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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 04-15-2018, 01:16 AM Thread Starter
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What’s this 67 mustang worth

Lady doesn’t know very much about it , says it has 6k miles on it , and all original? Not very much info to go off of clearly it’s not all original but wondering ball park figure on what’s it worth if you can get any ideas off these pictures. Going to go look at it tomorrow. Will post updates . Let me know what you think off the pictures too

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post #2 of 18 (permalink) Old 04-15-2018, 08:32 AM
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Great looking car, but it doesn't look like it's on it's 2nd (6K mile) oil change. Maybe 6K miles since a resto? Value is going to depend on taking a closer look at the car.
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You think you could provide some larger photos?
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Better close up pics help. But IF it had 6k orig miles, I would not expect all the mods done to it.
Look at brake and gas pedals for what type of wear. Note if restored, new replacements not gonna be Ford parts.
Giving us your location in your BIO would help a bit as to what type of wear it might have.
Would think it would have orig FoMOCo hoses, things like that. Not one clue gives good answer, need many.
As for cost, depends of things like real mileage on engine and trans, brakes, interior condion, all options work well like heat.

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Decent 67/68 coupes go 12-18k

All condition dependent. I couldn't value a block of gold with those photos. Could be a 7k car, could be a 25k car
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As stated, those pics are very tiny and hard to see.
How familiar are you with Mustangs, do you know where to look for the usual rust areas?

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I think you should have to give a location so we can all bid if we want
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Based on the questions you asked, my advice is to walk away from
this car. Contact the local Mustang club, find the experienced old
guys who prefer the old cars, and the spend some time learning
more before you leap.

To answer your main question...

Decent 67/68 coupes with a V8 and no options run about $8K in
my region of the USA. Decent running I6 cars start at about $7K.
Riskier project cars in primer and maybe missing some parts run
$4K to $6K.

As others have stated, your photos are WAY too small for anyone
to evaluate condition and value. I can't even tell the precise year
from your photos.

If the car runs and drives safely and you don't see tons of obvious
rust underneath, then I'd offer $8K. If the seller had photos which
document a full body restoration proving the car isn't full of bondo
over rust, then I'd probably go $10K to $12K tops. But I wouldn't
go much higher because you're quickly heading into "I coulda had
a fastback" territory.

The car in your photos is clearly a resto-mod. It is not original and
has a lot more than 6K miles on it. No Mustangs from this period
except Shelbys came from the factory with stripes. The wheels are
also clearly modern design. The car has a 65/66 steering wheel
installed in a 67/68 car. Can't say I blame them as both the 67
and 68 steering wheels are considered butt ugly by most people.

Cars claiming such low mileage must include service records from
dealerships over the last 40+ years proving the claims are legit.
Otherwise, don't believe it and assume the odometer has rolled
over at least one. In this case, it's obvious the car has typical
mileage over 100K miles.

Finally, owners of resto-mod Mustang coupes typically invest lots
more money in parts than the car is worth. Then they expect to get
their money back when they sell. Unfortunately, it doesn't work
that way. Resto-mod cars are typically much less valuable than
cars restored to original condition. There are many supply-and-
demand reasons for this and I won't get into them now, but it's a
very safe rule of thumb as a buyer.

The one exception to the resto-mod vs original rule are the
commonplace, no option, under-powered I6 Mustangs. These cars
are perfect hot rod candidates because they are the cheapest cars
to buy in stock form, and you probably won't lose your shirt even
after investing in a new drivetrain, brakes, and suspension. Don't
think for a second you can make a profit, but you probably won't
have to sell the car for 50% of what you invested either.
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sorry guys ill try to get better pictures loaded the site for some reason resized them
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No export brace or Monte Carlo bar
Bolt on pedal covers
Missing radio
Damage left rear quarter ??
Shackles to compensate for worn leaf springs.
Front end is smashed up
Lower radiator hose on drivers side but extremely restricted, car probably overheats
Passenger door looks dented in on inside at top
Random wire running across floor


Honestly, I would probably pass or offer an extremely low offer, like 4-5 tops, and that's if it runs.

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I thought it might look better with bigger photos, but it looks worse. There's no way it has 6000 original miles. The VIN is also very important.
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I use Postimage.org for free picture hosting and DO NOT use the thumbnail option so the pictures come out huge. Even so with those small pictures I agree with the others that this car has been around the block more than a few times and evidently has had a fairly long and interesting life. I'd say 206K miles would be more like it, the odometer only reads up to 99,999 and then it rolls over. Little iffy on the price. Look at the body lines and how doors and things actually fit, not how shiny the paint is. I see a LOT of issues.
I'm not saying don't buy it, it depends on what you want. I definitely would like to see a bit lower price though.
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It's a '67 but with a '68 fronts, side seat latch release started in '68, would not be on a 67.
Looks like a '66 steering wheel on that '67.

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The same items that are attracting you To the car are driving me away.

The paint scheme, rims and rubber look pretty cool, but even back in the 80’s, those mods all brought the price down to me. I didn’t want a modded car, I wanted to start with an unmolested car and mod it myself.

How did your inspection go?

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Looks like an under $10K car to me based on the pics and probably more like $7500 looking at the engine compartment. Only way I could see anymore in that condition is if it was an S or K code car.
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