Barn Fresh: 1967 Ford Mustang Coupe

One thing is for sure, this Canadian Mustang is right out of the barn! It’s a 6 cylinder car with rust issues, which is a bit of a bummer. With a $2,000 (Canadian dollars?) asking price, it might be worth picking up to restore or just as a parts donor for a more solid chassis. The seller doesn’t offer much in the way of information or details, but you can find it here on Kijiji in Oakbank, Manitoba. Special thanks to Pugsy for this tip!

If you are going to get a 6 cylinder Mustang, 1967 is a good year to get. The 200 cui inline 6 became the base engine and the 3-speed saw a number of improvements. The body was also redesigned and was slightly larger overall. It’s still a great looking machine with the same styling as earlier cars, just with more space.

It’s hard to tell just how bad the rust issues are between the dirt and angles of the photos. To really know for sure if this one is worth buying, you’ll want to take a look at it or have it inspected. It appears to be fairly complete so hopefully there are enough good bits left to be worth buying, even if it’s just as a parts car.

Few cars are as iconic as the Mustang. Just about everyone of us has some type of story related to one of these cars. It’s not surprising given just how much fun they are to drive. This one might not be worth saving, but it’s definitely worth a look. If the seller is open to offers, you might be able to get it cheap enough to fix up or to part out. So, what do you think of this Pony? Is it worth saving?

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Comments

  1. Scott

    Pretty rough; I have a ’67 coupe with a 289 minus all the rust. This is a parts car.

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    • Jerry Brentnell

      I had a short lived girlfriend that had on of these piles of junk! she could never drive it any place with out having it towed home a royal lemon car you name it there was something wrong with it! she tried to sucker me into fixing for her! no soap!!! I hate fords will never own one mustangs are nothing but rust buckets! and I told her to get lost!

    • Tom S.

      Yeah, parts car. The glass looks OK.

  2. Jack Quantrill

    Northern weather is tough on cars. From afar, it still looks good!

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  3. Little_Cars Saul Member

    I believe we are looking at the ground underneath what is left of the floor in the rear footwells, with a sizeable hole near the transmission tunnel. And, why is there a chain visible on the engine photo? Did someone abort a V8 transplant years ago? Front fender is rusted through. Shock tower on the passenger side looks like it might be about to give up the ghost. Why someone would pull on the front and rear valance to move the car is evidence the car has been manhandled but not driven much in decades.

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  4. John Parker

    What is that chain holding down, that monster 6 banger???

    Like 1

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