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1967 Mustang Convertible

Up for sale is my pony that I have owned for the last 29 years. She was a project car when I found her (a graduation gift) and I have either replace or rebuilt everything on her. I have taken her to numerous car shows and she has won trophies - even a best of show. She was in Mustang Monthly back in 1996.

For the drivetrain, the 302 engine has less than 700 miles on her. The block is a '71 Mexican 302 block. The pistons and crank were replaced and rods reconditioned. I installed reconditioned early 351W heads and a Ford Motorsport cam shaft. It has a F4B intake with Holley carb. It has 289 hypo style exhaust manifolds. The radiator is the big block style with matching fan shroud, fan and fan clutch. The trans is a rebuilt C4 with larger 1-2 servo and shift kit. The rear axle is from a Lincoln Versialles (yes, 4 wheel disc) and the 3.50 posi is housed in a nodular or N case. The trans and 3rd member have about 4,500 miles on them.

The suspension and steering has been either completely replace or rebuilt.

This pony has lots of options including fog light, power disc brakes, power steering, power top, pop open gas cap, reat panel grilles, in-dash tack, in-dash clock, in-dash air, console, convenience group, tilt/swing away steering column (it works! I posted a YouTube video of it), deluxe steering wheel, deluxe seat belts, comfortweave seats, deluxe door panels, and lower door grills with lights. Also installed are sequential turn signals, remote trunk lock, Shelby style side scopes, pony floor matts, a Shelby T shifter handle, ram air shaker, California Speical style hood pins, and lots of chrome and aircraft braided lines. I also install mahagony wood panels on the dash, console, and door panels. They are only clear coated and match the maroon/parchment interior. The top is new and parchment in color.

The frame is rock solid. I replaced the inner rockers, torque boxes and floor pans.

Please either email me at [email protected] or call 765-477-6588 if you have any questions or would like more pictures. I'm asking $26,500.

Thank you for your interest,
Doug

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