1967 Ford Mustang GT Fastback 5-Speed Restomod
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Final bid:$61,250
Categories: Non-Porsche
Auction type: ReserveSold
24 bids

Vehicle Details


  • Year: 1967
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Mustang
  • VIN: 7F02S122210
  • Mileage: 1,772mi (TMU)
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Title Status: Clean
  • Color: Gunmetal Grey
  • Seller Type: Private Party
  • Location: North Salt Lake, UT 84054
  • Lot #: V-0030275

The Mustang received its first major redesign for the 1967 model year which included a larger overall design to accommodate big-block V8 engines. Additionally, the high-performance 289 option was replaced by the newer 390 c.i. version from the Ford Thunderbird. This 1968 S-Code fastback comes finished in Gunmetal Grey over a Deluxe black leather interior. Acquired by the seller 22 years ago, it has since undergone a decade-long full nut and bolt restoration including many desirable upgrades. It features a rebuilt 390 c.i. V8 engine paired with a Tremec 5-speed manual transmission, a 9” Currie rear end, coilover suspension, a modern aluminum radiator, modern air conditioning, power rack and pinion steering, a custom interior, and more. It is now being offered for auction by its seller out of Utah having been driven under 2k miles since the restoration.

For the 1967 visual rework, the Mustang received larger overall dimensions, concave taillights, side scoops, chrome side ornamentation, square rear-view mirrors, a new gas cap, and wheel options. This example was originally finished in Wimbledon White and during its restoration, it was media blasted on a rotisserie, rust was corrected and it was refinished in Gunmetal Grey. The seller states that the finish shows a few minor imperfections from normal road use and has provided a collection of images that can be found in the gallery. Details include black rocker-panel stripes, chrome-finished bumpers, GT badging, dual exhaust outlets, and a set of 17” Halibrand-style American Racing wheels. The wheels are dressed in a set of Cooper Zeon RS3-R tires.

The cabin has been fitted with front seats sourced from a 1970 Mach 1 upgraded with a TMI bolstering kit and custom upholstered in Deluxe black leather. Black carpets line the floors and aluminum trim accents the center console, door panels, and dashboard. Details include a center console, a modern air conditioning system, a tilt steering column, roll-up windows, and an upgraded sound system with a vintage-style radio head unit and hidden speakers. The windshield was recently removed and reinstalled for an improved seal and a new chrome kit has yet to be installed. The seller confirms that all gauges, electronics, and accessories remain functional.

Power comes from a 6.4L 390 c.i. V8 engine which produced up to 320 HP and 427 lb-ft of torque when new. The engine was rebuilt during the restoration and has been fitted with an aluminum intake manifold, modern fuel injection, all-new internals, an aluminum radiator, a new engine management system, and a custom exhaust system. The rear wheels are driven by way of an upgraded 5-speed Tremec transmission and a 9” Currie rear with 3.89 gears. The suspension has been upgraded with coil overs from Total Control Products while stopping power comes from upgraded modern power disc brakes. The steering was upgraded with a power rack and pinion system from Flaming River. The seller notes that the car has received annual service since the completion of its restoration.

This sale will include two keys and a clean title. 

 
 

The seller would like you to know: "Full restoration that took over a decade with no expense spared. I have owned this car for 22 years and built the car with advice taken from our local Mustang community as well as my Dad, who is a knowledgable Mustang owner.

Auction Results

  • Sold for: $61,250
  • Auction End: Jun 08, 2023 07:17:57PM UTC
  • Number of Bids: 24
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Comments (38)

  • krobsklassics 11 months, 3 weeksago

    Sold for $61,250

  • 1ncecoupe (registered bidder) 11 months, 3 weeksago

    guess you are taking it home, I am out of pennies

  • krobsklassics 11 months, 3 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $61,250

  • 1ncecoupe 11 months, 3 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $61,000

  • krobsklassics 11 months, 3 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $60,500

  • 1ncecoupe 11 months, 3 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $60,000

  • krobsklassics 11 months, 3 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $59,500

  • 1ncecoupe 11 months, 3 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $59,000

  • krobsklassics 11 months, 3 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $57,500

  • krobsklassics (registered bidder) 11 months, 3 weeksago

    Reserve off??

