1967 Ford Mustang Fastback (LHD)
|Body Work||Fastback Coupe|
Ford's legendary Mustang is an automotive dynasty spanning an extraordinary five decades of continuous production, with no end in sight for the original - and best - Pony Car. First seen in late 1964, the Mustang was soon breaking all sales records, with production surpassing a million units by 1966. Having left the Mustang largely unchanged for the first couple of years, Ford decided it was time for a revamp in 1967, thanks in part to new challengers like Chevrolet's Camaro and the Pontiac Firebird. The look for 1967 was bigger all round - longer, wider and with more interior space and revised styling front and rear, but was still instantly recognisable as a Mustang. Inside, the dashboard was redesigned and a fold-down rear seat added to increase luggage space in the fastback model. The range of options was further extended, with a wider choice of engines (from the base six-cylinder through to the 289-cid V8 in various states of tune and - for the first time - the availability of a 390-cid big-bock V8) and several transmissions. Once again, the Mustang was available in three equally attractive body styles, the convertible, notchback coupe and fastback. One of the more sought after options was the GT Equipment Group (any automatic GT was now badged GTA), a package that included power front disc brakes, dual exhausts (with chrome quad outlets) and grille-mounted fog lamps. A fantastic choice for the classic car buyer wanting a good looking, affordable slice of American muscle, the Mustang remains a perennial favourite.