1967 Ford Mustang Coupe (LHD)
|Colour||Dark Moss Green|
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. And with Ford all set to bring the current model to Australia in the not too distant future, interest in the original Mustang is stronger than ever. Unveiled to a rapturous reception late in 1964, Ford's new personal sports car was soon breaking all sales records, with production surpassing a million units by 1966. With new challengers on the horizon, particularly Chevrolet's Camaro, the Mustang underwent a major revamp for 1967 and the look was bigger all round - longer, wider and with more interior space and revised styling front and rear, but still instantly recognisable as a Mustang. Once again, the Mustang was available in three equally attractive body styles, the convertible, notchback coupe and fastback. Inside the dashboard was redesigned and a fold-down rear seat added to increase luggage space in the fastback model. The extensive options list grew even longer in 1967, with one of the most popular being the GT Equipment Group (with all automatic GT now badged GTA), a package that included power front disc brakes, dual exhausts (with chrome quad outlets) and grille-mounted fog lamps. The choice of drivetrains was further extended as well, with engines ranging 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. A fantastic choice for the classic car buyer wanting a good looking, affordable slice of American muscle, the Mustang remains a perennial favourite.