1967 Mustang GT350 Fastback: To Flag Or Not…


This supposed Mustang GT350 is listed here on craigslist in Buffalo, New York but the car is in Cape Cod. They’re asking is $135,000. It’s at best a condition 4 car and they’ve provided no information except to claim it’s a numbers matching car.

Here’s a nice GT350 listed on Hemmings for $85,000. this looks like a more promising, and cheaper, place to start a restoration.

They have provided three fuzzy little pictures. Sooooo, does anyone really believe there really is a numbers matching GT350 in the barn? If it is for real, is there any way it could be worth $135,000? Perhaps someone who’s tired of sending his money to Nigerian princes will send this guy a deposit.


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  1. Tom Stewart

    They deleted it already.

  2. randy

    The lights in the grill are not the same as the other pic you posted. An Imposter?

    • Telly

      Randy, Ford initially put the driving lights close together in the center of the grill, but the government deemed them “unsafe”, and so Ford located them at the edges of the grill midway through the production year. Good eye!

      • MacVaugh

        @Telly, those are headlights. The US and many other governments require your headlights to be out near the outer edge of the car, so when you meet oncoming traffic at night, you have an idea where the car’s edges are. With those center mounted, it creates uncertainty. This is accentuated when a single light fails.

      • Joe

        Also, closer lights give the impression that the car is further away than it is physically. As the physical distance of a car increases the visual angle created by the 2 lights decreases. So, any decrease in the actual space between headlights will give the false impression that the car is further away.

      • Rspcharger Rspcharger

        Ok, then explain Jeeps.

  3. Ian C.

    They deleted the post on craigslist. Also, They don’t give the year it’s from. it also look to be a GT500, not a GT350, from ’67. The one from Hemmings is beautiful though, wish I had the money.

    • Telly

      Oh, it’s a ’67. The hood scoop is in the middle of the hood on the ’67, while the scoop is closer to the front of the hood for ’68. Also, the only exterior differences between the GT350 and the GT500 are the emblems and the bottom stripes.

      • al8apex

        an additional exterior difference are the side marker lights all 68 and later cars had …

      • Telly

        Yea, al8apex, ’68 was the year that all cars had the side marker lights…that and the vent window was the only way to tell a ’67 and ’68 Camaro apart

  4. randy

    Thanks guys, I come here to learn and share some old times.

  5. piper62j

    How do you spell “S-C-A-M”? IMHO

    • Telly

      What scam? If you are talking about the price of this GT350, I could almost relate. What is the SCAM you refer to?

      • Rocco

        Car in different location, minimum info, etc.?

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