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Mid-Year Mustang Convertible: 1967 Ford

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Already this month, we’ve featured not one, but two other mid-year Mustang drop-tops similar to this. The first was Jamie’s ‘64.5, the other was a ’65.  The feature car this time, appears to be a 1967. The tip for this car comes from Paul Duffy, one of our most recent Barn Finds subscribers. With the two former posts, there seemed to be several complaints that both of those cars were overpriced. For those of you who asked, we deliver once again. But you may not like this one, so don’t say you weren’t warned. This one is considerably cheaper than those other two, and it’s easy to see why.

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We might have to do some looking before we found a seller who is less involved with his car than this one. It has the three photos shown here, and a fourteen word description. It’s listed on a site called offerupnow.com, and the asking price is $1,000.

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It’s not running, and has no title and no keys. That’s most of the description. Details such as condition of floors and interior are not mentioned, and probably for what the seller may think is good reason. Although there is only one very large hole visible in the body on the side that’s shown, we can see the bulging quarter panel, and lots of flaking red paint. The peeling topcoat reveals a lack of prep work done before whenever this car was painted last. We can see it started out life as a white car, and the six cylinder engine is still in place.

As far as super dirt cheap Mustang convertibles go, this is what a lot of them in this price range look like. It may be little more than a pile of stainless-trim items and convertible-only parts. But I’m sure it’s worth the ask to the right guy. What do you think?


  1. Avatar photo grant

    This is a 68, not a 67. It has side marker lights and the wrong fake scoops on the side.

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  2. Avatar photo William H

    Definitely seen worse for more. Door gap looks pretty even. I went to look at a ’67 a while back. Guy said it had rust but it had so much rust that the body was sagging… so bad that once I got the door open, it wouldn’t close.

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  3. Avatar photo Eric M.

    Exactly what I was thinking. Scoops are a giveaway to a ’68.

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  4. Avatar photo Adam Wright

    If it’s $1000, it’s a cool project. Plenty of guys have far more time and ambition than $$$, dive into a car like this. Even if it never gets finished it probably won’t be worth any less and you will learn alot working on a crap car.

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  5. Avatar photo ydnar

    When it sells for 1K, we’ll see it flipped PDQ.

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  6. Avatar photo Jim

    Great ’68 Shelby GT500KR Conv. clone candidate. Of course, plenty of sheet metal replacement to go first.

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  7. Avatar photo MountainMan

    Easily worth the grand

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  8. Avatar photo piper62j

    There’s a rot hole on top of the left front apron too..

    Is there a portable crusher nearby?

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  9. Avatar photo Metalted

    For a grand. It’s descent.
    I’ve fixed far worse than this.
    I’m in Michigan , and VERY few left that are even able to be winched onto a car hauler, with our ripping it apart.
    For a grand its descent.

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  10. Avatar photo Jubjub

    Deborah Winger “Urban Cowboy”.

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  11. Avatar photo MikeW

    From the fender you can tell it’s been run on salt roads, expect lots of rusty frame rails and like someone else said, be careful opening the doors, it’s likely to collapse in the middle.

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