1967 Ford Mustang 2+2 Fastback Restomod For Sale

1967 Ford Mustang 2+2 Fastback Restomod for sale on ebay and Streetside Classics, Classified ad price:US $299,995

DESCRIPTION
COYOTE 5.0, 6 SPEED TREMEC, P7 CHASSIS, AMAZING BUILD, DRIVE OR SHOW ANYWHERE!!!

The problem with many vintage restomods is that even though they look awesome, a lot of them still drive like old cars. That’s a challenge ably solved by this STUNNING 1967 Ford Mustang 2+2 Fastback Restomod. It combines outstanding Shelby looks with a host of expertly selected upgrades and performance specs that make it an absolute blast to drive. Bar none, this unreal Mustang Restomod – with its transformed body, custom chassis/suspension, virtually flawless paint, bespoke interior, and whiplash-inducing 5.0L Coyote V8/6-speed drivetrain – is the most jaw-dropping Mustang we’ve ever written about. If you want the best vintage Mustang on the market, stop looking, this is it.

You’ll find a sizable legion of Mustang fans who believe that the 1st-gen fastbacks are the best-looking classic cars, period. Furthermore, many argue that the mysterious ‘Eleanor Mustang’ is the greatest looking Mustang of all time. A peculiar claim, not because we necessarily disagree, only that the Eleanors aren’t technically ‘real’ Mustangs. They were never Ford production cars, and the famous Eleanor is not a classic at all, but rather a modern follow-up to the original 1971 ‘Eleanor’ used in the 1971 Gone in 60 Seconds movie. When the film was re-made its star was a ‘new’ Eleanor – and even though the movie was hardly memorable, the leading-role car was burned into the minds of fans and inspired builds everywhere. The reason this restomod is so darn special is because it’s not a copy of another Eleanor, but instead uses styling inspirations from that famous car and turns everything up to ’11’. The direct result of a two-year, nut-and-bolt restoration, there’s not a single piece that wasn’t professionally restored, with a Ring Brothers carbon fiber front valance, mesh grilles, a Shelby-style hood, aggressive side vents, billet mirrors and door handles, hand-formed ground effects, and Shelby-inspired rear clip with a faired-in spoiler were all put together with an expert’s touch. Even with that amazing body kit, the off-the-charts curb appeal starts and finishes with the unreal House of Kolors Randy Apple Red paint job. Taken down to metal, the bodywork was set laser-straight and smoothed like a baby’s bottom and then multi-layered with that near-flawless finish. The bumpers were color-matched for a uniform look, custom GT550SC rocker stripes dress up the flanks, all the trim was powdercoated dark bronze, and the Hot Chocolate stripes that run down the center were painted to the same show-quality standard as the rest of the car, outlined in white so they really POP. Modern materials vastly out-shine anything from the ’60s and even with 2,117 miles on the build this Mustang is still center-fold ready. Even though it’s graced the pages of magazines, won prestigious awards, and been showcased at several high-end exhibitions, this Mustang Fastback wasn’t engineered just to be another pretty girl we all gawk at. From the moment the first bolt went on this restomod, it was destined to be driven and enjoyed – whether it be on a Power Tour or lazy Sunday morning, and that’s what makes it so incredibly cool. If you want to go dominate SEMA, hop in, because this beauty will drive you there and back.

The custom Stephens Brothers interior is an absolute stunner – an exemplary upgrade on the vintage Mustang cabin with a host of impressive features throughout. Luxurious Old Bronze and Pretzel leather hides with GT40-inspired rivets and were spread taut over the sporty buckets up front, the folding bench in the rear, and matching door panels at the flanks. A Mustangs-to-Fear roll bar and three-point seatbelts keep the driver in place, with hands firmly gripping the Billet Specialties leather-wrapped steering wheel and Hurst 6-speed shifter. Beyond the tilt wheel is a reworked dash bezel filled with Dakota Digital HDX instruments that keep an accurate eye on the monster under the hood, and the racing pedals down below simply refuse to be treated gently. A custom center console splits the buckets and houses switches for the power windows and other auxiliary controls, cup holders, and a Kenwood multi-media touchscreen that powers the kickin’ stereo inside. You also get a back-up camera, LED lighting, ice-cold A/C, and the concert-ready stereo system is highlighted by a pair of subwoofers built into a custom panel behind the seats, leaving just enough room in the trunk for more trophies.

A Gen 2 Coyote 5.0L V8 monster lives under the hood, built for power but still manageable enough to drive regularly. Pro-built to eat asphalt faster than an industrial grader, it’s fed 94+ octane through a Holley EFI system, inhales through an aggressive Borla 8-stack injection system, and exhales through a set of Stainless Works headers that link into an H-pipe dual exhaust system with throaty Magnaflow mufflers that alert the neighbors of your arrival.

FEATURES

  • Coil-Over Suspension
  • Seatbelts (Front)
  • Back-Up Camera
  • Power Windows
  • Power Steering
  • Fuel Injection
  • Four Wheel Disc Brakes
  • Vinyl Interior
  • Tilt Wheel
  • Heat
  • Air Conditioning
  • Defrost
  • iPod Compatible
  • Bluetooth Radio
  • AM/FM Radio

Source : ebay and Streetside Classics