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Good news this past week. The car has been sent out to the body and panel guys for the last bit of work before the long task of putting her together begins. So that means all the smaller jobs need starting, one of which is restoring the old seats. As you can see the original seats aren’t in the best of shape. The frames were bent and broken possibly due to a heavy previous owner perhaps?. So we’ve stripped them all, straightened the frames and welded up the cracks. Once we strip the rear seats they will go off to the powder coaters to get recoated, along with the Diff housing and a few other bits and pieces that need doing. All the tracks will need to be cleaned up as well and painted. Some of the bolts are a bit cross threaded so we’ll replace them and get them recoated as well. After all that we have some nice brand new deluxe upholstery to cover them all. It’s all happening! © 2018, 67mustangblog.com. All rights reserved.

There are a fair number of remote control Ford Mustangs on the market, like this 2014 Mustang RTR from HPI, but the latest one from Vaterra will have doing your best Bullitt chase reenactment. The …

We almost missed this stunning 1967 Mustang Fastback at SEMA as it was hiding outside of the Las Vegas Convention Center tucked away under the Magnaflow tent, but we’re glad we got to see it. …

You might recognize this bright green 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback as we wrote it about earlier this summer after it debuted at the Goodguys 16th PPG Nationals where it won the Builders Choice award. Thankfully …

If you’re in the market for a Pro-Touring Mustang, then look no further than this pristine 1967 Fastback that’s currently up for grabs on eBay. Offered by RK Motors in Charlotte, NC, this custom Mustang …

People either seem to love or hate the idea of restomods, but regardless how you feel it’s hard not to appreciate the craftsmanship that went into this custom 1967 Ford Mustang. Built by The RestoMod …

The Drive Network’s “Big Muscle” takes a look at a different muscle car every week, and in currently in the spotlight is this 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback owned by Greg Smith. This isn’t your typical ’67 Mustang, as Smith has converted it to a full drag setup complete with a 393 Windsor stroker motor, 8-point roll cage, Currie 9-inch rear end with 4.10 gears, B&M ratchet shifter and 15-inch Fenton drag wheels with Mickey Thompson drag slicks out back and skinnies up front. The car is capable of 11.4 second …

There are few SEMA projects that have made an impression on us as much as Classic Design Concepts’ 1967 Flashback Mustang. The stunning fastback debuted in Las Vegas in 2007, taking home Ford’s Best of Show and Outstanding Achievement in Design. Starting with a Dynacorn steel body, CDC stuffed the car with modern tech like a Shelby GT500′s supercharged 5.4-liter V8, Tremec 6-speed transmission, custom four-link rear suspension, 9-inch rear end, Wilwood brakes and more. The interior is just as impressive, featuring a vintage look combined with modern conveniences like …

Just about every type of Mustang is up for auction here at Barrett-Jackson, as evidenced by this incredible 1967 ford Mustang Fastback. Built by Hot Rod Joe’s Rod & Custom in Lafayette, Louisiana, the car has been featured in Modified Mustangs & Fords and Popular Hot Rodding and has won numerous awards including the Mother’s Shine Award and Ford Design Award at SEMA. The Mustang features a full chassis from Scott’s Hot Rod, a supercharged 4.6-liter Cobra V8, 6-speed transmission, Ford 9-inch rear end and a custom-built exterior and interior. …

Earlier this week Microsoft officially unveiled “Project Detroit,” a 2012 Mustang converted to 1967 bodywork created to inspire developers to think about building apps and automotive technologies of the future. The car was built in cooperation with West Coast Customs of Corona, CA as part of their television series, Inside West Coast Customs.
Connected-device scenarios featured in the car incorporate Kinect for Xbox 360, Xbox 360, the Windows operating system, Windows Phone, Windows Azure, Bing, Ford Sync and more. Project Detroit can be remotely located, unlocked and …

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