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1967 Ford Mustang User Reviews

1967 Ford Mustang Review Ratings

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  • Performance:4.2 out of 5 stars4.2 out of 5 stars4.2 out of 5 stars4.2 out of 5 stars4.2 out of 5 stars 4.2 / 5
  • Appearance:4.4 out of 5 stars4.4 out of 5 stars4.4 out of 5 stars4.4 out of 5 stars4.4 out of 5 stars 4.4 / 5
  • Build Quality:4.3 out of 5 stars4.3 out of 5 stars4.3 out of 5 stars4.3 out of 5 stars4.3 out of 5 stars 4.3 / 5
  • Overall: 4.8 out of 5 stars4.8 out of 5 stars4.8 out of 5 stars4.8 out of 5 stars4.8 out of 5 stars 4.8 / 5

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PROS
"power" 25 reviews
"ride" 19 reviews
"beautiful car" 8 reviews
"speed" 5 reviews
"sound" 5 reviews
CONS
"fuel economy" 10 reviews
"power" 7 reviews
"high maintenance" 5 reviews
"handling" 4 reviews
"brakes" 2 reviews

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Displaying 61 - 68 of 68 1967 Ford Mustang reviews.

Bob writes:
1967 Ford Mustang GT Fastback Review
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Cool looking, love those old fastbacks

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Old technology and a little clunky

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Not For Daily Driving; Mostly For Show And Sunny Afternoons. — These cars are so old, that they are not that fun to drive. However, I am in the process of adding some modern amenities to remedy this situation. One thing is for sure, whenever I take it out on a drive, it does turn heads.

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Bob writes:
1967 Ford Mustang Coupe Review
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5

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Power and looks!

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Wasn't very good in the rain

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First Muscle Car I Bought! — What else can I say? 67 Mustangs are great! I had a 351 Windsor in mine and it hauled arse!

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Andy writes:
1967 Ford Mustang Coupe Review
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female attention factor, self esteem booster. and everything else

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not one thing

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My Baby Girl Blue! — my first car, love her, and i'm not letting her go for anything, searchin for a new motor for her though. i'll find one, i'm looking at 302's or 429's. wanna drop a v8 see what she can really do.

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CLASSIC_AUTOWORX writes:
1967 Ford Mustang Coupe Review
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Overall fun to own and drive, strong aftermarket and restoration parts industry, many different models and engine choices...something for everyone. Visually stunning.

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In stock trim, wasn't as powerful as what other car makers had on the market. With a big block, the car didn't handle well as the weight distribution was poor and even with the GT package, the springs choices were weak and were more geared to comfort unless one purchased the Competition Handling Package, which is more rare than a Shelby GT350 or GT500.

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A Fantastic Driving Experience, Unlike Any Other — In 1967 Ford built argueably the most beautiful cars ever produced, the 1967 Mustang. Today, through movies such as Gone in 60 Seconds and televised auto auctions like Barrett-Jackson, the '67 Fastback has become one of the most sought after Muscle Cars of all time... but it wasn't always that way. The coupe outsold the fastback in 1967 by a landslide. I'm not exactly sure why, though one could speculate that it had something to do with the fact that the coupe was lighter and more nimble, especially when equipped with a 289 V8 small block. But for those searching for brutish torque and straight line performance, the Big Block 390GT engine was offered for the first time in the Mustang. It was the first time that the Mustang was considered a Muscle Car, no longer the little "Pony Car". The GTA option was also offered, which didn't officially last past 1967. Grand Touring Automatic was what it stood for, but the GT option with an automatic transmission was offered two years before and continued to be offered through 1969, just dropping the "A" at the end of the emblem. I am the proud owner of a 1967 Mustang 390 GTA coupe. It's a fantastic driving experience. To hear the rumble of the factory GT exhaust, feel the power of the 390GT engine on a straightaway, to understand the significance of such cars in the place of automoive history, really makes the car a joy to own and drive. We also own a '67 coupe powered by a 289 and it also is a wonderful and reliable car. We take long road trips in it and always have a wonderful time. The mustang is a comfortable, nimble and overall fun to drive car. Which is why the love affair with the Mustang continues today.

