cam, 448/.472 at valve

Powertrain Parts

–– Edelbrock Performer 289 4V intake manifold

–– Edelbrock Performer-Plus camshaft and lifters

–– Edelbrock 600 cfm carb with electronic choke

–– Cloyes double-roller timing chain

–– Forged Federal Mogul Sealed Power flat-top pistons

–– Clevite 77 crankshaft main bearings

–– Clevite 77 crankshaft rod bearings

–– ARP rod bolts

–– Melling high-volume oil pump

–– Windage tray

–– Aluminum roller rockers

–– Tri-Y headers

–– 2” dual exhaust with Walker Mini-Turbos

–– Pertonix Ignitor FlameThrower electronic ignition, 0,000 volt coil;

7mm spark plug wires

–– Rebuilt distributor, ater pump, lternator

–– Modine MP2 3-row heavy-duty radiator

–– Flex-a-Lite flex-fan

–– Chrome Monte Carlo bar and black export brace

–– Chrome HiPo-style air cleaner, alve covers, il dipstick, adiator cap

–– B&M shift kit

–– 2500 RPM stall converter

–– Richmond 3.55 ring/pinion gears

–– Auburn Pro Ford 8” posi-traction differential

Machine Shop

–– Hot tank and clean block, rank, ods

–– Bore and hone .030 oversize (makes it a 293 cid)

–– Polish crankshaft/regrind undersize (.010/.010)

–– Balance reciprocating assembly

–– Recondition connecting rods

–– Port and polish heads

–– Install larger valves (1.94 intake and 1.60 exhaust)

–– Install screw-in rocker studs and pushrod guideplates

–– Install hardened pushrods

Brakes & Suspension

–– Power Brakes: New power brake booster/master cylinder; front and rear drums,

shoes, nd cylinders; new axles seals; new front and rear rubber brake hoses;

machine-cut from drum; freshly-painted backing plates and (new) drums

–– Suspension and Handling: Front and rear KYB adjustable gas shocks with

polyurethane mountings; front and rear sway bars; new rear leaf springs;

polyurethane leaf bushings; heavy-duty polyurethane rear shackle kit; new front eye

bolts for leaf springs; polyurethane front coil insulators; new upper and lower control

arms with polyurethane bushings; polyurethane strut rod bushings