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    1967 Ford Mustang Convertible

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    Vehicle to be offered for Auction sale WITHOUT RESERVE and SOLD to the highest bidder August 13th – 15th, 2015 at Russo and Steele’s 15th Annual Monterey California Auction. Please contact us for more information.

    One of the rarest Mustangs ever made, this one-of-a-kind 1967 Mustang GT Convertible is equipped with a Factory K-Code 289, 4-speed, Deluxe Interior, and finished in stunning “Triple Black” a real beauty.

    The car’s history is outlined in the accompanying Marti Report which shows that it was delivered new to an executive at the Philco-Ford HQ. This stunning car stayed with that executive until it was purchased by the current owner several years ago.

    It just underwent a 3-year, complete nut-and-bolt rotisserie restoration, with no expense spared.

    During the restoration process, the vehicle’s original parts were retained and restored where possible or replaced with NOS equivalents as required. If a restored original part was unavailable, the best-quality aftermarket part was used. Given this method of restoration, the car retains most of it original factory parts including the complete serialized driveline, from air cleaner to rear end. All three VINs are present including the original door VIN plate. The few aftermarket parts that were used include a floor section and the footboard/firewall panel.

    Historical data on the 1967 Ford Mustang K-Code Convertible indicates that there were 50 made, 34 of those 50 were 4-speeds, 2 of those 34 were Triple Black, and one had the Deluxe interior, making this a one-of-a-kind example.

    With the help of the team of professionals at Sacramento Mustang, as well as Paul George from Mustang Magic and Brian Lee from Classic MotorSports, this beautiful classic Mustang is presented for the first time to the general public. This really is a museum piece (although it is a kick to drive) and will only increase in value with time.



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