No Reserve S Code! 1967 Ford Mustang GT

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The pictures are horrible and the car itself is in need of a total restoration, but a no reserve listing for a numbers-matching S Code Mustang coupe is worth a look any day of the week. In this era of Barrett-Jackson, it’s refreshing to see a good baseline for a project listed as-is and with no illusions as to the fact that the market will tell us what a car in this condition is worth. Find the Mustang here on eBay with the auction wrapping up shortly.

Bidding is currently just over $3K, so it still looks like a good opportunity for a buyer to get in cheaply enough to bring this car back to life without taking a bath. The seller says it’s been sitting since 1983, and that the records accompanying the car seem to suggest the mileage of 88,207 is accurate. Paint code is noted as Candy Red with a black interior.

The numbers-matching 390 is a treat, and quite unexpected in a car that’s seen some alterations in its day. The primered front fenders would make it seem likely a front-end accident occurred, and more often than not, the motor suffers enough damage to justify ripping it out. The seller claims the motor runs well with good oil pressure.

Again, pictures are poor and it’s hard to get a clear sense of anything, but it does look like the stock interior remains in place. The transmission is noted as a C6 automatic, and options include power steering and power disc brakes. Some good spares are also included with the sale, including new floor pans, two extra set of doors, a new fuel tank and sending unit, and a new GT grille, lights, and switch. For the current bid amount, it’s hard to see how you could go wrong on a find like this.

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  1. Gaspumpchas

    Not sure if its just bad placement, but what ever is sitting on the cowl plenum would scare the bejeezus out of me, cowl rusted thru? Looks like some rot underneath and there’s carbuncle in front of the LR tire. Needs a good luck at the underbelly, being Near Vegas might be better in the rustang dept. price seems good for a big block car, too bad its not a 4 speed. Anyhoo, good luck to the new owner!!

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    • CCFisher

      The only surfaces inside the cowl of an early Mustang that were painted were those that got a dusting of overspray through the vent slots. After 50+ years, even cars in dry climates can have rust issues in the cowl. This allows water to leak into the interior and rust the floors. This car either has a leaking cowl, or the owner is taking precautions to prevent leakage.

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  2. MorganW Morgan Winter

    Nice to see this…looks like a reasonable project at what should be a fair market price.

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