Investing in Muscle: The $200K Attention to Details Restored 1967 Mustang Fastback 640HP
In the world of classic American muscle cars, few names hold as much sway as the Ford Mustang. First introduced in 1964, the Mustang quickly became an icon of American automotive design, capturing the hearts and minds of car enthusiasts around the world. And while the Mustang has gone through many changes and iterations over the years, there’s nothing quite like the classic ’67 Mustang Fastback. What makes this particular Mustang Fastback so special, however, isn’t just its classic design or its pedigree as a muscle car.
Starting with the incredible Kandy Brandywine paint job, beautiful Eleanor body kit and smokin’ hot Billet Specialties rims you already know this 1967 Ford Mustang is built with a lot of attention to details.
*Inside things looks as beautiful as the exterior of this extremely well restored Eleanor Mustang. The Deluxe interior is a perfect mixture of new and vintage style components. Comfortable seats with the Carroll Shelby signature and awesome set of unique aftermarket gauges makes it look even more stylish.
Under the hood sits a masterpiece, which will get any gearhead excited. The 427 cubic inch V8 has been stroked to 498, dressed with the best goodies available to kick in 640 horses and 615 pounds of torque.
All of this power is sent to the rear wheels via a four-speed manual transmission, which allows the driver to fully control the car’s power output. And speaking of the rear wheels, this Mustang’s massive 20-inch tires provide ample grip and traction, ensuring that all of that power can be put to the ground effectively.
The car has already been sold.