Join Date: Jun 2009
Location: Southeastern Pennsylvania
The car has a marti report and it shows GT. also has clean VIN on the inner fender.
Car has disk brakes.
Naturally. It's a GT.
Could a GT390 be ordered with hub caps?
The vast, huge, wide, overwhelming majority of 67's had wheelcovers. Styled wheels were very very very very rare. What you see a shows is a) Lotsa repro wheels b) Original wheels live forever even when the car is totalled. Your looking a most of the wheels that ever were, on 1/10 as many cars as there once were.
Maybe I've seen too many "restored cars" to realize they could be ordered any old way. The car has the alloy trim on the rear but nothing on the arches.
All 67-68 fastbacks had the trunk lid moulding, even no-option 6 cylinder cars.
Has the trim below the doors on the rockers but no turn signal hood.
The rocker panel moulding was a common option. The turn signal hood, not so common. Part of the exterior trim option, as I recall.
Car is an original owner car and looks quite solid.
Unusual in a GT. Most of these were owned by teenagers at some point in the 70's and 80's.
Interior has had new seat covers but they are cream with a darker brown center with some sort of embossing? They are not comfort weave as far as I can tell
Sounds non-stock, or badly weathered. Comfortweave came only black or parchment in 67. The center panels were woven vinyl. You could tell, even if you've never seen it.
Car does not appear messed with. Has the spare, jack and even the caps on the rear taillight bolts.
Nice to find an unmolested GT.
California emissions from what I can tell.
That would mean it has a Thermactor (smog) pump.
Optional, on any Mustang
Optional, on any V8. Many GT's did not have it.
Impossible. The tach option included the clock. Someone removed it.
no deluxe interior
Pretty rare, even on the GT.
Part of the GT.
Amateur restorer. Well, sometimes I have been paid for it. But not right now.
Last edited by 22GT; 02-23-2013 at 06:18 PM.