1967 Ford Mustang GT Data Sheet

1967 Ford Mustang GT Data Sheet

Maufacturer: Ford Motor Company

Model: Mustang

Year: 1967

Style: Fastback

Factory Options: GT, Challenger 289 4v, 4 Speed, 3:00 to 1 open Rear Axle. Original paint and interior, original documents, Window Sticker, Build Sheet, Warranty Card and Owners Manual.

Modifications: EXTERIOR - Black stripes, Crager SST Wheels, Hood Scoop and hood locks. INTERIOR - Tachometer and Hurst shifter. ENGINE - Cobra Package ( Dual four intake Valve covers
Air cleaner, Oil pan) 2 Carter competition 500 Carbs, Crane Cam, Roller rockers, Screw in studs and 202 Intake and 196 Exhaust valves.

Engine Compartment painted to match the exterior color.
DRIVE TRAIN - Nine Inch rear end, 4.11:1 gears and 31
Spline axles and Traction bars.

Color: Lime Gold.

BIRTH DATE: December 22, 1966

BIRTHPLACE: Metuchen, New Jersey, USA

PARENT(S): Stephen Brand - May1990- to present



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