  • Outerfrank 11 months, 3 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $57,000

  • 1ncecoupe 11 months, 3 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $56,500

  • Trez63 (registered bidder) 11 months, 3 weeksago

    This is such an awesome restomod. I'm not in the market for something like this now, but it's tempting for sure. Great work! I'm sure it was a labor of love.

  • krobsklassics 11 months, 3 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $56,000

  • Outerfrank 11 months, 3 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $55,000

  • 1ncecoupe 11 months, 3 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $54,000

  • krobsklassics 11 months, 3 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $53,250

  • 1ncecoupe 11 months, 3 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $53,000

  • krobsklassics 11 months, 3 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $52,250

  • 1ncecoupe 11 months, 3 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $52,000

  • krobsklassics 11 months, 3 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $50,250

  • 1ncecoupe 11 months, 3 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $50,000

  • krobsklassics 11 months, 3 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $48,000

  • 1ncecoupe 11 months, 3 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $47,000

  • krobsklassics 11 months, 3 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $46,000

  • mojout (seller) 11 months, 3 weeksago

    Final 30 minutes. You likely noticed I laid out the receipts of the build. Every part and labor hour is documented. The restoration shop was meticulous.
    Even with a 2004-2011 labor rate in the low $30 per hour there are more than $100K in restoration receipts here. Building it now would likely be much higher.
    Happy bidding! Happy to see this amazing restomod go to its new caretaker. Thanks!

  • Dcs-27 11 months, 3 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $45,000

  • krobsklassics 11 months, 3 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $41,000

  • mojout (seller) 11 months, 3 weeksago

    Additional content has been added to the gallery for this listing.

  • mojout (seller) 11 months, 3 weeksago

    Final day on the auction. Last weekend I took the Mustang on a long 100 mile drive to make sure everything was great for the new driver. Dropped it off at the shop and had them go through everything. It is ready to go and be driven, now has just under 1900 miles on everything. The car drives and sounds amazing!
    Please ask any questions you may have. Thanks!

  • Dcs-27 11 months, 3 weeksago

    Bid in the amount of $40,000

  • mojout (seller) 11 months, 3 weeksago

    @70gt500 solid points all around. Have had the complete front trim pieces but the local Mustang restoration shop that I trust hasn’t been able to get to this small job.
    Will reach out again Monday to see if they can fit it in.

  • 70gt500 (registered bidder) 11 months, 4 weeksago

    The missing trim pieces around both the front and rear windows are easily attained. It certainly would help finish off the car. I have an S code 68 and I always thought the one thing it wants is a five speed for when I’m on the highway. I definitely like the fact that you didn’t make it an Eleanor out of it. I’ll watch to see where this one goes

  • Damaho912 11 months, 4 weeksago

    Oh my! This baby is ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS! So much better than the Eleanor clones out there. I’ve been looking for THE car from the year of my birth. This would be THAT car, if only my pockets were THAT deep! 😩

  • mojout (seller) 11 months, 4 weeksago

    Additional content has been added to the gallery for this listing.

  • mojout (seller) 11 months, 4 weeksago

    Welcome to my auction for my iconic 1967 Mustang Fastback S Code GT original manual transmission car. Looking forward to telling its story and engaging with all of you to make sure your questions are answered.
    The process of building the car was a collaboration with many enthusiasts and mechanics who have worked on the Mustangs over the decades. The goal was to not mess with any of the positives of the car but build it using all the knowledge and efforts of the many companies and experts that have made the driving and owning experience more enjoyable.
    Please ask any questions and let me know how I can make the process enjoyable with as few unknowns as possible. Will be hard to see it go but I hope to find someone who can enjoy it as much as my family has over the years. Thank you.

  • mojout (seller) 11 months, 4 weeksago

    @TheGuesser yes great point. I will do that today with better lighting. Any other areas please let me know.

  • TheGuesser (registered bidder) 12 monthsago

    Thanks for posting. Will you be adding any undercarriage pictures to the gallery?

1967 Ford Mustang GT Fastback 5-Speed Restomod
Final bid: $61,250 Sold
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