Owner for 20 years, 0 months

Miles Driven per Year:14,000

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gtadroptop writes:
1967 Ford Mustang Convertible Review
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5

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Power, appearance

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Reliability, handling, maintenance cost, etc.

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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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Matthew writes:
1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Review
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5

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It's a classic!

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Can't seem to make the tyre last...

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Breathtaking — Performance: The Accelerstion is amazing thanks to the supercharger and aftermarket gotech fuel management system. Build Quality: Perfect, no repairs, EVER. Appearance: Electric Metallic Blue with pearl white racing stripes. Cost Of Ownership: More than i have..... Fun Factor 20/10. The most awesome feeling to stomp on the gas and destroy the rubber.

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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Evan writes:
1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Review
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3

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Sound, appearance

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I cant believe I'm going to say this but: too much power for this vehicle.

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Eleanor... Maybe, Muscle Car... Definately. — This vehicle started life as a regular 1967 Mustang fastback with a 289. It came into the shop as a Eleanor recreation. The old 289 and automatic transmission had been removed and in its place was a 429 mated to a Tremec 5 spd transmission. At idle this car was loud enough to shake the pictures off the wall in our waiting room. It had the body kit and pepper gray paint from the movie... it was almost identical to the car in the movie. The owner of this monster had installed a custom racing suspension kit, Willwood brakes, a custom built 9in out back and various other doodads including a reverse camera. This car could have been built alot better though if it had been done by someone who knew what they were doing. We had to repair alot of the mistakes that had been made during assembly.

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2014 Ford Mustang Reviews

2014 Mustang Pony Edition - Ruby Red By Raymond

When I saw this car at the dealer I just had to have it. The Colour, the style, the leather interior, the drive , the power - It's a great car - what can I say, I always liked the old style Mustang... Read More

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2013 Ford Mustang Reviews

Quality 4 Seat Convertible For A Reasonable Price By Jiminnorthport

I like the looks with the top down. It has a serious blind spot when the top is up. The interior is cheap plastic and has numerous rattles from the interior. So far(18000 miles) maintenance has been r... Read More

My 2013 Stang By akjsales8

Love this car. It came fully loaded with every option, Nav, heated seats, 6 speed automatic, premium sound system, performance handling package, and lot's more. Added the spoiler, side scoops, new s... Read More

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2012 Ford Mustang Reviews

Sweet Ride By Tony_2014

The car rides so smooth that I frequently find myself well over the speed limit. I don't mind going fast but I really need to watch my speed before I get a huge ticket. I've the car for three years an... Read More

Fun By Tony_2014

Love the car but it doesn't fit my lifestyle. Great on gas, lots of power, looks sharp, fare price. I would buy another one as a second vehicle. Great car overall, be careful if you have a heavy foot,... Read More

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2011 Ford Mustang Reviews

Freedom Behind The Wheel! By MLW

The only thing that I would have liked added would have been heated seats. But then again in South GA there really isn't a need for that. Other than that though, I wouldn't change a single thing about... Read More

Gt/cs By audioi

It's a great car that everyone loves, gets lots of attention and a fantastic value and after seeing the 2015 I am sure that this body style will be the most favorite of all the mustang's made. The Sh... Read More

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2010 Ford Mustang Reviews

Excellent Car With More Bang For Your Buck By mustang305

Owning this car has been my best choice i've ever made. This car is very sporty with good MPG and a great looking vehicle overall. Wether it be with the top up or top down or driving to work or to the... Read More

A Very Good Car. By occur45

I like the way this Mustang is put together. The last GT Convertible I owned was the 1995 model. This is night and day difference. The car seems alot heavier but more powerful in comparison to the ... Read More

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