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Unread 04-22-2004   #1 (permalink)
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Cool 1967 Ford fastback whats it worth??

Hey, wanting to know if someone could help me with what a 1967 Mustang Fastback 2+2 is worth. It has 75000 orginal miles 302 motor 3 spd on floor with factory air, the car is 95% restored only thing left is interior. Their asking 7500.00. Is this a car someone could make some money finishing and selling?? Tks for all the help.
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I think the first year for the 302 was 68. Check into it...
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Hello.That isn't the the original motor,but,unless it's a 'K' code that doesn't really matter much on the value.Since it has the wrong motor,check the vin and see what it came with originally.If the interior is all there but is hideous and the car isn't an original 6cyl car you could probably make a couple of bucks on it if you do most of the work yourself.Hope that helps.
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Being a fastback is what makes it worth something right now. Check it over for rust and see if you can find any. Thats expensive to repair if you cant do it yourself. The inside will cost around a $1,000 to redo everything. Just finished redoing the inside of mine in Dec. The 302 was a 68 model motor. The 289 would have been the small V8 for 67. If the rest of the car is perfect, paint, glass, chrome, weatherstrip and drives ok. Then thats not to bad of a price. I see coupes here going for $3500 that need complete redoing.
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We paid $5k for ours 10 yrs ago. It does need some work but it was worth it.
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Hmmm, I thought the 302 was introduce late 67 as they ran short of 289s. Some 289s used 302 blocks but some mustangs actually were built with 302s.
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Hmmm, I thought the 302 was introduce late 67 as they ran short of 289s. Some 289s used 302 blocks but some mustangs actually were built with 302s.
Maybe?? Here's what I found.

Facts below were gathered from the Mustang Red Book by Peter C. Sessler, and an actual Dealer Sales Brochure (picture above).

Production Figures:
65A 2dr Hardtop - 325,853
65B 2dr Hardtop luxury - 22,228
65C 2dr Hardtop bench seats - 8,190
63A 2dr Fastback - 53,651
63B 2dr Fastback luxury - 17,391
76A Convertible - 38,751
76B Convertible luxury - 4,848
76C Convertible bench seats - 1,209
Total: 472,121


Serial Numbers:
7R01C100001
7 - Last digit of model year
R - Assembly plant (F-Dearborn, R-San Jose, T-Metuchen)
01 - Plate code for 2dr hardtop (02-fastback, 03-convertible)
C - Engine code
100001 - Consecutive unit number

Location:
Stamped on driver's side inner fender panel, at notch between shock tower and radiator support; warranty plate is riveted on rear face of driver's door.

Engine Codes:
T - 200 ci 1V 6 cyl 120 hp
C - 289 ci 2V V-8 200 hp
A - 289 ci 4V V-8 225 hp
K - 289 ci 4V V-8 271 hp
S - 390 ci 4V V-8 320 hp

Approximate Weights:
Mustang Hardtop, 2,695 lb. (Six), 2,885 lb. (V-8); Mustang Fastback 2+2, 2,725 lb (Six), 2,915 lb. (V-8); Mustang Convertible, 2,855 lb. (Six), 3,045 lb (V-8).

Dimensions & Capacities:
Length 183.6" width 70.9";height: hardtop 51.6", fastback 51.8", convertible 51.6"; wheelbase 108"; treads 58"; trunk luggage volume (cu.ft.): hardtop 9.2, convertible 7.7 (top down), fastback 5.1 (18.5 with optional rear seat folded down); fuel 17 gal.

Exterior Colors:
A - Raven Black
B - Frost Turquoise
D - Acapulco Blue
F - Arcadian Blue
H - Diamond Green
I - Lime Gold
K - Nightmist White
M - Wimbledon White
N - Diamond Blue
Q - Brittany Blue
S - Dusk Rose
T - Candyapple Red
V - Burnt Amber
W - Clearwater Aqua
X - Vintage Burgundy
Y - Dark moss Green
Z - Sauterne Gold
4 - Silver Frost
6 - Pebble Beige
8 - Springtime Yellow Interior Trim Colors:
2A - Black
2B - Blue
2D - Red
2F - Saddle
2G - Ivy Gold
2K - Aqua
2U - Parchment
6A - Black, luxury
6B - Blue, luxury
6D - Red, luxury
6F - Saddle, luxury
6G - Ivy Gold, luxury
6K - Aqua, luxury
6U - Parchment, luxury
4A - Black, bench seat
4U - Parchment, bench seat
7A - Black comfortweave
7U - Parchment comfortweave
5A - Black comfortweave, luxury
5U - Parchment comfortweave, luxury
Convertible Top Colors:
Black or White
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Thanks for all the info, I went back to look at the car today, It was a 289 not a 302, I bought it for 7400.00. I just need to redo the interior, the factory air is working and the car runs out well. Any one know what the car should be worth completed??
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I sold my non running low miles 1965 Ford Mustang Fast back for $8,000 it was all original but need some work. $7500 sounds likea great deal. If you don't buy it let me know I have a friend looking for one.
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Dammit, why are all these 67 and 68 Fastbacks popping up after I already bought my 67 Coupe. I want a Fastback!
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