1967 Ford Mustang – Today’s Tempter

By: Alex Affat, Unique Cars magazine

1967 Ford Mustang Tempter 1967 Ford Mustang Tempter

Rust-free and mostly original – this could be the ideal weekend classic

The Ford Mustang ostensibly remains the perennial classic, instantly recognisable to those with even the most passing interest in cars.

If Ford’s Model T made the motorcar mainstream, the Mustang again took personal sports motoring and made it both attainable and desirable.

In its first day of sale, 22,000 orders were famously made with 400,000 sold in its first year!

Vehicle architecture remains simple, and with so many produced (as well as unrivalled aftermarket support) – Mustang ownership should offer trouble-free maintenance for long into the future.

They’re aplenty in Australia too, so if you’re after a neat weekend classic – they’re a safe and smart place to start looking.

Like this San Jose-built 1967 ‘Stang which caught our eye on the classifieds recently.

It’s fitted with the 289ci Windsor V8 and C4 three-speed auto, and presents rust free and largely original.

It still bears drum brakes all round, and comes with power steering and air-conditioning. Inside, it’s got seats from a 1968 car with headrests, centre console and is finished with Magnum 500 wheels, turn signal hood and a period-looking aftermarket radio with aux plug for your phone.

It’s priced at $37,500 and is based in Melbourne.

You can check out the full listing here!                       


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