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post #1 of 6 Old 05-05-2006, 10:17 AM Thread Starter
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'67 Mustang Convertible for sale

hi All

i'm helping my sister-in-law sell her '67 Mustang convertible.
i am not too knowledgle about Mustangs as I have Corvettes as my "toys" but this is a really nice car. If I could afford it i'd buy it from her myself since it would be nice to add a convertible to the collection

i'll get more info and more pictures of the car added to my website by next week as she is bringing the car over here to leave with me to help sell it.

The only pics I have so far are ones she emailed me this morning and I just put up on my site HERE

I BELIEVE, but will find out for sure in a few days, that it's the original 289 V8 motor and auto trans. Do Mustangs have a derivitive of the car's VIN # on the motor block and trans like Vettes do to check to see if they are the original "numbers matching" parts?

the car was restored before they bought it in 2003. it has approx 95,000 miles on it total but during the restoration I believe the motor was also completely rebuilt. Again, I'll find out all the details in the next couple of days and post them up.

i drove the car once myself last year and it runs PERFECT and the paint, bodywork, and interior are basically flawless.

I'll take more pictures once i get the car here to my house and get detailed pics of everything including the underside, interior, and engine bay plus the VIN#, pics of the VIN tag, etc.

Perhaps some of you will be able to help me decipher the car's "numbers" once I get them so that I know exactly what it is i'm dealing with.

She already sold the other two Mustangs ( a '67 Coupe and a '68 Fastback) and I know she is looking to get approx $22,000 - $23,000 for this car. Is that about right valuewise for a car like this?

thanks for all your help and i'll post back with more details as I get it

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Early fords did not have vin numbers stamped on the blocks. You usually go by the car build date and the engine codes to match them up. The link is not working for me. As far as Value goes it is what ever someone is willing to pay. Have you decoded the Vin or Data Plate? If I wanted that kind of $$$$ for the car I would obtain a Marti Report to find the production numbers. Are the Vin Numbers still on the Fender Aprons?

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hi Blueoval

sorry, i didn't realize there was a problem with the site but i believe i have it fixed now and the link in my prior post should be working now.

I don't have the car here yet - probably sometime later this week and once it's here I'll get all the numbers off it and hopefully you Mustang experts will help me decode them.

How do I get one of those "Marti Reports"?
I assune they are build sheets of the options and motor the car originally had from the factory based on the VIN number?

Once I get the car here I'll check for the VIN #'s on the fender aprons. Would you happen to have a pic showing exactly where I look for that? Sorry, other than appreciating the classic looks of older 'Stangs i know nothing about them so I know nothing about where the numbers are suppose to be etc.
I figured I'd have to look the car over thoroughly and grab off every different number i found and list the number from the location I found it and hope it was enough to have you guys help me decode what I have to work with.

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I have the car here at my house now and here are the pictures of the car on my website '67 Mustang

included in the pictures are pictures of the numbers tags i've found on the car and what I've been able to decode off them.

car is the correct exterior and interior colors, correct motor, tranny, intake, carb.

Power steering, Power Brakes, auto tranny, 289 motor, power conv. top, "decor interior".

paint is EXCELLENT and only a few years old, interior is in very good condition, conv top looks perfect and seems to be fairly new also.

brand new battery and brakes

Car looks great and runs great!

If you are interested and require any additional pictures of a specific area of the car I'll do my best to take them for you.

Asking $22.5K.

car is in Delaware
I can be contacted by email
Email is: [email protected]
(sorry about the email address name )

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