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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-05-2016, 10:58 AM Thread Starter
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1967 S Code Dark Moss GTA Loaded Project Fresh Paint

Selling my 1967 GTA S code project. The car was recently painted and the wet sanding and buffing process needs to be completed. All of the body was painted except the hood which still needs to be painted.

1967 S Code Dark Moss GT by mtdubvee | Photobucket

The gaps on this car are almost perfect. All panels line up beautifully. The car is super straight. Underneath and engine bay have already been painted like an eggshell black. Underneath was stripped and cleaned so its very clean and looks great.

Frame rails front and rear are perfect, engine bay looks perfect. The body is very nice.

Floor pans were replaced and done professionally. The front floor supports dont have a dent on them anywhere. A torque box was added to the passenger side.

Car was highly optioned from the factory.

I do not have the original engine or transmission. The original 9" rear with drain plug is under the car.

I have all of the interior for the car including the foldown rear seat and console.

All seats will need covered.

I have the fog light GT grille that came with the yellow tinted fog lights.

The car had the tailight panel louvers which I have. couple tabs broke off of one and only one broke off on another.

I have all of glass.

New interior door panels, I have the gauges.

There are tons of parts. The car is full of parts.

It has a brand new wiring harness in it that still needs to be finished installing.

This is definitely the car that everyone wants. Very nice.

finish wet Sanding and buffing the car and then start putting parts on it. No rust repair or body work needed.

S 390-4V V-8 Engine
63A Mustang 2-Door Fastback
Y Dark Moss Green Paint, Ford #2039-A
2A Black Vinyl Bucket Seats
20C Scheduled for build March 20, 1967
32 Cleveland DSO (District Sales Office)
D 3.25 Limited Slip Rear Axle
U C-6 Select Shift Automatic Transmission
DEALER #: 42A014
Your vehicle was equipped with the following features:
- White Paint Stripes
- GT Equipment Group
- Limited Slip Differential
- Convenience Control Panel
- Courtesy Light Group
- Electric Clock
- F70-14 Wide Oval White Sidewall Nylon Tires
- Lower Back Panel Grille
- Console
- Deluxe Steering Wheel
- Sport Deck Rear Seat
- Power Steering
- AM Radio
- Exterior Decor Group
- Tinted Glass
- Deluxe Seat Belts
Your vehicle was actually produced on March 20, 1967 -- on schedule.


CLEAR TITLE and Original Door Tag. VIN in on apron.

$25,000.00

CALL OR TEXT 304-228-4732

1967 S Code Dark Moss GT by mtdubvee | Photobucket
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 08-03-2016, 01:22 PM Thread Starter
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Open to offers. Motivated Seller. This is a really nice car.

Thanks
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post #3 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-18-2016, 07:53 PM
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alright this may seem like a "in the dark shot" but its worth trying. Would you do $2000 for it? I wanna be able to have one of these beauties before my senior prom, plus my family has classic cars except for me.

If you don't like my offer, please reply with the LOWEST you'd go.
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Car still available?

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Sorry Sold
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post #6 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-23-2017, 02:26 PM
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I just noticed that you're from Beckley. I lived in North Central WV for the last 30 years before I moved to the North Myrtle Beach area. I had Mountain State Mustang that was located in Jane Lew, WV for over 20 years... My daughter lives in Oak Hill...

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