In 1967, Ford's Mustang saw its first major redesign. For the first time since its launch, the car faced some serious competition. This resulted in Ford evaluating the Mustang's strengths and weaknesses. In addition to the Pontiac's Firebird, Mercury's Cougar, and Plymouth's Barracuda, Chevrolet had plans to roll out their new Chevy Camaro muscle car. This resulted in Ford duking it out with its competition by creating a more muscular and powerful Ford Mustang.

Of note, 1967 was the last year F-O-R-D block lettering appeared across the front edge of classic Mustangs. This feature would not return until 1974. It would also be the last Mustang to feature the 289 Hi-Po Engine.

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The 1967 Mustang sitting in front of the shop's state-of-the-art paint booth, as it first arrived.


This beautiful classic 1967 Mustang Convertible needed a little makeover. Our paint and body shop experts were happy to oblige.


Some minor body work was necessary before sanding & painting the entire body.


The '67 Mustang is shown here before any work was done, with its original red color.

One of the Mustang's door panels was slightly crushed, so our shop didn't take any chances on getting the job done exactly right; our body shop experts hand-hammered out the dents to make sure this Mustang will leave the shop in full wild horse glory.

After the primer and paint are applied, our paint experts finished the job with premium clear coat, buff and polish of the body.

The end result is a unique & luxurious white color, with a very slight difference from the typical stock factory color Mustang typically used for this make and model year. 


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