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Henry writes:
1967 Ford Mustang Fastback Review
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Timelessly beautiful car

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Engine/tranny problems

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'67 Mustang Fastback — Likes: --Beautiful interior/exterior design --smooth auto transmission --great visibility --Wildly exciting acceleration --great sounding Camaro exhaust --fun to drive --cool, folding rear seats Dislikes: --lots of engine, suspension problems, mostly due to misuse, lack of care by previous owner.

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Alan writes:
1967 Ford Mustang Coupe Review
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Shes a project car that is so close to being done.

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there are some things she needs before she is show room worthy

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She Gets A Bunch Of Looks And Compliments — my mustang is 67 coupe and it was manufactured in new jersey and brought to California. It was originally a v6 but converted it to a 289 v8. The undercarriage is in amazing shape and so is the motor but it does over heat but I have a list of things that the motor needs for it to help with the over heating. Clean title. 302 heads and a c4 tranny. It's not the original engine I purchased this engine about a year ago it had barley been rebuilt when I bought it, it's .40 over so it still has another life left. Everything under the hood is new, valve covers, new distributor, aluminum radiator, eldbrock intake and carb too, The odometer doesn't work if I had to assume how many miles it has I'd say 3k I might even be exaggerating its lower I only took it out every other weekend for a cruise it's garage kept. The car is painted black it was supposed to be flat black but came out almost with a gloss like color. Body is straight it was blocked when painted. it's still a project car but it runs.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

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Sean writes:
1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Review
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Its a GT500E.... need i say more!

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If your not a real man you better stay away, she might bit.

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The Bottom Line Would Half To Be Atleast 50,000. Not Even A Joke. — OH BABY! this car was made by God himself (aka Shelby Corbra) its performance is just beyond amazing. It pushes a V8 so it gets off the line in no time. Is fitted with a corba engine kicking atleast 500 hp. its a balst to go fast in. Since its rear wheel drive its smoth aroung the corners. hasnt needed any repairs, just improvements and upgrades. This hotass has a slick gloss gray paint job with black racing strips. the milage isnt the best, but what do you expect from a car made in the 60's. its just an American classic. Beautiful, fast, fun, powerful, slick, and pretty much perfect! You can have your foreign motors, ill take the American classic anyday of the week.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

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rwebb writes:
1967 Ford Mustang Coupe Review
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The styling of the car is timeless.  Ford really got this series of cars right

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Parts are becoming expensive

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Great Car — The car performs well when in a stock configuration. It originally had a 289 cu in v8 with auto trans when delivered in 67. I replace the engine with a computer controlled 5.0 ltr fuel injected engine out of a 90 model mustang GT. This engine swap really made this little car come alive. The performance was awesome; but had some trouble keeping the rear tires hooked up when accelerated hard. The engine mod removed all the stalling issues associated with stock fuel & engine management systems on the 67.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

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arlene writes:
1967 Ford Mustang Coupe Review
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Love love love this car, what a fun ride!High performance289 Shelby Motor  Cobra heads  

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If you dislike attention, don't buy this car...If you don't like a car that rumbles, don't buy this one...Could use a 9' inch posi rear end w/ disc brakes..

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Hot Rod Everybody Gives A Thumbs Up On Feel The Itch To Hit The Gas Pedal . — Edelbrock 750 CFM Dual QuadsCrane Roller rockers lifters and cam, Lunati Pro Mod Rods, Mallory ignition & coil, Protorque starter Cobra 10 qt. pan 351 cobra jet 14 1/4" flywheel , 11' Centerforce clutch Hydroformed scattershield, T 10 top loader tranny

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1967 Ford Mustang Convertible Review
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Power, appearance

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Mid-life Crisis — This car was resurrected from a Florida boneyard 12 years ago. After a great deal of cash, blood, sweat, tears, and more than a few curse words - it lives again. 1967 was the first year the Mustang was redesigned. It was lengthed and widened specifically to fit a big block engine. The 390 was the first to be dropped into these cars, followed by the 427,428, and 429 in the years that followed. This car has the 390 with a FoMoCo aluminum tripower intake and three Holley two barrel mechanically engaged carbs, power front disc brakes, power steering, and the turn signal hood. Handling is phenominal - in a straight line. With that big chunk of iron under the hood, cornering and stopping are challenging. Reliability and gas mileage are both wishful dreams, but that's the nature of these beasts. It's a head turner. Expect to spend a great deal of time at the pumps. Almost every time, someone will wander over with a story about theirs or their parents old Mustang/Camaro/whatever. That's what these cars are all about - enjoyment and camaraderie.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

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1967 Ford Mustang Coupe Review
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everything

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absolutely nothing

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Awesome — the 1967 ford mustang was by far one of the greatest cars ever made, with all the option from power to luxury in the 60's, they were completely personal to you. i am proud to have a piece of car history like this

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

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Charlie writes:
1967 Ford Mustang GT Fastback Review
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the noise of the v8

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the seats

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The Gt390 — its brilliant in every way the 390 bhp 5.2 litre v8 pulls like a trian the best american ever made it is one of the all time greats it may not be the best look car but its still a beautiful looking car that is the end of my review

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line

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Gas consume

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Mustang For Passion — Best car ever!!! There are cars and there are mustangs.... If you don't own a mustang then you have not lived! Mustang are not made for ride, they are build to live dreams, in other words, the word mustang means dreaming awake!

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

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Duane writes:
1967 Ford Mustang Coupe Review
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Fast and kicks off the line.

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eats gas

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Nice Ride — Nice and quick how the mustang was ment to be driven yet not beaten up and not put in a garage not to be driven.

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This is an awesome car to drive. It looks awesome and runs great! I spend about 4 hours a month cleaning and hand buffing my car to get an awesome mirror like shine. The only modification that I have ... Read More

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