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    1967 Ford Mustang Retractable Hardtop Custom

    Consignment #: 5306 Sign In to View Price


    Vehicle to be offered for Auction sale January 27th – 31st, 2016 at Russo and Steele’s 16th Annual Scottsdale Arizona Auction. Please contact us for more information.

    This is the ONLY 1967 Retractable-Hardtop Mustang using the design of Ford’s Ben Smith, who designed the famous Skyliner. The original idea was pitched to the Ford Team in the early 60s to launch in 1967. The car is mint, as new, and drives like a dream with negligible use since it was built. The hardtop is fiberglass (suede lined) and attaches simply in the “up” position with 4 latches. To take the top down, you simply unlock the trunk, unlatch the 4 retractable top latches and the top folds neatly into the trunk. Looking amazing with the top up or top down, the Mustang also features custom PPG/Vibrance paint that is simply incredible in the sunshine. Over $110K invested. Car also offers : Ford Racing Performance 302 w/340 hp, equipped with Hedman coated shorty headers, Edelbrock aluminum manifold & heads, Edelbrock Performer Intake, and 500 CFM carburetor. Performance serpentine system, Griffen Rad, Ford Racing Tremec T5 5-speed HD transmission, aluminum driveshaft, FRPP King Cobra clutch, limited-slip 8” 4-spider rear end, 28-spline; 1310 U-joint, Steeroids rack & pinion steering (power), power brakes and rear discs, in-dash air, Flaming River tilt steering column with Grant Collector wheel, power windows and locks, Dakota Digital dash, custom interior with driver power seat and lighting, Kenwood custom stereo/GPS with Bluetooth, Shelby style hood. Undercarriage is like new, Foose rims 17 x 9, dual exhaust, Grab-A-Track front & rear performance suspension kit. Always garaged. Not a manufacturer-issued Vehicle Identification Number (VIN). Car is sold with Arizona Title – VIN (CA970716) This vehicle might not be eligible for registration in California.



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