Reluctantly up for sale. My truly unique 67 S-Code four speed coupe- project
1967 Mustang, original S-Code, four speed coupe. Please read.
Car came originally with:
Tilt column-- still present.
AM/FM radio-- I have one on hand.
Both upper and lower consolses, both on hand.
6K tach cluster-- on hand.
Power Disc Brakes
Original motor is gone. However, I am including a rebuilt 428 passenger car motor with this. The motor has aluminum heads. CompCam 280H in the engine, if memory serves me. Engine has been built for a over a year, and I have done a ton of motors since then, so my memory is a bit vague on the cam.
I have the original four speed and bellhousing for the car.
I have a complete new interior for the car. Seats, dash pad, carpet, door panels.
I have most of the deluxe parts. Won't guarantee that I have them all, but I do have some seat backs with chrome trim.
Interestingly, this car is NOT a GT car!
Work already done:
Full, Ford tooling passenger side rear quarter, and trunk floor professionally installed..
Core support in place.
The car needs a driver's side inner fender (metal on hand). And this is the major "problem" if you wish to call it that. The car was in a bumper thumper years ago. That inner fender is crumpled and will need replace-- and the VIN re-stamped because for some reason the factory put the VIN stamp on the inner fender and not the shock tower like normally. The Marti Report people can do this for you, and it is not expensive. You may even have a source for this yourself.
Rest of the body is excellent and rust free- doors and fenders are excellent.
No rust and no panel needs to be replaced that I am aware of.
Turn signal hood
Green with two tone green interior.
According to the Marti report, this car was one of only 330 or so built in 1967 with these options.
Located in Ardmore, Ok.
Asking $27,500. (I don't have to sell. It ain't eating anything, but I just had my 69 Mach 1, R-Code painted, and I want to concentrate on that before I get too old!). I will consider serious cash offers, but no low ball nonsense.
I will post some pics later. If you have seen-- sure you have!-- how hot the FE coupes are getting, just consider how truly unique and rare this car is. An investment worth the time and money for sure!