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  1. Build Forum
    Hello everyone, I met my neighbor on the easement road on Friday and asked if he was ever going to do anything with a '67 Fastback Mustang that has been in his shop for over ten years. Now that he is in his eighties, he said he was thinking of selling it. After a somewhat brief discussion with...
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    I'm a high school differential equations student and we have a project where we model a vertical force on a car suspension from a car chase scene. My group decided to do the car chase from Gone in 60 Seconds, so I was wondering if anyone on here might know the spring rate and damping rate for...
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    Alrighty, so I have a 1967 Mustang C code GT Fastback that came from Ken O' Keefe Ford in Louisville, Kentucky. I have found it insanely difficult to find any information on this dealership, but here is what I have found. Prior to the O' Keefe name the dealership was Thurston Cooke Ford during...
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    Hello everyone, This is my first post here. I’m looking to get my first Mustang, and looking to get some dumb questions answered. TIA. I’m exclusively looking for a 67-68 Fastback. I’ve been reading a lot of threads here to learn more about what I should be looking out for. There are not a...
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    Sold new to my aunt from Rosen Novak Auto in Denver, CO. It was repainted in the 70s and matched as close as they could at the time, as well as changed to metallic. Original paint can still be found. No special badges even in pictures before the re-paint, not a High Country. The closest I have...
  6. New Member Introductions
    Hey guys, Always been a fan of vintage Mustangs, in particular the '67 fastback, but am definitely a novice when it comes to what to look for as far as condition/ fatal flaws on the car. I'm looking at purchasing what appears to be an excellent (but not quite mint) condition '67 s-code. Any...
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    I have been having a hard time figuring out the proper date range for finding a 390 to go back in my 1967 Mustang GT S code. I have read and heard the proper block code is anywhere from 2 weeks to 6 weeks before the production date of the car. Is that correct? My cars production date is May 22nd...
  8. Want Ads
    Hey Folks, in need of a torsion rod for the trunk of a 67 fastback. thank you
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